Visit by Sarah Gallagher – University of Copenhagen

13 October 2014

Visit by Sarah Gallagher

Sarah Gallagher is visiting DARK 13-16 October. She is here to participate in the PhD assessment committee of Ece Kilerci Eser and visit DARK. Sarah Gallagher is currently Associate Professor at the University of Western Ontario.

Sarah Gallagher

When supermassive black holes in the centres of massive galaxies grow as luminous quasars, they can eject as much material as they accrete. These outflows have speeds of up to tens of thousands of kilometers per second and may inject a substantial amount of energy into the host galaxy. Sarah Gallagher's research focusses on investigating the physics in driving these energetic outflows using observatories from the mid-infrared through X-rays.

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