Benjamin Aylott


Grade(s): College


I graduated from the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences at the University of Birmingham in 2005 with an MSci Theoretical Physics and Applied Mathematics (Class I).

I am currently a PhD candidate in the School of Physics & Astronomy, University of Birmingham conducting research in the area of gravitational wave astrophysics. My primary interests are computationally demanding Bayesian data analysis applications in the analysis of data produced by the global network of km scale ground based gravitational wave interferometer detectors.

I am currently employed as a teaching assistant in undergraduate courses in mechanics, linear algebra, and computational modelling at the University of Birmingham (equivalent to Freshman-Senior college courses).

I also privately tutor GCSE and A-Level Physics and Mathematics (equivalent to US High School/Freshman college courses).

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Study Skills, Basic Science, Basic Mathematics, Geometry, Time Management, Sciences, Mathematics, Physical Sciences, Physics, Learning Strategies, Statistics, Space Sciences, Engineering



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