Preshanth Jagannathan


I am Preshanth Jagannathan. I am a Grote Reber Pre-Doctoral Fellow at the National Radio Astronomy Observatory in Socorro, New Mexico. I am a graduate student of the University of Cape Town working on the Polarization of the µJy Sky Source population for my dissertation with Dr. Russ Taylor. The ability to accurately image these sources led to my working with my co-supervisor Dr. Sanjay Bhatnagar at NRAO. With Sanjay I have been working on extending the A-Projection algorithm to cover all polarizations. I work with all major Radio Telescope facilities with my personal favorite being the Very Large Array, while the Giant Metrewave Radio Telescope comes a close second.

To know more about my work here at NRAO please proceed to the Research page.

When I am not writing code or avoiding writing papers, I play soccer and basketball, travel and dabble in photography.


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