The keynotes by Lucianne Walkowicz discuss innovative ways to discover new planetary systems. Lucianne describes the technologies she uses, which are so advanced that they have the ability to measure distances between planets and determine if livelihood exists.
Lucianne Walkowicz earned a degree at The Johns Hopkins University, and she was a graduate student in astronomy at the University of Washington. She has worked as a research assistant at Research Consortium for Nearby Stars at Johns Hopkins University, and her postdoctoral fellow and scholar at the University of California at Berkeley. She currenty is a Henry Norris Russell Fellow at Princeton University, and a researcher for NASA's Kepler Mission.
The keynotes by Lucianna Walkowicz describe the new technologies at research centers, and provide insights to the potential information to be found. Lucianna is on a pursuit to find other planets through stars, and she shares some important technological innovations used in her research.