My name is Magnus Vilhelm Persson and I am a post doctoral researcher (Postdoc) in Wouter Vlemming's group at Chalmers (Earth and Space Science at Onsala Space Observatory). Previously I worked as a postdoc at Leiden Observatory, Leiden University together with Ewine F. van Dishoeck, and as a Phd student at Centre for Star and Planet Formation (StarPlan), Copenhagen University with Jes K. Jørgensen as my supervisor.
My research focuses on high-angular resolution ground-based observations of continuum, water and other molecular species towards star forming regions (low to high, outflows etc). Furthermore, my current research involves analysis of line and continuum polarzation. I handed in my thesis at Copenhagen University April 5, 2013, and successfully defended it June 13, 2013.
I am working primarily with data from the Atacama Large (sub)Millimeter Array (ALMA), and other interferometric telescopes, such as Extended Very Large Array (EVLA), Northern Extended Millimter Array (NOEMA), Sub-millimeter Array (SMA). I also work with single-dish data from the IRAM-30m, the Atacama Pathfinder EXperiment (APEX) and Herschel Space Observatory telescopes.
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Magnus Vilhelm Persson, PhD
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