|Dr. Stamatikos at the 2019 TEDxOhio State University.|
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Dr. Michael Stamatikos is an Assistant Professor of Physics & Astronomy at The Ohio State University and an astrophysicist affiliated with NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center. Stamatikos is the Founding Director of the SciDome and The Works' first Chief Science Officer. He has won OSU's Best New Undergraduate Research Mentor (2016), Teaching Excellence (2017) and Service (2017) awards. Stamatikos gives frequent invited public lectures and has been featured in The Columbus Dispatch, Daytime Columbus, and The Newark Advocate. Stamatikos leads research in high-energy particle astrophysics featuring gamma-ray bursts and has won the Bruno Rossi Prize in 2007 & 2011 from the American Astronomical Society for major advances in their scientific understanding. Stamatikos has also been widely recognized for his work on Swift, which ranked as the best NASA science mission in 2014 & 2016. He has co-authored 180 peer-reviewed scientific articles and is an invited reviewer for NASA science proposals.
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