My research focus is on modelling gravitational waves from compact binaries, specialising in techniques in extending perturbative calculations in black hole spacetimes. Currently, my research is focused on developing gravitational self-force calculations that are applicable to more realistic scenarios of systems with a spinning primary and where the smaller companions are in eccentric inspirals. The techniques promise to model both extreme-mass-ratio-inspirals (EMRIs) and intermediate-mass-ratio-inspirals (IMRIs). Furthermore, I have worked on alternative geometric approaches to black hole perturbation theory that offer to alleviate the computational burdens that current calculations face.
Here are links to my publications: from Inspire, and from the ADS database.
I am from the United Kingdom, where I obtained my MPhys in Physics degree at the University of Manchester in 2018. Following this, from 2018 to 2022, I did my PhD at University College Dublin in Ireland under the supervision of Niels Warburton, working on the gravitational self-force. In November 2022, I started my first postdoc at the Albert Einstein Institute.