My name is Maxim Voronkov. I am working at the Narrabri Observatory of the Australia Telescope National Facility. My research interests include interferometry theory and simulations of the Square Kilometre Array SKA (link outside CSIRO), a proposed next generation radiotelescope, as well as the physics of star formation and interstellar masers. Now I am working on a number of surveys of the Southern methanol maser sites and trying to understand the dynamic range limit in the wide-field of view regime, which occurs due to various effects traditionally ignored in interferometry. Besides, I am interested in computers and programming and have a great experience in the object-oriented design and C++ programming as well as in various aspects of the low-level programming.
My hobbies are flying aeroplanes, bushwalking and travelling.