Key members of the aiiap faculty




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Key members of the AIIAP faculty

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P.D. Barthel

(Kapteyn Astronomical Institute, University of Groningen)

Full professor, University of Groningen
S. Brandenburg

(Kernfysisch Versneller Instituut (KVI), University of Groningen)

Head accelerator group KVI, Extraordinary associated professor, University of Groningen
A.G. de Bruyn

(Netherlands Foundation for Research in Astronomy (Astron), Kapteyn Astronomical Institute, University of Groningen)

Senior Scientist , Radio Observatory Division, Astron, Professor, University of Groningen
R. Hoekstra

(Kernfysisch Versneller Instituut (KVI), University of Groningen)

Professor University of Groningen, Director International Research School FANTOM (Fundamental and Applied Nuclear and aTOMic Physics), Director Graduate School ASAP (Atomic and SubAtomic Physics)
H. Löhner

(Kernfysisch Versneller Instituut (KVI), University of Groningen)

Full professor University of Groningen
T.A. Oosterloo

(Netherlands Foundation for Research in Astronomy (Astron))

Associate Scientist Astron Radio Observatory, Associate Professor University of Groningen
R.F. Peletier

(Kapteyn Astronomical Institute, University of Groningen)

Adjunct professor, University of Groningen
J.B.T.M. Roerdink

(Institute for Mathematics and Computing Science, University of Groningen)

Full professor, University of Groningen
P.R. Wesselius

(SRON Netherlands Institute for Space Research Division Low Energy Astrophysics and Kapteyn Astronomical Institute University of Groningen)

Associate Professor, Senior Project Manager SRON Netherlands Institute for Space Research
W. Wild

(SRON Netherlands Institute for Space Research Division Low Energy Astrophysics and Kapteyn Astronomical Institute University of Groningen)

Head of Division Low Energy Astrophysics, Professor University of Groningen
H.J. Wörtche

(Kernfysisch Versneller Instituut (KVI), University of Groningen)

Senior Researcher KVI, Associated professor, University of Groningen
CURRICULUM VITAE
1. Name

P.D. Barthel


2. Professional address

Kapteyn Astronomical Institute

University of Groningen

P.O. Box 800

NL - 9700AV Groningen

The Netherlands


3. Current position

Full professor "Astrophysics of Active Galaxies"


4. Participation in the AIIAP Master Program

4.1 Discipline and field



  • Extragalactic astronomy

  • Physics of (active) galaxies

  • Observational techniques with radio, infrared and optical

  • telescopes, on the ground and in space

4.2 Teaching in the AIIAP programme

Basic and advanced courses in astrophysics

Basic courses in observational techniques, from ground and space


5. Education and degrees

Master Physics & Astronomy Free University Amsterdam 1980

PhD Astronomy Leiden University 1984
6. Command of languages

Dutch, English, German, French


7. Main research interests related to the AIIAP programme

  • Astrophysics

  • Multi-wavelength instrumentation

8. Selected recent publications


O'Dea, C.P., and 10 colleagues 2002, Hubble Space Telescope STIS Observations of the

Kinematics of Emission-Line Nebulae in Three Compact Steep-Spectrum Radio

Sources, Astronomical Journal 123, 2333-2351.

de Vries, W.H., O'Dea, C.P., Barthel, P.D., Fanti, C., Fanti, R., Lehnert, M.~D.\ 2000., Hubble Space Telescope NICMOS Observations of the Host Galaxies of Powerful Radio Sources: Does Size Matter?, Astronomical Journal 120, 2300-2330.

Filho, M.E., Barthel, P.D., Ho, L.C, 2000, The Nature of Composite LINER/H II Galaxies as Revealed from High-Resolution VLA Observations.\ Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series 129, 93-110.

Verner, D.A., Barthel, P.D., Tytler, D., 1994, Atomic data for absorption lines from the ground level at wavelengths greater than 228A, Astronomy and Astrophysics Supplement Series 108, 287-340.

