My main research areas are:
- carbonaceous molecules and dust (Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon molecules, fullerenes, carbonaceous dust)
- galactic and extra-galactic star forming regions
- the interstellar and circumstellar medium
Most of my research is based on infrared spectrocopy and imaging with ground-based and space-born telescopes.
I am always looking for new graduate students, so if you're interested in doing a Master's or PhD project in one of these fields, please contact me.
For more information about applying see the web page for the graduate program in Physics & Astronomy at Western.