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Harley Wood School for Astronomy – Participants

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This page lists information about those attending Harley Wood School for Astronomy. All effort has been made to anonymise any summary data shown on this page. If you feel the information on this page in some way identifies a specific person adversely, please contact as soon as possible.

Participants list (total: 63)

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♥ Scientific organising committee
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Poojan AGRAWAL (Swinburne University of Technology)
Pikky ATRI (International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research)
Lennart BALKENHOL (University of Melbourne)
Tania BARONE (Australian National University)
Stefania BARSANTI (Macquarie University)
Adam BATTEN (Swinburne University of Technology)
Daniel Andrew BERKE (Swinburne University of Technology)
Eloise BIRCHALL (Australian National University)
Dylan BOLLEN (Macquarie University)
Geoffrey Raymond BRYAN (Swinburne University of Technology, Centre for Astrophysics and Supercomputing)
GARIMA CHAUHAN (International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research, University of Western Australia)
Julian CARLIN (The University of Melbourne)
Jaiverdhan CHAUHAN (1 Turner Avenue, Technology Park, Bentley, WA, 6102)
Robin COOK (International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research)
Lara CULLINANE (Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics, The Australian National University)
Chris CURTIN (Swinburne)
James DAVIES (the University of Melbourne)
Cherie Kathleen DAY (Swinburne University of Technology)
Lisa DRUMMOND (University of Melbourne)
Paul EASTER (Monash Univesity)
James ESDAILE (Swinburne University of Technology)
Shanika GALAUDAGE (Monash University)
Karl GLAZEBROOK (Swinburne)
Pol GURRI (Swinburne)
Francisco HERNANDEZ (Monash University)
Moritz Thomas HUEBNER (Monash University)
Colin JACOBS (Swinburne)
Ronniy JOSEPH (ICRAR - Curtin University)
Dilpreet KAUR (Curtin University)
Soheil KOUSHAN (International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research)
Grace LAWRENCE (Swinburne University of Technology)
Marcus Edward LOWER (Monash University)
SARAH MCINTYRE (Australian National University)
Amber MALPAS (University of Canterbury)
Madeline MARSHALL (University of Melbourne)
Shannon MELROSE (University of New South Wales)
Dominic MENDONCA (University of Melbourne)
Veronika Karin MILES (The University of Melbourne)
Mohd Hafiz MOHD SAADON (The University of New South Wales)
Bryce MURPHY (University of Melbourne)
Chandrashekar MURUGESHAN (Swinburne University of Technology)
Chikaedu OGBODO (Macquarie University)
James Robert PAYNTER (The University of Melbourne)
Stephanie Kate POINTON (Swinburne University of Technology)
Hao QIU (University of Sydney)
Sera Jade RAUHUT (Swinburne University of Technology)
Thomas REICHARDT (Macquarie University)
Keven REN (The University of Melbourne)
Kristof ROZGONYI (International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research)
NANDINI SAHU (Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne)
Nikhil SARIN (Monash University)
Jacob SEILER (Swinburne University Technology)
Madhooshi Ruwanpura SENARATH (Monash centre for Astrophysics, School of physics and Astronomy, Monash University)
Vanessa STIMPEL (University of Melbourne-School of Physics)
Lucy STRANG (University of Melbourne)
Anishya THEVALIL HARSHAN (university of new south wales)
Dian Puspita TRIANI (Swinburne University)
Sara WEBB (Swinburne)
Jinglin ZHAO (The University of New South Wales)
Andrew ZIC (The University of Sydney)
Gerrit Willem VAN DER VELDEN (Centre for Astrophysics and Supercomputing, Swinburne University of Technology)

Gender & Career Diversity Statistics

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