Barthel, P.D, 1989, Is every quasar beamed?, Astrophysical Journal 336, 606-611.
Barthel, P.D.,Miley, G.K., 1988, Evolution of radio structure in quasars - A new probe of protogalaxies? Nature 333, 319-325.

CURRICULUM VITAE


1. Name

S. Brandenburg


2. Professional address

Kernfysisch Versneller Instituut

University of Groningen

Zernikelaan 25

NL – 9747AA Groningen

The Netherlands


3. Current position

Head accelerator group Kernfysisch Versneller Instituut

Extraordinary associated professor, Physics Department, University of Groningen
4. Participation in the AIIAP Master Program
4.1 Discipline and field


  • Accelerator physics and technology

  • Radiation physics

4.2 Teaching in the AIIAP programme

Basic and advanced course on accelerator physics

Basic course on radiation physics

Advanced course on development of large-scale instrumentation
5. Education and degrees

Master Physics University of Groningen 1980

PhD Physics University of Groningen 1985
6. Command of languages

Dutch, English, French, German


7. Main research interests related to the AIIAP programme

  • Accelerator physics

  • Radiation effects

  • Radiation hardness of detectors, sensors and components

  • Physical aspects of radiotherapy with ion beams

8. Selected recent publications

CURRICULUM VITAE
1. Name

A.G. de Bruyn


2. Professional addresses

Netherlands Foundation for Research in Astronomy (Astron)

P.O. Box 2

7990 AA Dwingeloo

The Netherlands

and


Kapteyn Institute

University of Groningen

P.O.Box 800

9700 AV Groningen

The Netherlands
3. Current positions

Senior Scientist , Radio Observatory Division, Astron (70%)

Professor of Radio astronomy at the Kapteyn Institute, University of Groningen (30%)
4. Participation in the AIIAP Master Program

4.1 Discipline and field



  • Observational and data reduction techniques in radio astronomy/interferometry

  • Magnetic fields in Galaxies and Clusters

  • Active Galaxies and Cosmology

4.2 Teaching in the AIIAP programme

Advanced courses in radio astronomical (interferometric) techniques
5. Education and degrees

Master Astronomy, Leiden University 1972

PhD Astronomy, Leiden University 1976
6. Command of languages

Dutch, English, German, French


7. Main research interests related to the AIIAP programme

  • Radio astrophysics, AGN, Cosmology, Cosmic magnetism

  • Radio astronomical instrumentation, calibration and polarimetry

Committee membership


Member of the Leids Kerkhoven Bosscha Fonds

Member of the Leids Sterrewacht Fonds

Member of the Oort fonds

Member of the Astronomy Research Committee (of LOFAR)

Member of the DCLA group (of LOFAR)

Member of the Calibration Steering Group (LOFAR)


8. Selected recent publications
Macquart, J.-P.; de Bruyn, A. G.: “Diffractive interstellar scintillation of the quasar J1819+3845 at λ21 cm”, A&A 446, 185 (2006)
de Bruyn, A. G.; Brentjens, M. A.: “Diffuse polarized emission associated with the Perseus cluster”, A&A. 441, 931 (2005)
Brentjens, M. A.; de Bruyn, A. G.: “Faraday rotation measure synthesis”, A&A 441, 1217 (2005)
Koopmans, L. V. E.; de Bruyn, A. G.: “HI kinematics in a massive spiral galaxy at z= 0.89”, MNRAS, 360, 6 (2005)
Falcke, H.; Apel, W. D.; Badea, A. F.; Bähren, L.; Bekk, K.; Bercuci, A.; Bertaina, M.; Biermann, P. L.; Blümer, J.; Bozdog, H.; et al. “Detection and imaging of atmospheric radio flashes from cosmic ray air showers”, Nature, 435, 313 (2005)
Lazio, T. Joseph W.; Cordes, J. M.; de Bruyn, A. G.; Macquart, J.-P. ;”The microarcsecond sky and cosmic turbulence”, NewAR, 48, 1439
Haverkorn, M.; Katgert, P.; de Bruyn, A. G.:” Properties of the warm magnetized ISM, as inferred from WSRT polarimetric imaging”, A&A, 427, 169 (2004)
Dennett-Thorpe, J.; de Bruyn, A. G.: ”Annual modulation in the scattering of J1819+3845: Peculiar plasma velocity and anisotropy”, A&A, 404, 113 (2003)
Dennett-Thorpe, J.; de Bruyn, A. G.:”Interstellar scintillation as the origin of the rapid radio variability of the quasar J1819+3845”, Nature, 415, 57 (2002)
Briggs, F. H.; de Bruyn, A. G.; Vermeulen, R. C.: ”Cold gas kinematics in an L* spiral Galaxy at z = 0.437: The nature of Damped Lyman-alpha absorbers”, A&A, 373,13 (2001)

