Dr Matthew D Hull
Position: Senior Research Associate / Teaching FellowE-mail: matthew.hull(at port.ac.uk)
Telephone: +44 (0)2392 845827Office: DS3.12Personal Website
Research interests: My research is focused on constructing novel theories of Modified Gravity and working out their phenomenology. It is hoped that their cosmological solutions will not only describe the acceleration in the expansion of the universe but also have observable differences from General Relativity with Dark Energy/ a Cosmological Constant. In addition, I lead a project to adapt and utilise algorithms and techniques from astrophysics and cosmology for use on large heterogeneous data sets from industry.
Qualifications: Mmath Mathematical Physics, MSc (DIC) Quantum Fields and Fundamental Forces, MSc (Euromasters) Physics, Ph.D.
Achievements and recognition: MEXT Research Student Scholarship, JSPS Short term award.
Grants: JSPS Research Fellowship, STFC Research Studentship
Teaching responsibilities: In my Teaching Fellow role: Physical Cosmology, Introduction to Mathematical Physics 2, Thermodynamics and Statistical Physics and Electricity and Magnetism. I also provide additional tutoring for all Physics and Engineering students.
Professional memberships: Fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society, Associate Member of the Institute of Physics.
Publications from UKADS
Publications from INSPIRE
Publications from arXiv
Publications from the UoP Research Portal
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