My research comprises application of geophysical techniques to solve planetary science problems. Currently, my primary research focus is the atmosphere of Saturn's giant moon Titan, which has a thick nitrogen and methane atmosphere with a varied organic photochemistry.
My studies use infra-red remote sensing data measured by the Cassini spacecraft, combined with radiative transfer techniques to map out the distribution of unstable organic species. These species can be used as tracers to provide new insights into Titan's large-scale dynamics, such as the polar vortex and meridional circulation.
I also study the atmospheres of Saturn, Jupiter, Uranus, Neptune, and Mars using both space-based and ground-based instruments such as the UK Infra-Red Telescope, NASA's Infra-Red Telescope Facility, and Gemini.
Recently I have also begun to apply seismic techniques developed for Earth to planetary interiors, including Mars, to aid development of future in-situ geophysical missions to the planets.
2010-present University of Bristol, STFC Advanced Research Fellow (Planetary Atmospheres and Interiors)
2008-2010 University of Oxford, STFC Advanced Research Fellow (Planetary Atmospheres and Interiors)
2003-2008 University of Oxford, Postdoctoral Research Assistant (Planetary Atmospheres)
2001-2003 Univeristy of Leeds, Postdoctoral Research Fellow (Seismology)
1997-2001 University of Leeds, PhD (Geomagnetism)
1993-1997 University of Cambridge, Degree in Natural Sciences (Physics)
Lecturer: Atmospheric Processes (2nd Year)
Supervisor: Geophysics Brecon Beacons field course (3rd Year)
Supervisor: Geophysics field projects (3rd Year)
Supervisor: Final yeat projects (4th Year)
Post Graduate Training Coordinator
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