Ms Rosemary Cave

Ms Rosemary Cave

Research Student
Address:
School of Physics and Astronomy
Queen Mary, University of London
327 Mile End Road, London, E1 4NS

Telephone: 0207 882 3431
Room: 502
Email:

Research interests

I am interested in theoretical study of planetary dynamics in the solar system.  My current project with my supervisor, Dr Craig Agnor, is the orbital evolution of the small inner satellites of Uranus.

Previously, I have completed M.Sc. dissertations reviewing the formation and evolution of the Moon, and the dynamics and origin of comets.

Teaching

I do not currently have any teaching responsibilities.

Grants

I am supported by an STFC (UK) studentship.

Talks

10 May 2013 at RAS Specialist Discussion Meeting, Royal Astronomical Society, London, UK, "Implications of Tidal Dissipation in the Inner Uranian Satellites".

11 September 2013 at European Planetary Science Congress, UCL, London, UK, "Implications of Tidal Dissipation in the Inner Uranian Satellites".

17 September 2013 at conference "Uranus beyond Voyager 2", Meudon, France, "Implications of Tidal Dissipation in the Inner Uranian Satellites".

Publications

None to date.