Key members of the aiiap faculty



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Key members of the AIIAP faculty

STAFF UNIVERSITY OF LEUVEN


C.C. Aerts

(Instituut voor Sterrenkunde, University of Leuven, Radboud University Nijmegen)

Tenured Associate Professor, University of Leuven, Part-time Professor, University Nijmegen
J.A.D.L. Blommaert

(Instituut voor Sterrenkunde, University of Leuven)

Postdoctoral fellow
L.K.E. Decin

(Instituut voor Sterrenkunde, University of Leuven)

Postdoctoral fellow
P. Van Duppen

(Instituut voor Kern- en Stralingsfysica, University of Leuven)

Full professor, University of Leuven
M.A.T. Groenewegen

(Instituut voor Sterrenkunde, University of Leuven)

Postdoctoral fellow
E.H.M. Huygen

(Instituut voor Sterrenkunde, University of Leuven)

Postdoctoral fellow
P. Lievens

Laboratorium voor Vaste-Stoffysica en Magnetisme

Professor, University of Leuven
G. Neyens

(Instituut voor Kern- en Stralingsfysica, University of Leuven)

Assistent professor, University of Leuven
N. Severijns

(Instituut voor Kern- en Stralingsfysica, University of Leuven)

Professor, University of Leuven
B.K.P. Vandenbussche

(Instituut voor Sterrenkunde, University of Leuven)

Postdoctoral fellow
C. Waelkens

(Instituut voor Sterrenkunde, University of Leuven)

Ordinarius, University of Leuven, Head of the Institute for Astronomy
H. Van Winckel

(Instituut voor Sterrenkunde, University of Leuven)

Associate Professor, University of Leuven

CURRICULUM VITAE


1. Name

C.C. Aerts


2. Professional address

Instituut voor Sterrenkunde

Departement Natuurkunde en Sterrenkunde

Katholieke Universiteit Leuven

Celestijnenlaan 200

B - 3001

Belgium

and


Afdeling Sterrenkunde

Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen

Toernooiveld 1

6525 ED Nijmegen

The Netherlands
3. Current position

Tenured Associate Professor (“Hoogleraar”) at the Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium

Part-time Professor (“Bijzonder Hoogleraar”) leading the Chair Asteroseismology at the Radboud University

Nijmegen, the Netherlands.


4. Participation in the AIIAP Master Program

4.1 Discipline and field

Stellar structure, stellar evolution, asteroseismology, non-radial pulsations, high-resolution spectroscopy,

line-profile variations, multicolour photometry, mode identification, radiation-driven winds, time-series

analysis, astrostatistics, automated classification, clustering analysis.

Detailed studies of Cep stars, slowly pulsating B stars, Scuti stars, Doradus stars, Be stars, B supergiants.


4.2 Teaching in the AIIAP programme

Stellar Structure and Evolution

Advanced Astrophysics

Asteroseismology

Practicum Astronomy
5. Education and degrees

1988: Master (“licentiaat”) in Mathematics, University of Antwerp, Belgium

1993: PhD Catholic University of Leuven
6. Command of languages

Dutch, English, French


7. Main research interests related to the AIIAP programme

  • Advanced Astrophysics

  • Asteroseismology

  • Practicum Astronomy




  1. Selected recent publications

Aerts, C., De Pauw, M., Waelkens, C., 1992, Mode identification of pulsating stars from line profile

variations with the moment method. An example: the Cephei star Ceti, Astron. Astrophys. 266,

294 – 306


Aerts, C., 1996, Mode identification from line-profile variations with the moment method: a more

accurate discriminant, Astron. Astrophys. 314, 115 – 122


Aerts, C., Eyer, L., Kestens, E., 1998, The discovery of new gamma Doradus stars from the HIPPARCOS

mission, Astron. Astrophys. 337, 790 – 796


Aerts, C., Thoul, A., Das´zynska, J., Scuflaire, R.,Waelkens, C., Dupret, M-A., Niemczura, E., Noels,

