Amit Kumar

Amit is a postdoc with the GOTO team at the University of Warwick. His primary research interest lies in time-domain astronomy, e.g., Supernovae, Gamma-ray bursts, and Gravitational-wave candidates. He is also contributing to calibrating GOTO’s optical detectors and data reduction pipeline.

Ben Warwick
Ben Godson
James Munday
David O’Neill
Don Pollaco
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.

Tom Killestein

Tom is a PhD student at the University of Warwick. He currently works on developing Bayesian deep learning models for the detection and classification of transients within the GOTO pipeline and datastream.

Ashley Chrimes
Ben Gompertz

Ben researches a variety of explosive transients, primarily short gamma-ray bursts and kilonovae; the electromagnetic counterparts produced when neutron star binaries or neutron star – black hole systems merge.