Professor of Astrophysics, author of “Licht im Dunkeln/Light in the Darkness/Licht in de duisternis”, joint winner of the 2011 Spinoza prize. Working on the Event Horizon Telescope project at Radboud University.
Planetary Scientist and Assistant Professor at the Kapteyn Astronomical Institute, University of Groningen in the Netherlands. Investigates atmospheric formation and the deep interiors of rocky exoplanets.
Astronomy and Astrophysics section of the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies in Ireland. Researching solar and stellar physics, space weather, planetary science, star formation, the interstellar medium, high energy astrophysics and instrumentation.
Senior Advisor for Science and Exploration at the European Space Agency, member of the JWST Science Working Group and co-founder of Space Rocks (events that mix together people from entertainment and space exploration).
Research institute in Germany devoted to astrophysics, focusing on cosmic magnetic fields, extragalactic astrophysics and development of research technologies in spectroscopy, robotic telescopes and e-science.
MPS Göttingen (Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research)
Research establishment in Göttingen, Germany which studies all the bodies that make up our solar system including the Sun, the planets, the asteroids etc. The Institute develops scientific instruments that are sent into space on ESA and NASA missions.
Assistant Astronomer the Space Telescope Science Institute, Associate Research Scientist at John Hopkins University, based in the United States. Posts mainly about astronomy, science and machine learning.