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  Robert Izzard's page of astronomical happiness
I am an STFC Rutherford fellow at the Institute of Astronomy,
part of the University of Cambridge.

Research
  • The evolution of single, binary and multiple stars.
  • The origin of the chemical elements.
  • Disc and planet formation in binary stars.
  • Stellar nucleosynthesis and chemically peculiar stars.
  • Astrostatistics of single and multiple stellar systems.
  • Globular clusters and their multiple stellar generations.
  • Chemical evolution of the Galaxy.
  • The progenitors of Gamma-Ray Bursts.
  • Computational astrophysics.
  • Science education and realisation with advanced visualization tools.
Previously on...
  • 2015-: STFC Rutherford fellow.
  • 2010-15: W2 Professor of Astrophysics at the Argelander Institute for Astronomy at the University of Bonn.
  • 2008-10: Marie-Curie Fellow at the Universite Libre de Bruxelles.
  • 2005-08: NWO Fellow at Utrecht University.
  • 2000-04: PhD student at the Institute of Astronomy, University of Cambridge.
Teaching
See also my teaching page

Recent and upcoming meetings and workshops

Support and organising

Recent Publications


To the left you can find links to my publications, talks, posters, teaching material and computer codes.





At the NAM 2011 with Albert and Liz, doing real observing and getting my free Jodcast T-shirt (in exchange for an interview!).
Links

IOA - CHU - SJC

STARS

BRIDGCE

UCam

Binary_c Online

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Tarantula

IoA Jobs