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Jarle Brinchmann is an FCT research professor and Director of Centre for Astrophysics at the University of Porto. He was awarded a bachelor degree by the University of Oslo in 1992, a master degree by the University of Oslo in 1994 and a PhD by Cambridge University in 1999. He was a post-doc at the University of Oxford, Max Planck Institut für Astrophysik, and CAUP before being a assistant and later associated professor at Leiden University, a position he held until 2018 when he took over as Director of CAUP. He is a member of CAUP and then IA since 2003.
Current research interests focus on galaxy evolution, stellar populations and dark matter in galaxies, the inference of physical parameters of galaxies from spectroscopy and photometry, and machine learning and statistical methods in astronomy. In particular dark matter in ultra-faint dwarf galaxies and nebular gas properties in galaxies at all redshift with a particular fascination for high energy lines such as He II. He is a member of the MUSE consortium with builder status, and legacy science coordinator for the Euclid mission and PI for the MUSE-Faint survey.
He is the maintainer of the MPA-JHU database of galaxy properties for galaxies from SDSS.
Lastest publications at IAM.
D'Onofrio, T. Stolker, S. Y. Haffert, A. Y. Kesseli, R. G. van Holstein, Y. Aoyama, J. Brinchmann, G. Cugno, J. H. Girard, G. Marleau, 2021,
Characterizing the Protolunar Disk of the Accreting Companion GQ Lupi B,
The Astronomical Journal, 162
>> AbstractM. den Brok, D. Krajnović, E. Emsellem, J. Brinchmann, M. V. Maseda, 2021,
Dynamical modelling of the twisted galaxy PGC 046832,
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 508, 4786 - 4805
>> AbstractJ. Zabl, N. Bouché, L. Wisotzki, J. Schaye, F. Leclercq, T. Garel, M. Wendt, I. Schroetter, S. Muzahid, S. Cantalupo et al. (including: J. Brinchmann), 2021,
MusE GAs FLOw and Wind (MEGAFLOW). VIII. Discovery of a Mgii emission halo probed by a quasar sightline,
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 507, 4294 - 4315
>> AbstractEuclid Collaboration, A. Pocino, I. Tutusaus, F. J. Castander, P. Fosalba, M. Crocce, A. Porredon, S. Camera, V. F. Cardone, S. Casas et al. (including: J. Brinchmann, C. S. Carvalho, A. C. da Silva, I. Tereno), 2021,
Euclid preparation. XII. Optimizing the photometric sample of the Euclid survey for galaxy clustering and galaxy-galaxy lensing analyses,
Astronomy & Astrophysics, 655, 21
>> AbstractM. Latour, A. Calamida, T.-O. Husser, S. Kamann, S. Dreizler, J. Brinchmann, 2021,
A stellar census in globular clusters with MUSE. A new perspective on the multiple main sequences of ω Centauri,
Astronomy & Astrophysics, 653, 8
>> AbstractA. Jiménez Muñoz, J. F. Macías-Pérez, A. Secroun, W. Gillard, B. Kubik, N. Auricchio, A. Balestra, C. Bodendorf, D. Bonino, E. Branchini et al. (including: J. Brinchmann, I. Tereno), 2021,
Euclid: Estimation of the Impact of Correlated Readout Noise for Flux Measurements with the Euclid NISP Instrument,
Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific, 133