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Other research product . 2014

Western Faculty Profile: Dr. Jan Cami

Huang, Eva Y.;
Open Access
Published: 24 Jan 2014
Publisher: Scholarship@Western
Country: Canada
Abstract

Dr. Jan Cami is an Associate Professor at Western University, currently teaching both undergraduate and graduate courses in astronomy, including fourth year undergraduate honours research projects. Dr. Cami's main research areas include molecular spectroscopy, dust mineralogy in evolved stars, and the Diffuse Interstellar Bands (DIBs). He has received the Western Faculty Scholar Award, international awards from NASA, and has an undeniable passion for scientific community outreach, something he is actively involved in and promotes. WURJHNS Academic Affairs Co-ordinator, Eva Huang, had the chance to interview him to learn more about his career path, his past and current work, and his time at Western.

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Jan Cami, astronomy, physics, Western, bucky balls, Diffuse Interstellar Bands, dust mineralogy, molecular spectroscopy, NASA

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