Miss Natalie HoggPosition: PhD StudentE-mail: natalie.hogg(at port.ac.uk)
Telephone: +44 (0)2392 845826Office: DS3.13Personal Website
Research interests: Interacting dark energy, tensions in cosmology, statistical methods and forecasting
I am a 2nd year PhD student working on models of interacting dark energy with my supervisors Marco Bruni, David Wands and Rob Crittenden. I am also involved in the CANTATA COST–Action network and have an ongoing collaboration with Matteo Martinelli and Simone Peirone at Leiden University in the Netherlands.
I spent my undergraduate years on the wild west coast of Wales, studying astrophysics at Aberystwyth University. I graduated in 2017 with a 1st class MPhys degree and I was awarded the Breen Prize for the best Master’s dissertation in physics, on dynamical models of dark energy. My dissertation was supervised by Carsten van de Bruck at the University of Sheffield.
Outside of cosmology, I spend my free time playing the violin in the UoP and Portsmouth Philharmonic orchestras and recovering in the pub afterwards!Qualifications: MPhys Astrophysics (Aberystwyth University)
Achievements and recognition: Breen Prize (Aberystwyth University, 2017)
Roles and Collaborations: Student rep 2018/19
Professional memberships: Institute of Physics
Publications from UKADS
Publications from INSPIRE
Publications from arXiv
Publications from the UoP Research Portal
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