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Much of my research is based on the analysis of data from large-area optical and radio surveys of the sky, and I've been involved in designing and carrying out several major astronomical surveys. I'm currently leading the ASKAP-FLASH project, which aims to use the new Australian SKA Pathfinder (ASKAP) telescope currently under construction in Western Australia to learn about more about the amount and distribution of neutral hydrogen gas in very distant galaxies.

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Much of my research is based on the analysis of data from large-area optical and radio surveys of the sky, and I've been involved in designing and carrying out several major astronomical surveys. I'm currently leading the ASKAP-FLASH project, which aims to use the new Australian SKA Pathfinder (ASKAP) telescope currently under construction in Western Australia to learn about more about the amount and distribution of neutral hydrogen gas in very distant galaxies.

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Welcome to my home page. I'm a Professor of Astrophysics in the School of Physics at the University of Sydney and Director of the ARC Centre of Excellence for All-sky Astrophysics (CAASTRO).

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Welcome to my home page. I'm a Professor of Astrophysics in the School of Physics at the University of Sydney and Director of the ARC Centre of Excellence for All-sky Astrophysics (CAASTRO).

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My School of Physics page: http://www.physics.usyd.edu.au/cgi-bin/ioa_people.cgi?name=ElaineSadler\\

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My University of Sydney page: http://sydney.edu.au/science/people/elaine.sadler.php

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Welcome to my home page. I'm a Professor of Astrophysics in the School of Physics at the University of Sydney.

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Attach:ems_caastro2.jpg Δ | Welcome to my home page. I'm a Professor of Astrophysics in the School of Physics at the University of Sydney and Director of the ARC Centre of Excellence for All-sky Astrophysics (CAASTRO).

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I'm currently President of Division VIII (Galaxies and the Universe) of the International Astronomical Union and Chair of the National Committee for Astronomy.

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I've recently served as President of Division VIII (Galaxies and the Universe) of the International Astronomical Union (2009-2012) and Chair of the National Committee for Astronomy (2010-2012).

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I'm currently President of Division VIII (Galaxies and the Universe) of the International Astronomical Union and Chair of the National Committee for Astronomy.

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I'm currently President of Division VIII (Galaxies and the Universe) of the International Astronomical Union and Chair of the National Committee for Astronomy.

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Much of my research is based on the analysis of data from large-area optical and radio surveys of the sky, and I've been involved in designing and carrying out several major astronomical surveys. I'm currently leading the ASKAP-FLASH project, which aims to use the new Australian SKA Pathfinder (ASKAP) telescope currently under construction in Western Australia to learn about more about the amount and distribution of neutral hydrogen gas in very distant galaxies.

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Much of my research is based on the analysis of data from large-area optical and radio surveys of the sky, and I've been involved in designing and carrying out several major astronomical surveys. I'm currently leading the ASKAP-FLASH project, which aims to use the new Australian SKA Pathfinder (ASKAP) telescope currently under construction in Western Australia to learn about more about the amount and distribution of neutral hydrogen gas in very distant galaxies.

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Much of my research is based on the analysis of data from large-area optical and radio surveys of the sky, and I've been involved in designing and carrying out several major astronomical surveys.

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Much of my research is based on the analysis of data from large-area optical and radio surveys of the sky, and I've been involved in designing and carrying out several major astronomical surveys. I'm currently leading the ASKAP-FLASH project, which aims to use the new Australian SKA Pathfinder (ASKAP) telescope currently under construction in Western Australia to learn about more about the amount and distribution of neutral hydrogen gas in very distant galaxies.

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Welcome to my home page. I'm an ARC Australian Professorial Fellow (and Professor of Astrophysics) in the School of Physics at the University of Sydney.

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Welcome to my home page. I'm a Professor of Astrophysics in the School of Physics at the University of Sydney.

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I'm currently President of Division VIII (Galaxies and the Universe) of the International Astronomical Union and incoming Chair of the National Committee for Astronomy. \\

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I'm currently President of Division VIII (Galaxies and the Universe) of the International Astronomical Union and Chair of the National Committee for Astronomy.

I was elected as a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science in 2010. \\

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I'm currently President of Division VIII (Galaxies and the Universe) of the International Astronomical Union.\\

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I'm currently President of Division VIII (Galaxies and the Universe) of the International Astronomical Union and incoming Chair of the National Committee for Astronomy. \\

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My School of Physics page: http://www.physics.usyd.edu.au/cgi-bin/ioa_people.cgi?name=ElaineSadler
Main SIfA page: http://www.physics.usyd.edu.au/sifa/

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Much of this work involves analysing data from large-area optical and radio surveys of the sky, so I've been involved in designing and carrying out several major astronomical surveys.

