I am a fifth-year graduate student and NSF Graduate Research Fellow in the Astronomy Department at Yale University.
I am a data-driven dynamicist interested in a broad range of problems in exoplanetary science. In particular, I study the formation and evolution, orbital architectures, and physical properties of exoplanets, and I am especially motivated by observational mysteries. I enjoy employing a synergy of celestial mechanics theory, numerical simulations, and statistical analysis methods. For more information, check out my Research page.
You can reach me at sarah [dot] millholland [at] yale [dot] edu.
Credits for three header images: ESO/P. Horálek, ESO/M. Kornmesser, NASA/JPL-Caltech