Hi! I’m Junhan Kim, a sixth year graduate student in Department of Astronomy and Steward Observatory at the University of Arizona. I work with Prof. Dan Marrone on the Event Horizon Telescope project to study the supermassive black hole at the center of our galaxy with an angular resolution smaller than the apparent size of the black hole event horizon. We are developing a Very Long Baseline Interferometery (VLBI) receiver for the South Pole Telescope. Before entering graduate school, I did my undergraduate study at Seoul National University, majored both electrical engineering and astronomy. Then, I worked at MTI Co., Ltd. as a skilled industrial personnel to fulfill South Korea’s mandatory military service.
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