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Much of my research is based on the analysis of data from large-area optical and radio surveys of the sky, and I've been involved in designing and carrying out several major astronomical surveys.

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My main research areas are galaxy evolution (i.e. studying how galaxies form and change over cosmic time) and active galaxies. At the moment, I'm trying to learn more about the feedback mechanisms which link the energy output of a galaxy's central black hole to global properties like the star-formation rate. Much of this work involves analysing data from large-area optical and radio surveys of the sky, and I've been involved in designing and carrying out several major astronomical surveys.

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My main research areas are galaxy evolution (i.e. studying how galaxies form and change over cosmic time) and active galaxies. At the moment, I'm trying to learn more about the feedback mechanisms which link the energy output of a galaxy's central black hole to global properties like the star-formation rate.

Much of this work involves analysing data from large-area optical and radio surveys of the sky, so I've been involved in designing and carrying out several major astronomical surveys.

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My main research areas are galaxy evolution (i.e. studying how galaxies form and change over cosmic time) and active galaxies. At the moment, I'm trying to learn more about the feedback mechanisms which link the energy output of a galaxy's central black hole to global properties like the star-formation rate.

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My main research areas are galaxy evolution (i.e. studying how galaxies form and change over cosmic time) and active galaxies. At the moment, I'm trying to learn more about the feedback mechanisms which link the energy output of a galaxy's central black hole to global properties like the star-formation rate. Much of this work involves analysing data from large-area optical and radio surveys of the sky, and I've been involved in designing and carrying out several major astronomical surveys.

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I've also worked on (and remain interested in) other research areas including galaxy dynamics, supernovae, gamma-ray bursts and the stellar population in the central bulge of our own Galaxy.

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I've also worked on (and remain interested in) other research areas including galaxy dynamics, supernovae, gamma-ray bursts and the stellar population in the central bulge of our own Galaxy. You can find some information about my research here (or click on the Research tab at the top of the page).

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You can find some information about my current research here (or click on the Research tab at the top of the page).

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You can find some information about my current research here (or click on the Research tab at the top of the page).

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NSW 2006, Australia\\

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NSW 2006, Australia

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For information on my current research, please look here

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You can find some information on my current research here

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My contact details:

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NSW 2006
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NSW 2006, Australia

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For information on my current research, please look here

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I'm currently President of Division VIII (Galaxies and the Universe) of the International Astronomical Union.

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I'm currently President of Division VIII (Galaxies and the Universe) of the International Astronomical Union.

My contact details:

Prof. Elaine M. Sadler
School of Physics A28
University of Sydney
NSW 2006
Australia
Phone: +61 2 9351 2622
FAX : +61 2 9351 7726
Email: ems @ physics.usyd.edu.au

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Welcome to my home page. I'm an ARC Australian Professorial Fellow (and Professor of Astrophysics) in the School of Physics at the University of Sydney.'

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Welcome to my home page. I'm an ARC Australian Professorial Fellow (and Professor of Astrophysics) in the School of Physics at the University of Sydney.

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My main research areas are galaxy evolution (i.e. studying how which galaxies form and change over cosmic time) and active galaxies. At the moment, I'm trying to learn more about the feedback mechanisms which link the energy output of a galaxy's central black hole to global properties like the star-formation rate.

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My main research areas are galaxy evolution (i.e. studying how galaxies form and change over cosmic time) and active galaxies. At the moment, I'm trying to learn more about the feedback mechanisms which link the energy output of a galaxy's central black hole to global properties like the star-formation rate.

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I'm currently President of Division VIII (``Galaxies and the Universe``) of the International Astronomical Union.

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I'm currently President of Division VIII (Galaxies and the Universe) of the International Astronomical Union.

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I'm currently President of Division VIII (``Galaxies and the Universe``) of the International Astronomical Union.

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Most of my research is mainly in the areas of galaxy evolution (i.e. studying how which galaxies form and change over cosmic time) and active galaxies. At the moment, I'm trying to learn more about the feedback mechanisms which link the energy output of a galaxy's central black hole to global properties like the star-formation rate.

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My main research areas are galaxy evolution (i.e. studying how which galaxies form and change over cosmic time) and active galaxies. At the moment, I'm trying to learn more about the feedback mechanisms which link the energy output of a galaxy's central black hole to global properties like the star-formation rate.

