RS-SFI

Royal Society – Science Foundation Ireland University Research Fellowship

I have been very fortunate to have been awarded a Royal Society – Science Foundation Ireland University Research Fellowship. The Fellowship will see me continuing to work at University College Dublin for 5 years after my Marie Curie Fellowship finishes at the end of September.

During the Fellowship I will continue my work on black hole perturbation theory. As well as computing new perturbative results a particular focus of the Fellowship will be incorporating those results into practical waveform template generation schemes ready for when LISA launches.

Further information about the Fellowship can be found at the Royal Society webpage along with the full list of awardees.