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Curtin Institute of Radio Astronomy

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Dr Paul Hancock

Dr Paul Hancock Dr Paul Hancock
Position Early Career Research Fellow
Faculty Faculty of Science and Engineering
School School of Science
Department Department of Physics and Astronomy
Campus Bentley Campus
Location 610.160
Phone 08 9266 9102
Fax 08 9266 9246
Email Paul.Hancock@curtin.edu.au

Brief Summary

I am an Early Career Research Fellow currently at Curtin University. I obtained my PhD at the University of Sydney, where I worked on the Australia Telescope 20GHz (AT20G) survey. I then continued to work as a Super Science Fellow in radio transients at USYD where I helped to create the Variable And Slow Transients (VAST) prototype pipeline, including the source finding algorithm Aegean. My interests are in radio transients including: supernovae, gamma-ray bursts, and tidal disruption events. I lead a project that will use the Murchison Wide-field Array (MWA) to use the scintillation of extragalactic radio sources to trace the turbulent structure of gas within the Milky Way. 

Publications

2015

Journal Articles (Research)

2014

Journal Articles (Research)

2013

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Conference Articles (Research)

2012

Journal Articles (Research)

2011

Journal Articles (Research)

2010

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2009

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Conference Articles (Research)

2008

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2007

Journal Articles (Research)

2006

Journal Articles (Research)

Additional publication categories

2011

Journal Articles (Scholarly/Professional)

2006

Journal Articles (Scholarly/Professional)

  • Sadler, E., R. Ricci, R. Ekers, J. Ekers, P. J. Hancock, C. Jackson, M. Kesteven, T. Murphy, C. Phillips, R. Reinfrank et al. 2006.“The properties of extragalactic radio sources selected at 20 GHz.”Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 371 (2): 898-914.
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