I am a Research Associate in the Department of Earth and Planetary Science at Birkbeck, University of London. My background is in Physics and Space Science, specifically hypervelocity impacts of micron to millimetre sized particles; this work ranged from calibration of dust impact detectors such as DEBIE and analysis of data returned from DEBIE and Cassini CDA. I now work in the Birkbeck/UCL Thermochrometary Laboratory, where in-situ analysis doesn't require a rocket.
My research focuses predominantly on methodology: pushing the instruments in the Noble Gas Laboratory to their limits, preferably without damaging them.
The London Geochronology Centre is based in the Kathleen Lonsdale Building at University College London.