Alex Gough

Postgraduate Researcher in Cosmology

Pronouns: they/them

Pronunciation: /ˈæləks gɒf/ (like 'cough' with a /g/)

Honorific of choice (if you must): M. or Mx. (pronounced /ɛm/ or /məks/ respectively)

I'm a postgraduate researcher (PhD student/candidate) at Newcastle University, studying cosmology as part of the theoretical cosmology and observational astrophysics groups. I work on the large scale structure of the Universe and dark matter. I'm interested in outreach, teaching, and science communication.

This website is designed to host information about my research, ongoing projects, and other interests in one place. You can find out more about me, my research, my list of publications and scientific contributions (which include some slides/videos from my talks), and my outreach and teaching endeavours. If you're being really efficient, you can also find and download my CV. This website is still a work in progress and will likely change for a while, so bear with me if something looks strange.