Postdoctoral Researcher, School of Physics & Astronomy, Seoul National University
Ph.D. Astrophysical Sciences & Technology 2014 - 2019 Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY
Advisor: Dr. Andrew Robinson
B.S. Astronomy (minor in mathematics) 2010 - 2014 Ohio University, Athens, Ohio
B.A. Political Science 2015 – 2018 I.G.N.O.U, India
Professional Appointments and Teaching experiences
• Postdoctoral Researcher, Seoul National University, South Korea 09/2019 - present • Graduate Research Assistant, Rochester Institute of Technology 09/2015 – 08/2019 • Graduate Teaching Assistant, Rochester Institute of Technology 09/2014 - 05/2015 • Teaching Assistant, Ohio University 08/2011 - 05/2014 • Resident Assistant, Ohio University 08/2011 - 05/2014 • Tutored numerous college and high school students in math and physics 2010 - 2014
Conference Presentations and Posters
• Monsters across the spectrum: Determining star formation rate of AGN from SED analysis, 237th AAS meeting, 2021
• Monsters on the move: A search for supermassive black holes undergoing gravitational recoil, 233rd AAS meeting, Seattle, 2019
• Monsters on the move: A search for supermassive black holes undergoing gravitational recoil, Are AGN Special? Conference, 2018, Durham, U.K.
• Monsters on the move: A search for supermassive black holes undergoing gravitational recoil, 231st AAS meeting, Washington D.C., 2018
• Monsters on the move: Gravitational wave recoiling supermassive black hole candidates, ASNY-NYSS APS meeting, 2017, Union College
• Displaced supermassive black holes in nearby elliptical galaxies: Signposts of gravitational recoil? RIT Graduate Research Symposium, 2017, RIT
• Search for recoiling black holes in nearby early-type galaxies, Hidden Monsters conference, 2016, Dartmouth College
• Search for recoiling black holes in nearby early-type galaxies, RIT Graduate Research Symposium, 2016, RIT
• The Search for Cataclysmic Variables using Pan-STARRS1 data, 223rd AAS meeting, Washington D.C. , 2014
• The Search for Cataclysmic Variables using Pan-STARRS1 data, Pan-STARRS1 Science Consortium Meeting 2013, Taiwan
• The TAIMing of the HLA, Quadrennial Society of Physics Students 2012, Orlando, Florida • The TAIMing of the HLA, Women in Physics conference 2013, Cornell University • The TAIMing of the HLA, International Research Symposium, 2013, Ohio University • Work-life balance, CUWiP 2018, RIT, panel session
(several other presentations at undergraduate and graduate research symposiums at Ohio University and RIT)
Professional Experience and Skills
Telescope Observing Experience (along with data reduction)
• 10 nights on Lick Telescope (Spectroscopy, AGN, ongoing long term project)
• 7 nights on WIYN telescope, Arizona (Photometry, Cataclysmic Variables) • 6 nights on MDM telescope, Arizona (Photometry, BL Lac observing campaign and Cataclysmic variables)
• 2 nights on Calar Alto Telescope, Spain (Spectroscopy, Cataclysmic Variables) • Preparation of observing program for the Hubble Space Telescope (5 orbits, Photometry, Recoiling supermassive black hole candidates)
• Research at SNU; Project 1: Determining the star formation rate of type 2 AGN with multi wavelength SED from UV to radio with Dr. Jong-Hak Woo
• Research at SNU; Project 2: Reverberation mapping in nearby AGN using MgII as a tracer with Dr. Jong-Hak Woo
• PhD Research; Project 1: A Search for Recoiling Black Holes in nearby elliptical Galaxies: Signpost of gravitational waves? Advisor: Dr. Andrew Robinson
• PhD Research; Project 2: The quasar E1821+643: A gravitationally recoiling blackhole or super wind? Advisor: Dr. Andrew Robinson
• Undergraduate Senior Thesis Project, Max Planck Institute for Astronomy, Summer 2013 -2014; Project: The Search for Cataclysmic Variables using Pan-STARRS1 data. Advisor: Dr. Niall Deacon
• Directed Study, Ohio University, Spring 2011; Project: Study Relativistic Jets and Black Hole Binaries; Advisor: Dr. Markus Boettcher