CURRICULUM VITAE


1. Name

R. Hoekstra


2. Professional address

KVI, Atomic Physics

University of Groningen

Zernikelaan 25

NL - 9747AA Groningen

The Netherlands


3. Current position
Professor "Atomic Physics"

Director International Research School FANTOM (Fundamental and Applied Nuclear and aTOMic Physics), Director Graduate School ASAP (Atomic and SubAtomic Physics)


4. Participation in the EM Master Program
4.1 Discipline and field

  • Highly-charged ion physics and its applications in astrophysics, fusion research and surface magnetism

  • Laser cooling and trapping techniuqes

4.2 Teaching in the AIIAP programme

Basic and advanced courses in atomic, molecular and laser physics

5. Education and degrees

Master Technical Physics: University Groningen 1985

PhD Atomic Physics: FOM Inst. for Atomic and Molecular Physics, Amsterdam 1990


6. Command of languages

Dutch, English, German, Frisian


7. Main research interests related to the AIIAP programme

  • Atomic physics

  • Photon detection and multiple-coincidence detection

8. Selected recent publications


Charge driven fragmentation of nucleobases. - J. de Vries, R. Hoekstra, R. Morgenstern, T. Schlathoelter - Phys. Rev. Lett. 91 (2003) 053401
Catching some Sun: Probing the solar wind with cometary X-ray and far-ultraviolet emission. - D. Bodewits, Z. Juh·sz, R. Hoekstra, A.G.G.M. Tielens -

Astrophys.J. Lett. 606 (2004) 81


The response of polyatomic molecules to laser and ion-induced fields. - T. Schlathoelter, R. Hoekstra, S. Zamith, Y. Ni, H.G. Muller, M. Vrakking - Phys. Rev. Lett. 94 (2005) 233001
Chandra observations of Comet 2P/Encke 2003: First detection of a collisionally thin, fast solar wind charge exchange system. - C.M. Lisse, D.J. Christian, K. Dennerl, S.J. Wolk, D. Bodewits, R. Hoekstra, M.R. Combi, T. M‰kinen, M. Dryer, C.D. Fry, H. Weaver - Astrophys.J. 365 (2005) 1329
Local spin polarization at surfaces probed by hollow atoms. - M. Unipan, A. Robin, R. Morgenstern, R. Hoekstra Phys. Rev. Lett. 96 (2006) in press

CURRICULUM VITAE


1. Name

H. Löhner


2. Professional address

Kernfysisch Versneller Instituut

University of Groningen

Zernikelaan 25

NL - 9747AA Groningen

The Netherlands


3. Current position

Full professor "Physics of Hadronic Matter"


4. Participation in the AIIAP Master Program

4.1 Discipline and field



  • Nuclear interactions

  • Photonuclear reactions and nucleon resonances

  • Antiproton annihilations and charmed meson studies

  • Astro-particlephysics and neutrino detection

  • Subatomic physics techniques in medical imaging applications

4.2 Teaching in the AIIAP programme

Basic and advanced courses in subatomic physics

Student seminar in subatomic physics


5. Education and degrees

Diploma in Physics, University of Münster/Germany, 1974;

PhD in Physics, University of Münster/Germany 1978;

