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I am currently a postdoctoral researcher at the [[ http://www.ago.ulg.ac.be/index_e.php | Department of Astrophysics, Geophysics, Oceanography]] (AGO) of the University of Liege. I have been awarded a "Back to Belgium" grant by the [[https://www.belspo.be/belspo/index_en.stm | BELSPO]] to carry out research on strong gravitational lensing in the group [[http://www.aeos.ulg.ac.be/ | AEOS]]. \\
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Since October 2018, I am a research associate (''logisticien de recherche'') at the [[ https://www.star.uliege.be/ | STAR institute]] of the University of Liege. \\
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In '''September 2008''', I started to work as a [[http://www.humboldt-foundation.de/web/home.html | Humboldt]] Fellow at the [[http://www.ari.uni-heidelberg.de/ | Astronomisches Rechen Institut]] (ARI), part of the [[http://www.zah.uni-heidelberg.de/ | Zentrum für Astronomie]] of the University of Heidelberg, in the group of Joachim Wambsganss. During that time I strengthened my expertise in quasar microlensing. I developed microlensing as a tool to study the broad line region in AGNs and I obtained the first measurement of the size of that region based on a microlensing monitoring.

In '''July 2012''', I moved to the [[ http://www.astro.uni-bonn.de/en/home/ | Argelander Institut für Astronomie]] of the University of Bonn. Owing to a grant (SL 172/1-1) awarded by the [[http://www.dfg.de/en/index.jsp | DFG]], I pursued there a very fruitful project entitled '''Developing gravitational lensing techniques to study the properties of dark matter in galaxies.''' \\
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In '''September 2008''', I started to work as a [[http://www.humboldt-foundation.de/web/home.html | Humboldt]] Fellow at the [[http://www.ari.uni-heidelberg.de/ | Astronomisches Rechen Institut]] (ARI), part of the [[http://www.zah.uni-heidelberg.de/ | Zentrum für Astronomie]] of the University of Heidelberg, in the group of Joachim Wambsganss. During that time I strengthened my expertise in quasar microlensing. I developed microlensing as a tool to study the broad line region in AGNs and I obtained the first measurement of the size of that region based on a microlensing monitoring. \\

In '''July 2011''', I moved to the [[ http://www.astro.uni-bonn.de/en/home/ | Argelander Institut für Astronomie]] of the University of Bonn. Owing to a grant (SL 172/1-1) awarded by the [[http://www.dfg.de/en/index.jsp | DFG]], I pursued there a very fruitful project entitled '''Developing gravitational lensing techniques to study the properties of dark matter in galaxies.''' \\

In ''' September 2014''' I moved back to Belgium after being awarded a "Back to Belgium" grant by the [[https://www.belspo.be/belspo/index_en.stm | BELSPO]] to carry out research on strong gravitational lensing in the [[http://www.ago.ulg.ac.be/index_f.php | AGO department ]]. of University of Liège.
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You can find my cv under this [[Attach:cv_Dominique_sluse_Feb2016.pdf | link ]]. Check out [[Main.Publications | this page ]] for the most up-to-date list of my publications.
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You can find my cv under this [[Attach:cv_Dominique_sluse_Aug2016.pdf | link ]]. Check out [[Main.Publications | this page ]] for the most up-to-date list of my publications.
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You can find my cv under this [[Attach:cv_Dominique_sluse_Aug2015.pdf | link ]]. Check out [[Main.Publications | this page ]] for the most up-to-date list of my publications.
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You can find my cv under this [[Attach:cv_Dominique_sluse_Feb2016.pdf | link ]]. Check out [[Main.Publications | this page ]] for the most up-to-date list of my publications.
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You can find my cv under this [[Attach:cv_Dominique_sluse_Jan2015.pdf | link ]]. Check out [[Main.Publications | this page ]] for the most up-to-date list of my publications.
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You can find my cv under this [[Attach:cv_Dominique_sluse_Aug2015.pdf | link ]]. Check out [[Main.Publications | this page ]] for the most up-to-date list of my publications.
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You can find my cv under this [[Attach:cv_Dominique_sluse_Feb2014.pdf | link ]]. Check out [[Main.Publications | this page ]] for the most up-to-date list of my publications.
