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About Eddie J. Guerra

Active galactic nuclei (AGN) are among the most distant objects observed, and the light we observe from AGN originated billions of years ago. Many advances in cosmology have come from precise measurements of the cosmic microwave background at radio wavelengths. My astronomy research has an observational emphasis, although the motivations arise out of theoretical issues raised in the study of AGN and cosmology. This includes past work in radio interferometry, theoretical studies, and recent work on a program of CCD photometry using the 0.4-meter telescope atop Science Hall.

I have a commitment to diversity in science that includes collaborations with county colleges to recruit Latino students to science programs at Rowan University.

Positions

Present Associate Professor, Physics & Astronomy, Rowan University College of Science & Mathematics
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Education

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Postdoctoral, Princeton University ‐ Physics
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PhD, Princeton University ‐ Physics
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MA, Princeton University ‐ Physics
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BS, University of California, Berkeley ‐ Engineering Physics
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