I studied for my PhD at both Queens University Belfast and Warwick, under the supervision of Prof Don Pollacco. My research was focused on exoplanets, particularly those orbiting around binary stars. This involved attempting to analyse the population of such planets using the Kepler space telescope, as well as with the Wide Angle Search for Planets (WASP) project. As a research fellow at Warwick I will be continuing this work, as well as using the K2 mission data to study planets and variable stars. I will also be working on new methods to detect exoplanetary magnetic fields.
Armstrong et al 2014, "On the Abundance of Circumbinary Planets", MNRAS
Armstrong et al 2013, "A Catalogue of Temperatures for Kepler Eclipsing Binary Stars", MNRAS
--Data table for the above publication available at CDS
Armstrong et al 2013, "Placing Limits on the Transit Timing Variations of Circumbinary Exoplanets", MNRAS
Armstrong et al 2012, "A transiting companion to the eclipsing binary KIC002856960", A&A
A complete publication list can be found here, through the ADS server.
"Detecting circumbinary planets: A new quasi-periodic search algorithm", Hot Planets and Cool Stars, Garching, Germany, Nov 2012. EPJ Web of Conferences, vol 47