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Ewan O'Sullivan

Center for Astrophysics
I.T. Specialist

About

I am a scientist/programmer in the Atmospheric and Molecular Physics Division at the Center for Astrophysics. On the programming side, I develop software and support scientists working on the TEMPO atmospheric pollution monitoring mission and related projects, using satellite data to measure pollution in Earth's atmosphere. I also pursue my own research in extragalactic astronomy, working with colleagues in the High Energy Astrophysics Division to study galaxy groups and clusters, primarily using X-ray and radio observations to examine their formation, evolution and properties.

Ph.D. (Birmingham, 2002), M.Phys. (Southampton, 1998)