Martin Asplund

Martin Asplund

Australian National University
Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics
Cotter Road
Canberra ACT 2611
Australian Capital Territory (ACT)
Australia

Phone: +61 02 6125 0223
Email: martinasplundanueduau
Personal website: https://rsaa.anu.edu.au/people/academics/professor-martin-asplund
Organization website: https://rsaa.anu.edu.au/

NCA adherence: Australia

Last updated:
February 18, 2019

IAU Status

Active Member

Affiliation(s) within the IAU

Past affiliation(s) within the IAU

  • Past President of Commission 36 Theory of Stellar Atmospheres (2009-2012)
  • Past Vice-President of Commission 36 Theory of Stellar Atmospheres (2006-2009)
  • Past Steering Committee Member of Division G Stars and Stellar Physics (2015-2018)
  • Past Organizing Committee Member of Commission 29 Stellar Spectra (2012-2015)
  • Past Organizing Committee Member of Commission 36 Theory of Stellar Atmospheres (2012-2015)
  • Past Organizing Committee Member of Division IV Stars (2009-2012)
  • Past Organizing Committee Member of Commission 12 Solar Radiation & Structure (2009-2012)
  • Past Organizing Committee Member of Commission 29 Stellar Spectra (2009-2012)
  • Past Organizing Committee Member of Commission 12 Solar Radiation & Structure (2006-2009)
  • Past Organizing Committee Member of Commission 12 Solar Radiation & Structure (2003-2006)
  • Past Organizing Committee Member of Commission 36 Theory of Stellar Atmospheres (2003-2006)
  • Past Member of Commission 12 Solar Radiation & Structure (until 2015)
  • Past Member of Commission 29 Stellar Spectra (2009-2015)
  • Past Member of Commission 33 Structure & Dynamics of the Galactic System (2010-2015)
  • Past Member of Commission 36 Theory of Stellar Atmospheres (2006-2015)
  • Past Member of Inter-Division A-G WG Nominal Units for Stellar & Planetary Astronomy (2014-2015)
  • Past Member of Division II Sun & Heliosphere (until 2012)
  • Past Member of Division IV Stars (until 2012)

Areas of interest

1 - General: 1.5 - Publications, bibliography, 1.9 - Astronomy outreach
2 - Physical data and processes: 2.7 - Atomic data, 2.16 - Hydrodynamics, 2.17 - Lines, 2.23 - Nuclear reactions, nucleosynthesis, abundances, 2.28 - Radiative transfer
3 - Astronomical instrumentation, methods and techniques: 3.10 - Telescopes: optical
4 - Astronomical data bases: 4.4 - Surveys
6 - The Sun: 6.1 - Sun: abundances, 6.3 - Sun: atmosphere, 6.13 - Sun: granulation, 6.14 - Sun: helioseismology, 6.21 - Sun: photosphere
7 - Planetary systems: 7.14 - Exoplanets
8 - Stars: 8.1 - Stars: abundances, 8.2 - Stars: atmospheres, 8.12 - Stars: fundamental parameters, 8.13 - Stars: general, 8.20 - Stars: late-type
10 - The Galaxy: 10.1 - Galaxy: abundances, 10.2 - Galaxy: bulge, 10.4 - Galaxy: disk, 10.11 - Galaxy: halo, 10.17 - Galaxy: stellar content
11 - Galaxies: 11.1 - Galaxies: abundances, 11.36 - Galaxies: stellar content
12 - Cosmology: 12.14 - Cosmology: primordial nucleosynthesis

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