I have been interested in the Universe since I started my undergraduate degree in mathematics and physics (not wanting to miss out on either!)
Being interested in these subjects led me to complete a Master’s thesis in theoretical condensed matter physics, to understand the quantum tunnelling properties of graphene in strong magnetic fields.
Then I trained in observational radio astronomy and astrophysics, studying the largest scale structures and magnetic fields in our Universe. I completed a PhD in imaging and signal reconstruction methods for radio astronomy at University College London.
I am now a Dunlap Fellow at the Dunlap Institute for Astronomy and Astrophysics in Toronto. I am involved in the Murchison Widefield Array (MWA) and the Canadian Hydrogen Intensity Mapping Experiment (CHIME).
Currently, my astronomy research profile spans observational astrophysics, wide-field and polarimetric imaging, computationally distributed algorithm and software development. I have peer-reviewed these topics in astronomy journals. I have also won a few awards and given presentations. You can see my Curriculum Vitae for more information.
Thanks for your interest in my research. Get in touch with any questions or comments regarding my work and publications. I’d love to hear from you.