Former Students:

Interaction is an important part of my research. Consequently, I have written few single author papers. Below I list the people I have worked in the past. Also included are students and postdocs who were advised by another faculty member but with whom I also worked (marked by *). If you know the homepages of anyone below please let me know. On the other hand, please also let me know if you think that I have overlooked you or that you object to being on this list.

UNDER CONSTRUCTION: Some humorous recollections for each person.
  1. Anderson, Stuart (PhD 1993; T. A. Prince)*
        "A Study of Recycled Pulsars in Globular Clusters"
        Staff Member, LIGO Caltech

  2. Berger, Edo (Phd 2004)
       "Gamma Ray Bursts: The Beast and Lair"
       Associate Professor of Astronomy, Harvard University

  3. Bhalerao, Varun (PhD 2012)
       "Neutron stars and NuSTAR"
       Vaidya Rayachaudhuri Fellow, IUCAA, India

  4. Bloom, Joshua Simon (PhD 2002)
        "Towards an Understanding of the Progenitors of Gamma-Ray Bursts"
        Professor, University of California, Berkeley

  5. Busch, Michael (PhD 2010)
       "Shapes & Spins of near-earth asteroids"
    Jansky post-doctoral fellow, NRAO 8129 Michaelbusch

  6. Cameron, P. Brian (PhD 2008)
       "Astrometry with Adaptive Optics"
        Aerospace Corporation, Virginia

  7. Cenko, Bradley (PhD 2008; F. Harrison)*
        "Gamma ray bursts"
        Deputy Project Scientist, Swift X-ray Observatory, Goddard Space Flight Center, Md

  8. Danner, Rudolf (PhD 1996; A. J. Buras)*
        "X-ray Emission from Old Neutron Stars"
        North Grumman Corporation, Los Angeles

  9. Jacoby, Bryan (PhD 2005)
        "Precision Pulsar Timing"
        The Aerospace Corporation, Washington DC

  10. Johnston, Helen (PhD 1992)
        "Compact Objects in the Disk and Globular Clusters"
        Staff, Astronomy & Astrophysics, University of Sydney, Australia

  11. Kaplan, David Laor (PhD 2004)
       "Diversity in Neutron Stars"
       Associate Professor, University Wisconsin-Milwaukee

  12. Kasliwal, Mansi Manoj (PhD 2011)
        "Transients in the Local Universe"
        Assist. Prof, Astronomy, Caltech

  13. Lane, Benjamin F. (PhD 2003)
        "High Precision Stellar Interferometry"
        Principal Scientist, Henry Draper Laboratory, Cambridge

  14. Mooley, Kunal P. (PhD 2015; G. Hallinan)*
        "Exploring the Dynamic Radio Sky: The Search for Slow Transients with the VLA"
    Oxford University, UK

  15. Nakajima, Tadashi (PhD 1989; G. Neugebauer)*
        "Diffraction-Limted Imaging on the 200-inch Telescope"
        Staff Astronomer, National Astronomy Observatory, Japan

  16. Navarro, Jose (PhD 1994)
        "A Wide-bandwidth Pulsar Timing Machine"
        Chief Scientist, Kongsberg Norcontrol IT, Norway

  17. Oppenheimer, Benjamin (PhD 1999)
        "Direct Detection of Brown Dwarf Companions of Nearby Stars"
        Curator & Professor, American Musueum of Natural History, NYC

  18. Price, Paul (PhD 2003; B. Schmidt, MSO)*
    ``Gamma Ray Bursts''
    Astronomical Software Scientist, Princeton University

  19. Rand, Richard (PhD 1991)
        "The Relationship Between the Density Wave, Molecular Gas and Star Formation in M51"
        Professor, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque

  20. Ray, Paul (PhD 1995; T. A. Prince)*
        "High Sensitivity Searches for Radio Pulsars"
        Astronomer, Naval Research Laboratory

  21. Sandhu, Jagmit Singh (PhD 2001)
        "High Precision Dual Frequency Timing of Millisecond Pulsars" (co-directed by R. N. Manchester)
    Staff Member, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena

  22. Soderberg, Alicia Margarita (PhD 2007)
       "GRB-Supernova connection"
       Associate Professor, Astronomy Department, Harvard University

  23. Tendulkar, Shriharsh (PhD 2013)
    Beyond the blur: Construction and characterization of the first autonomous AO system and An AO survey of magnetar proper motions"
    Post-doctoral Fellow, Caltech

  24. Vasisht, Gautam (PhD 1998)
        "The Many Faces of Neutron Stars"
        Staff Member, Jet Propulsion Laboratory

  25. Adam Wasczack (PhD 2015)
        "Solar System Small-Body Demographics with the Palomar Transient Factory Survey"

  26. Wiktorowicz, Sloane (PhD 2008)
        "Unambiguous Black Hole Mass from Polarimetry & Application to Hot Jupiters"
        Astronomer, UC Santa Cruz

    (*) Principal Advisor shown. SRK was co-advisor.

