Emily Moravec is a postdoctoral researcher at the Astronomical Institute of the Czech Academy of Science and a support scientist at the Czech node of the European ALMA Regional Center. She is a radio astronomer and her research interests are active galactic nuclei (AGN), radio galaxies, galaxy clusters, and the evolution of radio-AGN. She investigates how the environment affects the evolution of radio-AGN and compares AGN to X-ray binaries to learn about the accretion physics occurring with AGN.
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