Ke-Jun Chen a graduate student in the School of Physics and Astronomy has received the Stanwood Johnston Fellowship for 2012-2013. Mr. Chen is currently working on Multi-Dimensional Simulations of Pair-Instability Supernovae with his adviser Professor Alexander Heger. Chen plans to use his stipend to support this research. He is originally from Taiwan.
The fellowship provides a stipend for doctoral students in biochemistry, chemistry, geology, geophysics, microbiology, or physics.