Ammar Bayyari

Research Assistant
Manoa, HI
I earned my undergraduate degree in Physics/Astrophysics at the University of Cincinnati in 2019. My research during undergraduate was modeling Spectral Energy Distribution of protoplanetary disks using Monte Carlo simulations with data observed using SpeX on the IRTF, and I'm continuing some of these projects with SSI. Currently, I'm a graduate student at the University of Hawaii at Manoa in Physics & Astronomy. I do research in astro-particle physics, specifically anti-nuclei cosmic-rays on the AMS-02 detector located on the International Space Station.