Dr David Marsh
David Marsh obtained his undergraduate degree from the University of Edinburgh in 2009 in Mathematical Physics, and his PhD in Theoretical Physics in 2012 from the University of Oxford. He did postdoctoral research at the Perimeter Institute and King’s College London, as a Royal Astronomical Society fellow. In 2017 he was awarded the Sofja Kowalevskaja prize from the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, and went on to a Professorship at the University of Goettingen. David returned to King’s in 2021 as an Ernest Rutherford Fellow.
- Dark matter, in particular the hypothetical axion and axion-like particles
- Cosmology, and the growth of structure in the Universe
- Direct detection of axions using antiferromagnetic materials
- String theory, and how to test it with astrophysical and cosmological data
- Bayesian statistics and Monte Carlo methods