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Dr. Thomas G. Müller
Watzmannring 7
85748 Garching b. München, Germany

Max-Planck-Institut für extraterrestrische Physik (MPE)
Gießenbachstraße 1, 85748 Garching, Germany

ORCID: 0000-0002-0717-0462
Phone : (+49) (176) 455 00 595
E-Mail 1 : Thomas.Mueller [at] mnet-online.de
E-Mail 2 : tmueller [at] mpe.mpg.de

Curriculum Vitae (English)

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Large Science & EU Projects

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Participation in large, mainly space-related projects

Past and ongoing projects:

Project Instrument development, construction, test, integration Operations Software, pipeline development, test Calibration (planning, analysis, documentation) Data quality, sanity checks, user support Post-operations, archive, documentation Scientific data analysis Project-related science, publications, presentations, outreach
Hubble-FOS (1) ----- ----- 1994 1994 1994 ----- 1994 -----
ISO-ISOPHOT (2,3) --- 1995-1998 1994-2001 1994-2001 1995-1999 1999-2003 1995-2003 1996-2003
XMM-Newton (3,6) ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- 2001,2014/15
AKARI-IRC/FIS (3,4,6) ----- ----- ----- 2006-2008 ----- ----- 2006-2010 2006-2020
Spitzer-MIPS (5,6) ----- ----- ----- 2004-2014 ----- ----- 2004-2020 2004-2020
Herschel-PACS (6) 2002-2009 2009-2014 2005-2015 2002-2020 2009-2016 2013-2016 2009-2020 2010-2020
ALMA (6) ----- ----- ----- 2014-2020 ----- ----- 2014-2020 2014-2020
Hayabusa2-TIR (4,6) ----- ----- ----- 2018-2020 2019-2020 ----- 2018-2020 2014-2020

These tasks have been conducted at: (1) Space Telescope European Coordinating Facility (ST-ECF) at the European Southern Observatory ESO (1994); (2) Max Planck Institute for Astronomy MPIA (1994-1998); (3) European Space Agency ESA (1998-2001); (4) Japanese Space Agency JAXA (multiple visits in 2002-2019); (5) US Space Agency NASA (multiple visits in 1995-2016), and (6) Max Planck Institute for extraterrestrial Physics MPE (2002-2020).
I also participated in the interplanetary sample-return mission Hayabusa to the asteroid 25143 Itokawa (associated team member, pre-mission observations, thermophysical target characterization, comparison with in-situ results). Part of the work was conducted in Japan during a Fellowship for Research of the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) in 2003.

Upcoming projects:


Publications

Key words from all publications


Presentations, conferences, workshops & outreach


Sports activities

Running, Triathlon, Skiing, Juggling,



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