physics and astronomy icons
Physics and Astronomy at TAMU
Casey Papovich
Assistant Professor

Office Tel: 1-979-862-2704
Office: MIST M325
Fax: 1-979-845-2590
Office Hours: Tues 2-4 pm, Fri 10-12pm

Personal Website:

Education: BS College of William and Mary 1995
MA The Johns Hopkins University 1997
PhD The Johns Hopkins University 2002

Casey Papovich is an observational astronomer and astrophysicist, specializing in galaxy evolution, large-scale structure and cosmology.

Personal Text:

Papovich studied physics at the College of William and Mary (BS 1995) and he studied physics and astronomy at the Johns Hopkins University (MA 1997, PhD 2002) and the Hubble Space Telescope Science Insititute in Baltimore, Maryland. He has worked as an astronomer and a Spitzer prize postdoctoral research fellow at the Steward Observatory at the University of Arizona. He has led extensive observational programs to study the formation and evolution of galaxies, large-scale structure and cosmology using the Spitzer Space Telescope, the Hubble Space Telescope, and the largest telescopes in the world.


Click to modify your profile. (password required)