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Young Scientist Outstanding Poster Paper (YSOPP) Awards 2010 Kiruthika Devaraj

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Kiruthika Devaraj

Kiruthika Devaraj
Kiruthika Devaraj

PS Planetary and Solar System Sciences

The 2010 Young Scientist Outstanding Poster Paper (YSOPP) Award is awarded to Kiruthika Devaraj for the poster/PICO entitled:

The 2-4 millimeter-wavelength opacity of ammonia (Devaraj, K.; Steffes. P. G.)

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Kiruthika Devaraj is a PhD student supervised by Prof. Paul G. Steffes at the Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA, USA. Her research focuses on laboratory measurements and modeling of the centimeter and millimeter-wavelength properties of gases under simulated planetary atmospheric conditions and radio observations and radiative transfer modeling of planetary atmospheres. Currently, her research aims to reconcile the centimeter and millimeter-wavelength opacity spectra of ammonia under simulated outer planetary conditions.