Deanne Coppejans

Deanne is an Assistant Professor at the University of Warwick. She uses multi-wavelength observations to study the outflows from astrophysical transients (such as supernovae, fast transients, gamma ray bursts and tidal disruption events) and accreting compact binaries.

Or Graur

Or Graur is a Senior Lecturer in Astrophysics, and is interested in supernovae and other exotic transients that can be discovered and followed-up with GOTO.

Daniel Mata-Sanchez

Daniel is a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the University of Manchester. His research focuses on the characterisation of transient binaries harbouring compact objects, from classic X-ray binaries to the more extreme “spider” kind. He aims to constrain their properties by combining spectroscopic and photometric modelling techniques.

Colin Clark
Teppo Heikkilä
Nahathai Tanakul
Puji Irawati
David Mkrtichian

I am involved in works on the set up of semi-automatic search for asteroids and moving objects using GOTO data. I am also involved in the monitoring of variable stars using GOTO data.

Supachai Awiphan
Utane Sawangwit