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ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR, DEVELOPMENT AND OUTREACH, Inter-University Institute for Data Intensive Astronomy (IDIA), University of the Western Cape, Cape Town, South Africa

Since 06 - 2018

Associate Professor position held at the University of the Western Cape. IDIA is a university partnership developing cloud computing infrastructure for big data in science.


Responsibilities: Development and Outreach (D&O) strategy, management of the IDIA D&O office, Multi-disciplinary research into D&O, outreach and communication training of students and young professionals, stakeholder management, partnership development, events organisation, outreach resource creation, media engagements, marketing, communications and social media.

Awards: IAU Special Award for Astronomy Outreach, Development and Education. (2018)

Nomination: Female African Innovator of the Year (AfriCom, 2019)

Science4Development best idea, International Science Council (2020)



CHIEF SCIENTIST, thumbzup Innovations, Cape Town, South Africa

2012 - 2017

thumbzup is a financial technology start-up based in South Africa with a footprint in South Africa, Australia and East Asia.


Responsibilities: Payments platform integration, Big Data (analysis, strategy and platform design), API strategy, Enterprise engagements, Product development, Business analysis and Project management

Highlight: Invited to represent thumbzup and discuss financial inclusion at a World Economic Forum Industry Strategy Meeting in 2015

Awards: Mail & Guardian Top 200 Young South Africans (2014)

Bilan Magazine 300 most influential of Switzerland – category under 40s (2013)



DIRECTOR OF ACADEMIC DEVELOPMENT, Next Einstein Initiative (NEI), Cape Town, South Africa

2011 – 2012

The Next Einstein Initiative is a Pan-African network of AIMS (African Institute for Mathematical Sciences) postgraduate centres.


Responsibilities: Member of the executive management team, International lecturer and tutor recruitment, Pan-African student recruitment strategy and implementation, AIMS Alumni strategy and implementation.

Highlights: Successful proposals for career workshops at global science forums (AAAS, ESOF)

Established partnership between NEI and US National Society for Black Physicists



SKA RESEARCH FELLOW, South African Astronomical Observatory & African Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Cape Town, South Africa

2010 – 2011


Responsibilities: R&D work at the interface between technology and research. Machine Learning. Student supervision.

Awards: Google developer days South Africa hacking competition winner (2010)

Science Hack Day winner (2010)



INTERNATIONAL PROJECT MANAGER, Universe Awareness, Leiden University, The Netherlands

2005 – 2010

Universe Awareness is an educational initiative set up in 2005 to use astronomy as a conduit to stimulate early childhood development, especially for vulnerable and underprivileged children.


Responsibilities and Achievements:

·       Successful transformation of an idea into an active programme in 40 countries with governmental support in 6 countries

·       Fundraising

·       Establishment of collaborations with astronomers (professional, students and amateur), outreach and education professionals, early childhood development researchers, the media, creative artists, development organisations, international and inter-governmental organisations, volunteer mobilisation

·       Development of educational materials

·       Teacher training workshops

·       International exchange programmes between schools

·       Organisation of international workshops and conferences

·       Communication: Website design and maintenance, professional and popular articles, multimedia content, radio and TV interviews, etc.

Successful lobbying for a seed funding grant of €350,000 (2006)

Status as Global Cornerstone Project of the International Year of Astronomy (IYA2009)

Writing and coordination of a successful European FP7 proposal granted 1.9 M€ (2010)

Award: Science Prize for Online Resources in Education 2010, Science Magazine, AAAS



MARIE CURIE INTRA-EUROPEAN FELLOW (Postdoctoral fellowship), University ``La Sapienza", Rome, Italy

2004 – 2005

Responsibilities: Research in theoretical cosmology. Referee for the International Journal of Modern Physics D.



RESEARCH ENGINEER, Division of Cardiovascular Surgery, Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Vaudois, Lausanne, Switzerland


Responsibilities: Modelling of blood flow and evaluation of vascular grafts using computational fluid dynamics.





Cape Town Science Centre – Since 2012

Member of the Scientific Advisory Board

South Africa Ambassador for Africa Code Week 2015 - 2016


South African Science Journalists Association – Since 2012

Strategic advice, Online communications training


Square Kilometre Array South Africa, Cape Town 2011 - 2018

Associate Scientist

Online communication strategy, representation and lobbying for SKA Africa.