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You can find my cv under this [[Attach:cv_Dominique_sluse_Jan2015.pdf | link ]]. Check out [[Main.Publications | this page ]] for the most up-to-date list of my publications.
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In '''September 2008''', I started to work as a [[http://www.humboldt-foundation.de/web/home.html | Humboldt]] Fellow at the [[http://www.ari.uni-heidelberg.de/ | Astronomisches Rechen Institut]] (ARI), part of the [[http://www.zah.uni-heidelberg.de/ | Zentrum für Astronomie]] of the University of Heidelberg, in the group of Joachim Wambsganss. During that time I strengthened my expertise in quasar microlensing. I developed microlensing as a tool to study the broad line region in AGNs and I obtained the first measurement of the size of that region based on a microlensing monitoring. In '''July 2012''', I moved to the [[ http://www.astro.uni-bonn.de/en/home/ | Argelander Institut für Astronomie]] of the University of Bonn. Owing to a grant (SL 172/1-1) awarded by the [[http://www.dfg.de/en/index.jsp | DFG]], I pursued there a very fruitful project entitled '''Developing gravitational lensing techniques to study the properties of dark matter in galaxies.''' \\
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In '''September 2008''', I started to work as a [[http://www.humboldt-foundation.de/web/home.html | Humboldt]] Fellow at the [[http://www.ari.uni-heidelberg.de/ | Astronomisches Rechen Institut]] (ARI), part of the [[http://www.zah.uni-heidelberg.de/ | Zentrum für Astronomie]] of the University of Heidelberg, in the group of Joachim Wambsganss. During that time I strengthened my expertise in quasar microlensing. I developed microlensing as a tool to study the broad line region in AGNs and I obtained the first measurement of the size of that region based on a microlensing monitoring.

In '''July 2012''', I moved to the [[ http://www.astro.uni-bonn.de/en/home/ | Argelander Institut für Astronomie]] of the University of Bonn. Owing to a grant (SL 172/1-1) awarded by the [[http://www.dfg.de/en/index.jsp | DFG]], I pursued there a very fruitful project entitled '''Developing gravitational lensing techniques to study the properties of dark matter in galaxies.''' \\
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I am currently a postdoctoral researcher at the [[ http://www.astro.uni-bonn.de/en/home/ | Argelander Institut für Astronomie]] of the University of Bonn. I have been awarded a [[http://www.dfg.de/en/index.jsp | DFG]] grant (SL 172/1-1) for a project entitled '''Developing gravitational lensing techniques to study the properties of dark matter in galaxies.'''. \\
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I am currently a postdoctoral researcher at the [[ http://www.ago.ulg.ac.be/index_e.php | Department of Astrophysics, Geophysics, Oceanography]] (AGO) of the University of Liege. I have been awarded a "Back to Belgium" grant by the [[https://www.belspo.be/belspo/index_en.stm | BELSPO]] to carry out research on strong gravitational lensing in the group [[http://www.aeos.ulg.ac.be/ | AEOS]]. \\
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In '''September 2008''', I started to work as a [[http://www.humboldt-foundation.de/web/home.html | Humboldt]] Fellow at the [[http://www.ari.uni-heidelberg.de/ | Astronomisches Rechen Institut]] (ARI), part of the [[http://www.zah.uni-heidelberg.de/ | Zentrum für Astronomie]] of the University of Heidelberg, in the group of Joachim Wambsganss. During that time I strengthened my expertise in quasar microlensing. I developed microlensing as a tool to study the broad line region in AGNs and I obtained the first measurement of the size of that region based on a microlensing monitoring. I stayed at ARI until June 2011, i.e. when my DFG project started in Bonn.\\
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In '''September 2008''', I started to work as a [[http://www.humboldt-foundation.de/web/home.html | Humboldt]] Fellow at the [[http://www.ari.uni-heidelberg.de/ | Astronomisches Rechen Institut]] (ARI), part of the [[http://www.zah.uni-heidelberg.de/ | Zentrum für Astronomie]] of the University of Heidelberg, in the group of Joachim Wambsganss. During that time I strengthened my expertise in quasar microlensing. I developed microlensing as a tool to study the broad line region in AGNs and I obtained the first measurement of the size of that region based on a microlensing monitoring. In '''July 2012''', I moved to the [[ http://www.astro.uni-bonn.de/en/home/ | Argelander Institut für Astronomie]] of the University of Bonn. Owing to a grant (SL 172/1-1) awarded by the [[http://www.dfg.de/en/index.jsp | DFG]], I pursued there a very fruitful project entitled '''Developing gravitational lensing techniques to study the properties of dark matter in galaxies.''' \\
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You can find my cv under this [[Attach:cv_Dominique_sluse_Feb2013.pdf | link ]]. Check out [[Main.Publications | this page ]] for the most up-to-date list of my publications.
