Franz Kirsten

Researcher at Galactic Astrophysics

Franz is interested in all things related to Pulsars: Their birth locations and formation process, their whereabouts in theGalaxy, the mechanism driving their emission and also the efects the interstellar medium has on their radiation. Franz uses radio telescopes around the globe to study Pulsars and other compact objects using a technique called Very Long Baseline Interferometry.


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Probing Pulsar Scattering between 120 and 280 MHz with the MWA

Franz Kirsten, N. D.R. Bhat, B. W. Meyers et al
Astrophysical Journal. Vol. 874 (2)
Journal article

MWA tied-array processing I: Calibration and beamformation

S. M. Ord, S. E. Tremblay, S. J. McSweeney et al
Publications Astronomical Society of Australia. Vol. 36
Journal article

Observations of Low-frequency Radio Emission from Millisecond Pulsars and Multipath Propagation in the Interstellar Medium

N. D. R. Bhat, S. E. Tremblay, Franz Kirsten et al
Astrophysical Journal, Supplement Series. Vol. 238 (1)
Journal article

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Fundamental physics, magnetic fields and gravity with recent and future radio interferometers

Wouter Vlemmings Astronomy and Plasmaphysics
Franz Kirsten Galactic Astrophysics
Swedish Research Council (VR)

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