Welcome to my website!


My name is Darryl Seligman and I am a graduate student and Gruber Fellow in the Astronomy Department at Yale University. I am working with my advisor, Gregory Laughlin.

I primarily study theoretical and computational astrophysics. I have worked on a variety of topics that are broadly related to planet formation.

Most recently, I have been working on the interstellar asteroid ‘Oumuamua and dust-plasma instabilities. I am generally interested in astrophysical fluid dynamics, magnetohydrodynamics, dynamics, exoplanets and heliospheric physics.

I graduated from the University of Pennsylvania, with degrees in mathematics and physics.

Contact me at darryl[dot]seligman[at]yale[.]edu