A., 2003, Asteroseismology of HD129929: Core Overshooting and Nonrigid Rotation, Science, 300,

Issue 5627, 1926 – 1928
Aerts, C., De Cat, P., Kuschnig, R., Matthews, J., Guenther, D.B., Moffat, A.F.J., Rucinski, S.M.,

Sasselov, D., Walker, G.A.H., Weiss, W.W, 2006, Discovery of the new slowly pulsating B star HD

163830 (B5II/III) from MOST spacebased photometry, The Astrophysical Journal Letters, in press

CURRICULUM VITAE


1. Name

J.A.D.L. Blommaert


2. Professional address

Instituut voor Sterrenkunde

Departement Natuurkunde en Sterrenkunde

Katholieke Universiteit Leuven

Celestijnenlaan 200

B - 3001

Belgium
3. Current position

Postdoctoral fellow at the “Instituut voor Sterrenkunde” of the University of Leuven


4. Participation in the AIIAP Master Program
4.1 Discipline and field

  • Star evolution

  • Infrared and radio astronomy

  • Photometry

4.2 Teaching in the AIIAP programme

Practical courses astronomy
5. Education and degrees

1987: M. Sc. Astronomy, University of Leiden

1992: Ph.D. Astronomy, University of Leiden
6. Command of languages

Dutch, English, French


7. Main research interests related to the AIIAP programme

  • Star evolution

  • Infrared and radio astronomy

  • Photometry

8. Selected recent publications

CURRICULUM VITAE
1. Name

L.K.E. Decin


2. Professional address

Instituut voor Sterrenkunde

Departement Natuurkunde en Sterrenkunde

Katholieke Universiteit Leuven

Celestijnenlaan 200

B - 3001

Belgium
3. Current position

Postdoctoral Fellow of the Fund for Scientific Research of Flanders (FWO)


4. Participation in the AIIAP Master Program
4.1 Discipline and field

Stellar atmospheres, circumstellar envelopes, radiative transfer, infrared spectroscopy, calibration of infrared

instruments, astrostatistics, non-equilibrium chemistry, AGB stars
4.2 Teaching in the AIIAP programme

Stellar atmospheres


5. Education and degrees

1996: M. Sc. Mathematics, University of Leuven

1996: Teacher Diploma, Mathematics, University of Leuven

2000: PhD Astronomy, , University of Leuven


6. Command of languages

Dutch, English, French


7. Main research interests related to the AIIAP programme

  • Stellar atmospheres

Teaching experience


1996 – 2003: Teaching of exercises on “Mathematics for Economists”

2000 – present: coordinator of all teaching duties at the Institute of Astronomy

2003 – present: coordinator of “Pilootproject voor de onderwijskundige begeleiding en motivering van beginnende assistenten”, at the Department of Exact Science


  1. Selected recent publications

Decin L., Waelkens C., Eriksson K., Gustafsson B., Plez B., Sauval A.J., Van Assche W., Vandenbussche

B., ISO-SWS calibration and the accurate modelling of cool-star atmospheres. I. Method,

Astron. Astrophys. 364, 137 – 156
Decin L., Vandenbussche B., Waelkens C., Eriksson K., Gustafsson B., Plez B., Sauval A.J., Hinkle

K., ISO-SWS calibration and the accurate modelling of cool-star atmospheres II. General results,



Astron. Astrophys. 400, 679 – 694
Decin L.,Morris P.W., Appleton P.N, Charmandaris V., Armus L., Houck J.R.MARCS-Model Stellar

Atmospheres and Their Application to the Photometric Calibration of the Spitzer Space Telescope

Infrared Spectrograph (IRS), Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series 154, 408
Decin L., Van Winkel H., Waelkens C., Bakker E.J., 1998, Photospheric composition of the carbonrich

21 micron post-AGB stars IRAS 22223+4327 and IRAS 04296+3429, Astron. Astrophys. 332,

