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It would be interesting if members (should they choose to) detailed their areas of interest and expertise. Just as a very rough gauge about where the community is at with regards to Astronomy.

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I'll start off:

Expertise:

Planetary atmospheres, ultraviolet radiation

Interests:

Planetary atmospheres, ultraviolet radiation, planetary/solar system evolution, exoplanets, amateur radio-astronomy

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Expertise:

Software engineering and design, project management

Previous areas of study:

Cosmology, black holes

Interests:

I'm going to list interests relevant to Space Exploration as well as here.

Planetary sciences, colonization, astrobiology, exoplanets, cosmology

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Expertise:

star formation, interstellar medium, angular momentum transport processes, protostellar/protoplanetary disks, magnetic fields in astrophysics, stellar evolution, stellar atmosphere, high performance computing

Interest:

Almost everything (but I'm not really into cosmology, that's all)

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Expertise:

cosmology, larger scale structure of the universe.
In the near future instrument pipeline

(I'm a postdoc)

Interests:

mostly what is in my expertise. Programming.

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I'm an undergraduate student, who tends to read arXiv papers he doesn't understand.

Expertise

None. I know basic GTR and have some knowledge of the various aspects of astrophysics.

Interests (pertaining to this site)

Cosmology and astrophysics.

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Expertise:

Aerodynamics, Conceptual Designs, Frontend Development, Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

Interests:

Everything: The Cosmos, Longevity and Space Propulsion Systems

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