Aris Karastergiou works on astrophysical problems related to Pulsars , as well as observational and computational techniques to achieve pulsar science goals with next generation telescopes.
He uses data from the world's best pulsar telescopes (e.g. Parkes, MeerKAT, LOFAR) to understand the pulsar population.
He is PI of the Oxford group developing the Pulsar and Fast Transient Search component of the Square Kilometre Array. He co-leads the Thousand Pulsar Array Project on MeerKAT, and co-chairs the Pulsar Science Working Group for SKA.
He teaches Special and General Relativity for St Edmund Hall. He is also SKA Visiting Professor at Rhodes University, South Africa.
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