1.54m telescope at La Silla, ESO, Chile
research falls in two
based on photometric or spectroscopic
measurements from either
ground-based observatories or from satellites (WIRE and SMEI).
of absorbtion lines in stellar spectra. I have developed the IDL suite
of widget programs called VWA.
of reviewed publications is
available through ADS.
1992 I started my natural science studies at the University of Aarhus
in Denmark. In
1996 I went on my first trip to ESO
Chile and from this point I became a decicated
In 1999 my master's
thesis was given the highest
grade possible (only two people at the department of astronomy have
in 10 years from 1995-2005). I went on to
become a Ph.D.
of astrophysics in April
I started working with Derek L. Buzasi at USAFA, CO, USA on the
analysis of data from
the WIRE satellite (more info here). During 2004
I stayed at USAFA for five months
January 2005 I moved to Copenhagen
to collaborate with J. V.
analysis of binary stars. In February 2006
I moved to Sydney where worked with Tim Bedding as a
postdoctoral researcher. From February 2009 to February 2010 I was
working with the
CoRoT team at the Observatory of Paris in France (LESIA). In
February 2010 I returned to Denmark and I am now working on the SONG project at Aarhus University.