Field-Of-Study: Physical Science

Mario Hamuy

Mario Hamuy is a Chilean astronomer and Full Professor at the Astronomy Department of Universidad de Chile. He is well known for his research on all classes of supernovae, especially in the use of Type Ia and Type II supernovae as distance indicators and the measurement of fundamental cosmological parameters. Hamuy obtained his Ph.D. in

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Laurent Loinard

Often cited as one of the most promising young astrophysicists in Mexico, Laurent Loinard won international plaudits for his creative use of the high-precision astrometry capabilities of the Very Long Baseline Array (VLBA) to produce unprecedentedly accurate measurements of distances to the most frequently studied regions of star formation. Now that the VLA is being

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Daniel de Florian

Adjunct Professor at the Physics Department of Facultad de Ciencias Exactas y Naturales since 2002, Daniel de Florian received his Ph.D. from the University of La Plata in 1995 and held postdoctoral positions at CERN and ETH-Zurich.  He is also a researcher of CONICET. Daniel de Florian’s main scientific interest is the phenomenology of high-energy physics,

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