I am a postdoctoral scholar working with Fred Ciesla in the Department of the Geophysical Sciences at the University of Chicago, as part of the Earths in Other Solar Systems research effort (part of NASA’s Nexus for Exoplanetary System Science), a program that aims to understand the formation of habitable Earth-like planets.


Recent publications/abstracts

  • S. Krijt, T. J. Bowling, R. J. Lyons, and F. J. Ciesla (2017)
    Fast litho-panspermia in the habitable zone of the TRAPPIST-1 system
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, 839, 2
  • S. Krijt, K. Schwarz, F. J. Ciesla, and E. A. Bergin (2017)
    Modeling 2D transport of CO in protoplanetary disks: What ends up where?
    LPSC XLVIII, 2291
  • F. J. Ciesla & S. Krijt (2017)
    Gas trapping by amorphous ice in the solar nebula
    LPSC XLVIII, 2213
  • S. Krijt, F. J. Ciesla, and E. A. Bergin (2016)
    Tracing water vapor and ice during dust growth
    The Astrophysical Journal, 833, 285
  • I. Pascucci, L. Testi, G. J. Herczeg, F. Long, C. F. Manara, N. Hendler, G. D. Mulders, S. Krijt, F. Ciesla, Th. Henning, S. Mohanty, E. Drabek-Maunder, D. Apai, L. Szucs, G. Sacco, J. Olofsson (2016)
    A Steeper than Linear Disk Mass-Stellar Mass Scaling Relation
    The Astrophysical Journal, 831, 125
  • S. Krijt & F. J. Ciesla (2016)
    Dust diffusion and settling in the presence of collisions: Trapping (sub)micron grains in the midplane
    The Astrophysical Journal, 822, 111
  • S. Krijt & F. J. Ciesla (2016)
    Tracing solids and vapor during particle growth
    LPSC XLVII, 2020
  • S. Krijt, C. W. Ormel, C. Dominik, and A. G. G. M. Tielens (2016)
    A panoptic model for planetesimal formation and pebble delivery
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, 586, A20
  • S. Krijt, C. W. Ormel, C. Dominik, and A. G. G. M. Tielens (2015)
    Erosion and the limits to planetesimal growth
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, 574, A83

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