Nate Tellis

Nate Tellis

Software Engineer

Asteroid Institute


Nate Tellis is an Asteroid Institute software engineer working on developing and scaling ADAM services on the cloud, as well as providing clean and clear web and API interfaces for use by the astronomical community.

Nate spent several years as a staff scientist with the UC Berkeley Department of Astronomy and holds his Bachelor of Science in Physics and Computer Science from McGill University, Montreal.


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Maire, Jérôme, et al. “Search for Nanosecond Near-infrared Transients around 1280 Celestial Objects.” The Astronomical Journal 158.5 (2019): 203.

Tellis, Nathaniel K., and Geoffrey W. Marcy. “A search for laser emission with megawatt thresholds from 5600 FGKM stars.” The Astronomical Journal 153.6 (2017): 251.

Tellis, Nathaniel K., and Geoffrey W. Marcy. “A Search for Optical Laser Emission Using Keck HIRES1.” Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific 127.952 (2015): 540.