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I am an Assistant Professor of Computational Astrophysics at The University of Georgia, USA. My primary research interests are based around the site of exoplanet formation, which are protoplanetary discs. I am primarily a computational astrophysicist, working in both the theoretical and observational domain, dedicated to interpreting sub-mm interferometric observations through state-of-the-art fluid simulations, radiative transfer calculations and machine learning techniques. At the dawn of the ALMA era, it has become apparent that this work is vital to correctly interpreting observations of planet formation, and understanding our place in the universe.