After an undergraduate in Planetary Science, Hugh switched to Exoplanet Astronomy in 2013 and started a PhD at the University of Warwick. He currently searches for transiting exoplanets in ground-based surveys WASP and NGTS, and space-based Kepler.
Dr Hannah Wakeford—
Having completed/survived a PhD at the University of Exeter, Hannah moved to the US for a Post-Doctoral fellowship at the NASA Goddard Space Flight Centre. She works on characterising the atmospheres of known exoplanets, especially focusing on the impact of clouds on the transmission spectra of Hot Jupiters.
Dr Andrew Rushby
After a masters & PhD in the Environmental Science department of UEA, Andrew moved to NASA Ames in 2016 to start a Post-Doctoral fellowship. There he works with the “Nexus for Exoplanet Systems Science” (NExSS), which studies how the history, geology, and climate of exoplanets could interact to create the conditions for life.