John Wendeborn

(He/Him)

Hi, John Wendeborn here!

I'm a sixth-year grad student studying Astronomy at Boston University planning to graduate with my PhD in June 2024. As a grad student, I work with Professor Catherine Espaillat and several awesome grad students on protoplanetary disks, young stars, and stellar accretion. My own work has been somewhat split between two topics: 

Check out the full range of my work under CV and Publications.

In my spare time, I'm a big baseball fan, frequent the movie theater, go bowling from time to time, and often wander around Boston on my bike. I also follow science & tech, play the occasional video game, and enjoy baking.

Credit : NASA JPL

Check out my talk on millimeter variability in FUor objects! 

I gave this virtual talk in December 2020 for the conference: "5 Years After HL Tau: A New Era in Planet Formation"

I gave this virtual talk in December 2020 for the conference: "5 Years After HL Tau: A New Era in Planet Formation".
If you want to learn a bit more about this work, check out my paper on the subject.

Also check out the great talks from others in my group (past and present): 

Sierra Grant - ALMA Survey of Protoplanetary Disks in Lynds 1641

 Anneliese Rilinger - Modeling brown dwarf protoplanetary disks