DAWN staff & students

The DAWN family comprises both permanent and temporary staff. At any time, some 40 local scientists and student are found at UCPH and DTU. In addition, we have around 10 affiliated scientists at various institutions around the world.

All staff and students are seen below in a random order. Use the filter buttons to look for specific groups, and click images for more details.

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DAWN staff & students

Allan Hornstrup

Associate Professor

Head of Astrophysics and Atmospheric Physics and ass. prof. at the Cosmic Dawn Center, DTU Space.
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Anton Norup-Sørensen

Researcher

I work with instrument design for astronomy.  Development is made in close contact with both astron
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Aswin P Vijayan

DAWN Fellow

Simulations of galaxy formation, high-z galaxies, dust, photometry
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Birgitta Nordström

Associate Professor Emerita

Star formation, nucleosynthesis, and general chemical and dynamical evolution of the Galactic disk.
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Bitten Gullberg

Carlsberg Integration Fellow

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Bo Milvang-Jensen

Researcher

I am a researcher based at the Cosmic Dawn Center. I received my master's degree from the University
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Charles Louis Steinhardt

Associate Professor

I work on a variety of topics, some in galaxy formation and evolution and others in machine learning
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Charlotte Mason

Associate Professor

Galaxy formation & evolution, Reionization, and the galaxy-dark matter connection in the early Unive
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Clara Giménez Arteaga

PhD Student

Galaxy evolution, spatially resolved observations, ISM, extinction & attenuation, imaging with HST.
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Daniele Bjørn Malesani

Postdoc

Interests: gravitational waves, gamma-ray bursts, transients, observations.
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Darach Jafar Watson

Associate Professor

I am mainly observationally oriented and have of the course of my career applied a wide range of tec
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Dave Sanders

Long-Term Guest

My current research is primarily in the area of infrared-submillimeter observations of interacting/m