My first paper is now available in the Astrophysical Journal and on the ArXiv . This paper is on the discovery and analysis of a new Galactic supernova remnant using LOFAR and multi-frequency observations. We used XMM-Newton observations to confirm that the object is an SNR and also analyse other SNR candidates in the LOFAR field of view.

My second paper, on scattering variability of the Crab pulsar, now published in the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society  and on the ArXiv I gave a talk on this work at the IAUS337 (The Next 50 years of Pulsars). 

I recently presented my work on transients with the ThunderKAT group at the 2019 ThunderKAT meeting at the Paris Observatory. This work has been submitted to the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, and the paper and talks will be uploaded here once the publication is accepted.

I attended the FRB2018 conference (February 2018) at the Swinburne University of Technology and presented a poster. I won the prize for the best Faculty of Science and Engineering poster at the 2018 Postgraduate Summer Research Showcase (PSRS 2018) at the University of Manchester. You can download these posters by clicking the buttons below.

FRB2018 poster
PSRS 2018 poster