Corey Brummel-Smith Research Assistant Georgia Tech Center for Relativistic Astrophysics 770 State St. NW Atlanta, GA, 30313, USA


Physics PhD Candidate Georgia Institute of Technology @ Atlanta, Georgia - 2017 to Present PhD Topic: Cosmological Simulations of the First Galaxies and their Observational Signatures PhD Advisor: Dr. John Wise Master of Science Georgia Institute of Technology @ Atlanta, Georgia - 2017 to 2018 Major: Physics Cumulative GPA: 3.66/4.00 Bachelor of Science Florida State University @ Tallahassee, Florida - 2011 to 2017 Major: Physics & Astrophysics Double Minor: Computer Science and Mathematics Cumulative GPA: 3.76/4.00

Work Experience & Research

Graduate Research Assistant Georgia Institute of Technology - May 2018 to Present Investigating supernova induced formation of extremely metal poor stars in 3D radiation hydrodynamics simulations of the early universe. Research Asvisor: Dr. John Wise Kavli Summer Program in Astrophysics Fellow Center for Computational Astrophysics @ Flatiron Institute - Summer 2018 Studying the how active galactic nuclei perturb the intra galactic medium by comparing numerical simulations with Chandra observations. Research Advisors: Dr. Yuan Li and Dr. Daisuke Nagai Collaborator: Dr. Irina Zhuravleva Graduate Teaching Assistant Georgia Institute of Technology - Fall 2017 to May 2018 Recitation TA for Introductory Physics 2211 Undergraduate Research Assistant Florida State University - 2016 to 2017 Studying magnetic field allignment in 3D magnetohydrodynamic simulations of turbulent molecular clouds and its influence on star formation. Research Asvisor: Dr. David Collins


"Nature of AGN Feedback: Testing Numerical Models with Chandra Observations" Center for Computational Astrophysics. New York, NY, August 2018 Kavli Summer Program in Astrophysics
"Magnetic Field Alignment in Simulated Molecular Clouds" Tallahassee, FL, September 2016 President’s Showcase of Undergraduate Research Excellence.

Grants and Scholorships

Presidential Fellowship Fall 2017 to 2019 Georgia Tech Office of the President and the School of Physics, $5,500/yr for two years Florida State University IDEA Grant Summer 2016 Center for Undergraduate Research and Academic Engagement, $4,000 Bright Futures Medallion Scholarship Fall 2011 to Spring 2016 Florida Department of Education, Approximately $9,300


Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society Spring 2017 to Present Invitation to join Sigma Pi Sigma, National Physics Honor Society Spring 2016 Recognition of high scholarship in physics Presidents List Florida State University. Fall 2013, Summer 2014, Spring 2015, Fall 2016 High academic standing, 4.0 GPA Golden Key Honor Society Fall 2014 to Present


Astronomy Club of FSU, Senior Leader 2016 - Founding member of the first astronomy club at FSU - Teaching undergraduates how use telescopes - Giving advice on how to get involved with undergraduate research

Computer Skills