I am currently teaching introductory Python to undergraduate and graduate students from a range of backgrounds. I have previously taught similar introductory courses in Astronomy, as well as foundation Mathematics. I have also written a course, aimed at first year graduate students, on Astronomy in Python. It was supported by the South East Physics network, and all of the course material is available online here.
As a graduate student I wrote for Astrobites, where postgraduates in Astronomy and Astrophysics write about the latest research in an accessible format for undergraduates or the public in general. You can read my posts here. I still try to get involved with Astrobites when I can; if you’re a graduate student in Astronomy looking to get involved feel free to ask me any questions!
Representing Astrobites at AAS 231
The James Webb Space Telescope will revolutionise our understanding of the early universe. As part of Webb UK I have attended festivals and events around the UK talking to the general public about the incredible extragalactic astronomy that this space based observatory will perform.
The Webb UK team at Jodrell Bank for the Bluedot Festival, 2018 and 2019