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Welcome to my home page. I'm an ARC Australian Professorial Fellow (and Professor of Astrophysics) in the School of Physics at the University of Sydney.

My research is mainly in the area of galaxy evolution (i.e. studying how which galaxies form and change over cosmic time). Other topics I've worked on include galaxy dynamics, supernovae, gamma-ray bursts and the stellar population in the central bulge of our own Galaxy.

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Welcome to my home page. I'm an ARC Australian Professorial Fellow (and Professor of Astrophysics) in the School of Physics at the University of Sydney.'

Most of my research is mainly in the areas of galaxy evolution (i.e. studying how which galaxies form and change over cosmic time) and active galaxies. At the moment, I'm trying to learn more about the feedback mechanisms which link the energy output of a galaxy's central black hole to global properties like the star-formation rate.

I've also worked on (and remain interested in) other research areas including galaxy dynamics, supernovae, gamma-ray bursts and the stellar population in the central bulge of our own Galaxy.

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Welcome to my home page. I'm an ARC Australian Professorial Fellow (and Professor of Astrophysics) in the School of Physics at the University of Sydney.

My current research is mainly in the area of galaxy evolution (i.e. studying how which galaxies form and change over cosmic time). I've also worked on a wide range of other topics including galaxy dynamics, supernovae, gamma-ray bursts and stars in the central bulge of our own Galaxy.

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Welcome to my home page. I'm an ARC Australian Professorial Fellow (and Professor of Astrophysics) in the School of Physics at the University of Sydney.

My research is mainly in the area of galaxy evolution (i.e. studying how which galaxies form and change over cosmic time). Other topics I've worked on include galaxy dynamics, supernovae, gamma-ray bursts and the stellar population in the central bulge of our own Galaxy.


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Welcome to my home page. I'm an ARC Australian Professorial Fellow (and Professor of Astrophysics) in the School of Physics at the University of Sydney. My current research is mainly in the area of galaxy evolution (i.e. studying how which galaxies form and change over cosmic time). I've also worked on a wide range of other topics including galaxy dynamics, supernovae, gamma-ray bursts and stars in the central bulge of our own Galaxy.
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Welcome to my home page. I'm an ARC Australian Professorial Fellow (and Professor of Astrophysics) in the School of Physics at the University of Sydney.

My current research is mainly in the area of galaxy evolution (i.e. studying how which galaxies form and change over cosmic time). I've also worked on a wide range of other topics including galaxy dynamics, supernovae, gamma-ray bursts and stars in the central bulge of our own Galaxy.

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Welcome to my home page. I'm an ARC Australian Professorial Fellow (and Professor of Astrophysics) in the School of Physics at the University of Sydney. My current research is mainly in the area of galaxy evolution (i.e. studying how which galaxies form and change over cosmic time). I've also worked on a wide range of other topics including galaxy dynamics, supernovae, gamma-ray bursts and stars in the central bulge of our own Galaxy.

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Welcome to my home page. I'm an ARC Australian Professorial Fellow (and Professor of Astrophysics) in the School of Physics at the University of Sydney. My current research is mainly in the area of galaxy evolution (i.e. studying how which galaxies form and change over cosmic time). I've also worked on a wide range of other topics including galaxy dynamics, supernovae, gamma-ray bursts and stars in the central bulge of our own Galaxy.
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Welcome to my home page. I'm an ARC Australian Professorial Fellow (and Professor of Astrophysics) in the School of Physics at the University of Sydney. I work within the Sydney Institute for Astronomy (SIfA).

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Welcome to my home page. I'm an ARC Australian Professorial Fellow (and Professor of Astrophysics) in the School of Physics at the University of Sydney. My current research is mainly in the area of galaxy evolution (i.e. studying how which galaxies form and change over cosmic time). I've also worked on a wide range of other topics including galaxy dynamics, supernovae, gamma-ray bursts and stars in the central bulge of our own Galaxy.

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Welcome to my home page. I'm an ARC Australian Professorial Fellow (and Professor of Astrophysics) in the School of Physics at the University of Sydney. I work within the Sydney Institute for Astronomy (SIfA).

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Welcome to PmWiki!

A local copy of PmWiki's documentation has been installed along with the software, and is available via the documentation index.

To continue setting up PmWiki, see initial setup tasks.

The basic editing page describes how to create pages in PmWiki. You can practice editing in the wiki sandbox.

More information about PmWiki is available from http://www.pmwiki.org .

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