Welcome to Graham Lee's Homepage

I'm a PhD researcher for the LEAP Project (Life, Electricity, Atmospheres, Planets) in the astronomy department at the University of St Andrews. My main focus of research is the cloud formation, nucleation and growth in Brown Dwarf and exoplanet atmospheres. I am also investigating the effect of cloud particles on the hydrodynamics and radiative-transfer in 3D global circulation models [GCMs] of these atmospheres.
I'm supervised by Dr. Christiane Helling.

Currently Teaching:

Previous Teaching:

  • Semester 1: AS1001/AS1101 - Astronomy and Astrophysics 1 - Tutor & Lab Demonstrator
  • Semester 2: AS3013 - Computational Astrophysics - Demonstrator
  • AS2001/AS2101 - Astronomy and Astrophysics 2 - Tutor & Lab Demonstrator

  • Students don't hesitate to hunt me down in the physics building (Room 256) or e-mail me with any questions/problems you may have with the courses.

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