Cheryl Wang would be pursuing her MSc degree at McGill University under the supervision of Dr. Eve Lee. Her future work would be focusing on the birth of Mars by identifying the most likely conditions of solar system protoplanetary disk to account for the volatile content of Martian mantle measured from isotopic analysis.
Cheryl graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) in 2021, which she worked with Professor Smadar Naoz on her thesis project. In this project, she focused on the dynamics of compact object binaries within the Galactic Center and their potential Gravitational Wave emissions. Expanding on previous studies, she has shown that black hole binaries and white dwarf binaries are the most prominent sources of GW via the Eccentric Kozai-Lidov induced merger channel.
Eve Lee and Nicolas Cowan