About me

Star Formation

I am a Postdoctoral Researcher at the University of Hertfordshire. My research interests lie broadly in the evolution of the early Universe. I am particularly interested in the study of high-redshift galaxies as well as highly obscured galaxies, and I would like to center my future research around understanding the evolution of massive distant galaxies. In particular, I aim to understand how distant galaxies assemble their stellar mass and quench, whether there is a stellar mass limit for star-forming (SF) galaxies (and how this limit evolves with redshift) and how the star formation rate density evolves from the epoch of reionization to the cosmic noon

Star Formation