Dr. Carolina Odman is Associate Professor at the University of the Western Cape, South Africa and Associate Director, Development and Outreach, at the Inter-University Institute for Data Intensive Astronomy.
I believe that we can approach anything, as long as we do it with kindness.
If we listen, there is always something to learn.
I believe in a solid sense of fairness, openness and honesty.
Everything we do has an impact on others, intended or not.
Unexplained odd radio circles in the sky are detected by the ASKAP and MeerKAT radio telescopes. The Square Kilometre Array Telescope has been imagined, planned and designed by radio astronomers for over three decades. This effort has led to new technologies and a generation of scientific instruments that are able to detect phenomena in the…
This is the title of a presentation I gave for SciFest, one of the largest science festivals in South Africa. In the era of the pandemic, SciFest has gone on to organise regular talks online, so thank you for the invitation. https://youtu.be/sbOXCBAJWxE
Most academics excel at their area of expertise, but not everyone knows how to publicise themselves. I have put together a small website that hopefully will help academics create a simple webpage to showcase their work in all its diversity – research, teaching, supervising, outreach, and more. It also gives links to resources on where…