Diana Worrall

        Professor Diana M. Worrall               
	H.H. Wills Physics Laboratory,	University of Bristol,
	Tyndall Avenue, Bristol  BS8 1TL,  U.K.  

eMail: d.worrall @ bristol.ac.uk Tel: +44 117 928 8787 Fax: +44 117 925 5624

Since 1996 I have been a faculty member in the School of Physics at the University of Bristol, where I carry out research in astrophysics and lecture in physics and astronomy.

My primary research interests are in extragalactic astrophysics and X-ray astronomy. Current projects focus primarily on the environments, active nuclei, and jets of radio galaxies, and the multi-wavelength emission of all classes of radio-loud AGN. My publication list is available via a search on the Astrophysics Data System.

Major review papers are here:

Scanned copies of documents that are hard to get hold of elsewhere:

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Earlier years were spent as a research scientist in the United States, at the Laboratory for High Energy Astrophysics at NASA/GSFC, at the Center for Astrophysics and Space Sciences at UC-San Diego, and at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics (CfA), to which I remain affiliated. I helped to establish the Chandra Science Center where I was a scientist for several years. I've been on the science teams for Constellation-X and XEUS . Return to or visit the homepage of the Bristol Astrophysics Group or the School of Physics.