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Joseph Lyman

I am a post-doctoral researcher in the Astrophysics group at Warwick, starting in January 2014. My research is concerned primarily with observing the transient sky and revealing the culprits of these luminous events. I have particular interest in constraining the progenitors of core-collapse supernovae through observations of their explosions and the environments they inhabit within their hosts. Alongside this I study unusual or peculiar SNe, the progenitors of which are poorly understood, in the hopes of constraining models.

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