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Marshall D. Perrin Curriculum Vitae

Contact Department of Physics & Astronomy phone: (310) 825-1672

430 Portola Plaza fax: (310) 206-2096

UCLA email: mperrin@ucla.edu

Los Angeles, CA 90095 web: astro.ucla.edu/˜mperrin

Research High contrast observations of circumstellar dust and extrasolar planets;

Interests infrared astronomical instrumentation and techniques.

Education Ph. D. in Astronomy & Astrophysics. University of California, Berkeley A High Angular Resolution Survey of Circumstellar Dust around Herbig Ae/Be Stars Advisor: James R. Graham September 2006 A. B. in Physics and Astronomy. Harvard University magna cum laude June 2000 Honors and NSF Astronomy & Astrophysics Postdoctoral Fellowship 2007Awards Mary Elizabeth Uhl Prize, for outstanding achievement in a graduate dissertation 2006 NASA Michelson Graduate Fellowship 2003-2006 Phi Beta Kappa 2000 John Harvard Scholarship, for excellence in scholarship at Harvard University. 1997-2000 Research University of California, Los Angeles Positions - NSF Astronomy & Astrophysics Postdoctoral Fellow September 2007University of California, Berkeley

- Postdoctoral Researcher September 2006–August 2007

- Graduate Student Researcher 2002-2006 Harvard University

- Undergraduate Research Assistant, Prof. Josh Grindlay June 1998–June 2000

- Undergraduate Research Assistant, Prof. Isaac Silvera Sept 1997–May 1998 Teaching University of California, Los Angeles Experience Lecturer for Introduction to Astrophysics Winter 2009

- Co-taught with Prof. Andrea Ghez and led curriculum redevelopment University of California, Berkeley

- Head Graduate Student Instructor, Advanced Astronomy Lab, Prof. James Graham Fall 2004

- Head Graduate Student Instructor, Introduction to Astrophysics, Prof. Hy Spinrad

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Grants NSF AST-0702933, Astronomy & Astrophysics Postdoctoral Fellowship “The Birthplace of Awarded as PI* Planets: High Contrast Imaging of Circumstellar Disks”, (2007-2010), $214,000.

NASA HST GO-11155, Hubble Space Telescope Cycle 16 program “Dust Grain Evolution in Herbig Ae Stars: NICMOS Coronagraphic Imaging and Polarimetry” (2007-2009), $168,739.

NSF AST-0849137, Special Programs in Astronomy “NSF Astronomy & Astrophysics Postdoctoral Fellows Annual Symposium 2009”, (2008-2009), $16,482.

*: Per UCLA policy, grants awarded while a postdoc have been processed with Prof. Andrea Ghez as administrative PI.

Grants NASA HST GO 12016, Hubble Space Telescope Cycle 17 program “The Stars and Edge-on Awarded as Co-I Disks of PDS 144: An Intermediate-Mass Analog of Wide T Tauri Multiple Stars”, (2010budget submitted, approval pending).

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Professional Referee for the Astrophysical Journal Service Local Organizing Committee for The Spirit of Lyot 2007 conference in Berkeley, CA.

Co-chair for the 2009 NSF Postdoctoral Fellows Symposium

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Undergraduate Breann Sitarski, UCLA ’10. June 2008-present Research Students Jose Salcido, UCLA ’10. June-December 2008 Advised Rebecca Krall, Carnegie Mellon ’11. UCLA REU, Summer 2009.

Publications in S. Hinkley, B. R. Oppenheimer, D. Brenner, N. Zimmerman, L. C. Roberts Jr., I. R. Parry, Process R. Soummer, A. Sivaramakrishnan,, M. Simon, M. D. Perrin, D. L. King, J. P. Lloyd, A. Bouchez, J. E. Roberts, R. Dekany, C. Beichman, L. Hillenbrand, R. Burruss, M. Shao, and G. Vasisht. ApJ submitted. “Discovery and Characterization of a Faint Stellar Companion to the A3V Star ζ Virginis”

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M. D. Perrin, G. Schneider, G. Duchene, C. Pinte, C.A. Grady, J. Wisniewski, D. C. Hines. 2009.

