Hładczuk Natalia - Gaia
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My name is Natalia Hładczuk and I am Young Graduate Trainee at ESAC, Madrid. I graduated Automatic Control and Robotics at Silsesian Univertisty of Technology, Poland.
In 2016 I was a trainee at ESAC working with the data from the Herschel’s SPIRE Fourier Transform Spectrometer. During my traineeship I developed an automated redshift estimation and spectral lines identification algorithm. Additionally, the traineeship results I summarised as my master thesis.
In 2017 I started as a Young Graduate Trainee (YGT) for the Gaia mission. My current work is focused on processing images from the very bright stars and improving accuracy under saturation.
In my free time I enjoy singing, playing piano and hiking.
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