Jessy Jose

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Assistant Professor

Department of Physics, IISER Tirupati

Email: jessy@iisertirupati.ac.in

Phone: +91 9945402801

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Research Interests

Observational Astrophysics, Star formation, High mass star forming regions in the Milky Way, Young brown dwarfs and free-floating planetary mass objects in the solar neighborhood

Educational and Professional Career

  • Ph.D (March, 2012): Aryabhatta Research Institute of observational sciencES (ARIES), Nainital

  • Postdoctoral Fellow (Dec, 2011 - Sept, 2014): Indian Institute of Astrophysics (IIA), Bangalore

  • Postdoctoral Fellow (Oct, 2014 - Sept, 2017): Kavli Institute for Astronomy and Astrophysics (KIAA), Peking University, Beijing

  • Assistant Professor (Sept, 2017 ~): Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER) Tirupati

Honours and Awards

  • Outstanding post-doctoral fellow, Peking University, 2016

Selected Publications

  • Jose, Jessy , Herczeg G.J., Samal M.R., Fang Q. et al. "The Low-mass Population in the Young Cluster Stock 8: Stellar Properties and Initial Mass Function" , Astrophysical Journal , 836, 98 (2017).

  • Jose Jessy, Kim J.S., Herczeg G.J., Samal M.R. et al. "Star Formation in W3–AFGL 333: Young Stellar Content, Properties, and Roles of External Feedback", Astrophysical Journal , 822, 49 (2016).

  • Samal M. R., Ojha D. K., Jose Jessy, Zavagno A. et al. “ Star formation in the filament of S254-S258 OB complex: a cluster in the process of being created ", Astronomy And Astrophysics , 581, 5 (2015).

  • Jose Jessy, Pandey A.K., Samal M.R., Ojha D.K. et al. “ Young stellar population and ongoing star formation in the H II complex Sh2-252", Monthly Notices of Royal Astronomical Society , 432, 3445 (2013).

  • Jose Jessy, Pandey A. K., Ogura K., Samal M.R. et al. “ Optical and near-infrared survey of the stellar contents associated with the star-forming complex Sh2-252", Monthly Notices of Royal Astronomical Society , 424, 2486 (2012).

Teaching

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