Part of the team of lecturers for a MOOC on Radio-astronomy proposed by SKA South Africa and the EPFL Laboratory of Astrophysics - 2018.

Member of the BRICS Working Group on ICT and HPC, 2017


Project Vision for Togo’s Development – 2012

Expert Adviser: Education - in the preparation of a vision and development plan for the country of Togo as commissioned by the president to Sir Paul Judge, key benefactor of the Judge Business School at the University of Cambridge, UK


European Commission – Since 2011

Expert for the FP7 and Horizon 2020 framework programmes


European Cooperation in Science and Technology (COST) – 2010

COST workshop “Benefits of Research Infrastructures beyond Science – The Example of the Square Kilometre Array (SKA)”

Convenor of the Education panel


Conference of NGOs in Consultative Relationship with the UN (CONGO) – 2008

Background research for a liaison committee between NGOs and the UN Office of Outer Space Affairs (UNOOSA).


International Astronomical Union (IAU) – Since 2008

Contribution to the first IAU decadal Strategic Plan (2008)

IAU Office of Astronomy for Development

            Proposal evaluator (Since 2019)

Co-chair of Task Force 3 “Astronomy for the Public” (2012-2018)

Member of the Data Science Working Group (Since 2017)


UNESCO – 2003 – 2009

Consultant in the editorial team of the UNESCO World Report “Towards Knowledge Societies”, United Nations Education, Scientific & Cultural Organization, World Report Series, 2005, ISBN-13: 978-92-3-104000-9.


Expert. Diversity of knowledge and creativity for sustainable human development in the contexts of science and education: intercultural aspects of knowledge, its creation, transmission and utilisation Background study for the for the UNESCO World Report “Investing in Cultural Diversity and Intercultural Dialogue”, United Nations Education, Scientific & Cultural Organization, World Report Series, 2009, ISBN-13: 978-9231040771






Since 2009

Member of the brain trust of the .astronomy workshop series (pronounced ‘dot-astronomy’, see https://www.dotastronomy.com/) that brings together an international community of astronomy researchers, technology and software developers, educators and communicators to imagine and prototype the research and education tools of tomorrow using new technologies.

The 9th edition of .astronomy took place in Cape Town, South Africa in November 2017.


My Room at the Centre of the Universe

2012 – 2014

Co-author, Editor, Scientific Adviser

“My Room at the Centre of the Universe” is a film and resource book (ISBN: 978-0-620-61420-7) for those seeking out answers about our place in the universe; and just how we know what we know. Art, Archaeology and Astronomy accompany the fictional journey of a bright sixteen-year-old who asks the big questions, as he stares at the stars in the quiet Karoo night sky. The Karoo desert is home to the SKA and the Southern African Large Telescope, rich in archaeological artefacts (Khoi San) and a socially challenged rural area of South Africa where nation-building and national identity are an on-going process.

Highlight: Honourable mention at CineSpace 2016, Houston Cinema Arts Society, Houston, USA.




Sutherland Community Development

Since 2009

Sutherland is a small town in the rural Northern Cape province, home to the South African Astronomical Observatory. Since 2009, we, a team of scientists and artists, have worked to make the presence of a world-class science facility benefit this isolated community.

Projects include:

Art and science workshops with prominent members of South African and international art and science communities to brainstorm the development of the town and address the socio-economic challenges of the country.

Events to connect the youth and the elderly

Coding workshops for the youth

Promotion of Sutherland as an eco-tourism destination

Highlight: Featured at the African Cosmos – Stellar Arts exhibition, Smithsonian National Museum of African Art, Washington DC, USA, 2012


Science Hack Day

2010 – 2012

Science Hack Day is an event series for scientists, designers and science enthusiasts. It takes the form of a creative weekend spent playing with science and creating science applications.

2011 Science Hack Day Ambassador, San Francisco, USA

Organiser of a 2012 Science Hack Day in Cape Town, South Africa, themed 'Science for Development'.


Virtual Institute for dual-career couples

2003 – 2005

Set up a UK-registered charitable organisation intended to allow dual-career academic couples to stay together while pursuing academic careers in astrophysics. Achievements include one fellowship, the in-kind hosting of a computer cluster for the institute at the Institute of Astronomy, University of Cambridge, articles and conference contributions about the Institute, including coverage in The Times Higher Education Supplement.





