I am a PhD student in the Exeter astrophysics department, and have just entered my second year. I studied for my MPhys at Durham university from 2006-2010. My work focuses on the radial velocity method of planet detection, specifically the statistics behind the detectability of low mass planets discovered by HARPS (High Accuracy Radial Velocity Planet Searcher). Though I am now moving on to theoretical planetary atmospheric line profiles. My supervisor is Prof. Frederic Pont.
- Studying exoplanet atmospheres through 2025
- Transmission spectrum of Jupiter’s atmosphere reflected off Ganymede.
- Popular exo-atmospheres
- The super-Earth GJ 1214b
- Space missions on exoplanet atmospheres: an update
- Exoplanet transit spectra with the Hubble Space Telescope
- Hazes and clouds on brown dwarfs
- The hot Jupiter WASP-43b
- Currents and tides in the seas of Titan
- The state of exoclime studies