- 3-Hour Stipendiary Lectureship in Physics at Brasenose College (2019-2020)
- 4-Hour Career Development Stipendiary Lectureship in Physics at Pembroke College (2019-2021)
Academic Background and Previous PositionsI completed my undegraduate studies in Physics and Philosophy (MPhysPhil) at Brasenose College, between 2011 and 2015. My Masters project was in 'Statistical Correlations of Explicit Type IIB Flux Vacua' and I supervised by Dr David Marsh and Dr Joseph Conlon.
Undergraduate Teaching Areas
The undergraduate courses I will be teaching this year include:
- First year physics: mechanics, optics, and electromagnetism (CP1 and CP2)
- Quantum mechanics (A3)
- Special relativity and symmetry (B2)
- General relativity (B5)
- Condensed-matter physics (B6)
- Advanced classical mechanics (B7)
My research, broadly, is in mathematical and phenomenological aspects of string compactifications. Specific areas include model-building in heterotic string theory and F-theory, heterotic/F-theory duality, G-structures for compactification, and computation of bundle cohomology.
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