About

I am a postgraduate researcher at the Centre for Astrophysics and Supercomputing at Swinburne University of Technology in Melbourne, Australia. My specialisation is in particle and astrophysics, in which I received my diploma degree from Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany.

I study the spectral and rotational properties of radio pulsars using some of the largest radio telescopes in the world and I am responsible for the pulsar timing programme as part of the UTMOST project at the recently refurbished Molonglo Observatory Synthesis Radio telescope near Canberra, Australia.

My research focuses on how pulsars emit electro-magnetic radiation and how matter behaves at ultra-high densities in the neutron star interior, which can be probed by measuring pulsar glitches, which are sudden spin-up events in the rotation of the star.

Publications

A list of my publications can be found here: list of publications

Alternatively, here is my ORCID.

I have also written software which is running at the Molonglo radio telescope and can be downloaded from my bitbucket account.