Jason Rowe

Adjunct Professor at Bishop’s University

IMG_5588bJason is an Adjunct Professor at Bishop’s University. His science is primary focused on finding and characterizing extrasolar planets. He previously worked at Université de Montréal as research scientist within the JWST NIRISS team. He is also associated with the SETI Institute, is a participating scientist of NASA’s Kepler Mission and is a Science Team Member of the MOST Mission. He is also member of the Joint Committee on Space Astronomy of CASCA since 2016, and a CASCA Westar Speaker.
He is the recipient of NASA’s Exceptional Scientific Achievement Medal for his contribution as a team member for the Kepler mission (July 2016).

Students
  • Laurence Marcotte (Summer Intern, iREx at UdeM, 2017)
  • Merrin Petterson (Summer Intern, co-supervised with Lauren Weiss, iREx at UdeM, 2017)
Previous students
  • Olivia Lim (Summer Intern, iREx at UdeM, 2016)
  • Isabel Angelo (Summer Intern, UC Berkeley, 2015)
  • Marina Gemma (Summer Intern, Columbia/REU, 2014)
  • Elisa Quintana (Postdoctoral Researcher SETI, 2011 – 2014)
  • Vera Passegger (MSc, co-supervised, Vienna, Nov 2011 – present)
Contact

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Email: jrowe@ubishops.ca
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Links
Public Outreach
CBC As it Happens – NASA Kepler-22 b discovery – 5 December 2011