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Research at St Andrews

Anne-Marie Weijmans

Person

Anne-Marie Weijmans
Postal address:
School of Physics & Astronomy
(Astronomy)


United Kingdom

E-mail: amw23@st-andrews.ac.uk

Direct phone: +44 (0)1334 462823

Research overview

My research concentrates on the structure and evolution of galaxies, and I use integral-field spectroscopy to study these systems. My main research topic is the study of dark and stellar haloes in early-type galaxies, where I use integral-field spectrographs as 'photon-buckets' to collect enough lights in the faint outskirts of galaxies to measure stellar absorption kinematics and line indices.

Other topics that I work on include shapes and morphologies of nearby galaxies. I am also active as the data release coordinator of SDSS-IV, the Lead Observer of the MaNGA (Mapping Nearby Galaxies at APO) survey, and the project manager of Shine.

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