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Distinguished visitor scheme - 2011
- Professor Jeremy Mould (link is external), (University of Melbourne), visiting February-March 2011. Prof. Mould (link sends e-mail) (hosted by Matthew Colless) worked with AAO staff on mapping the dark matter distribution using the 6dFGS.
- Professor John Peacock (link is external), (University of Edinburgh), visiting April 2011. Prof. Peacock (link sends e-mail) (hosted by Andrew Hopkins) worked with AAO staff on cosmological measurements from the GAMA (link is external) survey.
- Dr Jason Spyromilio (link is external), (ESO), visiting January-July 2011. Dr Spyromilio (link sends e-mail) (hosted by Chris Lidman) worked with AAO staff on measurements of nearby and distant supernovae, as well as various instrumentation projects.
- Dr Peter Barnes (link is external), (University of Florida), visiting September-October 2011.
Dr Barnes (hosted by Stuart Ryder) worked with AAO staff on understanding star formation within the Milky Way, using infrared observations of known cold, dense gas clumps identified through the CHaMP (link is external) survey.
- Dr Claudio Melo (link is external), (ESO), visiting November-December 2011.
Dr Melo (link sends e-mail) (hosted by Gayandhi De Silva) worked with AAO staff on understanding the origins and formation processes of stellar clusters within the Milky Way.