Panel moderator, #COCREATESANL Design Summit, 2020

Panel topic: Creative solutions to the unemployment crisis in the 4th Industrial Revolution


Panellist, Airbus Bizlab #Africa4Future Summit, 2019

The Future of aerospace in Africa


Keynote, Stellenbosch University PostDoc Research Day, 2019

Scientific excellence as a tool for Development




Cape Innovation and Technology Initiative, Cape Town, 2018

Trends and Entrepreneurship in Africa

Seminar given to the shortlisted entrepreneurs of the Royal Academy of Engineering’s Africa Prize 2018



Tech Women 1.0, UCT Graduate School of Business, Cape Town, 2018

How to Survive the 4th Industrial Revolution as an Entrepreneur


Future Females, a female entrepreneur networking organisation, Cape Town, 2017

Four broken systems & four tech trends for 2018

Published in ‘Towards Data Science’:  https://towardsdatascience.com/four-broken-systems-four-tech-trends-for-2018-bd4698a3bef0?gi=774dac930fba


1st BRICS Innovation Collaboration Forum on ICT & HPC, Guangzhou, China, 2017

Socio-economic development in the context of High Performance Computing, Big Data, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning



KATO Tech Talks, Cape Town, South Africa 2017

Big Data taking Medicine out of its comfort zone



TEDx AIMS, Cape Town, South Africa, 2014

Motherhood in a world of men



Re:publica, Berlin, Germany, 2013

Crowdsourced Astronomy






PhD Astrophysics – 2003

Astrophysics Group, Cavendish Laboratory, University of Cambridge, UK

Cosmological parameter estimation from cosmic microwave background and other cosmological data

Application of Bayesian inference techniques (Machine Learning) to constrain models of the universe using data contaminated by theoretical and experimental uncertainties. Development of Markov Chain Monte Carlo algorithms. Supervised by Prof. Anthony Lasenby






Tutor, African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS), Muizenberg, South Africa

·       Astrophysics

·       PERL Programming

2000 - 2004

Teaching Assistant at the Department of Mathematics, Trinity Hall and Girton Colleges, and the Cavendish Laboratory, Cambridge University, UK

·       Markov Chains, 3rd year undergraduate course

·       Statistical Physics and Cosmology, 3rd year undergraduate course

·       Mathematics, 1st year undergraduate course

·       Physics Labs, 2nd year undergraduate practicals



Highly Commended, Daily Telegraph BASF Science Writer Awards, UK. 2002

Girton College Graduate Scholarship, Cambridge University, UK. 2001

Overseas Research Student Award, Cambridge University, UK. 2001

Isaac Newton Studentship, Cambridge University, UK. 2001

Cambridge University Overseas Trust Bursary, UK. 2000

Leenaards Foundation Extraordinary Research Support, Switzerland. 2000

ACube foundation: EPFL Alumni Association Bursary, Switzerland. 2000



Graduate External Liaison Officer, Girton College 2001 – 2002

Graduate Women's Officer, Trinity Hall 2000 – 2001


Diploma in Physics Engineering – 2000

École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland

Diploma project: The cosmic coincidence problem and complex scalar fields

Development and characterisation of a theoretical model of dark energy. Supervised by Prof. Mikhail Shaposhnikov



1997 - 2000

Teaching Assistant at the Institute for Computer Communication and Applications, and at the Institute of Experimental Physics

·       Stochastic Processes in Communications. 3rd year undergraduate course

·       Physics Labs, 3rd year undergraduate practicals: Development of experiments, programming of device control interfaces

·       General Physics, 1st year undergraduate course


Student jobs:

1999 – 2000 Development of success indicators to assess the performance of foreign students in their first undergraduate year at EPFL. Special Mathematics Course (CMS)

1998 – 1999 Characterisation of polymer surfaces using Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) for liquid crystal applications. Institute of Nuclear Engineering (IGA)

1996 – 2000 Data analysis for a report about EPFL women graduates. Outreach, conception of a web-based mentoring tool and resource centre for EPFL students and. Equal Opportunities Office (Bureau de l’équité).



