Dr. Jordan Collier

Jordan is a postdoctoral research fellow seconded to CSIRO Astronomy and Space Science from Western Sydney University, where he is part of the ASKAP Commissioning and Early Science (ACES) team. Jordan’s day to day work involves ASKAP operations for the Evolutionary Map of the Universe (EMU), data processing, and science validation. His research interests include large and deep radio surveys, young radio galaxies and their peaked radio spectra, and Infrared-Faint Radio Sources, which are thought to be a significantly numerous population of distant radio galaxies.