928 – 938
Decin L., Hony S., de Koter A., Justtanont K., Tielens A.G.G.M.,Waters L.B.F.M., Probing the massloss

history of AGB and red supergiant stars from CO rotational line profles. I. Theoretical model –

Mass-loss history unraveled in VY CMa, 2006, Astronomy & Astrophysics, accepted for publication

CURRICULUM VITAE


1. Name

P. Van Duppen


2. Professional address

Instituut voor Kern- en Stralingsfysica

K.U. Leuven

Celestijnenlaan 200 D

B-3001 Leuven

Belgium
3. Current position

Full Professor in Physics, K.U.Leuven
4. Participation in the EM Master Program

4.1 Discipline and field



  • Structure of Exotic Nuclei

  • Properties of exotic nuclei, mainly through beta-decay and reactions

  • Production of exotic nuclei via laser ionization

4.2 Teaching in the AIIAP programme

Basic and advanced courses in nuclear physics

Basic and advanced courses in nuclear instrumentation and experimental methods


5. Education and degrees

Master Physics, K.U. Leuven, 1981

Diploma for teaching at the secondary school, K.U. Leuven, 1982

PhD in Physics, K.U. Leuven, 1985

Habilitation, K.U.Leuven, 1992
6. Command of languages

Dutch, English, French


7. Main research interests related to the AIIAP programme

Exotic nuclei

Nuclear structure

Radioactive beams

Nuclear instrumentation
8. Selected recent publications
Nature 439 (2006) p. 298302

Proton-proton correlations observed in two-proton radioactivity of 94Ag

Mukha I., Roeckl E., Batist L., Blazhev A., Dˆring J., Grawe H., Grigorenko L., Huyse M., Janas Z., Kirchner R., La Commara M., Mazzocchi Ch., Tabor S.L. and Van Duppen P.
Physical Review Letters 94 (2005) p.172501.

"Safe" Coulomb Excitation of 30Mg"

Niedermaier O., Scheit H., Bildstein V., Boie H., Fitting J., von Hahn R., Kˆck F., Lauer M., Pal U. K., Podlech H., Repnow R., Schwalm D., Alvarez C., Ames F., Bollen G., Emhofer S., Habs D., Kester O., Lutter R., Rudolph K., Pasini M., Thirolf P. G., Wolf B. H., Eberth J., Gersch G., Hess H., Reiter P., Thelen O., Warr N., Weisshaar D., Aksouh F., Van Den Bergh P., Van Duppen P., Huyse M., Ivanov O., Mayet P., Van de Walle J., ƒystˆ J., Butler P. A., Cederk‰ll J., Delahaye P., Fynbo H. O. U., Fraile L. M., Forstner O., Franchoo S., Kˆster U., Nilsson T., Oinonen M., Sieber T., Wenander F., Pantea M., Richter A., Schrieder G., Simon H., Behrens T., Gernh‰user R., Krˆll T., Kr¸cken R., M¸nch M., Davinson T., Gerl J., Huber G., Hurst A., Iwanicki J., Jonson B., Lieb P., Liljeby L., Schempp A., Scherillo A., Schmidt P., and Walter G.
Physical Review Letters 92 (2004) p.112501-1.

"Unambiguous identification of three b-decaying isomers in 70Cu"

Van Roosbroeck J., GuÈnaut C., Audi G., Beck D., Blaum K., Bollen G., Cederkall J., Delahaye P., De Maesschalck A., De Witte H., Fedorov D., Fedoseyev V. N., Franchoo S., Fynbo H. O. U., GÛrska M., Herfurth F., Heyde K., Huyse M., Kellerbauer A., Kluge H.-J., Kˆster U., Kruglov K., Lunney D., Mishin V. I., Mueller W. F., Nagy Sz., Schwarz S., Schweikhard L., Smirnova N. A., Van de Vel K., Van Duppen P., Van Dyck A., Walters W. B., Weissman L., and Yazidjian C.
Nuclear Instruments and Methods in physics research B204 (2003) 9-16

