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Anna is a REVEAL Research Fellow, interested in the science of exoplanets: the planets orbiting other Suns. She is specialising on comprehending and mitigating the effects of surface variabilities on the parent stars, which either mimic or hide the radial velocity (RV) signal from the orbiting planet/s.

As a World-leading St Andrews Doctoral scholar, she worked on the detection & characterization of low mass, long-period exoplanets. As a collaborator of HARPS-N Science Team, she continues to explore the high-precision radial-velocity measurements with stellar activity characterisation to push the limits on planetary mass determination down towards the Earth-mass regime. 

Education/Academic qualification

Doctor of Philosophy, Yin or Yang: Confronting stellar activity in radial velocity searches for exo-Earths, School of Physics and Astronomy

28 Sept 202022 May 2024

Award Date: 17 Jun 2024

Master in Science, Astrophysics , Pondicherry University

Award Date: 10 May 2017

External positions

Project Fellow, Aryabhatta Research Institute of Observational Sciences

14 Aug 201818 Mar 2020

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    John, Ancy Anna (Recipient), 7 Mar 2022

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