Atmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics,
St Anne's College,
I'm a University Lecturer in the sub-department of Atmospheric, Oceanic, and Planetary Physics, working on remote sensing of planetary atmospheres. I am or have been a co-investigator on the following space instruments: Cassini/CIRS, Venus Express/VIRTIS, Rosetta/VIRTIS and Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter/MCS. In addition to spacecraft observations, I'm also involved with ground-based observations of the giant planets and have taken a particular interest in monitoring the changes in Uranus' cloud structure during and after its northern spring equinox in December 2007. More recently, I have become involved in modelling the atmospheric spectra of exoplanets and am also studying the atmosphere of Neptune.
When I'm not researching, I am a physics tutor at St Anne's College, Oxford.
|Publications||List of my publications|
|Radtrans/Nemesis||Correlated-k Radiative Transfer and Retrieval Model|