Research

 
I did my PhD thesis research at the Kapteyn Astronomical Institute at the University of Groningen in the Netherlands, and graduated in March 1999. Then I worked as a Postdoctoral Scholar  in the submillimeter wave astrophysics group at the California Institute of Technology. In January 2002 I switched to work as a Senior Postdoctoral Scholar in Caltech's astronomy department to prepare observations with the SIRTF satellite and to use the Owens Valley Millimeter Wave Array . My Curriculum Vitae can be viewed here.
 

My research concentrates on the evolution of molecular clouds and star forming regions. I determine the abundances and physical conditions from observations of solid and gas phase molecules toward high and low mass protostars in various stages of their evolution.

Online publications,  preprints, and  thesis
Presentations


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