Jaime Rosales Guzman
Department of Social Work at the University of Concepción
Professor of Physics and Mathematics in the Student Family Residency Program (PRFE-UdeC), Chile
The astronomer Jaime Andres Rosales Guzmán, was born in Santiago of Chile in 1982. In 1998 takes the first courses offered in summer astronomy Univesidad Chile. The 2009 carreer enters Astronomy at the University of Concepción. Gets the degree of Bachelor of Astronomy in the first half of 2013 and Title professional astronomer, conferred by the University of Concepción, Chile. His scientific activity is centered on large projects: the study of stellar variability and the specific study of dual-period variable stars (DPVs stars). Currently with ongoing investigations.
I have experience in : high resolution spectroscopy, analysis of interstellar/circumstellar absorption lines, stellar atmospheres, modeling spectral energy distributions, DPVs stars (Double Periodic Variables), Be stars, Evolution of Binary Systems and I have other interest like Interests: Extragalactic Background Light (EBL), Gamma Ray Binaries (GRB), First Stars & Galactic Archeology. Also, I am Collaborator in Fondecyt project 1110347 “The Double Periodic Variables Interacting Binaries”: their evolution stage and mass loss mechanisms” (PI: Ronald Mennickent), Collaborator in Gemini Project 32100017 “Podcasting for the dissemination of astronomy in Chile” (PI: Ronald Mennickent).