Tim Rawle

JWST Instrument & Calibration Scientist

 

Main Research Fields

My main research interests involve observations of massive galaxy clusters.

  • Galaxy evolution within the dense cluster environment
    • UV/IR observations of star-forming cluster galaxies
    • "Jellyfish" galaxy morphologies
    • Brightest cluster galaxies (BCGs) and their connection to cluster-scale gas properties
    • Resolved spectroscopy of quiescent cluster galaxies
  • Exploitation of the gravitational lensing effect of galaxy clusters to observe high redshift galaxies
    • Herschel FIR surveys at high redshift using lensing
    • Spatially resolved ynamic and compositional analysis  high redshift using submm interferometry

 


Keywords

  • Galaxy clusters
  • Galaxy formation
  • Infrared observations
  • Gravitational lensing
  • High redshift galaxies

Ongoing collaborations

Publications

Project/mission at ESA

Further Information