Have a look at: Atlas of magnetic fields
- compiled from data observed with the Effelsberg, VLA and ATCA radio telescopes
Magnetic fields in disks and halos of spiral galaxies
Dynamo action and its observational signature
Origin and morphology of radio halos
Galaxy formation and evolution
Morphology and dynamics of molecular gas in galaxies
Cold dust in galaxies
Physical conditions in the ISM in nearby galaxies
Radio jets and their magnetic fields
Faraday tomography with RM-synthesis techniques
My work is based on radio line-, continuum- and polarization- observations from submm to cm wavelength range with many different telescopes like the 100-m Effelsberg, VLA, Pico Veleta, Plateau de Bure Interferometer, Nobeyama 45-m and Millimeter Array, SEST, Heinrich-Hertz-Telescope, and now the EVLA.
I'm involved in the CHANG-ES project - an EVLA survey of nearby edge-on galaxies with the EVLA and at present a member of the steering committee.
Here you can get the program bfield.gz
to compute the strength of the total and regular magnetic fields from total and polarized synchrotron intensities as described by R.Beck & M.Krause, 2005, AN 326, No.6, 414. The program was compiled on ubunto 10.04 with gfortran --version. Please tell me if you need another compilation.
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