Technological challenges of new radioactive beam facilities

P. Van Duppen
Nature 405 (2000) p.430-433

"A triplet of differently shaped spin-zero states in the atomic nucleus 186Pb"

Andreyev A., Huyse M., Van Duppen P., Weissman L., Ackermann D., Gerl J., Hessberger F., Hofmann S., Kleinbohl A., M¸nzenberg G., Reshitko S., Schlegel C., Schaffner H., Cagarda P., Matos M., Saro S., Keenan A., Moore C., O'Leary C. D., Page R. D., Taylor M., Kettunen H., Leino M., Lavrentiev A, Wyss R., and Heyde K..

CURRICULUM VITAE


1. Name

M.A.T. Groenewegen


2. Professional address

Instituut voor Sterrenkunde

Departement Natuurkunde en Sterrenkunde

Katholieke Universiteit Leuven

Celestijnenlaan 200

B - 3001

Belgium
3. Current position

Postdoctoral Fellow at the Catholic University of Leuven


4. Participation in the AIIAP Master Program
4.1 Discipline and field

Stellar evolution and properties


4.2 Teaching in the AIIAP programme

Practical training courses

Thesis supervision
5. Education and degrees

1988: M. Sc. Astronomy, University of Uttrecht

1993: PhD Astronomy, University of Amsterdam
6. Command of languages

Dutch, English, German


7. Main research interests related to the AIIAP programme

Stellar evolution and properties

8. Selected recent publications
Groenewegen M.A.T., Lamers H.J.G.L.M., 1989, A&AS 79, 359–383, “The winds of O-stars I: An analysis

of the UV line profiles using the SEI method”


Groenewegen M.A.T., de Jong T., 1993, A&A 267, 410–432, “Synthetic AGB evolution I: A new model”

Oudmaijer R.D., Groenewegen M.A.T., Schrijver H., 1998, MNRAS 294, L41–L46, “The Lutz-Kelker bias

I n trigonometric parallaxes”
Groenewegen M.A.T., 2000, A&A 363, 901–916, “LMC and SMC Cepheids: combining OGLE with DENIS

and 2MASS infrared data”


Salaris M., Groenewegen M.A.T., 2002, A&A 381, 440–445, “An empirical method to estimate distances

using B-stars in eclipsing binary systems”

CURRICULUM VITAE
1. Name

E.H.M. Huygen


2. Professional address

Instituut voor Sterrenkunde

Departement Natuurkunde en Sterrenkunde

Katholieke Universiteit Leuven

Celestijnenlaan 200

B - 3001

Belgium
3. Current position

Postdoctoral fellow at the “Instituut voor Sterrenkunde” of the University of Leuven


4. Participation in the AIIAP Master Program
4.1 Discipline and field

  • Astronomical instrumentation

  • Data reduction techniques and algorithms

4.2 Teaching in the AIIAP programme

Practical training courses

Data analysis courses


5. Education and degrees

1985: M. Sc. Analytical Chemistry, University of Leuven

1993: PhD Chemistry, University of Leuven
6. Command of languages

Dutch, English, French


7. Main research interests related to the AIIAP programme

  • Astronomical instrumentation

  • Data reduction techniques and algorithms

8. Selected recent publications


CURRICULUM VITAE
1. Name

P. Lievens


2. Professional address

Laboratorium voor Vaste-Stoffysica en Magnetisme

K.U.Leuven

Celestijnenlaan 200 D

B-3001 Leuven

Belgium
3. Current position

Professor in Physics
4. Participation in the EM Master Program

4.1 Discipline and field



  • Ground state properties of exotic nuclei investigated with laser spectroscopy

  • Clusters: mass spectrometry, laser spectroscopy, cluster assemblies and physical properties

4.2 Teaching in the AIIAP programme

Basic courses in physics

Specialized courses on "nanoscale physics and laser spectroscopy"


