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Biography <p>Head of Astronomy at the Open University.</p><p><a href="http://ukads.nottingham.ac.uk/cgi-bin/nph-abs_connect?db_key=AST&amp;db_key=PRE&amp;qform=AST&amp;arxiv_sel=astro-ph&amp;arxiv_sel=cond-mat&amp;arxiv_sel=cs&amp;arxiv_sel=gr-qc&amp;arxiv_sel=hep-ex&amp;arxiv_sel=hep-lat&amp;arxiv_sel=hep-ph&amp;arxiv_sel=hep-th&amp;arxiv_sel=math&amp;arxiv_sel=math-ph&amp;arxiv_sel=nlin&amp;arxiv_sel=nucl-ex&amp;arxiv_sel=nucl-th&amp;arxiv_sel=physics&amp;arxiv_sel=quant-ph&amp;arxiv_sel=q-bio&amp;sim_query=YES&amp;ned_query=YES&amp;adsobj_query=YES&amp;aut_logic=OR&amp;obj_logic=OR&amp;author=Haswell%2C+C&amp;object=&amp;start_mon=&amp;start_year=&amp;end_mon=&amp;end_year=&amp;ttl_logic=OR&amp;title=&amp;txt_logic=OR&amp;text=&amp;nr_to_return=300&amp;start_nr=1&amp;jou_pick=ALL&amp;ref_stems=&amp;data_and=ALL&amp;group_and=ALL&amp;start_entry_day=&amp;start_entry_mon=&amp;start_entry_year=&amp;end_entry_day=&amp;end_entry_mon=&amp;end_entry_year=&amp;min_score=&amp;sort=SCORE&amp;data_type=SHORT&amp;aut_syn=YES&amp;ttl_syn=YES&amp;txt_syn=YES&amp;aut_wt=1.0&amp;obj_wt=1.0&amp;ttl_wt=0.3&amp;txt_wt=3.0&amp;aut_wgt=YES&amp;obj_wgt=YES&amp;ttl_wgt=YES&amp;txt_wgt=YES&amp;ttl_sco=YES&amp;txt_sco=YES&amp;version=1" rel="nofollow">Publications from NASA ADS</a></p><p>Author of<em>&quot;<a href="http://www.cambridge.org/features/astrophysics/Exoplanets.htm" rel="nofollow">Transiting Exoplanets</a>&quot;</em>2010 CUP&nbsp;335pp, ISBN 978-0-521-19183-8</p><p>2010&nbsp;Royal Astronomical Society Group Achievement Award, as a core and pioneering member of the SuperWASP team</p><p><a href="http://women.ras.ac.uk/" rel="nofollow">One of 21 Women selected by the Royal Astronomical Society to appear in a portrait gallery celebrating a century of female fellows.</a></p><p>PhD Astronomy 1992&nbsp;The University of Texas at Austin<br />Thesis Title:<em>The Black Hole Candidate Binary A0620-00</em></p><p><a href="https://twitter.com/saltburnlass">Tweets</a></p>
Description <p>Head of Astronomy at the Open University.</p><p><a href="http://ukads.nottingham.ac.uk/cgi-bin/nph-abs_connect?db_key=AST&amp;db_key=PRE&amp;qform=AST&amp;arxiv_sel=astro-ph&amp;arxiv_sel=cond-mat&amp;arxiv_sel=cs&amp;arxiv_sel=gr-qc&amp;arxiv_sel=hep-ex&amp;arxiv_sel=hep-lat&amp;arxiv_sel=hep-ph&amp;arxiv_sel=hep-th&amp;arxiv_sel=math&amp;arxiv_sel=math-ph&amp;arxiv_sel=nlin&amp;arxiv_sel=nucl-ex&amp;arxiv_sel=nucl-th&amp;arxiv_sel=physics&amp;arxiv_sel=quant-ph&amp;arxiv_sel=q-bio&amp;sim_query=YES&amp;ned_query=YES&amp;adsobj_query=YES&amp;aut_logic=OR&amp;obj_logic=OR&amp;author=Haswell%2C+C&amp;object=&amp;start_mon=&amp;start_year=&amp;end_mon=&amp;end_year=&amp;ttl_logic=OR&amp;title=&amp;txt_logic=OR&amp;text=&amp;nr_to_return=300&amp;start_nr=1&amp;jou_pick=ALL&amp;ref_stems=&amp;data_and=ALL&amp;group_and=ALL&amp;start_entry_day=&amp;start_entry_mon=&amp;start_entry_year=&amp;end_entry_day=&amp;end_entry_mon=&amp;end_entry_year=&amp;min_score=&amp;sort=SCORE&amp;data_type=SHORT&amp;aut_syn=YES&amp;ttl_syn=YES&amp;txt_syn=YES&amp;aut_wt=1.0&amp;obj_wt=1.0&amp;ttl_wt=0.3&amp;txt_wt=3.0&amp;aut_wgt=YES&amp;obj_wgt=YES&amp;ttl_wgt=YES&amp;txt_wgt=YES&amp;ttl_sco=YES&amp;txt_sco=YES&amp;version=1" rel="nofollow">Publications from NASA ADS</a></p><p>Author of<em>&quot;<a href="http://www.cambridge.org/features/astrophysics/Exoplanets.htm" rel="nofollow">Transiting Exoplanets</a>&quot;</em>2010 CUP&nbsp;335pp, ISBN 978-0-521-19183-8</p><p>2010&nbsp;Royal Astronomical Society Group Achievement Award, as a core and pioneering member of the SuperWASP team</p><p><a href="http://women.ras.ac.uk/" rel="nofollow">One of 21 Women selected by the Royal Astronomical Society to appear in a portrait gallery celebrating a century of female fellows.</a></p><p>PhD Astronomy 1992&nbsp;The University of Texas at Austin<br />Thesis Title:<em>The Black Hole Candidate Binary A0620-00</em></p><p><a href="https://twitter.com/saltburnlass">Tweets</a></p>
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Job title Professor of Astrophysics
Research overview <p>Short period exoplanets, particularly transiting systems and ultra-short-period planets. These planets&nbsp; offer a unique opportunity to empirically determine the chemical composition and thus place our own Solar System in context. The Dispersed Matter Planet Project (DMPP, PI Haswell) exploits clues in the spectra of bright, nearby stars to identify those which host close-in mass-losing planets. These carefully selected targets are then studied with innovative high-precision, high cadence radial velocity measurements.&nbsp;</p>
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