Big Bang Nucleosynthesis as a Probe of New Physics
How Dwarf Spheroidal Galaxies Can Constrain Fermionic Dark Matter
Measuring the Clustering of Matter with High-Redshift Galaxies
The (Unknown) Distribution Function of the Cosmic Neutrino Background
I am currently doing my PhD at King's College London, working at the interface of cosmology, astrophysics and particle physics. Before this, I did a dual BSc in physics & astronomy and a MSc in theoretical physics at Leiden University.
Besides research, I am also very interested in scientific outreach, teaching and mentoring young students. In addition to my scientific activities, I am very much into music, movies and all kinds of theatre (if time allows ; ) ).
King's College London
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