Dr John Stott

Lecturer in Astrophysics

Research Interests

My research concentrates on distant star-forming galaxies and the evolution of the members of rich galaxy clusters. I am co-PI of the QSO Sightline And Galaxy Evolution survey (QSAGE), a 96 orbit Cycle 24 Hubble Space Telescope program. QSAGE uses the light from distant accreting black holes to probe the gas in the outskirts of galaxies, in order to discover why galaxies were forming stars at a much higher rate in the past and the nature of feedback processes. I am a core member of the KMOS Redshift One Spectroscopic Survey (KROSS) a resolved Halpha survey of 800 typical star-forming galaxies at redshift 1. An up to date list of my publications on NASA ADS can be found here and my Google Scholar page is here

Lancaster University Astrophysics
01/04/2017 → 31/03/2018
Research

Lancaster University: Observational Astrophysics PATT grant 2018-2020
01/01/1900 → …
Research

National Astronomy Meeting 2019
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National Astronomy Meeting 2019
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National Astronomy Meeting 2019
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National Astronomy Meeting 2019
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National Astronomy Meeting 2019
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National Astronomy Meeting 2019
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National Astronomy Meeting 2019
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National Astronomy Meeting 2019
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National Astronomy Meeting 2019
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National Astronomy Meeting 2019
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National Astronomy Meeting 2019
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National Astronomy Meeting 2019
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National Astronomy Meeting 2019
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National Astronomy Meeting 2019
Participation in conference

  • Observational Astrophysics