The Future Of X-Ray Astronomy by Dr Judith Croston
Join us for a fascinating talk by Dr Judith Croston of the University of Cambridge, on the future of X-ray astronomy.
Dr Croston is the Academic Director for Physical Sciences at the University of Cambridge’s Institute for Continuing Education, and also holds a part-time position as Principal Research Fellow in the Astronomy group at the University of Southampton. She obtained her PhD in the area of extragalactic astrophysics from the University of Bristol in 2004. Her research involves investigating jets from supermassive black holes using ground and space-based observatories, as well as planning for next-generation instruments and observatories. She has previously worked as a postdoctoral researcher in the Service d’Astrophysique, Commission d’Energie Atomique, Saclay, as an Associate Lecturer with the Open University, and as a Research Fellow at the University of Hertfordshire.