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You can find my cv under this [[Attach:cv_Dominique_sluse_Feb2014.pdf | link ]]. Check out [[Main.Publications | this page ]] for the most up-to-date list of my publications.
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You can find my cv under this [[Attach:cv_Dominique_sluse_Nov2012.pdf | link ]]. Check out [[Main.Publications | this page ]] for the most up-to-date list of my publications.
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You can find my cv under this [[Attach:cv_Dominique_sluse_Feb2013.pdf | link ]]. Check out [[Main.Publications | this page ]] for the most up-to-date list of my publications.
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I am currently a postdoctoral researcher at the [[ http://www.astro.uni-bonn.de/en/home/ | Argelander Institut für Astronomie]] of the University of Bonn. I have been awarded a [[http://www.dfg.de/en/index.jsp | DFG]] grant (SL 172/1-1) for a project entitled '''New methods for probing dark matter in galaxies with gravitational lensing'''. \\
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I am currently a postdoctoral researcher at the [[ http://www.astro.uni-bonn.de/en/home/ | Argelander Institut für Astronomie]] of the University of Bonn. I have been awarded a [[http://www.dfg.de/en/index.jsp | DFG]] grant (SL 172/1-1) for a project entitled '''Developing gravitational lensing techniques to study the properties of dark matter in galaxies.'''. \\
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Soon after the start of my PhD thesis with Jean Surdej at the [[http://www.ago.ulg.ac.be/index_e.php | University of Liège]], I received an ESO Studentship to pursue my PhD at [[http://www.eso.org/sci/ | ESO Chile]] under the supervision of Damien Hutsemékers. During those years I discovered the joy of working in world-class observatory and learning the subtilities of observation at the [[ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Technology_Telescope | New Technology Telescope]] in La Silla. I spent my research time between the study of AGNs and the one of gravitational lenses through imager, spectrographs and Wollaston prisms. While I was carrying a polarimetric survey of quasars, I discovered the lensed quasar J1131-1231. In '''April 2005''', I defended my PhD thesis entitled ''Quasar pairs and gravitational lenses: Observational study and observational applications''. \\
In '''June 2005''', I started my first postdoc at the [[http://lastro.epfl.ch/ | Laboratoire d'Astrophysique]] (LASTRO) of the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) with Frédéric Courbin and Georges Meylan. I spent most of my research time collaborating to the launch of the [[http://www.cosmograil.org | COSMOGRAIL]] monitoring project, and to study various gravitationally lensed systems. \\
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Soon after the start of my PhD thesis with Jean Surdej at the [[http://www.ago.ulg.ac.be/index_e.php | University of Liège]], I received an ESO Studentship to pursue my PhD at [[http://www.eso.org/sci/ | ESO Chile]] under the supervision of Damien Hutsemékers. During those years I discovered the joy of working in a world-class observatory and learning the subtleties of observation at the [[ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Technology_Telescope | New Technology Telescope]] in La Silla. I spent my research time between the study of AGNs and the one of gravitational lenses through imager, spectrographs and Wollaston prisms. While I was carrying a polarimetric survey of quasars, I discovered the lensed object J1131-1231. In '''April 2005''', I defended my PhD thesis entitled ''Quasar pairs and gravitational lenses: Observational study and observational applications''. \\
In '''June 2005''', I started my first postdoctoral position at the [[http://lastro.epfl.ch/ | Laboratoire d'Astrophysique]] (LASTRO) of the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) with Frédéric Courbin and Georges Meylan. I spent most of my research time collaborating to the launch of the [[http://www.cosmograil.org | COSMOGRAIL]] monitoring project, and to study various gravitationally lensed systems. \\
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I am currently post-doctoral researcher at the [[ http://www.astro.uni-bonn.de/en/home/ | Argelander Institut für Astronomie]] of the University of Bonn. I have been awarded a [[http://www.dfg.de/en/index.jsp | DFG]] grant (SL 172/1-1) for a project entitled '''New methods for probing dark matter in galaxies with gravitational lensing '''. \\
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I am currently a postdoctoral researcher at the [[ http://www.astro.uni-bonn.de/en/home/ | Argelander Institut für Astronomie]] of the University of Bonn. I have been awarded a [[http://www.dfg.de/en/index.jsp | DFG]] grant (SL 172/1-1) for a project entitled '''New methods for probing dark matter in galaxies with gravitational lensing'''. \\
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You can find my cv under this [[Attach:cv_Dominique_sluse_Nov2012.pdf | link ]]. Check out [[Main.Publications | this page ]] for the most up-to-date list of my publications.
