Belokurov Vasily - Gaia
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Institute of Astronomy,
Vasily Belokurov has a postdoctoral position at the Institute of Astronomy, Cambridge, where he is developing a system of automatic object classification for massive astronomical surveys using neural network techniques. He worked on the detection of microlensing and supernova signals from the Gaia survey, as part of the scientific alerts working group, during his DPhil studies at Oxford.
Vasily's home page is here.
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