Vika Marina   Postdoctoral Researcher    Telephone: 2108109163 Office: 107 e-mail: Web: Researcher-ID:   Professional Experience 

Marina Vika completed her degree in Physics in 2006 at the University of Athens, Greece. She was awarded her Ph.D. by the University of St Andrews, School of Physics & Astronomy in 2011. Her thesis studied the demographics of supermassive black holes in the nearby universe. In summer of 2011 she moved to Carnegie Mellon University Qatar to work on the MegaMorph project in a collaboration with the University of Nottingham where she worked for three years. MegaMorph was supported by a National Priorities Research Program (NPRP) grand of Qatar Foundation (QF). After that she moved to the University of Innsbruck, Austria for few months. Currently she is based at the National Observatory of Athens working as a postdoctoral researcher.

  Research Interests 

I am an astronomer working in the field of extragalactic astrophysics. My research interest focuses on galaxy structure evolution, the dependence of galaxy morphology on wavelength, and the co-evolution of galaxies with their supermassive black holes.

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