Astrophysics, galaxy formation, theory of neutral evolution and stochastic processes.
Kedron Silsbee studied physics at Caltech, winning the Housner prize for research. As a Physics 11 student, and later with the support of two SURF fellowships, he worked on modelling tidal heating on Enceladus, and methods to determine critical coupling in tree networks. He spent 2011/12 at LIMS doing research before starting his PhD in astrophysics at Princeton. Outside physics, Silsbee enjoys classical piano, mountaineering and skiing.