Astronomy & Space Sciences
I joined the graduate program of the Astronomy department at Cornell University in Fall 2017. Here, I am advised by Prof. James M. Cordes. My research interests primarily encompass observational searches for diverse radio transient phenomena including pulsars, fast radio bursts, radio exoplanets, and extraterrestrial intelligence signals. For details of ongoing and past projects, head over to my personal website.
Prior to arriving at Cornell, I obtained a BS-MS Dual degree from the Indian Institute of Science Education and Research, Pune. For my Master's thesis, I studied weak solar emission features at low radio frequencies using data from the Murchison Widefield Array in Western Australia. I was mentored by Dr. Divya Oberoi at NCRA-TIFR, Pune for the duration of this work.
Outside of research, I play badminton, watch cricket, and go out on nature walks.
Advisor: Professor James Cordes
2. Suresh, A., Cordes, J. M., Chatterjee, S., Gajjar, V., et al. (7 authors), 4–8 GHz Spectro-temporal Emission from the Galactic Center Magnetar PSR J1745−2900, 2021 ApJ 921 101.
3. Suresh, A., Chatterjee, S., Cordes, J. M., & Crawford, F., An Arecibo Search for Fast Radio Transients from M87, 2021 ApJ 920 16.
4. Suresh, A., Chatterjee, S., Cordes, J. M., Bastian, T. S. & Hallinan, G., Detection of 2–4 GHz Continuum Emission from ε Eridani, 2020 ApJ 904 138.
5. Suresh, A., & Cordes, J. M., Induced Polarization from Birefringent Pulse Splitting in Magnetoionic Media, 2019 ApJ 870 29.
6. Suresh, A., Sharma, R., Oberoi, D., et al. (39 authors), Wavelet-based Characterization of Small-scale Solar Emission Features at Low Radio Frequencies, 2017 ApJ 843 19.
7. Gajjar, V., et al. (22 authors including Suresh, A.), Searching for broadband pulsed beacons from 1883 stars using neural networks, 2022 ApJ 932 81.
8. Gajjar, V., et al. (26 authors including Suresh, A.), The Breakthrough Listen Search For Intelligent Life Near the Galactic Center I, 2021 AJ 162 33.