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I am a PhD candidate at The University of Sydney. My thesis is focussed on the radio properties of 'young' radio galaxies and studying their evolution. The majority of my PhD has been focussed developing and using the Murchinson Widefield Array (MWA), a Square-Kilometre Array (SKA) precusor. I am also a CAASTRO and CSIRO Astronomy and Space Science student. My supervisors are Professor Bryan Gaensler (University of Toronto), Professor Ron Ekers (CASS), Professor Elaine Sadler (University of Sydney / CAASTRO), and Dr Randall Wayth (Curtin University).

Recent Work

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Contact

Sydney Institute for Astronomy (SIfA)
School of Physics, Faculty of Science
The Unviersity of Sydney
44 Rosehill Street,
Redfern, NSW 2016, Australia
Room 212D
+61 2 9114 2163
j.callingham@physics.usyd.edu.au