A big part of being a scientist is about communication: if you don’t tell people how your experiment went, then there was very little point doing it in the first place! Communication in academia comes in a variety of flavours (some of which count more than others when it comes to your annual review…), including academic peer-reviewed journal papers, conference proceedings and short astronomical circulars or telegrams, and popular publications such as astronomical society journals, online publications and magazine articles.

The pages here contain lists of my publications under these various headings, and (if you really want to read it) my PhD thesis from 2006.

< software | papers | proceedings | circulars/telegrams/newsletters/editorials | non-academic >

Alternatively, you can also search several repositories for my work:

< ADS search | arXiv listing | Mendeley profile | ResearchGate profile | ORCID record >