Emily Freeland

Emily Freeland


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Works at Department of Physics
Telephone 08-553 780 15
Postal address AlbaNova universitetscentrum, Fysikum 106 91 Stockholm

About me

I am a communication officer and community manager for the Oskar Klein Centre.



I work to understand galaxies and the space between them.  In order to do this I use radio, optical, and x-ray telescopes to take pictures and disperse the light from these objects.  I am often working at the interface between multiple observational techniques and fields in order to advance our understanding of structures in the universe.

My research interests include galaxy nuclei, the structure and evolution of gas and magnetic fields in galaxies and groups of galaxies, galaxy evolution as a function of environment, feedback from active black holes, bent-double radio galaxies, shocked gas, star-forming rings and bars, and circular polarization in the jets of blazars.

Last updated: April 16, 2018

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