• Space Astronomy Summer Program, Space Telescope Science Institute, Summer 2012; Project: The TAIMingof the Hubble Legacy Archive – Transformations to Allow Image Matching; Advisor: Dr. Stefano Casertano
• Summer Internship, Ohio University, Summer 2011; Project: Hubble Data Reduction; Advisor: Dr. Douglas Clowe
Grants and Awards
• Rodger Doxsey Travel Prize, Honorable mention, AAS 233rd meeting, 2019 • Chambliss Astronomy Achievement Graduate Student Award, AAS 231st meeting, 2018 • 3 min thesis, 2nd place, RIT, 2018
• WISE Travel Grant, RIT, 2017
• Best Presenter Award, 2017, RIT, Graduate Research Showcase
• La Serena Data Science School, 2014, Scholarship
• Gateway Excellence Scholarship, Ohio University, 2010 – 2014
• Gateway Trustee Award, Ohio University, 2010 – 2014
• John Edwards Fellowship, Ohio University, 2011 – 2014
• Toomey Award, Ohio University, 2013 – 2014
• Best Teaching Assistant Award, 2014, Ohio University
• Best Research Presenter award, 2014, Ohio University Student Expo
• Best Presenter Award, 2013, Ohio University, International Research Symposium • Best Presenter Award, 2013, Ohio University, Physics and Astronomy Department Undergraduate conference
• Toastmasters International, Inspirational Speech contest, Third place, RIT
• La Serena Data Science School, La Serena, Chile, 2014
• ALMA workshop, RIT, 2018
• Operating systems: Linux, Windows, Mac OS X
• Software/Programming Languages
o Python, IDL, DS9, IRAF, LATEX, Microsoft Office
• English, Marathi, Hindi – Fluent
• Korean – Intermediate
• French - Beginner
• Monsters on the move: Confirming gravitational wave recoiling supermassive black hole candidates Co-Investigator, Hubble Space Telescope, Cycle 25: awarded 5 orbits to observe 5 candidates
• Confirming cataclysmic variables, Co-investigator, Calar Alto Telescope, DDT, 2 nights
Professional Affiliations and Service
• LISA consortium 2018 - present • American Astronomical Society, member 2013 – present • Society of Physics Students, Media coordinator 2010 – 2014 • Sigma Pi Sigma 2012 – 2014
• Playback Theatre, Actor-facilitator, RIT, 2018 – present
• Conference for Undergraduate Women in Physics (panelist), RIT, 2018
• Lunar Eclipse observing (~1000 people) at RIT observatory, 2015
• Imagine RIT Astronomical Sciences and Technology exhibit, 2015 - 2018 • Conducted outreach at the Athens City Science Museum, Museum of Discovery • Judged 2 State Science Fairs, 2011 - 2012
• Ohio University Department of Physics Open House, 2011 & 2013
Objective: Setup and lead demonstrations to popularize science (Physics and Astronomy) among the community, more than 900 attendees, mostly local children and parents from the local Appalachian region
1. ‘Pre-outburst observations of Nova Del 2013 from Pan-STARRS 1’ Deacon, N. R.; Hoard, D. W.; Magnier, E. A.; Jadhav, Y. et al, 2014, Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 563, id.A129, 4 pp.
2. ‘The awakening of BL Lacertae: observations by Fermi, Swift and the GASP WEBT’, Raiteri…Jadhav et al, 2013, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 436, Issue 2, p.1530-1545
3. ‘E1821+643: Superwind or gravitational recoil’ Jadhav, Y.; Robinson, A.; Almeyda,T.; Curran, R.; Marconi, A. (Submitted to MNRAS, minor revisions ongoing)
4. ‘Determining the star formation rate of Type1 and Type 2 AGN with multi wavelength SED from UV to radio’ Jadhav, Y,; Jong-Hak Woo, Aeree Chung, Junhyun Baek, Donghoon Son, Jaejin Shin, Ho Seong Hwang, Jeong Ae Lee, HyunGi Kim, and Hyuk Woo (close to submission)
1. ‘The Search for Cataclysmic Variables using Pan-STARRS1’ Jadhav et al, 2014, American Astronomical Society, AAS Meeting #223, #154.03
2. ‘Monsters on the move: A search for supermassive black holes undergoing gravitational wave recoil’ Jadhav et al. 2018, American Astronomical Society, AAS Meeting #231, #250.15
3. ‘Monsters on the move: A search for supermassive black holes undergoing gravitational recoil’, Jadhav et al 2018, Are AGN Special? Conference, 2018, Durham, U.K.
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