I’m a postdoctoral researcher based at the Curtin node of ICRAR, working on the CRAFT project (The Commensal Real-time ASKAP Fast Transients Survey). We aim to localise the host galaxies of FRBs and study the high-time resolution of these unique transients with ASKAP, to try to uncover what is the actual source of these incredibly fast (millisecond) and bright radio bursts.
I have experience with radio interferometric telescopes (ASKAP, MeerKAT and the ATCA), in conducting observations, data reduction, and scientific analysis. I also have a strong HI (neutral hydrogen) background, both in absorption and emission surveys, and am a member of the LADUMA (Looking at the Distant Universe with the MeerKAT Array) and FLASH (First Large Absorption Survey in HI) projects. I’ve also worked with the hydrodynamical galaxy simulation suite Simba with analysis tools and making comparisons with, and predictions for, observational surveys in HI.
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