5. Education and degrees

Licentiaat Physics, K.U.Leuven, 1985

PhD in Physics, K.U.Leuven, 1991
6. Command of languages

Dutch, English, French


7. Main research interests related to the AIIAP programme

  • Size and composition dependent properties of gas phase Clusters

  • Physical properties of cluster assembled films

8. Selected recent publications

Element and size dependent electron delocalization in AuNX+ clusters (X=Sc, Ti, V, Cr, Mn, Fe, Co, Ni),

S. Neukermans, E. Janssens, H. Tanaka, R.E. Silverans, P. Lievens,

Physical Review Letters 90 (2003) 033401.
sigma-aromaticity of the bimetallic Au5Zn+ cluster,

H. Tanaka, S. Neukermans, E. Janssens, R.E. Silverans, P. Lievens,

Journal of the American Chemical Society (Communications) 125 (2003) 2862-2863.
Resonant and non-resonant laser ionization of sputtered uranium atoms from thin films and single micro-particles,

N. Erdman, M. Betti, F. Kollmer, A. Benninghoven, C. Gr¸ning, V. Philipsen, P. Lievens, R.E. Silverans, and E. Vandeweert,

Analytical Chemistry 75 (2003) 3175-3181.
Extremely stable metal-encapsulated AlPb10+ and AlPb12+ clusters: mass spectrometric discovery and density functional theory study,

S. Neukermans, E. Janssens, Z.F. Chen, R.E. Silverans, P.v.R. Schleyer, P. Lievens,

Physical Review Letters 92 (2004) 163401.
Quenching of the magnetic moment of a transition metal dopant in silver clusters,

E. Janssens, S. Neukermans, H.M.T. Nguyen, M.T. Nguyen, P. Lievens,

Physical Review Letters 94 (2005) 113401.

CURRICULUM VITAE


1. Name

G. Neyens


2. Professional address

Instituut voor Kern- en Stralingsfysica

K.U. Leuven

Celestijnenlaan 200 D

B-3001 Leuven

Belgium
3. Current position

Assistent professor in "Nuclear and Radiation Physics"
4. Participation in the EM Master Program
4.1 Discipline and field


  • Structure of Exotic Nuclei

  • Properties of exotic nuclei: nuclear moments

  • Spin-orientation techniques for exotic nuclei research based on lasers and nuclear reactions

4.2 Teaching in the AIIAP programme


Basic and advanced courses in nuclear physics

Basic and advanced courses in nuclear instrumentation and experimental methods

Specialized course on "medical applications of nuclear physics"
5. Education and degrees

Master Physics, K.U. Leuven, 1987

Diploma for teaching at the secondary school, K.U. Leuven, 1987

PhD in Nuclear Physics, K.U. Leuven, 1993


6. Command of languages

Dutch, English, French


7. Main research interests related to the AIIAP programme

  • Exotic nuclei

  • Nuclear structure

  • Nuclear moments

  • Spin-orientation methods

8. Selected recent publications


Physical Review Letters 94, 022501(2005)

Measurement of the spin and magnetic moment of 31Mg -- Evidence for a strongly deformed intruder ground state.î

G. Neyens, M. Kowalska, D. Yordanov, K. Blaum, P. Himpe, P. Lievens, S. Mallion, R. Neugart, N. Vermeulen, Y. Utsuno and T. Otsuka
Physical Review Letters 93 (4) 142503 (2004)

Magnetic Moment of the Fragmentation-Aligned 61Fe(9/2+) Isomerî

I. Matea, G. Georgiev, J.M. Daugas, M. Hass, G. Neyens, R. Astabatyan, L.T. Baby, D.L. Balabanski, G. B¥elier, D. Borremans, G. Goldring, H. Goutte, P. Himpe, M. Lewitowicz, S. Lukyanov, V. M¥eot, F. de Oliveira Santos, Yu.E. Penionzhkevich, O. Roig, and M. Sawicka . 2004.

