Galactic astronomyLatest news: I was recently awarded the IAU best PhD prize in the division for galaxies and cosmology
My full list of publications can be found here, but here are some highlights:
Discovery of a major building block of the halo, link
The mass from destroyed globular clusters in the Milky Way, link
Chemically characterising halo substructure in the Galaxy, link
Inferring the properties of proto-Milky Way populations, link
Inference of the star formation of the Milky Way disc from chemical abundances, link
Linking globular cluster formation across redshifts, link
The observable properties of galaxy accretion events in Milky Way-like galaxies, link
Employment and education
- 2022-present: Flatiron Research Fellow in the Nearby Universe group at the Center for Computational Astrophysics, New York USA.
- 2018-2022: PhD student at the Astrophysics Research institute, Liverpool UK
- 2014-2018: Bachelors and Master's student in Physics with Astrophysics at Northumbria University, Newcastle UK
My full CV and list of publications can be found here.