Science at the European ARC

This is a list of the scientific interests of the staff (including ALMA COFUND Fellows and postdocs) associated with the European ARC.

Name Location Email Science or technical interests
Paola Andreani ESO   Cosmic microwave background, SZ clusters, protoclusters
Adam Avison JBCA Massive star formation, masers and interferometry
Miroslav Barta Czech ARC-node Solar MHD: flares and prominences, Solar radio physics, High-performance (parallel) computing
George Bendo JBCA george.bendo @ manchester.ac.uk Dust and gas-to-dust ratios in nearby galaxies (elliptical, spiral, irregular)
Frank Bertoldi German ARC node High-z galaxies and quasars, sub-millimeter observations, SZ observations of galaxy clusters, PDRs and shocks
Rob Beswick JBCA Extragalactic star-formation (low and high redshift systems), neutral and molecular gas in galaxies, Interferometry techniques
Andy Biggs ESO High-redshift star formation, (Strong) gravitational lensing
Jan Brand Italian ARC-node Physics and chemistry of the galactic ISM; properties of star-forming regions across the Galaxy; circumstellar envelopes; masers, monitoring
Sandra Burkutean German ARC node sburk @ astro.uni-bonn.de Sunyaev-Zel'dovich effect in galaxy clusters; shocks in the intra-cluster medium; combination of interferometric and bolometric data
Arancha Castro-Carrizo IRAM Evolved stars, disk and outflows, physics and chemistry of planetary nebulae. Mm-interferometry techniques and data reduction
Edwige Chapillon IRAM chapillon @ iram.fr Protoplanetary disks surrounding young low-mass stars, in particular the chemical complexity of these disks
Yanett Contreras Allegro ycontreras[at]strw.leidenuniv.nl High-mass star formation, cluster formation, molecular clouds and astrochemistry
Maria Diaz Trigo ESO mdiaztri[at]eso.org X-ray binaries, equatorial winds and jets, accretion, black holes and neutron stars, ULXs
Gary Fuller JBCA Star formation, Molecular clouds, Astrochemistry
Adam Ginsburg ESO aginsbur @ eso.org Science interests: Massive cluster formation, massive star formation, turbulence in the ISM
Ciriaco Goddi Allegro C.Goddi @ astro.ru.nl High-mass star formation, circumstellar disks and outflows, galactic masers, (nearby) SMBHs, molecular spectroscopy, mm/submm/cm interferometric observations, interferometric techniques and VLBI
Frédéric Gueth IRAM Star formation, embedded sources, molecular jets and outflows, physics and chemistry of shocks
Evanthia Hatziminaoglou ESO ehatzimi @ eso.org Dust in AGN, star formation in AGN, AGN formation and evolution
Michiel Hogerheijde Allegro star formation, protoplanetary disks, comets, radiative transfer
Anthony Holloway JBCA Active galaxies and High Performance Computing
Liz Humphreys ESO Evolved stars, high mass star formation, central parsecs of Galaxies, masers
Alexander Karim German ARC node karim @ astro.uni-bonn.de Galaxy evolution and multi-wavelength surveys, cosmic star formation history, high redshift galaxies and structure formation, sub-millimeter galaxies, radio continuum deep fields
Eelco van Kampen ESO Galaxy formation and evolution (at high- and low-redshifts), proto-clusters, galaxy clustering
Melanie Krips IRAM Properties of the molecular gas in nearby and high-z active galaxies (kinematics, excitation conditions, chemistry); evolution of activity in galaxies; gravitational lensing effect; interferometric techniques and calibration methods
Devaky Kunneriath Czech ARC node devaky @ astro.cas.cz Galactic centre science, radio astronomy
Elisabetta Liuzzo Italian ARC node liuzzo @ ira.inaf.it High angular resolution analysis of nuclear properties of extragalactic radio-loud AGNs
Matthias Maercker Nordic ARC node maercker @ chalmers.se Evolution of AGB stars; mass-loss; chemistry of circumstellar envelopes, detached shells around carbon stars
Benjamin Magnelli German ARC-node magnelli @ astro.uni-bonn.de Formation and evolution of high-redshift galaxies; study of mechanisms triggering and regulating their star-formation activities.; infrared/submm/mm observations of dust and molecular gas of high-redshift galaxies
Nuria Marcelino Italian ARC-node marcelino @ ira.inaf.it Astrochemistry, star formation, structure and chemistry of molecular clouds
