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This is the website of Dr. Andrei Igoshev — astronomer, the research fellow at the University of Leeds (UK), member of Royal Astronomical Society. He works on magnetic field evolution and initial properties of neutron stars and is trying to connect stellar magnetic properties to rich observational appearances.
Some of neutron stars are seen as isolated radio pulsars, central compact objects, magnetars and millisecond radio pulsars. Some of these are remarkably young, other are extremely old. Sometimes neutron stars show clear evidence for the strongest known magnetic fields, some of other quiet weak ones. This play contains many contradictions and unexpected turns. The hope is that with the help of modern telescopes and numerical modelling we will be able to catch the elusive physics which makes all neutron stars appearances possible.

This is the link to my publications in ADS

My email address is ignotur at