David V Martin Exoplanets
I am an Australian (Aussie) astrophysics Fellow of the Swiss National Science Foundation, hosted by the University of Chicago. I work to discover and understand planets around other stars, which we call exoplanets, and also the stars themselves. I'm particularly interested when there is not just one star but two, and a planet around them called a circumbinary planet.
I am very excited to say that in 2020 I will be moving to THE Ohio State University as a Columbus Prize Fellow.
Check out my research here, list of publications here, my PhD thesis from the Université de Genève here and my CV here.
Beyond astrophysics... I'm a bit of a sports nut. I played and watched cricket and Australian Football (Aussie Rules) since I was a kid. My most recent love is ice hockey, which I've been playing for over three years now.
I play guitar and drums from time to time, love listening to heavy metal, classic rock and, sometimes for a quiet change, classic piano. Travelling, video games (playing and creating), cooking (sometimes well), science outreach...