Astronomy and astrophysics

Tailed radio galaxies
The tailed radio galaxies at the core of the galaxy cluster Abell 3125.

Astrophysics is the application of physics to uncover and understand phenomena in the universe. We carry out research in the following areas:

  • clusters of galaxies and large scale structure
  • the star-forming reservoir in the early Universe
  • the interplay between supermassive black holes and their host galaxies
  • machine learning and data-mining in preparation of the next generation of large radio telescopes

For information about potential PhD and MSc projects in different areas of astronomy and astrophysics please contact:

Senior Lecturer
School of Chemical and Physical Sciences

Lecturer in Physics
School of Chemical and Physical Sciences