Carl Schmidt

Research Assistant Professor of Astronomy

  • Title Research Assistant Professor of Astronomy
  • Office CAS 402
  • Education 2013 Ph.D., Boston University (Astronomy)
    2008 M.A., Boston University (Astronomy)
    2005 B.A., University of Colorado (Physics)

Carl is a planetary scientist specializing in tenuous atmospheres, also known as exospheres, and their interactions with the surrounding space environment.
He is currently a research scientist at the Boston University Center for Space Physics. Prior, he was a post-doc at CNRS/LATMOS, where he maintains a joint appointment, and a post-doc at University of Virginia.

Research Interests: Observation, instrumentation and modelling: Jovian satellites, Mercury and comets.

Current Work at CSP, Research Findings, Publications, etc, see

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