PhD: Doctor of Philosophy, Astronomy. Institute for Astronomy, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK (2009)
Research Area: Observational Cosmology, Galaxy Formation and Evolution, Active Galactic Nuclei, Deep Radio, Infrared y Submillimetre surveys.
Telephone: (+56 32) 250 8306
email: eduardo.ibar at uv.cl
About my research: I work in a wide range of projects covering different state-of-the-art lines of research. These days I am working with the ALMA telescope to understand the physical conditions of the gas and dust in high redshift galaxies. My research is performed using all sort of multi-wavelength evidences for detailed analyses of distant objects. In particular, my personal interest is focused in understanding the way in which galaxies evolved as a function of redshift using deep radio (JVLA), infrared (Herschel) and sub-millimetre (ALMA) surveys.
Teaching: Research Work II (class for MSc and PhD students in Astrophysics) -- 2nd semester 2014