CASCA is pleased to announce Dr. Bryan Gaensler from the University of Toronto as the recipient of the 2019 Peter Martin award for Mid-Career Achievement. Dr. Gaensler is the Director of the Dunlap Institute at the University of Toronto, and has previously served as director of CAASTRO in Australia and International Project Scientist of the Square Kilometer Array. He is a world expert on polarimetry, pulsar wind nebulae and cosmic magnetism, and has produced more than 360 publications with 16000 citations. Since his arrival to Canada in 2015, Dr. Gaensler has played a highly active role in Canadian astronomy as a Tier 1 Canada Research Chair, head of the Canadian SKA consortium, Director of the Canadian Initiative for Radio Astronomy Data Analysis, and co-chair of Canadian astronomy’s next Long Range Plan.
CASCA is delighted to recognise Dr. Gaensler’s scholarship with this award.