Sergio Martin Ruiz IRAM smartin @ iram.fr High resolution chemical observations of molecular
clouds in nearby galaxies and the study of the chemical abundance and kinematics in the central few parsecs around the BH in the center of the Galaxy
Marcella Massardi Italian ARC node massardi @ ira.inaf.it Extragalactic radio sources, high-z galaxies & galaxy formation, galaxy clusters and SZ effect, multi-wavelength surveys, instrumental calibration
Luke Maud Allegro maud @ strw.leidenuniv.nl Massive star formation, specifically the investigation of 'disks' around, and outflows from massive protostars. Interferometric techniques and atmospheric stability.
Arturo Mignano Italian ARC node Multi-wavelength surveys, Physics and evolution of low luminosity AGN, Physical Constants Variation
Thomas Moeller German ARC node moeller @ ph1.uni-koeln.de Modeling of observing data; development of MAGIX (modeling and error estimates for various codes)
Stefanie Muehle German ARC node muehle @ astro.uni-bonn.de Molecular gas in extreme environments; starburst galaxies and AGN; the ISM in the Galactic Centre; masers
Holger Mueller German ARC node hspm[at]ph1.uni-koeln.de Astrochemistry, star-formation, molecules in space; Spectroscopy: rotational, rovibrational, interactions, hyperfine structure, data reliability (in the lab, in astro observations, in databases)
Sebastien Muller Nordic ARC node mullers @ chalmers.se Molecular gas and dust in nearby galaxies; molecular absorption; circumstellar envelopes around evolved stars
Tom Muxlow JBCA Extragalactic star-formation - from high redshift systems to SNR evolution in nearby galaxies, Interferometry techniques
Eamon O'Gorman Nordic ARC node eamon.ogorman @ chalmers.se Evolved Stars, Stellar Winds, Stellar Chromospheres, Circumstellar Envelopes, Synthesis Imaging Techniques
Rosita Paladino Italian ARC-node Star formation in nearby galaxies, magnetic fields and cosmic rays in the ISM, environmental effects on star formation processes
Dirk Petry ESO Blazars, Microquasars, Multi-wavelength campaigns, GRBs, cosmic rays, solar system objects, CASA
Yurii Pidopryhora German ARC node yurii[at]astro.uni-bonn.de/td> Neutral hydrogen in the Milky Way, disk-halo transition region, superbubbles; advanced interferometric techniques
Vincent Piétu IRAM Star formation, physics and chemistry of protoplanetary discs, debris discs
Suzanna Randall ESO asteroseismology, late stages of stellar evolution, Extreme Horizontal Branch stars
Anita Richards JBCA Masers, mass loss from evolved stars, star and planet formation, interferometry
Kazi Rygl Italian ARC node kazi @ ira.inaf.it Low- and high-mass star-forming regions, Galactic structure, OB stars, masers, astrometry, combination of Gaia optical astrometry with radio-mm astrometry
Alvaro Sanchez-Monge German ARC node sanchez @ ph1.uni-koeln.de Massive star formation
Reinhold Schaaf German ARC node Software development for ARTIST (model library, python interface) and other telescopes (APEX, NANTEN2, CCAT)
Peter Schilke German ARC node Formation of massive stars; formation of molecular clouds; astrochemistry; modeling of observation data
Ivica Skokic Czech ARC node ivica.skokic @ asu.cas.cz Solar radio physics, XBPs, differential rotation, meteors and meteoroids
Thomas Stanke ESO Star formation: low-mass protostars, protostellar outflows, high-mass star formation
Felix Stoehr ESO Galaxy formation, dark matter distribution, dark matter annihilation, data reduction pipelines, archive
Carme Toribio Allegro node toribio[at]strw.leidenuniv.nl Galaxy formation and evolution; Properties of gas in (nearby) galaxies; Galaxy clusters; Neutral hydrogen and radio recombination lines.
Wouter Vlemmings Nordic ARC node Evolved stars, high mass star formation, masers, pulsars, magnetic fields, polarization
Ke Wang ESO kwang[at]eso.org Earliest stages of high-mass star formation, infrared dark clouds (IRDCs), molecular filaments, mm/submm/cm interferometry
Rein Warmels ESO rwarmels[at]eso.org Gas in galaxies, clusters of galaxies, interferometric techniques
Ilsang Yoon Allegro yoon[at]strw.leidenuniv.nl Galaxy evolution (morphology and gas content), Bayesian data analysis, Gravitational dynamics
Martin Zwaan ESO mzwaan[at]eso.org

Gas in galaxies at low and high redshifts, intervening absorption lines