Zwitter Tomaž - Gaia
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University of Ljubljana
Tomaz leads an active group in the Physics Department of the University of Ljubljana, where he is associate professor for astronomy, involved in the preparatory studies of the radial velocity spectrometer for Gaia. He and his group work closely with Ulisse Munari in Padova, and are involved in simulations and optimisation of the instrumental properties, and in extracting astrophysical information from the Gaia spectra, also in the presence of crowding. A member of the Gaia radial velocity working group, he is particularly interested in the physics of eclipsing binaries, and is also involved in the radial velocity consortium, led by Mark Cropper at MSSL, developing plans for the instrument definition.
[Published: 20/10/2003 ]
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