Carol Anne Oxborrow

Carol Anne Oxborrow

Researcher and communications officer

Elektrovej, Building 327, Room 212

2800 Kgs. Lyngby

Denmark

Phone: 45259733

Fax: 45259575

I am a physicist at the Danish National Space Institute working on the scientific and instrumental data analysis software for a number of satellite-based astronomical instruments. Currently this includes JEM-X on the INTEGRAL satellite, which was launched in 2002, and HFI on the Planck satellite that was launched in May 2009.

Since January 2014 I have been the communications office for DTU Space and the web editor for the website ESA-astronaut.dk.

As well as writing and maintaining software I hold lectures/activities on astronomy and cosmology for school children in the Greater Copenhagen area.

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Education

1980 - 1983 Associate of the Royal College of Science - Royal College of Science, Imperial College, London, UK
1980 - 1983 Bachelor of Science, Physics - Imperial College, London, UK
1984 - 1987 Master of Science, Physics - University of Delaware, USA
1987 - 1990 Ph.D. Physics - University of Delaware, USA

Academic grades

PhD MS ARCS BSc

Professional experience

1985 - 1989 Teaching Assistant (UD) - University of Delaware, USA, Department of Physics and Astronomy
1986 - 1987 Postgraduate Research Fellow (BRI) - Bartol Research Institute, Delaware, USA
1989 - 1990 Postgraduate Research Fellow (UD) - University of Delaware, USA, Department of Physics and Astronomy
1990 - 1993 Postdoctoral Research Fellow (DTU) - Technical University of Denmark, Applied Physics Laboratory
1998 - Pres Research Assistant (DTU-Space) - Danish National Space (Research) Center (Institute), Astronomy Group

Languages

English (native), Danish (fluent), French (used to be fluent), English Braille Grade 2 (fluent)

Expertise

Scientific software for reduction and analysis of data, applied to a variety of physical and astronomical systems: instrument calibration of JEM-X; beam calibration of Planck; amorphous magnetic alloys of particles and ribbons; magnetic alignment of nematic liquid crystals. Laboratory electronics for precision temperature control Teaching physics and astronomy at undergraduate level Public outreach lectures on physics and astronomy for children

International experience

Delivered conference papers and posters in USA, Japan and Europe. Contributed to INTEGRAL mission planning and development meetings in Spain, France, Italy, Switzerland, Finland, Germany and Sweden

Contributed to Planck mission planning and development meetings in Italy, France and Holland

Studied at university level in England, USA and France

Primary and secondary education in the UK

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