Habilitation, Venia Legendi in Physics, University of Münster/Germany 1988;


6. Command of languages

German , Dutch, English, French


7. Main research interests related to the AIIAP programme

  • Subatomic physics

  • Instrumentation and detector technology

Professional Service and Management


Leader of FOM-programmeInteracting Hadrons since 1998;

Director of the International Research School FANTOM 2003–2005;

Adjunct-director of Physics Education and member of the Board of Natural Sciences and Technology in the Faculty FWN, since 2004;

Spokesperson of TAPS collaboration 1996–2002;

Member of the FOM committee for Subatomic Physics at NIKHEF 1997 – 2002;

Member in the Board of NNV (Dutch Physical Society) since 2003;

Member of the ProgrammeAdvisory Committee FZ Jülich, since 2006;
8. Selected recent publications.
M.J. van Goethem, L. Aphecetche, J.C.S. Bacelar, H. Delangrange, J. Díaz, D. d'Enterria, M. Hoefman, R. Holzmann, H. Huisman, N. Kalantar-Nayestanaki, A. Kugler, H. Löhner, G. Martínez, J.G. Messchendorp, R.W. Ostendorf, S. Schadmand, R.H. Siemssen, R.S. Simon, Y. Schutz, R. Turrisi, M. Volkerts, V. Wagner, H.W. Wilschut

Suppression of soft nuclear bremsstrahlung in proton-nucleus collisions

Phys. Rev. Lett. 88, 122302 (2002)
P. Drexler, U. Thöring, W. Bonn, H.A.P. van der Duin, R. Holzmann, G. van der Kruk, B. Krusche, H. Löhner, V. Metag, T.W. Nijboer, R. Novotny, A. Potapov, C. Salz, S. Schadmand, M. Steinacher, M. Thiel, H. Vorenholt

The new readout electronics for the BaF2-calorimeter TAPS

IEEE Trans. Nucl. Sci. 50, 969 (2003)
M.M. Aggarwal et al. (H. Löhner), CERN WA98 Collaboration,

Interferometry of direct photons in central 208Pb+208Pb collisions at 158A GeV

Phys. Rev. Lett. 93 022301 (2004)
O. Bartholomy, V. Crede, H. van Pee, A.V. Anisovich, G. Anton, R. Bantes, Yu. Beloglazov, R. Bogendorfer, R. Castelijns, A. Ehmanns, J. Ernst, I. Fabry, H. Flemming, A. Fosel, H. Freiesleben, M. Fuchs, Ch. Funke, R. Gothe, A. Gridnev, E. Gutz, S.K. Höffgen, I. Horn, J. Hossl, R. Joosten, J. Junkersfeld, H. Kalinowsky, F. Klein, E. Klempt, H. Koch, M. Konrad, B. Kopf, B. Krusche, J. Langheinrich, H. Löhner, I. Lopatin, J. Lotz, H. Matthay, D. Menze, J. Messchendorp, C. Morales, D. Novinski, M. Ostrick, A. Radkov, J. Reinnarth, A.V. Sarantsev, S. Schadmand, Ch. Schmidt, H. Schmieden, B. Schoch, G. Suft, V. Sumachev, T. Szczepanek, U. Thoma, D. Walther, Ch. Weinheimer

