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Carla Baldovin Saavedra
Postdoc 2012-2017, working on observational analysis of protoplanetary disks, in particular photoevaporation induced by stellar high-energy radiation.
Master student 2012-13, on exoplanets in Kepler data.
Postdoc 2010-2018, working on thermo-chemical model code for protoplanetary disks, based on PHOENIX/3D. Also strong supporter of public planetarium project.
Master student 2018-19, working on the disk and disk wind of DG Tau. Published in A&A.
Exchange student 2018, from Russia for 6 months working on the evolution of young accreting low-mass stars and brown dwarfs.
Exchange student 2019, from Paris for 6 months working on stellar magnetic fields.
Master student 2022, working on spectroscopic analysis of cool stars.
Master student (2021-2022), working on Venus atmosphere.
Guest professor in 2011, working on astrophysical dust and brown dwarfs.
Postdoc working with the PatH project. Main interests: magnetohydrodynamical modelling of stellar winds in single and binary star systems, stellar magnetism, stellar rotation, star-planet interactions, and star-disc interactions.
Guest professor in 2011, working on thermo-chemical disk modeling.
PhD student starting 2010, working on X-ray data and modeling of protoplanetary disks affected by stellar X-ray irradiation.
Senior Scientist 2016-2020, working on magnetic fields of cool and hot stars, their modeling via Zeeman/magnetic Doppler imaging and interactions with planetary environments. Member of the PatH project.
Master student 2014-2017, working on XUV spectra of low-mass stars.
Interests also include the magnetic fields and winds of late-type stars. Bachelors and masters thesis in group.
Master student 2015-2016, working on chemical pathways in protoplanetary disks using ProDiMo chosing suitable pathways and to simplify the large number of equations.
PhD student 2013-2017, working on effects of high-energy radiation and particles on the thermo-chemical structure of protoplanetary disks.
Master student 2021, works on planetary atmosphere modeling.
Postdoc 2022, working on interactions between the Earth's magnetosphere and the solar wind.
Sophie Alma Schallert
Master student 2019-2020, working on chemical analysis of protostars with the ALMA observatory.
Master student (2021-2022), working on modelling Venus-like atmospheres
Master student 2021, works on the Fermi bubbles of the Milky Way.
Visitng PhD Student 2018-2021, from Russia first stay in 2018/19 (6 months), second stay in 2020-21 (6 months) on Ernst Mach stipend working on dust dynamics in protostellar disks.
Master student 2015, working on protostellar disks.
Postdoc 2016, from Russia for 1 month on an Austrian Agency for International Cooperation in Education and Research award.
Exchange student 2020-21, from Paris for 4 months working in group on planetary atmospheres.
Master student 2012-13, working on hydrodynamic modeling of protoplanetary disks.
PhD student 2014-2017, working on star-planet interactions in the young solar system, mainly for upper atmospheric simulation and evolution.
Jan Vatant D’Ollone
Exchange student 2015, from Paris for 3 months working on stellar magnetic fields and their evolution with stellar rotation.
Master student, 2019-2020, working on exoplanetary atmospheres.
Postdoc, one of the main developers of the radiation thermo-chemical disk modelling code ProDiMo. He is the PI of the EU FP7 DIANA-project.