- Planetary Atmospheres
- Galaxies - Merging and Interacting
- Galaxy Clusters
- Galaxy Formation and Evolution
- Intergalactic Medium
- Jets, Outflows and Shocks
Ewan O'Sullivan is an astrophysicist working in the High Energy Astrophysics Division, and since 2021 a member of the Science Operations Team (Mission Planning) for the Chandra X-ray Observatory. Ewan's research interests lie in extragalactic astronomy, working with colleagues to study the formation, evolution and physical properties of galaxy groups and clusters, primarily via observations in the X-ray and radio wavebands. Prior to 2021, Ewan was a scientist/programmer in the Atmospheric and Molecular Physics Division supporting the team of scientists working on the TEMPO atmospheric pollution monitoring mission and related projects.
Ph.D. (Birmingham, 2002), M.Phys. (Southampton, 1998)