Neutral pion photoproduction in the energy range 0.3 GeV < E(gamma) < 3 GeV

Phys. Rev. Lett. 94, 012003 (2005)
D. Trnka, G. Anton, J.C.S. Bacelar, O. Bartholomy, D. Bayadilov, Y.A. Beloglazov, R. Bogendorfer, R. Castelijns, V. Crede, H. Dutz, A. Ehmanns, D. Elsner, R. Ewald, I. Fabry, M. Fuchs, K. Essig, Ch. Funke, R. Gothe, R. Gregor, A.B. Gridnev, E. Gutz, S. Hoffgen, P. Hoffmeister, I. Horn, J. Hössl, I. Jaegle, J. Junkersfeld, H. Kalinowsky, Frank Klein, Fritz Klein, E. Klempt, M. Konrad, B. Kopf, M. Kotulla, B. Krusche, J. Langheinrich, H. Löhner, I.V. Lopatin, J. Lotz, S. Lugert, D. Menze, J.G. Messchendorp, T. Mertens, V. Metag, C. Morales, M. Nanova, R. Novotny, M. Ostrick, L.M. Pant, H. van Pee, M. Pfeiffer, A. Roy, A. Radkov, S. Schadmand, Ch. Schmidt, H. Schmieden, B. Schoch, S. Shende, G. Suft, V.V. Sumachev, T. Szczepanek, A. Sule, U. Thoma, R. Varma, D. Walther, Ch. Weinheimer, Ch. Wendel

First Observation of In-Medium Modifications of the omega Meson

Phys. Rev. Lett . 94, 192303 (2005)

CURRICULUM VITAE


1. Name

T.A. Oosterloo


2. Professional address

Netherlands Foundation for Research in Astronomy (Astron)

P.O. Box 2

NL - 7990 AA Dwingeloo

The Netherlands
3. Current position

Associate Scientist Astron Radio Observatory

Associate Professor Kapteyn Institute Groningen
4. Participation in the AIIAP Master Program

4.1 Discipline and field



  • Extragalactic astronomy

  • Structure and kinematics of galaxies

  • The interstellar medium in Active Galaxies

  • Observational and data reduction techniques in radio astronomy

4.2 Teaching in the AIIAP programme

Advanced courses in radio astronomical techniques

Inter-academical lectures interferometry


5. Education and degrees

Master Astronomy Groningen University 1983

PhD Astronomy Groningen University 1988
6. Command of languages

Dutch, English, German, Italian


7. Main research interests related to the AIIAP programme

  • Astrophysics

  • Radio-astronomical instrumentation

  • Data-analysis techniques

Committees


Co-Chair Radionet FP6 Software Forum

Member Lofar Calibration Steering Committee

Member NWO Observing Programme Committee

Member European section of International Fits committee


8. Selected recent publications
HI study of the warped spiral galaxy NGC 5055: a displaced dark matter

halo?', Battaglia, G., Fraternali, F., Oosterloo, T., Sancisi, R., A&A, 2006,

447, 48
`Fast neutral outflows in powerful radio galaxies: a major source of feedback

in galaxies', Morganti, R., Tadhunter, C.N., Oosterloo, T.A. 2005, A&A, 439,

947
`A dark jet dominates the power output of the stellar black hole Cygnis X-1',

Gallo, E., Fender, R., Kaiser, C., Russel, D., Morganti, R., Oosterloo, T.,

Heinz, S. 2005, Nature, 436, 819
`A large HI cloud near the centre of the Virgo cluster'', Oosterloo, T.,

van Gorkom, J.H. 2005, A&A, 437, L19


`Extra-planar HI in the starburst galaxy NGC 253'', Boomsma, R,. Oosterloo,

T., Fraternali, F., van der Hulst, J.M., Sancisi, R. 2005, A&A, 431, 65


`Anomalous HI kinematics in Centaurus A: Evidence for jet-induced star

formation', Oosterloo, T.A., Morganti, R. 2005, A&A, 429, 469


‘Kinematics of the Ionised Gas in the Spiral Galaxy NGC 2403', Fraternali, F.,

Oosterloo, T., Sancisi, R. 2004, A&A, 424, 485

CURRICULUM VITAE
1. Name

R.F. Peletier


2. Professional address

Kapteyn Astronomical Institute

University of Groningen

P.O. Box 800

NL – 9700 AV Groningen

The Netherlands


3. Current position

Adjunct Professor "Extragalactic observational and instrumental astronomy"


4. Participation in the AIIAP Master Programme

4.1 Discipline and field



  • Extragalactic astronomy

  • Optical and infrared instrumentation

  • Observational techniques with radio, infrared and optical telescopes, on the ground and in space

