Amalie Stokholm

PhD Student in Astronomy & Astrophysics


Hi! I'm Amalie and I am an astronomy graduate student studying at the Stellar Astrophysics Centre at Aarhus University, Denmark. My primary research interest is the field of Galactic archaeology where by studying the demographics of stars we can learn about the history and evolution of our Milky Way. I am currently working on combining the ultra-precise parallaxes and proper motions provided by Gaia DR2 with asteroseismic and spectroscopic data for a great sample of stars and investigating the differences between stars in the discs of the Milky Way.
Outside of work, I enjoy running, messing around with small coding projects, and drinking a beer or two with friends. If you would like to know more about my work, including my published papers, please keep scrolling!


years studying


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Research Experience

  • In my first year as a graduate student, I worked primary on a detailed analysis of the bright subgiant star HR 7322.