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Absolwenci


 

Ananda Deepika Bollimpalli

Thesis title: Temporal Variability Processes in Discs and Shells around Compact Objects

Supervisor: Włodzimierz Kluźniak

Year of defence: 2020



Krystian Iłkiewicz

Thesis title: Badanie populacji akreujących białych karłów

Supervisor: Joanna Mikołajewska

Year of defence: 2020



Magdalena Sieniawska

Thesis title: Rotating neutron stars: dense -matter interiors and gravitational-wave searches using time-domain F-statiscic methods

Supervisor: Michał Bejger

Year of defence: 2020



Maitrayee Gupta

Thesis title: Comparison of AGN properties in luminous radio galaxies to their radio-quiet counterparts

Supervisor: Marek Sikora

Year of defence: 2021



Vadym Khomenko

Thesis title: Superfluid Neutron Star Dynamics

Supervisor: Brynmor Haskell

Year of defence: 2021



Samaresh Mondal

(Brera Astronomical Observatory, INAF, Merate, Italy)

Thesis title: Probing the nature of super-Eddington accretion in ultraluminous X-ray sources

Supervisor: Agata Różańska

Year of defence: 2021



Henryka Netzel

(Konkoly Observatory, Hungary)

Thesis title: Badanie gwiazd klasycznego pasa niestabilności metodami asterosejsmologii

Supervisor: Radosław Smolec

Year of defence: 2021



David Abarca

Thesis title: Numerical simulations of accretion onto neutron stars

Supervisor: Włodzimierz Kluźniak

Year of defence: 2022



Marta Dziełak

Thesis title: Constraining the geometry of the accretion flow in black hole X-ray binaries

Supervisor: Andrzej Zdziarski, Barbara De Marco

Year of defence: 2022



Lorenzo Gavassino

Thesis title: Thermodynamic methods for relativistic hydrodynamics

Supervisor: Brynmor Haskell

Year of defence: 2022



Filip Morawski

Thesis title: Applications of machine learning methods in gravitational-wave detectors data analysis

Supervisor: Michał Bejger, Elena Cuoco

Year of defence: 2022



Katarzyna Rusinek-Abarca

(Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw)

Thesis title: Observational constraints on jet production efficiency in Active Galactic Nuclei

Supervisor: Marek Sikora

Year of defence: 2022



Ankan Sur

(Princeton University, USA)

Ankan Sur was born in Kolkata, West Bengal, India. He obtained his BSc degree in physics from the St. Xavier's College of the University of Calcutta, and an MSc degree in Physics and Astronomy at the University of Amsterdam, where he was an Amsterdam Excellence Scholar. During his masters' thesis, he worked as part of the LIGO Virgo Collaboration on the statistical measurement of the Hubble constant. He joined CAMK to work on neutron star magnetic fields and on gravitational-wave mountains under the supervision of Dr. Brynmor Haskell. He was awarded the President's Scholarship of the Polish Academy of Sciences in 2021, and was also a predoc at the Flatiron Institute in New York. Following his completion of PhD, Ankan joined Princeton University in the US for his postdoctoral work.

Thesis title: Magnetic fields in isolated neutron stars: from the interior to the exterior

Supervisor: Brynmor Haskell

Year of defence: 2022



Bartłomiej Zgirski

(Nicolaus Copernicus Astronomical Center)

Thesis title: Selected Methods of Precision Distance Determinations to Nearby Galaxies

Supervisor: Grzegorz Pietrzyński

Year of defence: 2022


 

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