4.2 Teaching in the AIIAP programme

Applied Signal Processing

Master Projects in ELT Instrumentation


5. Education and degrees

Master Astronomy and Mathematics, University of Leiden 1985

PhD Astronomy Groningen University 1989
6. Command of languages

Dutch, English, Spanish, German, French, Turkish


7. Main research interests related to the AIIAP programme

Multi-wavelength instrumentation, Astrophysics


Committees:
member, ESO Euro-VO Science Advisory Committee

member, NWO VENI selection committee

instument scientist, VISIR, ESO Paranal
8. Selected recent publications

Emsellem, E., and 11 colleagues 2004, The SAURON project - III. Integral-field absorption-line

kinematics of 48 elliptical and lenticular galaxies. Monthly Notices of

the Royal Astronomical Society 352, 721-743

Vazdekis, A., Cenarro,

A.J., Gorgas, J., Cardiel, N., Peletier, R.F., 2003, Empirical

calibration of the near-infrared CaII triplet - IV. The stellar population

synthesis models., Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 340,

1317-1345.

Laine, S., Shlosman, I., Knapen, J.~H., Peletier, R.~F., 2002, Nested and Single Bars in Seyfert and Non-Seyfert Galaxies., Astrophysical Journal 567, 97-117.

de Zeeuw, P.~T., and 11 colleagues 2002, The SAURON project - II. Sample and early results, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 329, 513-530.

Bacon, R., and 12 colleagues 2001., The SAURON project - I. The panoramic integral-field spectrograph, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 326, 23-35.

Peletier, R.~F., Balcells, M., Davies, R.~L., Andredakis, Y., Vazdekis, A., Burkert, A., Prada, F., 1999, Galactic bulges from Hubble Space Telescope NICMOS

observations: ages and dust, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical

Society 310, 703-716.

CURRICULUM VITAE


1. Name

J.B.T.M. Roerdink


2. Professional address

Institute for Mathematics and Computing Science

University of Groningen

P.O. BOx 800

NL - 9700AV Groningen

The Netherlands


3. Current position

Full professor "Scientific Visualization and Computer Graphics"


4. Participation in the AIIAP Master Program

4.1 Discipline and field



  • Computer Science

  • Data visualization

  • Multidimensional signal processing

4.2 Teaching in the AIIAP programme

Advanced course in data visualization


5. Education and degrees

Master theoretical physics, University of Nijmegen 1979

PhD Physics, University of Utrecht 1983
6. Command of languages

Dutch, English, German, French


7. Main research interests related to the AIIAP programme

Scalable analysis and visualisation of high-dimensional astronomical data sets


8. Selected recent publications

Michel A. Westenberg and J. B. T. M. Roerdink, Frequency Domain

Volume Rendering by the Wavelet X-ray Transform, IEEE Trans. Image

Processing, 2000, 9 (7), pp. 1249-126.


J. B. T. M. Roerdink, Multiresolution Maximum Intensity Volume

Rendering by Morphological Adjunction Pyramids, IEEE Trans. Image

Processing, 2003, 12 (6), 653-660.
A. C. Jalba and M.H.F. Wilkinson and J. B. T. M. Roerdink,

Morphological hat-transform scale spaces and their use in pattern

classification, Pattern Recognition, 37 (5), 2004, 901-915.

Wink, A.M. and J. B. T. M. Roerdink, Denoising functional MR images:

a comparison of wavelet denoising and Gaussian smoothing, IEEE

Trans. Medical Imaging, 23 (3), 2004, 374-387.

A. C. Jalba and M.H.F. Wilkinson and J. B. T. M. Roerdink, CPM: A

Deformable Model for Shape Recovery and Segmentation Based on

Charged Particles, IEEE Trans. Pattern Anal. Machine Intell., 2004,

26 (10), 1320-1335.


