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Tom Marsh

Following the news of the death of Professor Tom Marsh, there is a book of condolence to share memories of Tom and messages of condolence to one another and to Tom's family. Entries are being collated and published as they arrive and will eventually be printed and gifted to Tom's family.

I started the Astronomy & Astrophysics group at Warwick in 2003. My research interests are accretion in, and the evolution of, binary stars. I am also interested in the observational techniques needed to study these objects. My major projects of the last few years have been the use and exploitation of ULTRACAM and HiPERCAM which are high-speed multi-band CCD imagers. My work touches on the area of gravitational waves as the objects I study are thought to be amongst the strongest emitters for the proposed space-based GRW detector, LISA.

Useful links:

Software My publications from ADS.
My other pages Undergraduate projects
HiPERCAM PX271 resources
ULTRACAM Travel expense forms

ULTRACAM on the 4.2m WHT

Write to:

Prof. T.R.Marsh, Department of Physics, University of Warwick, Coventry, CV4 7AL

Contact Details:

Office: A1.14 (Millburn)
+44 (0)24765 74739