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Yr Athro Stephen A Eales

Yr Athro Stephen A Eales

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Email:
steve.eales@astro.cf.ac.uk
Telephone:
+44 (0)29 2087 6168
Location:
N/3.29, Adeiladau'r Frenhines - Adeilad y Gogledd, 5 The Parade, Heol Casnewydd, Caerdydd, CF24 3AA
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I did a Physics degree in Cambridge and then did a Ph.D. in theCambridge radio-astronomy group. I then moved to Hawaii for athree-year postdoctoral research position. Another another postdocat the Space Telescope Science Institute, I became an assistantprofessor at the University of Toronto. I finally returned to theUK in 1994, when I took up my present position at Cardiff.

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  • Eales, S. A., Wynn-Williams, C. G. and Beichman, C. A. 1987. VLA observations of a sample of galaxies with high far-infrared luminosities. Presented at: Star formation in galaxies, Pasadena, CA, 16-19 June 1986 Presented at Lonsdale Persson, C. J. ed.Star Formation in Galaxies; Proceedings of a Conference Held at the California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, California, June 16-19 1986. NASA Conference publication Washington DC: National Aeronautics & Space Adminstration pp. 531-536.
  • Eales, S. A.et al. 1987. Observations of luminous IRAS galaxies with an infrared array. Presented at: Infrared astronomy with arrays : Workshop on Ground-based Astronomical Observations with Infrared Array Detectors, Hilo, Hawaii, 24-26 March 1987 Presented at Wynn-Williams, C. G., Becklin, E. E. and Good, L. H. eds.Infrared astronomy with arrays : proceedings of the Workshop on Ground-based Astronomical Observations with Infrared Array Detectors : University of Hawaii at Hilo, 24-26 March 1987. Honolulu, Hawaii: University of Hawaii, Institute for Astronomy pp. 345-349.
  • Eales, S. A.et al. 1987. The near-infrared structures of the centers of luminous IRAS galaxies and Seyfert galaxies [Abstract]. Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society 20, pp. 1067-1068.

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I currently teach Synoptic Astrophysics, a second-year course in which there are no formal lectures. I just set the students a real problem at the beginning of the class and let them get on with it.

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