J. B. T. M. Roerdink, Morphological Pyramids in Multiresolution MIP

Rendering of Large Volume Data: Survey and New Results,

J. Math. Imaging and Vision, 2005, 22 (2/3), 143-157.
A. C. Jalba and M.H.F. Wilkinson and J. B. T. M. Roerdink, Shape

representation and recognition through morphological curvature scale

spaces, IEEE Trans. Image Processing, 2006, 15, 2, 331-341.

CURRICULUM VITAE


1. Name

P.R. Wesselius


2. Professional address

Kapteyn Astronomical Institute/SRON

University of Groningen

P.O. Box 800

NL – 9700 AV Groningen

The Netherlands


3. Current positions

Associate Professor 'Instrumentation Astronomical Space Missions'

Senior Project Manager SRON Netherlands Institute for Space Research
4. Participation in the AIIAP Master Program


    1. Discipline and field

  • Astronomical instruments to be used from space

  • Studies of the interstellar medium

  • Exoplanets

4.2 Teaching in the AIIAP programme

Advanced courses in observational techniques from space

Exoplanets


5. Education and degrees

Master Physics & Astronomy, University of Amsterdam (cl), 1967

PhD Astronomy Groningen University 1972
6. Command of languages

Dutch, English, German, French, Spanish


7. Main research interests related to the AIIAP programme

Exoplanets, interstellar medium, star formation


8. Selected recent publications

Exploratory submm space radio-interferometric telescope

Graauw de, Th., Helmich, F. P., Cernicharo, J., Wild, W., Baryshev, A.,

Bos, A., den Herder, J.-W., Gunst, A., Jackson, B., van Langevelde,

H. J., Maat, P., Martin-Pintado, J., Noordam, J., Quirrenbach, A.,

Roelfsema, P. R., Venema, L., Wesselius, P. R., Yagoubov, P.

AdSpR, 36, p. 1109-1113, 2005

Study of the properties and spectral energy distributions of the Herbig

AeBe stars HD 34282 and HD 141569

Merín, B., Montesinos, B., Eiroa, C., Solano, E., Mora, A., D'Alessio,

P., Calvet, N., Oudmaijer, R. D., de Winter, D., Davies, J. K., Harris,

A. W., Cameron, A., Deeg, H. J., Ferlet, R., Garzón, F., Grady, C. A.,

Horne, K., Miranda, L. F., Palacios, J., Penny, A.,Quirrenbach,A.,

Rauer, H., Schneider, J., Wesselius, P. R.

A&A, 419, p. 301-318, 2004

Abundances of Planetary Nebulae BD+30 3639 and NGC 6543

Bernard-Salas, J., Pottasch, S.R., Wesselius, P.R., Feibelman, W.A.

A&A, 406, p. 165-174, 2003

Experimental Verification of Electromagnetic Simulations of a HIFI Mixer

Sub-Assembly

Jellema, W., Wesselius, P.R., Withington, S., Yassin, G., Murphy, J.A.,

O'Sullivan, C., Trappe, N., Peacocke, T., Leone, B.

Proceedings of the 14th International Symposium on Space Terahertz

Technology, Tuscon, USA, April 22-24, 2003.

http://soral.as.arizona.edu/STT03

Externally Phase-Locked Local Oscillator for Submm Integrated Receivers:

Achievements and Limitations

Koshelets, V.P., Shitov, S.V., Dmitriev, P.N., Ermakov, A.B., Sobolev,

A.S., Torgashin, M.Y., Wesselius, P.R., Yagoubov, P.A., Mahaini, C.,

Mygind, J.

ITAS, 13, no. 2, p. 1035-1038, 2003
CURRICULUM VITAE
1. Name

W. Wild
2. Professional address

SRON Netherlands Institute for Space Research

Division Low Energy Astrophysics

and

Kapteyn Astronomical Institute



University of Groningen

P.O. Box 800

NL - 9700AV Groningen

The Netherlands


3. Current position

Head of Division Low Energy Astrophysics

and

Professor "Techniques of Far-Infrared and (Sub-)Millimeter Astronomy"


