Dr Stefan OsłowskiDr Stefan Osłowski (Manly Astrophysics)

Stefan spent his early years in Warsaw. He decided to go walkabout after he had graduated from the University of Warsaw with an MSc in Physics in 2007. For his PhD he came to Australia, learning the delicate art of precision pulsar timing at Swinburne University, and adding to the picture a new flourish of his own.

He returned to Europe for postdoctoral stints at the Max Planck Institute for Radio Astronomy in Bonn, and Bielefeld University (Germany), as a Humboldt Fellow. But Australia won out in the end as Stefan came back to Swinburne Uni for more pulsar studies, interlarded with work on the newly-discovered phenomenon of Fast Radio Bursts. All of this with an emphasis on developing computer software that enables the scientific research.

Stefan joined Manly Astrophysics on 1st May 2021, taking responsibility for developing holographic techniques for pulsar astronomy - as a prelude to studies of the interstellar medium, and with a view to improving pulsar timing precision. But he is also putting a great deal of effort into his surfing algorithm, while trying to appear nonchalant.

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