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October 21-22, 2014
Today, Dr. Phrudth Jaroenjittichai, NARIT researcher puts his work on display at SEAYAC 2014. His talk – Pulsar Search with PMPS Monitoring Dataset kicks off with a great response from the audience. In his talk, he mentions that Pulsar search has always been one of the most active fields. It allows astronomers to discover new phenomena, which either challenge or confirm our current knowledge. The most-successful Parkes Multibeam Pulsar Survey (PMPS) has led us to discover over a third of currently known pulsars. The long-term monitoring programme for PMPS pulsars has been initiated, containing over 35,000 observations from 785 sources.