Tag Archives: Astrophysics


Joseph/ September 18, 2013/ Uncategorized/ 0 comments

So last week I was in Stockholm for an astrophysics workshop titled “Lyman-alpha as an astrophysical tool“. I took plenty of pictures both during the meeting and in our free time. I still need to go through the whole set, but here goes just one of the pictures for the time being.

“Realising the Astronomy of the Future” ~ Philip Wetton Workshop

Joseph/ June 11, 2012/ Uncategorized/ 0 comments

Here are a few pictures from a workshop held last week in Oxford, which saw some of the leading scientists working on the next generation of instruments and telescopes converging in one place to discuss the latest developments. The workshop was made possible by the generous support of Philip Wetton. The inaugural Philip Wetton lecture, associated with the workshop, was

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Stargazing Oxford

Joseph/ January 22, 2012/ Uncategorized/ 2 comments

On Saturday, 21st January, Oxford Astrophysics held the event “Stargazing Oxford” as part of the BBC’s Stargazing LIVE string of events across the country. It was an occasion that brought together the whole of Astrophysics at Oxford (and many people from the Physics department at large) to bring astronomy to the general public. The hugely successful event saw about 1,200

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The Home of Astrophysics in Oxford.

Joseph/ February 20, 2011/ Uncategorized/ 0 comments

This is the Denys Wilkinson Building – the place from where I work every day (unless I’m working from college). It goes without saying that architecturally it’s strikingly different than all the other old buildings in Oxford – and indeed, many are those who frown upon the very existence of this “hideous” building in an otherwise picturesque medieval university town.

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