Wed Apr 04, 2007
- Name:Duncan Galloway
- Location:Melbourne, Australia
Associate professor at Monash University, working on satellite X-ray observations of accreting neutron-star binaries; searches for gravitational waves; and astrophysical transients with next-generation wide-field telescopes. Previously ARC Future Fellow; Monash Fellow; Centenary Fellow at the University of Melbourne; and postdoctoral associate at the Kavli Institute for Astrophysics and Space Research at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. PhD from the University of Tasmania in 2000.Follow @DuncanKGalloway
Honours & PhD projectsA range of projects for either Maths or Physics students in 2019; generous scholarships are available. Please contact me to find out more. See also the Physics honours/postgrad information pages
The Multi-INstrument Burst ARchive (MINBAR)Over seven thousand thermonuclear (type-I) bursts observed by BeppoSAX/WFC, RXTE/PCA and INTEGRAL/JEM-X from 85 sources, with detailed analyses, first data release will be in 2018!
A followup to the RXTE burst catalog
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