Jaeyeon Kim

PhD student at Heidelberg University


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About me

I am an IMPRS PhD student at Heidelberg University working with my supervisor Dr. MĂ©lanie Chevance. I am interested in measuring the time-scales of molecular cloud evolution, from cloud assembly, to embedded star formation, and finally to fully revealed HII regions. I do this by using CO, mid-infrared, and Halpha observations, as part of the PHANGS collaboration. Before this, I did my Master's and Bachelor's at Yonsei University in Astronomy Department (South Korea) with Prof. Young-Wook Lee and my thesis was about developing chemical evolution models for globular clusters.

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