Refereed ApJL 707, L132-136. “The Case of AB Aurigae’s Disk in Polarized Light: Is There Truly a Gap?” Publications

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S. Hinkley, B. R. Oppenheimer, R. Soummer, D. Brenner, J. R. Graham, M. D. Perrin, A. Sivaramakrishnan, J. P. Lloyd, L. C. Roberts, & J. Kuhn. 2009. ApJ 701, 804-810. “Speckle Suppression Through Dual Imaging Polarimetry, and a Ground-based Image of the HR 4796A Circumstellar Disk”

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M. D. Perrin and J. R. Graham. 2007. ApJ 670, 499-508. “LGS AO Integral Field Spectroscopy of a Narrowly Collimated Bipolar Jet from the Herbig Ae star LkHα 233” S. Hinkley, B. R. Oppenheimer, R. Soummer, A. Sivaramakrishnan, L. C. Roberts Jr., J. Kuhn, R. B. Makidon, M. D. Perrin, J. P. Lloyd, K. Kratter, and D. Brenner. 2006. ApJ 654 633. “Temporal Evolution of Coronagraphic Dynamic Range, and Constraints on Companions to Vega” A. P. Digby, S. Hinkley, B. R. Oppenheimer, A. Sivaramakrishnan, J. P. Lloyd, M. D. Perrin, L. C. Roberts Jr., R. Soummer, D. Brenner, R. B. Makidon, M. Shara, J. Kuhn, J. Graham, P. Kalas, & L. Newburgh. 2006. ApJ 650, 484-496. “The Challenges of Coronagraphic Astrometry” M. D. Perrin, G. Duchene, P. Kalas, & J. R. Graham. 2006, Astrophysical Journal 645, 1272.

“Discovery of an Optically Thick, Edge-on Disk around the Herbig Ae Star PDS 144N” L. C. Roberts, N. H. Turner, L. W. Bradford, T. A. ten Brummelaar, B. R. Oppenheimer, J. R. Kuhn, K. Whitman, M. D. Perrin, & J. R. Graham. 2005. Astronomical Journal 130, 2262-2271. “Adaptive Optics Photometry and Astrometry of Binary Stars” R. B. Makidon, A. Sivaramakrishnan, M. D. Perrin, L. C. Roberts Jr., B. R. Oppenheimer, R. Soummer, & J. R. Graham. 2005. Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific 117, 831-846. “An Analysis of Fundamental Waffle Mode in Early AEOS Adaptive Optics Images”

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M. D. Perrin, A. Sivaramakrishnan, R. B. Makidon, B. R. Oppenheimer, J. R. Graham, 2003.

Astrophysical Journal 596, 702-712. “The Structure of High Strehl Ratio Point-Spread Functions” M. D. Perrin & A. M. Ghez. 2009. AAS Meeting Abstracts 214, #401.03. “Beyond Astro 101: A Conference First Report on Applying Interactive Education Techniques to an Astrophysics Class for Majors” Proceedings and Other M. D. Perrin, G. Duchene, J. R. Graham, D. Hines, H. L. Maness, F. Menard, C. Pinte, & G. Schneider.

Publications 2009 Proceedings of the Second Subaru International Conference. “Investigating Circumstellar Disk Geometry and Dust Properties with Coronagraphic Polarimetry” C. A. Grady, M. Harding, D. Bonfield, G. Hilton, B. Woodgate, M. Perrin, C. Melis, K. Peek, O. Smarr, J. Wisniewski, G. Schneider, D. Hines, K. Stapelfeldt, & D. Padgett. 2009. Bulletin of the AAS 41, 224. “Three’s A Crowd: The Jets, Envelopes, And Environment Of PDS 144”

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M. D. Perrin, G. Schneider, D. C. Hines, J. P. Wisniewski, C. A. Grady, & HST GO-11155 Team.

2009. Bulletin of the AAS 41, 208. “Coronagraphic Polarimetry of Circumstellar Disks Around Herbig Ae/Be Stars: Investigating Disk Properties and Dust Grain Growth with HST NICMOS”

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M. D. Perrin, J. R. Graham, & B. A. Macintosh. 2007. Bulletin of the AAS 38, 1006. “DiffractionLimited Infrared Imaging Spectroscopy of Outflows from Young Stars” J. Leconte, R. Soummer, B. R. Oppenheimer, S. Hinkley, D. Brenner, A. Sivaramakrishnan, J. Kuhn, M. D. Perrin, L. C. Roberts Jr., M. Simon, R. A. Brown, G. Chabrier, & I. Baraffe. 2007. In the Spirit of Bernard Lyot: The Direct Detection of Planets and Circumstellar Disks in the 21st Century. “The Lyot Project: Survey Analysis” A. Sivaramakrishnan, Oppenheimer, B. R., R. Soummer, S. Hinkley, D. Brenner, J. Leconte, L. C. Roberts, M. D. Perrin, J. P. Lloyd, R. B. Makidon, & J. R. Kuhn. 2007. In the Spirit of Bernard Lyot: The Direct Detection of Planets and Circumstellar Disks in the 21st Century. “The Lyot Project: Status and Results” M. D. Perrin, & J. R. Graham. 2006. Bulletin of the AAS 38, 1224. “Mid-IR Observations of Herbig Ae and Be Stars” A. Sivaramakrishnan, B. R. Oppenheimer, M. D. Perrin, L. C. Roberts, R. B. Makidon, R. Soummer, A. P. Digby, L. W. Bradford, M. A. Skinner, N. H. Turner, & T. A. Ten Brummelaar. 2006. IAU Colloq. 200: Direct Imaging of Exoplanets: Science & Techniques 613-616. “Scintillation and pupil illumination in AO coronagraphy” R. B. Makidon, A. Sivaramakrishnan, R. Soummer, B. R. Oppenheimer, L. C. Roberts, J. R. Graham, & M. D. Perrin. 2006. IAU Colloq. 200: Direct Imaging of Exoplanets: Science & Techniques 603-606.

