I'm a postdoctoral researcher working in the Institute of Astronomy at the University of Cambridge. I'm currently working on the ERC-funded DISCSIM project led by Prof. Cathie Clarke.
More generally, my research is centred around the processes occurring in star and planet formation in our Galaxy. This discipline involves investigation of both physical and chemical effects that occur when stars are formed within large clouds of gas and dust, and also when planets form in the discs around these young stars. Many of these processes are not well understood, and discovering more about them will enable us to say much more about how the Sun and the Earth were formed, and ultimately about how you and I ended up here today.
This website contains a short section about me, a brief description of my research, some teaching I have done, and a few ways to contact me if you have any questions. You'll also find my Twitter feed to the right, which you are welcome to follow to see what I'm getting up to.
Slider images: Field of Rosette Nebula - R. B. Andreo (DeepSkyColors.com)