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Soon after the start of my PhD thesis with Jean Surdej at the [[http://www.ago.ulg.ac.be/index_e.php | University of Liège]], I received an ESO Studentship to pursue my PhD at [[http://www.eso.org/sci/ | ESO Chile]] under the supervision of Damien Hutsemékers. During those years I discovered the joy of working in world-class observatory and learning the subtilities of observation at the [[ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Technology_Telescope | New Technology Telescope]] in La Silla. I spent my research time between the study of AGNs and the one of gravitational lenses through imager, spectrographs and Wollaston prisms. While I was carrying a polarimetric survey of quasars, I discovered the lensed quasar J1131-1231. In ''April 2005'', I defended my PhD thesis entitled ''Quasar pairs and gravitational lenses: Observational study and observational applications''. \\
In ''June 2005'', I started my first postdoc at the [[http://lastro.epfl.ch/ | Laboratoire d'Astrophysique]] (LASTRO) of the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) with Frédéric Courbin and Georges Meylan. I spent most of my research time collaborating to the launch of the [[http://www.cosmograil.org | COSMOGRAIL]] monitoring project, and to study various gravitationally lensed systems. \\
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Soon after the start of my PhD thesis with Jean Surdej at the [[http://www.ago.ulg.ac.be/index_e.php | University of Liège]], I received an ESO Studentship to pursue my PhD at [[http://www.eso.org/sci/ | ESO Chile]] under the supervision of Damien Hutsemékers. During those years I discovered the joy of working in world-class observatory and learning the subtilities of observation at the [[ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Technology_Telescope | New Technology Telescope]] in La Silla. I spent my research time between the study of AGNs and the one of gravitational lenses through imager, spectrographs and Wollaston prisms. While I was carrying a polarimetric survey of quasars, I discovered the lensed quasar J1131-1231. In '''April 2005''', I defended my PhD thesis entitled ''Quasar pairs and gravitational lenses: Observational study and observational applications''. \\
In '''June 2005''', I started my first postdoc at the [[http://lastro.epfl.ch/ | Laboratoire d'Astrophysique]] (LASTRO) of the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) with Frédéric Courbin and Georges Meylan. I spent most of my research time collaborating to the launch of the [[http://www.cosmograil.org | COSMOGRAIL]] monitoring project, and to study various gravitationally lensed systems. \\
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In ''September 2008'', I started to work as a [[http://www.humboldt-foundation.de/web/home.html | Humboldt]] Fellow at the [[http://www.ari.uni-heidelberg.de/ | Astronomisches Rechen Institut]] (ARI), part of the [[http://www.zah.uni-heidelberg.de/ | Zentrum für Astronomie]] of the University of Heidelberg, in the group of Joachim Wambsganss. During that time I strengthened my expertise in quasar microlensing. I developed microlensing as a tool to study the broad line region in AGNs and I obtained the first measurement of the size of that region based on a microlensing monitoring. I stayed at ARI until June 2011, i.e. when my DFG project started in Bonn.\\
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In '''September 2008''', I started to work as a [[http://www.humboldt-foundation.de/web/home.html | Humboldt]] Fellow at the [[http://www.ari.uni-heidelberg.de/ | Astronomisches Rechen Institut]] (ARI), part of the [[http://www.zah.uni-heidelberg.de/ | Zentrum für Astronomie]] of the University of Heidelberg, in the group of Joachim Wambsganss. During that time I strengthened my expertise in quasar microlensing. I developed microlensing as a tool to study the broad line region in AGNs and I obtained the first measurement of the size of that region based on a microlensing monitoring. I stayed at ARI until June 2011, i.e. when my DFG project started in Bonn.\\
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I am currently post-doctoral researcher at the Argelander Institut für Astronomie of the University of Bonn. I have been awarded a DFG grant (SL 172/1-1) for a project entitled '''New methods for probing dark matter in galaxies with gravitational lensing '''. \\
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I am currently post-doctoral researcher at the [[ http://www.astro.uni-bonn.de/en/home/ | Argelander Institut für Astronomie]] of the University of Bonn. I have been awarded a [[http://www.dfg.de/en/index.jsp | DFG]] grant (SL 172/1-1) for a project entitled '''New methods for probing dark matter in galaxies with gravitational lensing '''. \\
