CSIRO Astronomy and Space Science Student Program: current students

Student CASS supervisor University supervisor University Project title Start date
Aman Chokshi Daniel Mitchell Rachel Webster University of Melbourne Low frequency beam simulations 2020
Daniele d'Antonio Vanessa Moss Martin Bell University of Technology Sydney Radio afterglow of gravitational waves 2019
Tayla Dahms (Hons) Stephanie Smith Mohan Jacob James Cook University Investigation of circular waveguide feed bowl for lens antenna 2020
Cherie Day Chris Phillips Adam Deller Swinburne University of Technology Pinpointing the origin of fast radio bursts 2017
Dougal Dobie Keith Bannister Tara Murphy University of Sydney Radio transient detection using the Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder 2017
Yi Feng George Hobbs Di Li National Astronomical Observatory, CAS Jitter Noise and GWs 2019
Sarah Hegarty (deferred) Aidan Hotan Christopher Fluke Swinburne University of Technology Accelerating and enhancing knowledge discovery for the Petascale Astronomy Era 2015
Lucas Hyland James Green Simon Ellingsen University of Tasmania Structure of the Milky Way 2016
Dilpreet Kaur Shi Dai Ramesh Bhat Curtin University Probing the interstellar medium towards timing array pulsars with the MWA 2019
James Leung Emil Lenc Tara Murphy University of Sydney An ASKAP search for GRB afterglows 2019
John Lopez Matthew Whiting Maria Cunningham,
Lisa Harvey Smith
University of New South Wales Molecular clouds in the Milky Way:  Peering into the galactic centre and unravelling the origins of Planck cold clumps

2016

Marcus Lower Simon Johnston Matthew Bailes,
Ryan Shannon
Swinburne University of Technology Application of astrophysical inference to next generation pulsar timing datasets 2019
Perica Manopilovic Ray Norris Miroslav Filipovic,
Nicholas Tothill
University of Western Sydney Origin of the diffuse emission of galaxy clusters in the SPT field 2016

Tommy Marshman

George Hobbs Jo Dawson, Mark Wardle Macquarie University Applying novel pulsar searching strategies to Breakthrough Listen data 2020
Noor Md Said Cormac Reynolds Simon Ellingsen University of Tasmania Intraday variability of active galaxies 2017
Shannon Melrose Matthew Whiting Maria Cunningham,
Lisa Harvey-Smith
University of New South Wales Characterising the star formation properties of the ISM 2017
Freya North-Hickey Elizabeth Mahony Randall Wayth,              Clancy James Curtin Institute of Radio Astronomy Maping the Universe with Fast Radio Bursts 2020
Chikaedu Ogbodo Jimi Green Jo Dawson Macquarie University MAGMO:  Mapping the galactic magnetic field with masers 2017
Dylan Pare Jimi Green Cornelia Lang University of Iowa Radio polarimetric observations of non-thermal filaments in the Galactic Centre:  Probing the magnetic field structure 2019
Steve Prabu Xiang Zhang Steven Tingay,
Paul Hancock
Curtin Institute of Radio Astronomy Space debris detection Using the Murchison Widefield Array 2019
Joshua Pritchard George Heald Tara Murphy University of Sydney A transient detection pipeline for the VAST ASKAP survey 2020
Harry Qiu Keith Bannister Tara Murphy University of Sydney Exploring the dynamic radio sky with ASKAP 2017
Jonathan Rogers Minh Huynh Stanislav Shabala University of Tasmania Unravelling the physics of galaxies and Active Galactic Nuclei in the Square Kilometre Array era 2016
Gary Segal Ray Norris David Parkinson University of Queensland Machine learning algorithms for detecting the interesting and the unexpected 2017
Renzhi Su Elaine Sadler Minfeng Gu Shanghai Astronomical Observatory, CAS Tracing fuelling and feedback in powerful radio galaxies with 21cm HI absorption 2019
Abhimanyu Susobhanan George Hobbs Achamveedu Gopakumar Tata Institute of Fundamental Research Search for gravitational waves from eccentric super-massive black hole binaries in the Parkes Pulsar Timing Array data-sets 2019
Jishnu Thekkeppattu Aaron Chippendale Cathryn Trott Curtin University Towards detection of the redshifted 21-cm signal from cosmic dawn and epoch of reionisation 2019
Shuangqiang Wang George Hobbs Jingbo Wang Xinjiang Astronomical Observatory, CAS Radio observations of the two intermittent pulsars:  J1841-0500 and J1832+0029 2019
Yuanming Wang Keith Bannister Tara Murphy University of Sydney Searching for extreme transients with ASKAP 2020
Ziteng Wang Keith Bannister Tara Murphy University of Sydney Radio follow-up of gravitational wave events 2019
Miranda Yew Ray Norris Evan Crawford Western Sydney University An extended study of radio galaxies 2020
Naoyuki Yonemaru George Hobbs Keitaro Takahashi Kumamoto University, Japan Simulation of gravitational wave signals from cosmic strings and the effects of the interstellar medium 2017

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