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Francesca Chadha-Day

Assistant Professor

Office: OC324

Tel: x

Research Interests

I am interested in using astrophysical observations to search for new fundamental physics. In particular, I study the phenomenology of axions and axion-like particles – a Dark Matter candidate arising in string theory and as a solution to the Strong CP Problem.

Publications

My papers can be found on inSpire here.

Teaching

I currently teach Astroparticle Physics for the MSc in Particles, Strings and Cosmology.

Science Comedy

I perform stand-up science comedy as well as a range of other science communication. You can find more details on my website here.