Student Relations and Internet Officer for the annual EPFL recruiting fair, Forum EPFL 1996

Co-organiser of various student events AGEPoly 1995



Liaison for the 2013 EPFL Mathematical Humanitarian Project (EMaHP) in South Africa.

Set up a Southern Africa EPFL alumni chapter, piloting community building with EPFL MOOC alumni in South Africa.





International Astronomical Union (IAU)

Member of Division C Education, Outreach and Heritage:

Commissions C1 Astronomy Education and Development, C2 Communicating Astronomy with the Public, Working groups C1 Network for Astronomy School Education (NASE), C2 Outreach Professionalization & Accreditation


South African Institute of Physics (SAIP)

            Professional Physicist


South African Council for Natural Scientific Professions (SACNASP)

            Professional Natural Scientist


South African Science Journalist Association (SASJA)







English, French

ILR level 5 / CEFR C2


ILR level 3 / CEFR B2


ILR level 2 / CEFR B1

German, Afrikaans, Spanish, Italian

ILR level 1 / CEFR A2


Computer Skills

Programming languages

Ruby, Python, Relational databases
HTML, javascript, CSS, C, Perl


Git, Github, Jira, Bitbucket, Docker, Tableau, Alteryx, NewRelic


Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator


Various online and offline office, productivity and team collaboration packages.



Digital photography and graphic design

Commissioned work includes event photography, advertising, corporate communication, conference posters, book covers, book illustrations, the design and maintenance of blogs, online portfolios, scientific and conference websites. Participation in exhibitions, one solo photography exhibition.



Qualifications: Aerobics and Steps instructor, Zumba®, TTT Fight®

Teaching experience: Leiden University Sports Centre, Vrouwfit Fitness centres, Leiden, The Netherlands



Harp, Piano, Singing





Novartis Scientific Services, Basel, Switzerland 1998

Atomic Force Microscopy Internship supervised by Prof. D. Anselmetti. AFM applications to organic and inorganic surfaces.


Taylor Rafferty & Associates, New York, USA. 1993

Internship in an international investor relations company. Database design and market research.





Citations: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=mpfuteIAAAAJ


1.     Ödman-Govender, Carolina J; Kelleghan, Deirdre;
Astronomical Perspectives for Young Children
Science, 333, 6046, 1106-1107
American Association for the Advancement of Science, 2011, DOI:10.1126/science.1196982


2.     Melchiorri, Alessandro; Odman, Carolina; Serra, Paulo;
Determination of Cosmological Parameters from Cosmic Microwave Background Anisotropies
Data Analysis in Cosmology, Lecture Notes in Physics, 665, 237
Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, 2009, DOI:


3.     Scorza, Cecilia; Miley, George; Ödman, Carolina; Madsen, Claus;
Universe awareness for young children: Some educational aspects and a pilot project
Innovation in Astronomy Education, 276-281
Cambridge University Press, 2008, ISBN-13: 9780521880152


4.     Ödman, Carolina;
Making young children aware of the universe
Astronomy & Geophysics, 48, 4, 20 - 21
Oxford University Press, 2007, DOI:10.1111/j.1468-4004.2007.48420.x


5.     Odman, CJ; Izzard, RG;
Virtual institutes, an idea for the future?
Astronomy & Geophysics, 47, 1, 8
Oxford University Press, 2006, 10.1111/j.1468-4004.2006.47108.x


6.     Dickinson, Clive; Battye, Richard A; Carreira, Pedro; Cleary, Kieran; Davies, Rod D; Davis, Richard J; Genova-Santos, Ricardo; Grainge, Keith; Gutiérrez, Carlos M; Hafez, Yaser A;
High-sensitivity measurements of the cosmic microwave background power spectrum with the extended Very Small Array
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 353, 3, 732-746
Oxford University Press, 2004, DOI:10.1111/j.1365-2966.2004.08206.x


7.     Covi, Laura; Lyth, David H; Melchiorri, Alessandro; Odman, Carolina J;
The running-mass inflation model and WMAP
Physical Review D, 70, 12, 123521
American Physical Society, 2004, DOI:10.1103/PhysRevD.70.123521


