I am the module leader for the first-year core course Waves and Quanta (PA1140), and the lecturer for the first two units of this course. PA1140 runs in the first half of Spring Term.
I am the module leader for the third-year astrophysics course Quasars and Cosmology (PA3605), which runs in the Autumn Term; I teach the first half of this module (Cosmology).
My other course is the fourth-year astrophysics module Supermassive Black Holes and Large-scale Structure (PA4608), which runs in the Spring Term. I lecture the second half of this module (Supermassive Black Holes), and am now also the module leader for this course.
I am currently the postgraduate research (PGR) director for the School of Physics & Astronomy. For PGR enquiries and questions, please contact me via email@example.com.
I am the organiser of the postgraduate module Formation of Planetary Systems. This course is taught through MPAGS (module AS8) and normally runs every other year: in 2023/24 it will run in the second half of the autumn term. Details can be found on the course web-page, along with links to lecture notes and other course materials.
Finally, I continue to run our "Jobs Talk" for astronomy PhD students. The slides from this year's talk, and other materials related to the post-doc job market, can be found here.