Home-Page of Sophie PIREAUX
Einstein being deformed by a gravitational lens...
Gravitational Lens: Galaxy Cluster C10024+1654
HST WFPC2, April 24, 1996,
W.Colley (Princeton), E.Turner (Princeton),
J.A.Tyson (Lucent Technologies), NASA
|WHO AM I ? <<page up>>|
Hello, my name is Sophie Pireaux. I am a doctor in Physics. As you will see on my webpage, I am working as a postdoctorate researcher on gravitation theories (in particular, on General Relativity) and their applications in astrophysics or space geodesy. My interests are not only in sciences and their vulgarization, but also in art. Do not hesitate to contact me if you share the same interests...
|STATUS <<page up>>|
|Post doctoral position:||at the ORB
(Observatoire Royal de Belgique), Belgique,
working on "GPS Time Transfer: ionospheric effects".
|CURRICULUM VITAE <<page up>>|
|Detailed curriculum vitae:
||with diplomas, professional experience and
a list of conferences/schools attended, publications, seminars and
can be found here.
|HOW TO CONTACT ME? <<page up>>|
=> Phone number: ++32(0)2/373
|FIELDS OF RESEARCH ON GRAVITATION, KEYWORDS <<page up>>|
|General Relativity and its applications to orbitography, space geodesy or astrodynamics|
|Gravitational lensing and light deflection in general|
|Alternative theories of gravitation and how to test them|
|... a list of publications is available
along with my curriculum
|INTERESTS AND HOBBIES <<page up>>|