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Bryson Cale

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4800 Oak Grove Drive

Pasadena, CA 91109

Curriculum Vitae:

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Member of:

Exoplanet Discovery and Science

NASA Postdoc


Expertise: Precise Radial Velocities, Spectroscopy, Mathematical optimization, Programming


Bachelor of Arts (Mathematics & Physics, Grinnell College, 2016), Ph.D. (Physics, George Mason University, 2021)

Professional Experience

Bryson is developing a full-fledged pipeline for the new diffraction-limited PARVI spectrograph at Mt. Palomar to process raw data, generate precise radial velocities, and model orbits. He is also characterizing the PARVI spectra and radial velocity precision.

Research Interests

Developing a spectral extraction and precise radial velocity pipeline for a variety of modern echelle spectrographs, including PARVI, with the primary goal of measuring the masses of exoplanets.

Selected Publications

Precise Radial Velocities of Cool Low Mass Stars With iSHELL. Astronomical Journal, 2019.