Ian Huston

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PhD, MSc, DIC, BSc(Hons), AMInstP, FRAS

Postdoctoral Researcher in the Astronomy Unit.


I am a postdoctoral researcher in the Cosmology and Relativity Group of the Astronomy Unit. I completed my PhD at QMUL in 2010.

I am currently the organiser of the London Relativity and Cosmology seminar series. If you would be interested in giving a seminar please contact me at i.huston AT qmul.ac.uk

As part of my research into cosmological perturbations I have released a software package called Pyflation which calculates first and second order perturbations for inflationary potentials.

I have been the Postgraduate representative for the Astronomy Unit, and organized student seminars and the DiscussionGroup.

I have organised a few different meetings including the first GradCATS meeting for PhD students and the first String and Cosmology Student Conference between French and British students. I also organised a recent meeting of the UK Cosmo group.

Recent Publications

PhD Thesis

The title of my thesis is "Constraining Inflationary Scenarios with Braneworld Models and Second Order Cosmological Perturbations".

It is available on the arXiv as 1006.5321.

Academic CV

  • Started as a Postdoctoral Researcher in January 2010.
  • PhD research student in Queen Mary, University of London from October 2006 to January 2010.
  • Completed "Quantum Fields and Fundamental Forces" MSc taught course in Imperial College London from September 2005 to September 2006.
  • Graduated from University College Dublin, Ireland with a BSc(Hons) 4 year degree in Mathematical Physics. Awarded Conway Medal for final year results.

Personal Sites

(These sites are not associated in any way with Queen Mary, University of London)

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Contact Info

You may contact me at I.Huston AT qmul.ac.uk


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Topic revision: r3 - 2010-01-29 - IanHuston
 
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