Denby Mike - Gaia
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University of Leicester
Mike is the Project Manager for the XMM-Newton Survey Science Centre and is based in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Leicester. His current research interest is the statistical analysis of sources with spatially extended X-ray emission, which are present in the XMM-Newton public archive. Mike is a member of Gaia's On-ground and In-orbit Calibration Working Group. He is producing prototype software to investigate the pipeline processing of TDI format CCD data such as those which will be generated by Gaia.
Mike left Gaia in 2006.
[Published: 24/05/2004 | Updated: 08/09/2008]
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