4. Participation in the AIIAP Master Program

4.1 Discipline and field

Instrumentation for far-infrared and (sub)millimeter astronomy

Astrophysical space missions

Observational techniques with (far-)infrared and submillimeter

Telescopes, on the ground and in space

Interstellar medium

4.2 Teaching in the AIIAP programme

Astronomical space missions

Detection techniques radio/submillimeter

Basic courses in observational techniques, from ground and space
5. Education and degrees

Diploma in Technical Physics from Technical University Munich 1985

PhD in Physics from University of Munich 1990
6. Command of languages

German, English, Spanish, Dutch


7. Main research interests related to the AIIAP programme

(Far-)infrared and submm instrumentation and techniques

Astrophysics
8. Selected recent publications

‘Terahertz Technology for ESPRIT - A Far-Infrared Space Interferometer’, Wild, W., et al.,

16th International Symposium on Space Terahertz Technology, 2005.

‘Aperture Synthesis in the Far-Infrared’, Wild, W., Graauw de, Th., Helmich, F., Jackson, B.D.,

39th ESLAB Symposium, 2005.

‘Theoretical and Experimental Study of High-Q Resonant Modes in TeraHertz Optical

Systems’, W. Jellema, S. Withington, N. Trappe, J.A. Murphy, and W. Wild,

29th International Conference on Infrared and Millimeter Waves, 2004.

‘ALMA ‘ The Atacama Large Millimeter Array’, Brown, R., Wild, W., and Cunningham, C.,

Proc. of COSPAR Symposium on Space-Based Astronomy, 2002.

CURRICULUM VITAE
1. Name

H.J. Wörtche


2. Professional address

Kernfysisch Versneller Instituut KVI)

University of Groningen

Zernikelaan 25

NL – 9747AA Groningen

The Netherlands


3. Current position

Senior researcher nuclear-structure physics at KVI

Associated professor, Physics Department, University of Groningen
4. Participation in the AIIAP Master Program

4.1 Discipline and field



  • Particle and photon detectors

  • Architecture and control of complex nuclear detector systems

  • Industrial applications of nuclear instrumentation

  • Nuclear structure of stable and exotic nuclei

4.2 Teaching in the AIIAP programme

Basic and advanced courses on detector physics

Basic and advanced practical training courses in nuclear instrumentation


5. Education and degrees

Physics diploma, Technical University of Darmstadt, 1989

PhD Physics, Technical University of Darmstadt 1994
6. Command of languages

German, English, Dutch, French, Latin


7. Main research interests related to the AIIAP programme

Control of complex nuclear detector systems

High-performance data-acquisition systems

Nuclear structure


Committees
Coordinator data-acquisition systems at KVI

Coordinator nuclear experiments control systems at FAIR/GSI, Germany

8. Selected recent publications
H. J. Wörtche for the EUROSUPERNOVA collaboration

Instrumentation for and first results on nuclear responses for supernova explosions

Nucl. Phys. A687, 321 (2001)


H. J. Wörtche, A. M. van den Berg, V. M. Hannen, M. N. Harakeh, M. A. de Huu, D. De Frenne, M. Hagemann, J. Heyse, E. Jacobs, C. Bäumer, D. Frekers, S. Rakers, R. Schmidt,

High resolution studies of low lying GT strength using the (d,2He) reaction and its impact on electron-capture rates in stellar environments

Nucl. Phys. A719, 131, (2003)


S. Hamieh, H.J. Wörtche, C. Bäumer, A.M. van den Berg, D. Frekers, M.N. Harakeh, J. Heyse, M. Hunyadi, M.A. de Huu, C. Polachic, C. Rangacharyulu

Testing quantum correlations with nuclear probes

J. Phys. G 30, 481 (2004)


D. Savran, A.M. van den Berg, M.N. Harakeh, K. Ramspeck, H.J Wörtche, A. Zilges,

High-resolution -spectroscopy at the Big-Bite Spectrometer,



accepted for publication in Nucl. Instr, Meth. in Physics Research
For the full body of publications, see: www.kvi.nl/~berg/ns/ns_index.html


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