Ogden Centre for Fundamental Physics

South Road

Durham DH1 3LE

United Kingdom

## Employment/Education

**2023 – present** Postdoctoral Research Associate at the Institute for Computation Cosmology, Durham University**2019 – 2023** Durham University: PhD in Physics**2017 – 2018** University of Cambridge: MASt Mathematics / Part III Mathematics (merit)**2012 – 2017** University of Groningen: BSc Physics (cum laude), BSc Mathematics (cum laude), BSc Astronomy, BSc Economics & Business Economics, Honours College

## Awards

**2023** Keith Nicholas Prize, Durham University**2022** Co-I DiRAC application, awarded 22M CPU hours for Lyman-alpha forest simulations**2020** Co-I DiRAC application, awarded 18M CPU hours for neutrino simulations**2019** Durham Prize Scholarship in Astroparticle Physics**2018 **E. M. Burnett Prize, Hughes Hall, Cambridge

## Teaching

**2023 – 2024** First Year Physics tutorials**2020 – 2021** Mathematical Methods in Physics (2nd year undergraduate course), demonstrating**2019 – 2020** High Performance Computing (graduate course), demonstrating**2012 – 2018** Various mathematical courses, tutoring

## Seminars and conference talks

**2024** XXXI Neutrino Conference, Milan (First neutrino results from the Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument)**2024** Neutrinos from Home, online conference (Reconstruction of the Cosmic Neutrino Background)**2024** Research seminar, UCL, London (Precision neutrino cosmology)**2023** Research seminar, AIP, Potsdam (Reconstructing the cosmic neutrino background)**2023** Cole@60 workshop, Durham (Connecting large-scale structure and galaxy formation)**2023** Research seminar, IPMU, Tokyo (Coupling between cosmology and baryonic feedback)**2023** Invited Talk, 2nd Shanghai Assembly on Cosmology & Structure Formation**2023** Research seminar, Shanghai Astronomical Observatory (Coupling between cosmology and baryonic feedback)**2023** Research seminar, Oslo University (Neutrinos from horizon to sub-galactic scales)**2022** SWIFT meeting, Leiden (Neutrino simulations for precision cosmology)**2022** Roman Juszkiewicz Symposium, Warsaw (Topology of reionization)**2022** Virgo Meeting, Munich (Large-scale structure and the neutrino background)**2022** DEX XVIII workshop (Synergies in the neutrino sector)**2021 **SIAM Conference on Applied Algebraic Geometry (Topology of reionization)**2021 **Virgo Meeting (The delta-f method)**2020 **Research seminar, Sussex University (Neutrino cosmology)

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