8.     Melchiorri, Alessandro; Mersini, Laura; Ödman, Carolina J; Trodden, Mark;
The state of the dark energy equation of state
Physical Review D, 68, 4, 43509
American Physical Society, 2003, DOI:10.1103/PhysRevD.68.043509


9.     Grainge, Keith; Carreira, Pedro; Cleary, Kieran; Davies, Rod D; Davis, Richard J; Dickinson, Clive; Genova-Santos, Ricardo; Gutierrez, Carlos M; Hafez, Yaser A; Hobson, Michael P;
The cosmic microwave background power spectrum out to l = 1400 measured by the Very Small Array
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 341, 4, L23-L28
Oxford University Press, 2003, DOI:10.1046/j.1365-8711.2003.06563.x


10.  Rubino-Martin, Jose Alberto; Rebolo, Rafael; Carreira, Pedro; Cleary, Kieran; Davies, Rod D; Davis, Richard J; Dickinson, Clive; Grainge, Keith; Gutierrez, Carlos M; Hobson, Michael P;
First results from the Very Small Array—IV. Cosmological parameter estimation
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 341, 4, 1084-1092
Oxford University Press, 2003, DOI:10.1046/j.1365-8711.2003.06494.x


11.  Ödman, Carolina J; Melchiorri, Alessandro; Hobson, Michael P; Lasenby, Anthony N;
Constraining the shape of the CMB: A peak-by-peak analysis
Physical Review D, 67, 8, 83511
American Physical Society, 2003, DOI:10.1103/PhysRevD.67.083511


12.  Melchiorri, Alessandro; Ödman, Carolina J;
Current constraints on cosmological parameters from microwave background anisotropies
Physical Review D, 67, 8, 81302
American Physical Society, 2003, DOI:10.1103/PhysRevD.67.081302


13.  Melchiorri, Alessandro; Ödman, Carolina J;
Inflationary gravity waves in light of recent cosmic microwave background anisotropies data
Physical Review D, 67, 2, 21501
American Physical Society, 2003, DOI:10.1103/PhysRevD.67.021501


14.  Ödman, Carolina J;
The shape of the CMB power spectrum
New Astronomy Reviews, 47, 8, 741-745
Elsevier, 2003, DOI:10.1016/j.newar.2003.07.027


15.  Lelidis, I; Öedman, C;
Influence of substrate nature and growth conditions on the morphology of thin DMOAP films
Liquid crystals, 30, 6, 643-649
Taylor & Francis, 2003, DOI:10.1080/0267829031000094810


16.  Tozzi, P; Hayoz, D; Oedman, C; Mallabiabarrena, I; Von Segesser, LK;
Systolic axial artery length reduction: an overlooked phenomenon in vivo
AJP - Heart and Circulatory Physiology, 280, 5, 2300-2305         
American Physiological Society, 2001, PMID: 11299234


17.  Tozzi, P; Hayoz, D; Ruchat, P; Corno, A; Oedman, C; Botta, U; von Segesser, LK;
Animal model to compare the effects of suture technique on cross-sectional compliance on end-to-side anastomoses
European journal of cardio-thoracic surgery, 19, 4, 477-481
Oxford University Press, 2001, PMID: 11306316


18.  Oedman, C; Mallabiabarrena, I; Tozzi, P; von Segesser, LK;
Computational fluid dynamics for evaluation of end-to-side anastomoses with cuffed grafts
International Journal of Artificial Organs, 23, 8, P142-P142
Wichtig, 2000, ISSN: 0391-3988




Conference Proceedings and other articles


1.     Odman, Carolina; Makopela, Sebolelo; Mofokeng, Chaka; Nobom, Sinethemba

Developing inclusive resources: representation, co-creation, culturally relevant communication

IAU Symposium 538 Astronomy for Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, 2020


2.     Odman, Carolina; Kendrew, Sarah

Scientific and cultural impact of a decade of .astronomy conferences

IAU Symposium 538 Astronomy for Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, 2020


3.     Odman, Carolina; Mofokeng, Chaka; Mdhluli, Sibusiso; Nombula, Palesa; Rammala, Isabella; Mbonani, Tekano

The cascade outreach model: Relatable and representative role models.

