Andrew John Biggin

Lecturer in Geophysics, University of Liverpool

I am a lecturer in geophysics at the University of Liverpool and head up the Geomagnetism Laboratory there. Before taking on my academic position in 2014, I was a NERC Advanced Fellow at Liverpool for 5 years at Liverpool and I've also held research positions at Utrecht University, Universite Montpellier II, UNAM (Mexico), and Kingston University.

My research focuses on describing and understanding the behaviour of the Earth's magnetic field as recorded in rocks and archaeological materials. I have obtained magnetic records from materials ranging in age from 20th Century to 3.5 billion years old and from six continents. These have been applied to problems in geophysics, geology and archaeology.

Experience

  • –present
    Lecturer in Geophysics, University of Liverpool

Education

  • 2001 
    Kingston University, PhD in palaeomagnetism