Nakajima* (1989), Rand (1991), Johnston (1992), Anderson* (1993), Navarro (1994), Ray* (1995), Danner (1996), Vasisht (1998), Oppenheimer (1999), Sandhu (2001), Bloom (2002), Lane (2003), Price* (2003), Berger (2004), Kaplan (2004), Jacoby (2005), Soderberg (2007), Cameron (2008), Wiktorowicz (2008), Cenko* (2008), Busch (2010), Bhalerao (2012) Tendulkar (2013) Mooley (2015)

Postdoctoral Scholars: (Under Construction)

(in chronological order)
  1. Steve Thorsett , (Millikan Fellow)
    President, Willamette University, Salem, OR
  2. Chris Haniff, (NATO Fellow, circa 1990)
    Physics Department, Cambridge University, United Kingdom
  3. Tadashi Nakajima, Staff Astronomer, National Astronomy Observatory, Japan
  4. M. Vivekanand, Staff Astronomer, (retired) National Centre for Radio Astronomy, India
  5. Anthony Phillips,
  6. Xiao-Pei Pan, (retired) Jet Propulsion Laboratory, USA
  7. Marten van Kerkwijk, , (Hubble Fellow)
        Faculty, Department of Astronomy, University of Toronto, Canada    
  8. Victoria Kaspi, (Hubble Fellow)
        Professor, Department of Physics, McGill University, Canada
  9. Chris Clemens (Fairchild Fellow)
    Professor, Department of Physics & Astronomy, U. North Carolina
  10. Michelle Creech-Eakman, Postdoctoral Fellow,    Faculty, Department of Physics, New Mexico Insituting of Mining Technology, Socorro, NM
  11. Chris Koresko, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, USA
  12. Alan Diercks, Millikan Fello
    Institute for Systems Biology, Seattle
  13. Titus Galama (Hubble Fellow)
    RAND Corporation, Santa Monica, CA
  14. Daniel Reichart (Hubble Fellow, 2000-2002?)
        Faculty, Department of Physics & Astronomy, U. North Carolina
  15. Matthew Britton, Postdoctoral Fellow 1999?-2002?
    Adaptive Optics (Industry)
  16. Jean-Luc Margot, Postdoctoral Fellow 2000-2004
    Professor, Earth & Space Sciences, UCLA
  17. Robert Rutledge , Postdoctoral Fellow 2000-2004
        Professor of Physics, Department of Physics, McGill University
  18. James Lloyd (Millikan Fellow) 2002-2004
        Professor of Astronomy, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
  19. Derek Fox Postdoctoral Fellow: 2000-2005
        Professor of Astronomy, Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA
  20. Chris Gelino, now at Spitzer Science Center
  21. Maciej Konacki (Michelson Fellow, Research Fellow) 2000-2005
        Associate Professor, Copernicus Astronomical Center, Polish Academy of Sciences, Torun
  22. Dae-Sek Moon(Millikan Fellow) 2003-2006
       Professor of Asronomy, University of Toronto, Canada
  23. Mike Ireland (Michelson Fellow 2005-2007)
    Now at Australian National University, Australia
  24. J-P Macquart (Jansky Fellow, 2004-2007)
    Now faculty at Curtain University, Perth, Australia
  25. Arne Rau (Postdoc Fellow, 2005-2008)
    Now at MPE, Munich
  26. Nick Law (postdoc, 2006-2009)
    Asst. Professor, U. North Carolina, Chapel Hill
  27. Eran Ofek (postdoc 2007-2009, Einstein 2010-2011)
    Asst. Professor, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
  28. Robert Quimby (postdoc 2007-2011)
    Professor, San Diego State University; Director, Mt. Laguna Observatory
  29. Alessandra Corsi (postdoc 2010-2012)
    George Washington University, DC
  30. Assaf Horesh (postdoc, 2010-2013)
    Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
  31. Christoph Baranec (postdoc, -2013)
    Asst Professor, IfA, Hawaii
  32. Nick Konidaris (postdoc, 2011-2013) COO, Caltech
  33. Sumin Tang (postdoc, 2012-2014), now in industry (Bay Area)
  34. Sarah Burke Spolaor (2013-2014), NRAO, Socorro
  35. Dan Perley, (Hubble Fellow, 2011-2014, 2015)

    Add Maria Osorio-Zapatero (now in Spain), T. Hamilton (now at Rand)