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In ''September 2008'', I started to work as a [[http://www.humboldt-foundation.de/web/home.html | Humboldt]] Fellow at the Astronomisches Rechen Institut (ARI) of University of Heidelberg, in the group of Joachim Wambsganss. During that time I strengthened my expertise in quasar microlensing. I developed microlensing as a tool to study the broad line region in AGNs and I obtained the first measurement of the size of that region based on a microlensing monitoring. I stayed at ARI until June 2011, i.e. when my DFG project started in Bonn.\\
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In ''September 2008'', I started to work as a [[http://www.humboldt-foundation.de/web/home.html | Humboldt]] Fellow at the [[http://www.ari.uni-heidelberg.de/ | Astronomisches Rechen Institut]] (ARI), part of the [[http://www.zah.uni-heidelberg.de/ | Zentrum für Astronomie]] of the University of Heidelberg, in the group of Joachim Wambsganss. During that time I strengthened my expertise in quasar microlensing. I developed microlensing as a tool to study the broad line region in AGNs and I obtained the first measurement of the size of that region based on a microlensing monitoring. I stayed at ARI until June 2011, i.e. when my DFG project started in Bonn.\\
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Soon after the start of my PhD thesis with Jean Surdej at the University of Liege, I received an ESO Studentship to pursue my PhD at ESO Chile under the supervision of Damien Hutsemékers. During those years I discovered the joy of working in world-class observatory and learning the subtilities of observation at the New Technology Telescope in La Silla. I spend my research time between the study of AGNs and of gravitational lenses through imager, spectrographs and Wollaston prisms. While I was carrying a polarimetric survey of quasars I discovered the lensed quasar J1131-1231. In ''April 2005'', I defended my PhD thesis entitled '''Quasar pairs and gravitational lenses: Observational study and observational applications'''. \\
In ''June 2005'', I started my first postdoc at the Laboratoire d
'Astrophysique (LASTRO) of the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) with Dr. Frederic Courbin and George Meylan. I spent most of my research time collaborating to the launch of the COSMOGRAIL monitoring project, and to study various gravitationally lensed systems. \\
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Soon after the start of my PhD thesis with Jean Surdej at the [[http://www.ago.ulg.ac.be/index_e.php | University of Liège]], I received an ESO Studentship to pursue my PhD at [[http://www.eso.org/sci/ | ESO Chile]] under the supervision of Damien Hutsemékers. During those years I discovered the joy of working in world-class observatory and learning the subtilities of observation at the [[ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Technology_Telescope | New Technology Telescope]] in La Silla. I spent my research time between the study of AGNs and the one of gravitational lenses through imager, spectrographs and Wollaston prisms. While I was carrying a polarimetric survey of quasars, I discovered the lensed quasar J1131-1231. In ''April 2005'', I defended my PhD thesis entitled ''Quasar pairs and gravitational lenses: Observational study and observational applications''. \\
In ''June 2005'', I started my first postdoc at the [[http://lastro
.epfl.ch/ | Laboratoire d'Astrophysique]] (LASTRO) of the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) with Frédéric Courbin and Georges Meylan. I spent most of my research time collaborating to the launch of the [[http://www.cosmograil.org | COSMOGRAIL]] monitoring project, and to study various gravitationally lensed systems. \\
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In ''September 2008'', I started to work as a Humboldt Fellow at the Astronomisches Rechen Institut (ARI) of University of Heidelberg, in the group of Prof. Dr. Joachim Wambsganss. During that time I strengthened my expertise in quasar microlensing. I developed microlensing as a tool to study the broad line region in AGNs and obtained the first measurement of the BLR size from microlensing monitoring. I stayed at ARI until June 2011, i.e. when my DFG project started in Bonn.\\
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In ''September 2008'', I started to work as a [[http://www.humboldt-foundation.de/web/home.html | Humboldt]] Fellow at the Astronomisches Rechen Institut (ARI) of University of Heidelberg, in the group of Joachim Wambsganss. During that time I strengthened my expertise in quasar microlensing. I developed microlensing as a tool to study the broad line region in AGNs and I obtained the first measurement of the size of that region based on a microlensing monitoring. I stayed at ARI until June 2011, i.e. when my DFG project started in Bonn.\\