IAU Symposium 538 Astronomy for Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, 2020


4.     Axup, Jun; Thomas, AnnMarie; Waldman, Ariel; Faulkner, Susan; Odman-Govender, Carolina; Leger, Jim St; Polka, Jessica; Gregg, Melissa; Johnson, Brian David;
The world of making
Computer, 47, 12, 24-40
IEEE, 2014, DOI:10.1109/MC.2014.373

5.     Christensen, Lars Lindberg; Russo, Pedro; Fienberg, Richard Tresch; Cheung, Sze-leung; Robson, Ian; Ödman-Govender, Carolina; Arcand, Kimberly Kowal; Sekiguchi, Kazuhiro; Zhu, Jin; Wheeler, Pete;
Division C Commission 55: Communicating Astronomy with the Public
Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union, 11, T29A, 209-218
Cambridge University Press, 2015, DOI:10.1017/S1743921316000776


6.     Christensen, Lars Lindberg; Russo, Pedro; Robson, Ian; Arcand, Kimberly Kowal; Fienberg, Richard Tresch; Ödman-Govender, Carolina; Sekiguchi, Kazuhiro; Wheeler, Pete; Zhu, Jin;
Division XII: Commission 55: Communicating Astronomy with the Public
Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union, 10, T28B, 140-145
Cambridge University Press, 2013, DOI:10.1017/S1743921315005645


7.     Ödman-Govender, Carolina J; Robson, Ian E; Montmerle, Thierry;
The 'Astronomy for the Public' Task Force
Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union, 10, H16, 550
Cambridge University Press, 2012, DOI:10.1017/S174392131401206X


8.     C.J. Ödman-Govender
Can we find the next Einstein in Africa?
62nd International Astronautical Congress, Cape Town, South Africa, 2011


9.     Ödman, CJ;
Networked astronomy and New Media: an emerging discipline
Communicating Astronomy with the Public, Cape Town, 2010

10.  Ödman, CJ;
UNAWE: Programme d’éveil à l’univers où les enfants sont les véritables étoiles.
l’Astronomie, 12, 58,
Société Astronomique
de France, 2009

11.  Ödman, Carolina J;
Universe Awareness: Inspiring young children around the world
Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union, 5, S260, 650-659
Cambridge University Press, 2009, DOI:10.1017/S1743921311002961

12.  Odman, CJ;
Universe Awareness: An inspirational programme for economically disadvantaged young children.
Proceedings of the 58th International Astronautical Congress
Curran Associates, Inc. 2008, ISBN 9781605601502

13.  Odman, Carolina;
Universe Awareness Project (UNAWE): an inspirational programme for underprivileged young children
Connect – UNESCO’s International Science, Technology & Environmental Education Newsletter, XXXI, 3-4, 17
United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation, Paris, 2006


14.  Ödman, CJ; Scorza, C; Miley, GK; Madsen, C;
Universe Awareness. An inspirational programme for economically disadvantaged young children.
Memorie della Societa Astronomica Italiana, 77, 1014
Società Astronomica Italiana, 2006         


15.  Ödman, C.J; Izzard, R.G;
Stellardb: A Stellar Abundances Database
Memorie della Societa Astronomica Italiana, 75, 631
Società Astronomica Italiana, 2006

16.  Odman, C.J; Izzard, R.G.
The reality of a virtual institute
4th European Conference on Gender Equality in Higher Education, Oxford, UK, 2005


17.  Ödman, Carolina;
New constraints on Dark Energy
Frontier Science – Physics and Astrophysics in Space
Rome, Italy, 2004


18.  Melchiorri, Alessandro; Ödman, Carolina J;
Cosmological parameters from cosmic microwave background anisotropies: Status and prospects
The Cosmology of Extra Dimensions and Varying Fundamental Constants, 19-30
Springer, 2003, DOI:10.1007/978-94-017-3272-7


19.  Melchiorri, Alessandro; Ödman, CJ;
Dark Energy: Is it Q or
On the Nature of Dark Energy (Proceeding of the 18th IAP Astrophysics Colloquium), 171-174
Frontiers Group, Paris, 2002


20.  Piron, Françoise; Boulanger, Sylvie; Ödman, Carolina;
Five years of action: What next at EPFL?
Poster, Second European Conference on Gender Equality in Higher Education, Zurich, Switzerland, 2000