Ivy Wong


Dr Ivy Wong is an astronomer working as an Australian Research Council 'Super Science Fellow' in Perth at the International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research (ICRAR). She studies how galaxies start and stop forming stars, grow supermassive black holes in their centre and how galaxies have come to look like they do today. She’ll also use the new telescopes being built in WA to help her figure out the Universe. Ivy completed her PhD at the University of Melbourne and has worked at Yale University and CSIRO before moving to Perth and ICRAR.

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Join The Hunt For Supermassive Black Holes

Ever fancied yourself an astronomer? Well, now anyone with an Internet connection can help play a part in identifying supermassive black holes with the Radio Galaxy Zoo!