CTAMOP welcomes new Post-Doctoral researcher

Last updated September 18, 2017 by Andrew Brown

Gregory Armstrong

A warm welcome (back) to Dr. Gregory Armstrong, who joins CTAMOP on a two year contract this week.

Gregory will be working in the intense laser matter area with Prof. Hugo van der Hart and Dr. Andrew Brown on the EPSRC-funded Software Flagship project: ‘R-matrix suites for multielectron attosecond dynamics in atoms and molecules irradiated by arbitrarily polarised light’ (or R-MADAM for short).

Gregory completed his PhD in CTAMOP under the supervision of Prof. Ken Taylor, before heading to the USA for two post-doc appointments: firstly in the Los Alamos National Lab, and then Kansas State University.


We are a Research Cluster of the School of Mathematics and Physics at Queen’s University Belfast in Northern Ireland. Our research interests are focused primarily on computational and theoretical physics.

Old Physics Building

The Old Physics Building,
where CTAMOP is situated.