School of Physics & Astronomy
I work primarily in extragalactic astronomy and observational cosmology. My research is focused on the question of galaxy formation and evolution , mainly from the observational point of view, but also including some modelling. My work combines detailed studies of local galaxies with observations of the galaxy population at intermediate and high redshifts.
Details on my Galaxy Formation and Evolution research can be found here. See also the research pages of the Nottingham Astronomy Group.
I am also interested on new instruments with unique observational capabilities. I was involved in the early stages of the development of the EMIR Spectrograph , and I am involved in its scientific exploitation though the Galaxy Origins and Young Assembly (Goya) project.
Publications: you can find links to most of my publications here
|I am a member of the Sociedad Española de Astronomía (SEA)|
I am a member of the International Astronomical Union
I am a fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society
|Until June 1999 I was working at the Institute of Astronomy University of Cambridge.|
|Until June 1999 I was a Senior Research Fellow at Magdalene College , Cambridge|
|I was a Royal Society University Research Fellow until September 2002|
|The University of Nottingham|
|School of Physics & Astronomy|
|Research in Astronomy & Astrophysics at Nottingham|
|My public ftp directory|
|My personal page|
|(courtesy of Steve Bennett)|
|In the NTT control room|
|(courtesy of Bo Milvang-Jensen)|
Last updated: 22nd September 2008