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 I moved to the University of Surrey in the summer of 2013 to work as a research fellow. I also hold a postdoctoral research fellowship grant from the FRQNT (Fonds de Recherche du Québec - Nature et Technologies). I moved to the University of Surrey in the summer of 2013 to work as a research fellow. I also hold a postdoctoral research fellowship grant from the FRQNT (Fonds de Recherche du Québec - Nature et Technologies).
  
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 I am generally interested in the dynamical evolution of star clusters (both young massive clusters and old globular clusters) and its connections to the formation of multiple populations in globular clusters. I study the kinematics of stars in clusters with the help of multi-object and IFU spectroscopic observations,​ and soon with proper motions from the Gaia satellite. As part of the working group on collisional systems for the Gaia Challenge collaboration,​ I work on improving methods to compare data to detailed dynamical models. I am also interested in massive stars, in particular their variability/​binary properties and the kinematics of massive runaway stars. I am generally interested in the dynamical evolution of star clusters (both young massive clusters and old globular clusters) and its connections to the formation of multiple populations in globular clusters. I study the kinematics of stars in clusters with the help of multi-object and IFU spectroscopic observations,​ and soon with proper motions from the Gaia satellite. As part of the working group on collisional systems for the Gaia Challenge collaboration,​ I work on improving methods to compare data to detailed dynamical models. I am also interested in massive stars, in particular their variability/​binary properties and the kinematics of massive runaway stars.