Dr. Tim Cawthorne

Senior Lecturer

School of Physical Sciences and Computing

Leighton Building, LE209

+44 (0) 1772 89 3731


Tim is research active within the area of astrophysics and is a member of the Extragalactic Astrophysics Research Group.

  PhD Radio Astronomy University of Cambridge, 1985

BSc Physics University of Liverpool, 1981


Training Activities and Responsibilities

MA2832 - Vector Calulus

MA3842 - Fluid Dynamics

Research degrees tutor for Mathematics, Physics & Astronomy



Cawthorne, Timothy Vernon (2013) Polarization structure in the core of 1803+784: the signature of a recollimation shock? The Astrophysical Journal, 772 (1). p. 14.

Cawthorne, Timothy Vernon (2013) Radiative transfer of synchrotron radiation through a compressed random magnetic field. The Astrophysical Journal, 771 (1). p. 60.

Murphy, E., Cawthorne, Timothy Vernon and Gabuzda, D. C. (2013) Analysing the Transverse Structure of the Relativistic Jets of AGN. MNRAS, 430 (3). pp. 1504-1515.

Agudo, Iván, Gómez, José L., Casadio, Carolina, Cawthorne, Timothy Vernon and Roca-Sogorb, Mar (2012) A recollimation shock 80 mas from the core in the jet of the radio galaxy 3C 120: observational evidence and modeling. The Astrophysical Journal, 752 (2). p. 92.


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