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ARC DECRA Fellow, Western Sydney University

I am a pulsar astronomer enthusiastic about using pulsar observations to probe fundamental physics. Finding pulsars in extreme systems, probing the state of matter at ultra-high densities, and detecting ultra-low frequency gravitational waves are my primary interests, and I have strong publication records in these areas. My expertise in time-domain radio astronomy includes searching for periodic and transient signals and high precision timing of pulsars. I have also been searching for pulsars in radio continuum surveys, and have developed novel techniques for detecting pulsars. I have rich experience in multi-wavelength astronomy, especially in pulsar Gamma-ray emission, optical photometry, and spectroscopy of companions to pulsars and gravitational microlensing.


  • –present
    ARC DECRA Fellow, Western Sydney University
  • 2018–2021
    Bolton Fellow, CSIRO Astronomy and Space Science
  • 2015–2018
    OCE postdoctoral research fellow, CSIRO Astronomy and Space Science


  • 2015 
    Peking University, PhD

Grants and Contracts

  • 2021
    Discovery Early Career Researcher Award
    Funding Source:
    The Australian Research Council