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In ''September 2008'', I started to work as a Humboldt Fellow at the Astronomisches Rechen Institut (ARI) of University of Heidelberg, in the group of Prof. Dr. Joachim Wambsganss. During that time I strengthened my expertise in cosmological microlensing. I developed microlensing as a tool to study the broad line region in AGNs and obtained the first measurement of the BLR size from microlensing monitoring. I stayed at ARI until June 2011, i.e. when my DFG project started in Bonn.\\
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In ''September 2008'', I started to work as a Humboldt Fellow at the Astronomisches Rechen Institut (ARI) of University of Heidelberg, in the group of Prof. Dr. Joachim Wambsganss. During that time I strengthened my expertise in quasar microlensing. I developed microlensing as a tool to study the broad line region in AGNs and obtained the first measurement of the BLR size from microlensing monitoring. I stayed at ARI until June 2011, i.e. when my DFG project started in Bonn.\\
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Soon after the start of my PhD thesis with Jean Surdej at the University of Liege, I received an ESO Studentship to pursue my PhD at ESO Chile under the supervision of Damien Hutsemékers. During those years I discovered the joy of working in world-class observatory and learning the subtilities of observation at the New Technology Telescope in La Silla. I spend my research time between the study of AGNs and of gravitational lenses through imager, spectrographs and Wollaston prisms. While I was carrying a polarimetric survey of quasars I discovered the lensed quasar J1131-1231. In April 2005, I defended my PhD thesis entitled '''Quasar pairs and gravitational lenses: Observational study and observational applications'''. \\
In June 2005, I started my first postdoc at the Laboratoire d'Astrophysique (LASTRO) of the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) with Dr. Frederic Courbin and George Meylan. I spent most of my research time collaborating to the launch of the COSMOGRAIL monitoring project, and to study various gravitationally lensed systems. \\
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Soon after the start of my PhD thesis with Jean Surdej at the University of Liege, I received an ESO Studentship to pursue my PhD at ESO Chile under the supervision of Damien Hutsemékers. During those years I discovered the joy of working in world-class observatory and learning the subtilities of observation at the New Technology Telescope in La Silla. I spend my research time between the study of AGNs and of gravitational lenses through imager, spectrographs and Wollaston prisms. While I was carrying a polarimetric survey of quasars I discovered the lensed quasar J1131-1231. In ''April 2005'', I defended my PhD thesis entitled '''Quasar pairs and gravitational lenses: Observational study and observational applications'''. \\
In ''June 2005'', I started my first postdoc at the Laboratoire d'Astrophysique (LASTRO) of the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) with Dr. Frederic Courbin and George Meylan. I spent most of my research time collaborating to the launch of the COSMOGRAIL monitoring project, and to study various gravitationally lensed systems. \\
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In September 2008, I started to work as a Humboldt Fellow at the Astronomisches Rechen Institut (ARI) of University of Heidelberg, in the group of Prof. Dr. Joachim Wambsganss. During that time I strengthened my expertise in cosmological microlensing. I developed microlensing as a tool to study the broad line region in AGNs and obtained the first measurement of the BLR size from microlensing monitoring. I stayed at ARI until June 2011, i.e. when my DFG project started in Bonn.\\
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In ''September 2008'', I started to work as a Humboldt Fellow at the Astronomisches Rechen Institut (ARI) of University of Heidelberg, in the group of Prof. Dr. Joachim Wambsganss. During that time I strengthened my expertise in cosmological microlensing. I developed microlensing as a tool to study the broad line region in AGNs and obtained the first measurement of the BLR size from microlensing monitoring. I stayed at ARI until June 2011, i.e. when my DFG project started in Bonn.\\