“The Lyot Project: Understanding the AEOS Adaptive Optics PSF” L. R. Roberts Jr., L. Bradford, T. Ten Brummelaar, N. Turner, M. Skinner, E. Therkildsen, B. Oppenheimer, A. Digby, & M. Perrin. 2006. The Advanced Maui Optical and Space Surveillance Technologies Conference. “The Effects of Scintillation on Non-Redundant Aperture Masking Interferometry” M. D. Perrin, J. R. Graham, P. Kalas, J. P. Lloyd, C. E. Max, D. T. Gavel, D. M. Pennington, & E. L. Gates. 2005. Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series 343, 379. “Adaptive Optics Polarimetry of Herbig Ae/Be Stars” J. R. Graham, M. D. Perrin, & C. E. Max. 2005. Bulletin of the AAS 37, 1293. “Infrared Imaging and Polarimetry of the Crab Nebula and Pulsar using Laser Guide Star Adaptive Optics” M. D. Perrin, J. R. Graham, & P. Kalas. 2005. Bulletin of the AAS 37, 1293. “LGS Polarimetry and Integral Field Spectroscopy of Herbig Ae/Be Stars” M. D. Perrin. 2005. Protostars and Planets V 8616. “An Adaptive Optics Imaging Polarimetry Survey of Herbig Ae/Be Stars” B. C. Matthews, J. R. Graham, P. G. Kalas, & M. D. Perrin. 2005. Protostars and Planets V 8562.

“Extended CO Emission in the Environs of the HAeBe Stars LkHa 198 and LkHa 225S” M. D. Perrin, J. R. Graham, P. Kalas, & M. Fitzgerald. 2004. Bulletin of the AAS 36, 1553. “A Unique Edge-on Circumstellar Disk around a Herbig Ae Star” A. Sivaramakrishnan, R. B. Makidon, R. Soummer, B. A. Macintosh, M. Troy, G. A. Chanan, J. P. Lloyd, M. D. Perrin, J. R. Graham, L. Poyneer, & A. I. Sheinis. 2004. Proc. SPIE 5490, 535-544.

“Coronagraph design for an extreme adaptive optics system with spatially filtered wavefront sensing on segmented telescopes” L. C. Roberts, Jr., M. D. Perrin, F. Marchis, A. Sivaramakrishnan, R. B. Makidon, J. C. Christou, B. A. Macintosh, L. A. Poyneer, M. A. van Dam, & M. Troy. 2004. Proc. SPIE 5490, 504-515. “Is that really your Strehl ratio?” B. R. Oppenheimer, A. P. Digby, L. Newburgh, D. Brenner, M. Shara, J. Mey, C. Mandeville, R. B. Makidon, A. Sivaramakrishnan, R. Soummer, J. R. Graham, P. Kalas, M. D. Perrin, L. C. Roberts

Jr., J. R. Kuhn, K. Whitman, & J. P. Lloyd. 2004. Proc. SPIE 5490, 433-442. “The Lyot project:

toward exoplanet imaging and spectroscopy” B. A. Macintosh, B. Bauman, J. Wilhelmsen Evans, J. R. Graham, C. Lockwood, L. Poyneer, D. Dillon, D. T. Gavel, J. J. Green, J. P. Lloyd, R. B. Makidon, S. Olivier, D. Palmer, M. D. Perrin, S. Severson, A. I. Sheinis, A. Sivaramakrishnan, G. Sommargren, R. Soummer, M. Troy, J. K. Wallace, & E. Wishnow. 2004. Proc. SPIE 5490, 359-369. “eXtreme Adaptive Optics Planet Imager: overview and status” M. D. Perrin, J. R. Graham, P. Kalas, J. P. Lloyd, C. E. Max, D. T. Gavel, D. M. Pennington, & E. L. Gates. 2004. Proc. SPIE 5490, 309-320. “Laser guide star adaptive optics imaging polarimetry of Herbig Ae/Be stars” B. R. Oppenheimer, A. P. Digby, M. Shara, D. Brenner, L. Newburgh, R. B. Makidon, A. Sivaramakrishnan, R. Soummer, J. R. Graham, P. Kalas, M. D. Perrin, J. R. Kuhn, K. Whitman, & J. P. Lloyd.

