Welcome to my webpage. I’m Kim Emig, a US-born PhD candidate in astronomy at the Leiden Observatory, advised by Xander Tielens and Huub Rottgering. My research is focused on pioneering the use of radio recombination line observations in extragalactic radio sources and developing the Low Frequency Array (LOFAR), a precursor to the Square Kilometer Array (SKA). I’m also a member of the LOFAR Survey Key Science Project.

A range of my research interests include: Radio galaxies, Active galactic nuclei (AGN), Radio Recombination lines, ISM of Galaxies, Spectroscopy, High energy neutrinos