I am a postdoctoral researcher working with the BDNYC group (www.bdnyc.org) at Hunter College (hunter.cuny.edu) and the American Museum of Natural History (www.amnh.org). I have always worked on nearby low mass stars, from my undergraduate years at Villanova University, to my PhD work at Georgia State University in the RECONS group (www.recons.org). I am currently looking at the very lowest mass objects near the Sun, and studying the kinematics and age-determining properties of the members of the nearby young moving groups (beta Pictoris, TW Hydra, and the like). As someone interested in teaching, I have worked on ways to present scientific principles in an easy-to-grasp form, and many of the visualizations are here on Figshare.
- Riedel et al. (2010): Trigonometric Parallaxes to 64 star systems from the CTIOPI 0.9m program.
- Riedel et al. (2011): AP Col, the nearest pre-main-sequence star to the Solar System
- Riedel et al. (2014): Trigonometric Parallaxes to Nearby Active and Young Star Systems.
- THE CHARA ARRAY ANGULAR DIAMETER OF HR 8799 FAVORS PLANETARY MASSES FOR ITS IMAGED COMPANIONS
- THE SOLAR NEIGHBORHOOD. XXVI. AP Col: THE CLOSEST (8.4 pc) PRE-MAIN-SEQUENCE STAR
- –1(MOTION SAMPLE) AND SUBDWARFS
- ASTROPHYSICAL PARAMETERS AND HABITABLE ZONE OF THE EXOPLANET HOSTING STAR GJ 581
- –1(SLOWMO SAMPLE)
- International Ultraviolet ExplorerArchival Study of Dwarf Novae in Outburst