Outreach

Outreach Events

2020

Astronomy on Tap London

Date: 27th of May 2020, 7pm BST
Location: YouTube Channel

 

Diploma Club Talk

Date: 16th of January 2020
Location: UCL, London, UK
Contribution: Talk

 

Faszination Astronomie Online

Date: 21st of May 2020, 7pm MEZ
Location: YouTube Channel
Online Information: Website

(Talk will be in German)

 

UCL Your Universe Festival

Dates: 6th & 7th of March 2020
Location: UCL, London, UK
Contribution: Presenter for the Stellar Evolution and Supernova VR stall
More Information: Website

 

2019

Growing From your STEM II

Dates: 21st of November 2019
Location: Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy, London, UK
Contribution: Invited speaker and panellist
More Information: Twitter

 

UCL Your Universe Festival

Dates: 14th to 16th of March 2019
Location: UCL, London, UK
Contribution: Volunteer
More Information: Website

 

Bounce Back Charity Astronomy Outreach Event

Date: 4th of November 2019
Location: HM Prison Brixton, London, UK
Contribution: Presentation + Q&A
More Information: Website

IOP Family Day

Dates: 9th of February 2019
Location: Institute of Physics, London, UK
Contribution: Volunteer
More Information: Twitter

 

Bloomsbury Festival

Date: 19th of October
Location: Holy Cross Church, London, UK
Contribution: Presenter for the Stellar Evolution and Supernova VR stall
More Information: Website

2018

Growing From your STEM

Dates: 30th of November 2018
Location: Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy, London, UK
Contribution: Invited speaker and panellist
More Information: Twitter | Website

 

The Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition

Date: 2nd to 8th of July, 2018
Location: The Royal Society, London, United Kingdom
ContributionExhibitor for the JWST Exhibition
Contribution: Website | Twitter

 

Outreach Projects

Public GitHub Repositories for Coding Exercises and Instructional Research Software

I’m working on adapting a couple of small code as well as projects I did during my undergraduate studies to be used with little to no knowledge of programming. All scripts are written in Python, can be run on Windows, Linux, or Mac, and include documentation on how to use them. The scripts can be used as supporting material in physics or computer science classes for visualization or to let students play around with the code.

Currently, the following projects are available:

» A collection of 100+ Python exercises
» A simple sorting algorithm
» Estimating Pi with a Monte Carlo Algorithm
» A Mandelbrot set visualization toolkit
» A Random Walker algorithm to determine the maximum of a function in 1D or 2D

Please visit my Codes page for links to the material. If you have any questions/encounter any problems, please do get in touch.