Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
60 Garden Street, MS-42
Cambridge, MA 02138
Andrews research is focused on making astronomical measurements related to the structure and evolution of the protoplanetary disks around young stars. The physical conditions and material characteristics of these gas and dust reservoirs play fundamental roles in the formation and early evolution of all planetary systems, including our Solar System. To investigate the properties of these disks, he conducts observations with mm/radio-wave interferometers and analyze the data with radiative transfer modeling tools. More details are available on his research highlights page and on the CfA disk group page.