Karl Glazebrook

2000 Fellow

Fellowship Institution: Johns Hopkins University

Current Institution: Swinburne University of Technology

Astronomy, Astrophysics, Cosmology

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About Karl Glazebrook's Work

I work on the evolution of galaxies and on cosmology. Current research topics: studies of massive galaxies at high-redshift, measuring dark matter using strong gravitational lensing, machine learning and AI for discovery in astronomical images, the physical origins of the Hubble sequence.

Awards and Achievements

Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science

Swinburne Distinguished Professor

Maria and Eric Muhlmann Award of Astronomical Society of the Pacific

Group achievement award from the Royal Astronomical Society

ISI Highly Cited Researcher, Asteroid 10099 (1991 VB9) “Glazebrook”

Thomson Reuters Australian Citation Laureate

In the News

Science Matters: how did earliest galaxies form?
The Age

Dinosaurs in space
The Age

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Swinburne University of Technology