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Mathematical Sciences

Dr Wynn Ho 

Associate Professor

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Dr Wynn Ho is Associate Professor within Mathematical Sciences and Physics & Astronomy at the University of Southampton.







Research interests

My primary research interests are in theoretical and high-energy astrophysics, including compact stars, radiative transfer and photon propagation in strong magnetic and gravitational fields, neutrino, plasma, and superfluid physics, accretion astrophysics, gravitational wave sources, magnetic field evolution, and stellar oscillations.

I am a member of the Science Team of NASA's Neutron Star Interior Composition ExploreR (NICER) and Working Group of the NewCompStar European COST Network.  I am a member of the American Astronomical Society and International Astronomical Union and Fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society and Higher Education Academy.

I co-supervise PhD students Rory Brown (current) and Helen Klus (graduated 2015).

Research group(s)

Applied Mathematics

Affiliate research group(s)

Astronomy,Relativistic Astrophysics

Research project(s)

General Relativity

Gravitational Waves

Neutron Stars



2016-2017: MATH1009 Mathematical Methods for Scientists 1b

2014-2017: MATH2015 Mathematical Methods for Scientists

2012-2014: PHYS6017 Computer Techniques in Physics

2008-2009: PHYS3010 Stellar Evolution

Dr Wynn Ho
Building 54 Mathematical Sciences University of Southampton Highfield Southampton SO17 1BJ

Room Number:54/7029

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