Head of Astrophysics
CASS operates the Australia Telescope National Facility, a suite of telescopes including the Parkes 64-m single dish, the 6 element Australia Telescope Compact Array, the 22-m Mopra telescope. In addition construction and early commissioning is well underway for the Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder (ASKAP), a 36 antenna, wide field-of-view interferometer located in Western Australia on the site of the future Square Kilometre Array.
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Information about my work
My main research area is pulsars. Pulsars are small, dense, rotating stars and are the most fascinating objects in the Universe. You can see a cartoon of one at the top left of the screen. I like to look at single pulses and at the top right is an example of a pulse from the Vela pulsar. The ATNF pulsar group has its pages here.
I'm sure you really want to read my Papers.
And my Research Interests are listed here.
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ATNF/AAO Bolton Symposium2012