Dr. Bhat is a senior research fellow at the International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research (ICRAR), Curtin University. He held post-doctoral Fellowships at Cornell, MIT and Swinburne before moving to ICRAR on a Curtin Research Fellowship in 2012. Bhat leads the SC4: Pulsars and Fast Transients science theme within ICRAR and also the Science Lead of the high time resolution science within the MWA project. He is the PI of the SMART pulsar survey — an ambitious, all-sky survey that exploits the upgraded MWA, particularly its voltage-capture functionality, as well as the FRB Shadowing and Triggering project at the MWA. His scientific research makes use of the MWA, Parkes and GMRT facilities for studies of pulsars and FRBs. Over the past few years, he has been spearheading the efforts to develop important capabilities to enable high time resolution science with the MWA, and in the process, has established a significant pulsar presence at ICRAR Curtin.
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