I am an assistant professor at the Department of Astrophysical Sciences at Princeton University. Some of my research interests are: extrasolar planets, instrumentation (with special focus on small telescopes), and all-sky variability. I have been the Principal Investigator of the HATNet extrasolar planet search, discovering 38 transiting exoplanets so far (called HAT-P-1b through HAT-P-38b). I am also the PI of the HATSouth project that runs telescopes at three sites in the Southern hemisphere (Chile, Namibia, Australia), with 24 telescopes gathering data round-the-clock.
Previously I was at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics as
an astrophycisist (2010-2011), National Science Foundation Fellow
(2007-2010), Hubble Fellow (2004-2007) and Predoctoral Fellow
(2001-2004). I received my PhD from Eötvös University, Budapest in
2004. I did my undergraduate studies at Eötvös University, majoring in
physics, astronomy and English translation.
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