Dr Ivy Wong
SUPER SCIENCE FELLOW
Citizen Science leader and galaxy sleuth Ivy Wong studies new stars forming in distant galaxies and helps make giant maps of radio waves across the sky.
Dr Chris Power
Chris and his team build model universes inside supercomputers to discover how our Universe ended up looking like it does.
DR DANAIL OBRESCHKOW
RESEARCH ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR
Dr Obreschkow's research covers a broad range of interesting problems, from working on why galaxies are where they are in the Universe through to making bubbles in microgravity and seeing what happens.
DR MINH HUYNH
RESEARCH ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR AND DEPUTY INTERNATIONAL SKA PROJECT SCIENTIST
Dr Huynh is the Deputy International SKA Project Scientist. Working with the Project Scientist, Joe Lazio, and astronomers around the world, her job is to ensure that the goals of astronomers are met by the technical design of the SKA.
Dr Luke Davies
Dr Davies looks at galaxies of all shapes and sizes to compare those that existed in the early Universe to those that formed more recently.
Giovanna Zanardo used to engineer bridges, now she studies the massive remnants of exploding stars.
DR NATASHA HURLEY-WALKER
SUPER SCIENCE FELLOW
Dr Natasha Hurley-Walker is working on the Murchison Widefield Array and using it to study the remains of dying stars (supernova remnants).
PROFESSOR PETER QUINN
Read about Professor Quinn's goals for ICRAR and his views on the SKA, as well as some of his favourite moments from his career.
PROFESSOR ANDREAS WICENEC
ICT PROGRAM HEAD
Research Professor Andreas Wicenec is faced with the challenge of transmitting, storing and processing the data captured by the proposed arrays of antennas.
DR JAMES MILLER-JONES
Dr James Miller-Jones is studying the powerful jets of plasma launched by low-mass black holes within the Milky Way, aiming to understand how they work.
PROFESSOR MICHAEL GARRETT
GENERAL DIRECTOR & SCIENTIFIC DIRECTOR ASTRON
Professor Michael Garrett was inspired into astronomy by his competitive nature, and his love of Star Trek’s Captain Kirk.
PROFESSOR PETER HALL
ICRAR DEPUTY DIRECTOR, ENGINEERING
Professor Peter Hall is Professor of Radio Astronomy Engineering at Curtin University and Co-Director of the Curtin Institute of Radio Astronomy (CIRA).
DR PHIL DIAMOND
VISITOR, CSIRO CHIEF, ASTRONOMY AND SPACE SCIENCE DIVISION
Dr Diamond works with the CSIRO as THE CHIEF OF THE ASTRONOMY AND SPACE SCIENCES DIVISION
PROFESSOR KEN FREEMAN
Professor Freeman was the 2009-2010 UWA Institute of Advanced Studies Professor-at-large and is Duffield Professor of Astronomy at the Australian National University