White Dwarves and the Interstellar Medium   
Tuesday 02 April 2019, 07:15pm - 09:30pm
   

Professor Martin Barstow: Professor of Astrophysics and Space Science, Department of
Physics & Astronomy, University of Leicester.

Prof. Barstow has a strong background in the analysis of X-ray, EUV, UV, optical and
infrared data from white dwarfs.

He has also made internationally recognised contributions
to the study of hot white dwarfs and coronally active stars through the analysis and
interpretation of ground and space based observations in optical, UV, EUV and X-ray
wavebands. Complementing this has been an active programme of theoretical studies of the
white dwarf atmospheres and the interstellar medium.

 

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