Wolff Stefan - Gaia
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Department of Mathematics
Stefan Wolff is a member of the Gaia Solar System Working Group, where he is working on the detection of moving objects, near-Earth objects in particular. After graduating from the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) in 2001 with an engineering master's degree in mathematics and computer science, Stefan is currently (2005) finishing his Ph.D. thesis work, also at DTU, of which Gaia's potential for the observation of NEOs is a major part.
He left Gaia in 2006.
[Published: 04/04/2005 | Updated: 07/10/2008]
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