H Perry Hatchfield (he/him) is a NASA Postdoctoral Fellow at JPL, studying the formation of stars and gas flows in the Milky Way’s Galactic Center using techniques of both observational and computational astrophysics.
Hi! I’m H Perry.
I’m currently a NASA Postdoctoral Fellow at JPL, where I study the star formation process. I am also a research associate at the University of Connecticut in The Milky Way Laboratory. Read more about my research interests here.
I’m a writer for Astrobites, and sometimes write about physics at my blog, physicsandyou.com. Sharing my love for physics and astronomy is one of the great joys of my life, and I do my best to take topics that seem arcane and inaccessible and make them more approachable for a much broader audience.
Outside science, I’m a big fan of writing and reading poetry and science fiction, playing the mandolin, board games and D&D, hiking and bicycle touring.