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Charlotte Angus is a research fellow with the DARK cosmology centre at the University of Copenhagen.

My work is focussed on the different kinds of cosmic explosions (“transients”) we see in the night sky. In particular, I look at transients which are in some way weird or exotic, events which don’t seem to fit into our current models of how stars should evolve. I study these strange events using telescopes around the world so that we can understand them better and determine what stars and physical processes created them.

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The committee will select a winner, who will be announced at an award ceremony at the KIF Annual Meeting on October 13th, 2021.

The winner will be notified in writing beforehand and invited to give a talk following the ceremony. Everyone is welcome to join us at the annual meeting! Registration is still open, and the full program can be found here
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