Physics Letters B 569 (3-4): 151-158 (2003)

Self-consistent approach to deformation of intruder states in neutron-deficient Pb and Po. ì

Smirnova, NA; Heenen, PH; Neyens, G.


Reports on Progress in Physics 66 (4): 633-689 (2003)

Nuclear magnetic and quadrupole moments for nuclear structure research on exotic nuclei

Neyens, G.
Physics Letters B 537, 45-50 (2002)

Spin and magnetic moment of 31Al ground stateî

D. Borremans, S. Teughels, N. A. Smirnova, D.L. Balabanski, N. Coulier, J.-M. Daugas, F. de Oliveira Santos, G. Georgiev, M. Lewitowicz, I. Matea, Yu.E. Penionzhkevich, W.-D. Schmidt-Ott, Yu. Sobolev, M. Stanoui, K. Vyvey and G. Neyens

CURRICULUM VITAE


1. Name

N. Severijns


2. Professional address

Instituut voor Kern- en Stralingsfysica

K.U. Leuven

Celestijnenlaan 200 D

B-3001 Leuven

Belgium
3. Current position

Professor in "Nuclear and Radiation Physics"
4. Participation in the EM Master Program

4.1 Discipline and field



  • Fundamental properties of the Weak Interaction at low energies

  • Correlations in nuclear beta decay and in neutron decay

  • Structure of Exotic Nuclei

4.2 Teaching in the AIIAP programme

Basic and advanced courses in nuclear physics

Basic and advanced courses in nuclear instrumentation and experimental methods


5. Education and degrees

Master of Physics, K.U. Leuven, 1983

Diploma for teaching at the secondary school, K.U. Leuven, 1984

PhD in Nuclear Physics, K.U. Leuven, 1989

Habilitation, K.U.Leuven, 1994
6. Command of languages

Dutch, English, French


7. Main research interests related to the AIIAP programme

  • Weak interaction

  • Nuclear beta decay

  • Exotic nuclei

  • Nuclear structure

  • Ion trapping

  • Nuclear orientation

8. Selected recent publications


Reviews of Modern Physics - in press

Tests of the standard electroweak model in beta decay

N. Severijns, M. Beck, O. Naviliat-Cuncic
Physical Review C 71 (2005) 064310

Isospin mixing in the T=5/2 ground state of 71Asî

N. Severijns, D. Venos, P. Schuurmans, M. Beck, B. DelaurÈ, V.V. Golovko, M. Honusek, I.S. Kraev, T. Phalet, D. Srnka, B. Vereecke, S. Versyck, D. Zakoucky, and U. Kˆster
European Physical Journal C33 (2004) 1-8

Quark Mixing, CKM Unitarity

H. Abele, E. Barberio, D. Dubbers, F. Gl¸ck, J.C. Hardy, W.J. Marciano, A. Serebrov, N. Severijns
Physical Review C70 (2004) 014312

Nuclear magnetic moment of 59Cu with on-line b-NMR on oriented nuclei

V. Golovko, I. Kraev, T. Phalet, N. Severijns, B. DelaurÈ, M. Beck, V. Kozlov, A. Lindroth, S. Versyck, P. Herzog, C. Tramm, D. Zakoucky, D. Venos, D. Srnka, M. Honusek, U. Kˆster, I.S. Towner and the ISOLDE Collaboration
Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research A 503 (2003) 567-579

WITCH: A recoil spectrometer for weak interaction and nuclear physics studies

M. Beck, B. Delaure, V.V. Golovko, V.Yu. Kozlov, I.S. Kraev, A. Lindroth, T. Phalet, P. Schuurmans, N. Severijns, B. Vereecke, S. Versyck, D. Beck, W. Quint, F. Ames, G. Bollen and the ISOLDE, EUROTRAPS and NIPNET collaborations
Nuclear Physics A 694 (2001) 559-589

Positron polarization in the decay of polarized 12N: a precision test of the Standard Model

