I completed my PhD in Theoretical Cosmology, studying how the universe came to be and how it evolved to its current state. I worked with Dr Timothy Clifton and Dr Karim Malik on the application of a two-parameter perturbation theory to describe structure on cosmological scales at late times - this includes structure like galaxies and clusters. The correct application of General Relativity to Large-Scale Structure (LSS) is increasingly important with increasing observational precision. It is also important when comparing different theories of gravity to observational data.
I also have an interest in complexity science. I worked with Dr Tim Evans during my master’s and EPSRC funded summer project on accurately modeling citation networks – the network of scientists connected via references to one another. This is motivated by understanding whether ‘good’ publications gain the most citations.
PhD in Theoretical Physics, 2017
Queen Mary University of London
MSci in Theoretical Physics, 2013
Imperial College London