Nutsinee is currently an operations specialist at LIGO Hanford. When
not fighting with the detector at night she likes to draw!
Philip is a PhD student in physics at the University of Birmingham,
who enjoys programming and games. While not busy studying,
Phil spends his time tinkering with technology,
3D modelling and cooking.
Sam is a postdoc at the University of Birmingham who works on
building new sensors to improve the isolation of gravitational
wave detectors from seismic noise. Sam also spends his time
writing code, motorsports, building things and cooking.
Design and programming
Sam is an astrophysicist at the University of Exeter who
currently works on better understanding the characteristics
and evolution of stars and exoplanets. Sam also spends his
time writing code and playing guitar in various bands
throughout the South West of the UK.
Aaron is a PhD student in physics at the University of
Birmingham and enjoys modeling, tinkering with lasers, web
design especially back end architecture. When he is not
working he can be found in the climbing hall or exploring
After completing her physics degree at the
University of Birmingham, Isobel continues to pursue her
passions for programming and gravitational waves as a PhD
student at the University in Melbourne. Isobel likes
to draw, run and look after Herschel, her giant African land snail.
Studying physics at the University of
Birmingham was Roshni's first step into a career
combining physics with politics and sustainability. In her
spare time she loves listening to music, reading, and smashing
Game development advice
Working in the games industry since 2008, Katie is an experienced
games designer having worked at studios such as Frontier Developments
and Sony London Studio. She has been developing titles from mobile and
console to augmented reality. Now Creative Director at her own studio,
Triangular Pixels, she partners directly with industry leaders such as
Oculus, Google, and Sony, to produce ground breaking and refreshing
game play for virtual reality.
Artwork and music
Paul is a physicist at the University of Florida who is
currently researching optical techniques for gravitational
wave detectors, by means of lab experiments and
simulations. Paul also plays and records music, and likes to
draw and paint in his spare time.
Code and design
Ludovico is a former instrument scientist of gravitational wave
detectors and now R&D physicist at ASML, developing sensors for
lithography machines for the semiconductor industry.