2003. Bulletin of the AAS 36, 583. “The Lyot Project: Toward Exoplanet and Circumstellar Disk Imaging and Spectroscopy” M. D. Perrin, D. T. Gavel, E. L. Gates, J. R. Graham, P. Kalas, J. D. Larwood, J. P. Lloyd, C. E. Max, & D. M. Pennington. 2003. Bulletin of the AAS 35, 1367. “Laser Guide Star Adaptive Optics Polarimetry of Three Herbig Ae/Be Stars” B. A. Macintosh, J. Graham, L. Poyneer, G. Sommargren, J. Wilhelmsen, D. Gavel, S. Jones, P. Kalas, J. P. Lloyd, R. Makidon, S. Olivier, D. Palmer, J. Patience, M. D. Perrin, S. Severson, A. Sheinis, A. Sivaramakrishnan, M. Troy, & J. K. Wallace. 2003. Proc. SPIE 5170, 272-282. “Extreme adaptive optics planet imager: XAOPI” J. P. Lloyd, B. R. Oppenheimer, A. P. Digby, L. Newburgh, D. Brenner, M. Shara, J. R. Graham, P. Kalas, M. D. Perrin, A. Sivaramakrishnan, R. Makidon, J. Kuhn, K. Whitman, & L. C. Roberts Jr..

2003. ESA SP-539: Earths: DARWIN/TPF and the Search for Extrasolar Terrestrial Planets 513-518.

“The Lyot project: toward exoplanet images and spectroscopy” B. A. Macintosh, J. R. Graham, G. Duchene, S. Jones, P. Kalas, J. Lloyd, R. B. Makidon, S. Olivier, D. Palmer, M. D. Perrin, L. Poyneer, A. Sheinis, A. Sivaramakrishnan, S. Severson, G. Sommargren, M. Troy, & J. K. Wallace. 2003. Bulletin of the AAS 35, 922. “Direct detection of extrasolar planets with the eXtreme Adaptive Optics Planet Imager” A. Sivaramakrishnan, P. E. Hodge, R. B. Makidon, M. D. Perrin, J. P. Lloyd, E. E. Bloemhof, & B. R. Oppenheimer. 2003. Proc. SPIE 4860, 161-170. “The adaptive optics point-spread function at moderate and high Strehl ratios” M. D. Perrin, J. R. Graham, M. Trumpis, J. Kuhn, K. Whitman, R. Coulter, J. P. Lloyd, and L. C.

Roberts, Jr. 2003. Proceedings of the Air Force AMOS Technical Conference. “First light with the Kermit Infrared Camera” J. R. Graham, B. Macintosh, A. Ghez, P. Kalas, J. Lloyd, R. Makidon, S. Olivier, J. Patience, M. D. Perrin, L. Poyneer, S. Severson, A. Sheinis, A. Sivaramakrishnan, M. Troy, J. Wallace, & J. Wilhelmsen. 2002. Bulletin of the AAS 34, 1138. “Experimental design for the eXtreme Adaptive Optics Planet Imager (XAOPI)” B. Macintosh, J. R. Graham, A. Ghez, P. Kalas, J. Lloyd, R. Makidon, S. Olivier, J. Patience, M. D.

Perrin, L. Poyneer, S. Severson, A. Sheinis, A. Sivaramakrishnan, M. Troy, J. Wallace, & J. Wilhelmsen.

2002. Bulletin of the AAS 34, 1137. “Extreme Adaptive Optics Planet Imager” M. D. Perrin, J. P. Lloyd, P. Kalas, & J. R. Graham. 2002. Bulletin of the AAS 34, 1129. “Design and Calibration of a Near IR Adaptive Optics Imaging Polarimeter for Lick Observatory” P. F. Bloser, T. Narita, J. A. Jenkins, M. D. Perrin, R. Murray, & J. E. Grindlay. 2002. Proc. SPIE 4497, 88-99. “Balloon flight background measurement with actively-shielded planar and imaging CZT detectors” T. Narita, J. E. Grindlay, J. A. Jenkins, M. D. Perrin, D. Marrone, R. Murray, & B. Connell. 2002.



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