James Bullock

Alfred P. Sloan Foundation names 3 UCI faculty as 2022 Sloan Research Fellows

Distinction is awarded to assistant professors in Earth system science, mathematics

UCI scientists discover how galaxies can exist without dark matter

In simulations, collisions cause smaller star groupings to lose material

Ellen Druffel elected to National Academy of Sciences

UCI Earth system science professor is an expert in the ocean carbon cycle

UCI faculty create curricula for kids worldwide confined by coronavirus

U.N.-sponsored Earth School will help children learn about environment

Milky Way could be catapulting stars into its outer halo, UCI astronomers say

Findings may change fundamental thinking about star system formation, dynamics

James Bullock
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The UCI Podcast: A conversation with Dean James Bullock, School of Physical Sciences

UCI has posted a new podcast episode featuring an interview with the recently appointed dean of the School of Physical Sciences, James Bullock. Arriving at UCI in 2004, Bullock established a reputation as a leading researcher in astronomy and cosmology. He served as chair of the Department of Physics & Astronomy prior to being named […]

James Bullock to become new dean of UCI School of Physical Sciences

Noted cosmologist is currently chair of Department of Physics & Astronomy

UCI celestial census indicates that black holes pervade the universe

Researchers expect more gravitational-wave evidence of collisions in the near future

UCI astronomer is appointed to chair users committee for James Webb Space Telescope

UCI astronomer James Bullock has been appointed chair of the James Webb Space Telescope users committee. The group, which includes 10 to 14 American, European and Canadian scientists, was established to ensure that the observatory is operated in such a way as to maximize its scientific performance. The JWST, successor to the Hubble Space Telescope, […]

James Bullock

UCI cosmologist gives TV audiences a tour of Milky Way

Cosmologist and TV co-host James Bullock helps people see the really big picture — from the Milky Way to the farthest reaches of the universe. He’s one of the “bright young stars” in his field.