Welcome to my WWW page!
I am an astronomer based at the School of Physics at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia.
I am a member of the Australian Centre for Astrobiology group,
currently working on modeling planetary atmospheres with the VSTAR code.
Before my research interests shifted to the nearby Universe, I focused on the intraday variability of compact
sources at cm wavelengths.
We established that this effect arrises due to the ionized component of Interstellar Medium of our Galaxy, in a
similar way as 'twinkling' of stars occurs due to turbulence in the Earth's atmosphere.
- atmosperic conditions on exoplanetary systems
- planetary moons
- the physics of compact radio sources
- IDV phenomenon
- gravitational lensing
- active galactic nuclei (AGNs)
- characteristics of interstellar medium
- radio interferometry and VLBI
List of publications (provided by ADS service)
More about me
Office: Room 124
Phone: 55572 (internal), (02) 9385-5572 (Australia).
Fax: (02) 9385 6060 (Australia).
School of Physics and Astrophysics
Sydney NSW 2052
Last updated: 02-02-2010