UTMOST welcomes Adam Deller and Jamie Tsai


UTMOST is delighted to welcome two new members — both of whom arrived at Swinburne this week.

Adam Deller : Adam is an ARC Future Fellow, who rejoins Swinburne as a staff member after spending about a decade overseas (in the US and Netherlands). Adam did his PhD at Swinburne and it’s great to have him back. He has an ARC grant to work on FRB localisation in a project called UTMOST-2D — which will bring North-South detections back at Molonglo.

Jr-Wei “Jamie” Tsai : Jamie joins us as a postdoctoral fellow (funded by Matthew’s Laureate Fellowship), and comes to us from Virginia Tech, where he has worked on pulsars and transients with the Long Wavelength Array, as well as giant pulses from pulsars, cosmology and the early universe, and radio followup at low frequencies of gravitational waves.