E. Thomas, R.Prieels, J.Deutsch, J.Govaerts, F.Gimeno-Nogues, I.Pepe, M.Allet, K.Bodek, J.Lang, O.Naviliat-Cuncic, J.Sromicki, P.Quin, N.Severijns, J.Camps
CURRICULUM VITAE
1. Name

B.K.P. Vandenbussche


2. Professional address

Instituut voor Sterrenkunde

Departement Natuurkunde en Sterrenkunde

Katholieke Universiteit Leuven

Celestijnenlaan 200

B - 3001

Belgium
3. Current position

Postdoctoral fellow at the “Instituut voor Sterrenkunde” of the University of Leuven


4. Participation in the AIIAP Master Program
4.1 Discipline and field

  • Astronomical instrumentation

  • Calibration strategies for infrared spectroscopy and photometry

  • Data-reduction techniques and -algorithms

  • Astronomical data mining and automatic classification algorithms

  • Circumstellar material around young stars

  • Astrochemistry of the interstellar medium

4.2 Teaching in the AIIAP programme

Practical training courses

Instrumentation


5. Education and degrees
1995: M. Sc. Computer Science, University of Leuven,

2003: PhD Physics, University of Leuven


6. Command of languages

Dutch, English, French


7. Main research interests related to the AIIAP programme

  • Astronomical instrumentation

  • Calibration strategies for infrared spectroscopy and photometry

  • Data-reduction techniques and -algorithms

  • Astronomical data mining and automatic classification algorithms

  • Circumstellar material around young stars

  • Astrochemistry of the interstellar medium

8. Selected recent publications

CURRICULUM VITAE
1. Name

C. Waelkens


2. Professional address

Instituut voor Sterrenkunde

Departement Natuurkunde en Sterrenkunde

Katholieke Universiteit Leuven

Celestijnenlaan 200

B - 3001

Belgium
3. Current position
Ordinarius at the University of .Leuven, Head of the Institute for Astronomy
4. Participation in the AIIAP Master Program
4.1 Discipline and field



4.2 Teaching in the AIIAP programme


Science of the Cosmos

The Solar system

Stellar atmospheres
5. Education and degrees

1977: M. Sc. Physics, University of Leuven

1984: PhD Physics, University of Leuven

6. Command of languages

Dutch, English, French
7. Main research interests related to the AIIAP programme
Committees and memberships
PanelMember (1994-2000), FullMember (1995-2000) and Chair (1997-2000) of the Observing Programme

Committee at ESO.

Adviser in the Belgian delegation of the Science Programme Committee at the European Space Agency

ESA since 1992.

Member of the Observing Time Allocation Committee for the Infrared Space Observatory ISO (1994-1998)

and Chair of the European Time Allocation Committee for the Astro-F satellite (2005).

2002 – 2004: Member of the Science Team of the ESA Herschel Observatory since 1998 and of the EU-US

MIRI Science Team for the James Webb Space Telescope since 2004.


8. Selected recent publications

123 publications in international peer-reviewed journals, 116 porceedings papers, 5 chapters in books

CURRICULUM VITAE
1. Name

H. Van Winckel


2. Professional address

Instituut voor Sterrenkunde

Departement Natuurkunde en Sterrenkunde

Katholieke Universiteit Leuven

Celestijnenlaan 200

B - 3001

Belgium
3. Current position

Associate Professor, University of Leuven


4. Participation in the AIIAP Master Program
4.1 Discipline and field

  • Observational Astronomy

  • Final stellar evolution

  • Post-AGB stars

  • AGB nucleosynthesis

  • Binary star research

4.2 Teaching in the AIIAP programme

5. Education and degrees

1995 PhD Astronomy, University of Leuven


6. Command of languages

Dutch, English, French


7. Main research interests related to the AIIAP programme

  • Observational Astronomy

  • Final stellar evolution

  • Post-AGB stars

  • AGB nucleosynthesis

  • Binary star research

8. Selected recent publications



51 papers in international peer-reviewed journals; 50 proceedings papers.



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