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Prof. Stephen Serjeant

Prof. Stephen Serjeant

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Stephen Serjeant is the Open University's Professor of Astronomy. He was the co-winner of the 2004 Daiwa Adrian Prize for Anglo-Japanese scientific collaboration.

Browse a list of Stephen's published research from ORO and The SAO/NASA Astrophysics Data System.

Prof. Stephen Serjeant's research

Andrew Davies, Stephen B. G. Serjeant and Jane M. Bromley (2019) Using Convolutional Neural Networks to identify Gravitational Lenses in Astronomical images, In Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 4(487), Oxford University Press (OUP)

C. Spiniello et al. (2019) Spectroscopic confirmation and modelling of two lensed quadruple quasars in the Dark Energy Survey public footprint, In Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 4(485), Oxford University Press (OUP)

R. B. Metcalf et al. (2019-05-31) The strong gravitational lens finding challenge, In Astronomy & Astrophysics(625)

Stephen B. G. Serjeant et al. (2019-04-01) What do astronomers want from the STFC?, In Astronomy & Geophysics 2(60)

Denis Burgarella et al. (2019-01-19) AKARI NEP field: Point source catalogs from GALEX and Herschel observations and selection of candidate lensed sub-millimeter galaxies, In Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan 1(71), Oxford University Press (OUP)

E. Egami et al. (2018-12-26) Probing the high-redshift universe with SPICA: Toward the epoch of reionisation and beyond, In PASA: Publications of The Astronomical Society of Australia(35)

Amélie Saintonge et al. (2018) JINGLE, a JCMT legacy survey of dust and gas for galaxy evolution studies: I. Survey overview and first results, In Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 3(481), Oxford University Press (OUP)

Chris P. Pearson et al. (2018-10-10) The Herschel-PACS North Ecliptic Pole Survey, In Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan 1(71), Oxford University Press (OUP)

A. Amvrosiadis et al. (2018-04) ALMA observations of lensed Herschel sources: testing the dark matter halo paradigm, In Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 4(475), Oxford University Press (OUP)

Jorge A. Zavala et al. (2018-01) A dusty star-forming galaxy at z = 6 revealed by strong gravitational lensing, In Nature Astronomy 1(2)

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