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PhD candidate in Computational Physics, University of Cambridge

Currently based in Cambridge, I am completing my PhD in Computational Physics with the support of the Australian General Sir John Monash Scholarship.

My PhD is on the development of new computational models to study magnetic flow control for spacecraft reentering Earth’s atmosphere. Therefore, my key research interests include fluid mechanics, plasma dynamics, space technology and high performance computing. My undergraduate studies were in Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering, with a focus on Hypersonics.

My broader academic interests include science communication, philosophy of science, women's health and education. I enjoy writing articles on these topics and recently began co-producing The Ovaryacting Podcast, which explores the minimisation of female pain and the gender gap in science and medicine.


  • –present
    PhD in Computational Physics, University of Cambridge


  • 2018 
    The University of Cambridge, Masters of Scientific Computing (Distinction)
  • 2016 
    The University of Queensland, Bachelor of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering (Valedictorian)