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 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.
Elizabeth Stanway’s research focuses on the host galaxies on transients and on the theoretical modelling of binary systems which support interpretation of extragalactic events, as well as galaxy evolution more general. She is currently one of the GOTO Ombudspersons.
Andrew Levan is a professor at Radboud University Nijmegen and an honorary professor at the University of Warwick. He is broadly interested in the
many ways that stars explosively end their lives.
Paul helps develop and maintain GOTO’s La Palma facilities and software infrastructure. He is interested in time domain astrophysics and space domain awareness in addition to robotic telescopes and instrumentation.
Krzysztof is a postdoctoral research fellow at University of Warwick. He’s responsible for GOTO operations, hardware maintenance and data processing. He’s also involved in OGLE project and has background in sky surveys and variable stars.