Patrick Gaulme

Research Astronomer
New Mexico State University
Apache Point Observatory

French, 37-year old


Apache Point Observatory - Sloan Digital Sky Survey
PO Box 59, Sunspot, NM 88349, USA

New Mexico State University - Department of Astronomy
PO Box 30001 Las Cruces, NM 88003-4500

gaulme @ nmsu.edu
Work : +1 575 646 2399


Curriculum vitae

Research Insterests

Physics of Stellar Systems Physics of the Solar System Observation and Instrumentation

Science PI of the NASA-EPSCoR Granted Project "JIVE in NM"

  • Facebook page to follow JIVE
  • JIVE in local New-Mexican and Mexican newspapers

    Science PI of a NASA-ADAP Granted Project

  • "Analysis of pulsating red-giant stars in eclipsing binaries for precision astrophysics experiments with Kepler"


    Current Projects

  • Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS)
  • Kepler mission: seismology of solar-like stars
  • CoRoT mission: exo-planets and seismology of solar-like stars

    Past Projects

  • JUICE/Laplace mission
  • Ground-based support to Venus Express
  • SYMPA: a network for seismology of giant planets


    Publications

  • Asteroseismology
  • Solar System
  • Exoplanets
  • SDSS
    June 2011: First Detection of Jupiter's Global Oscillations

    This discovery was chosen as the topic of the Press Conference of the SF2A.
    Then, French newspapers and websites related it.