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 Date Submitted:30-07-2013
 Last Modified:31-07-2013 (07:22)
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 Current job:PhD Research Student (astrophysics)
 Employment Term:Permanent
 Job location:Own country
 Date available:immediately
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 KeywordsMy research is considered with hypervelocity impacts on solar system bodies. I have been using 2-stage light gas guns researching into collisional catastrophic disruption of asteroids and impact craters.
CV

Date of Birth: 10/10/1978

Education:

Graduate:

·         PhD in Astrophysics and Planetary Science – Kent University 2013  TBC

·         MSc (Hons) Theoretical Low Temperature Condensed Matter – Royal Holloway University of London 2010  Passed

·         PGCE Post-16 – Greenwich University 2005 Passed

Undergraduate:

·         BSc (Hons) Physics with Astrophysics – Royal Holloway University of London 2004 2:II

·         BSc Physics and the Universe – Reading University 2001 2 Years Credit

School:

·         Advanced GNVQ Science – Plymouth College of FE 1998 Merit

·         GCSE Maths – C, Computer Science – C, Chemistry – C, Physics – C – Plymouth College of FE 1996

·         GCSE Double Science – CC, English – C, Media Studies – C, Design and Technology – D, History – D, Art – D and French – D

Current activities:

·         Final year of PhD: Hypervelocity Impact on Solar System Bodies – Kent University (2010 – 2013)

Employment history:

·         03/03/05 – 09/2010

·         Guildford College of Further and Higher Education

·         Course Manager for UniS Foundation Degree for Sciences and Engineering and Head of Physics

Research publications:

·         The Gliding Tone Problem (1st author) – Finalising stage and will be in print shortly.

·         Rotationally Dependant Catastrophic Disruption (1st author) – Being worked on and will be in print shortly.

·         Variable Temperature Cratering (1st author) - Being worked on and will be in print shortly.

·         Is the crater on Asteroid (2867) Steins really an impact crater (1st author) – Finished, accepted and will be in print shortly.

·         3-Dimensional crater profiling; A new method – The KDM Method (1st Author) – Being worked on and will be in print soon.

·         Rotationally Dependant Catastrophic Disruption (1st author conference proceedings) – In print

·         Temperature Related Impact Studies (1st author conference proceedings) – In print

·         The Effects of Rotation on Catastrophic Disruption (1st author conference proceedings) – In print

·         Rotational Catastrophic Disruption; Light Gas Gun Experiments (1st author conference proceedings) – In print

·         I have also appeared as a co-author for two other papers.

Conferences/symposia/presentations:

·         METSOC Greenwich 2011 – Presentation on Catastrophic Disruption

·         EPSC 2012 Madrid – Presentation on Catastrophic Disruption

·         CD-8 - Presentation on Catastrophic Disruption

Professional societies:

·         Royal Astronomical Society and Institute of Physics

Community outreach:

·         Presented talks at Bean and Temple Mill primary schools and at Outreach fairs for Guildford College

Computer skills:

·         I am fully proficient in Microsoft based software such as Office and Windows.  I am fully trained in using Ansys Autodyn Hydrocodes (SPH and MESH [Lagrangian and Euler]) and the surface analysis tool MeX.  I have received training to use Linux OS.  I have also collaborated on a new method on crater profiling with the aid of Python.

References available on request

·         Professor Mark Burchell, PhD Supervisor, Dean of Sciences, School of Physical Sciences, Ingram Building, University of Kent, Canterbury

·         Dr Mark Price, Senior Lecturer, School of Physical Sciences, Ingram Building, University of Kent, Canterbury Post-doctoral research fellow 


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