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In June 2005, I started my first postdoc at the Laboratoire d'Astrophysique (LASTRO) of the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) with Dr. Frederic Courbin and George Meylan. I spent most of my research time collaborating to the launch of the COSMOGRAIL monitoring project, and to study various gravitationally lensed systems. \\
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In June 2005, I started my first postdoc at the Laboratoire d'Astrophysique (LASTRO) of the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) with Dr. Frederic Courbin and George Meylan. I spent most of my research time collaborating to the launch of the COSMOGRAIL monitoring project, and to study various gravitationally lensed systems. \\
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Soon after the start of my PhD thesis with Jean Surdej at the University of Liege, I received an ESO Studentship to pursue my PhD at ESO Chile under the supervision of Damien Hutsemékers. During those years I discovered the joy of working in world-class observatory and learning the subtilities of observation at the New Technology Telescope in La Silla. I spend my research time between the study of AGNs and of gravitational lenses through imager, spectrographs and Wollaston prisms. In April 2005, I defended my PhD thesis entitled '''Quasar pairs and gravitational lenses: Observational study and observational applications'''. \\
In June 2005, I started my first postdoc at the Laboratoire d'Astrophysique (LASTRO) of the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) with Dr. Frederic Courbin and George Meylan. \\
In September 2008, I started to work as a Humboldt Fellow at the Astronomisches Rechen Institut (ARI)
of University of Heidelberg, in the group of Prof. Dr. Joachim Wambsganss. I stayed at ARI until June 2011, i.e. when my DFG project started in Bonn.\\
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Soon after the start of my PhD thesis with Jean Surdej at the University of Liege, I received an ESO Studentship to pursue my PhD at ESO Chile under the supervision of Damien Hutsemékers. During those years I discovered the joy of working in world-class observatory and learning the subtilities of observation at the New Technology Telescope in La Silla. I spend my research time between the study of AGNs and of gravitational lenses through imager, spectrographs and Wollaston prisms. While I was carrying a polarimetric survey of quasars I discovered the lensed quasar J1131-1231. In April 2005, I defended my PhD thesis entitled '''Quasar pairs and gravitational lenses: Observational study and observational applications'''. \\
In June 2005, I started my first postdoc at the Laboratoire d'Astrophysique (LASTRO) of the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) with Dr. Frederic Courbin and George Meylan. I spent most
of my research time collaborating to the launch of the COSMOGRAIL monitoring project, and to study various gravitationally lensed systems. \\
In September 2008, I
started to work as a Humboldt Fellow at the Astronomisches Rechen Institut (ARI) of University of Heidelberg, in the group of Prof. Dr. Joachim Wambsganss. During that time I strengthened my expertise in cosmological microlensing. I developed microlensing as a tool to study the broad line region in AGNs and obtained the first measurement of the BLR size from microlensing monitoring. I stayed at ARI until June 2011, i.e. when my DFG project started in Bonn.\\
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I am currently post-doctoral researcher at the Argelander Institut für Astronomie of the University of Bonn. I have been awarded a DFG grant (SL 172/1-1) for a project entitled '''New methods for probing dark matter in galaxies with gravitational lensing '''. \\


'''Very brief curriculum:''' \\

Soon after the start of my PhD thesis with Jean Surdej at the University of Liege, I received an ESO Studentship to pursue my PhD at ESO Chile under the supervision of Damien Hutsemékers. During those years I discovered the joy of working in world-class observatory and learning the subtilities of observation at the New Technology Telescope in La Silla. I spend my research time between the study of AGNs and of gravitational lenses through imager, spectrographs and Wollaston prisms. In April 2005, I defended my PhD thesis entitled '''Quasar pairs and gravitational lenses: Observational study and observational applications'''. \\
In June 2005, I started my first postdoc at the Laboratoire d'Astrophysique (LASTRO) of the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) with Dr. Frederic Courbin and George Meylan. \\
In September 2008, I started to work as a Humboldt Fellow at the Astronomisches Rechen Institut (ARI) of University of Heidelberg, in the group of Prof. Dr. Joachim Wambsganss. I stayed at ARI until June 2011, i.e. when my DFG project started in Bonn.\\