Dave Russell

Associate Professor of Physics, Assistant Professor of Physics


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    Dave Russell's research interests concern accreting compact objects - black holes and neutron stars - and their energetic output in the form of radiation and jets. His work, analyzing a wealth of broadband (radio-infrared-optical-ultraviolet-X-ray) observations of X-ray binaries and related objects, has led to a deeper understanding of the accretion process in the extreme gravitational fields near compact objects.

    Education/Academic qualification

    Astronomy, Ph.D., Optical and infrared emission from discs, jets and nebulae associated with X-ray binaries, University of Southampton

    Oct 1 2004Sep 30 2007

    Award Date: Feb 11 2008

    Astrophysics, M.Sc. by research, Radio studies of galaxy evolution, University of Hertfordshire

    Oct 1 2003Sep 30 2004

    Award Date: May 13 2005


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