Senior Lecturer and ARC Future Fellow
BsC (Honours) in physics University of Melbourne 1993
I generally work on several topics in Theoretical Astrophysics. My main interests are neutron stars, supermassive black holes (especially the one in our Galaxy, called SgrA*), and astrophysical gravitational waves.
For my PhD, I worked on the theory of thermal noise and on Quantum Nondemolition Measurements for LIGO (Laser Interferometer Gravitational-wave Observatory). My mentor was Kip Thorne. I have also learned a lot of science from Vladimir Braginsky who was visiting Caltech annually.