I am joining CFSA under Prof Arber on the project - Fundamental plasma physics of the Sun and heliosphere. My research interests are MHD waves and oscillations in spicules observed in the solar chromosphere. In my pass-time I work on long term observations of the Sun.
I did my PhD at Armagh Observatory affiliated to Queen's University Belfast. My PhD thesis is titled - "High resolution observations of the Solar atmosphere'.
Apart from academics, my interests are open-water swimming and triathlons and I have represented India in these events.
Shibdas Roy joins the department as a Research Fellow and will be working with Animesh Datta and his Quantum Information Science group. Before Warwick, Shibdas did his first postdoc from the Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engg. of the National University of Singapore, Singapore. Prior to that, he had completed his PhD in Electrical Engg. in 2015 from the University of New South Wales, Australia and his MSc in Computer Science in 2010 from the University of Oxford, UK. His research area is quantum measurement and control theory for quantum information
I'm Kathrin and I'm joining the Superconductivity and Magnetism group as a research fellow working with Dr Paul Goddard. In our group, we'll investigate the properties of materials like superconductors and molecular magnets under extreme conditions, such as very low temperatures and high pressures.
I did my PhD at the High Magnetic Field Laboratory (HLD-EMFL) in Dresden, Germany where I performed experiments on the magnetic and electronic properties of strongly correlated materials in high magnetic fields.