Sreejith Aickara Gopinathan, Dr.

E-mail:
  sreejith.aickara[at]oeaw.ac.at

Office Number:
  E.b.5

Phone number:
  +43 (0) 316 4120 643
Educational Background:
  2017, Ph.D, Indian Institute of Astrophysics & University of Calcutta, India
  2012, M.Tech, Astronomical Instrumentation, Indian Institute of Astrophysics & University of Calcutta, India
  2010, B.Tech, Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, India

Research interests:
I am an experimental astronomer interested in ground and space based astronomical instrumentation. My research has largely focused on the development of instruments for spectroscopic observations in the ultraviolet from high altitude balloons and small satellites. I am also interested in studies of diffuse background radiation in ultraviolet and transmission spectroscopy of exoplanets. At the Space Research Institute, I am involved in the CUTE mission for which I develop the data simulator and the data reduction pipeline.

Publication list:
Current list of publications at ADS.

Selected list:
Wide-field Ultraviolet Imager for Astronomical Transient Studies.
Mathew, J.; et al. (2018), Experimental Astronomy.

A software package for evaluating the performance of a star sensor operation.
Sarpotdar, M.; et al. (2017), Experimental Astronomy.

Prospect for UV observations from the Moon. II. Instrumental design of an ultraviolet imager LUCI.
Mathew, J.; et al. (2017), Astrophysics and Space Science.

Development of Data Acquisition Methods for an FPGA-Based Photon Counting Detector.
Ambily, S.; et al. (2017), Journal of Astronomical Instrumentation.

Pointing system for the balloon-borne astronomical payloads.
Nirmal, K.; et al. (2016), Journal of Astronomical Telescopes, Instruments, and Systems.

An overview of high-altitude balloon experiments at the Indian Institute of Astrophysics.
Safanova, M.; et al. (2016), Astronomical and Astrophysical Transactions.

Prospect for UV observations from the Moon.
Safanova, M.; et al. (2014), Astrophysics and Space Science.

A Raspberry Pi-Based Attitude Sensor.
Sreejith, A. G.; et al. (2014), Journal of Astronomical Instrumentation.

Predicting UV sky for future UV missions.
Safanova, M.; et al. (2013), Astronomy and Computing.

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