Robert Izzard's Pages of Astronomical Happiness

Robert Izzard's page of astronomical happiness
I was an astrophysicist in the Stellar Astrophysics group
at the Argelander Institute for Astronomy,
part of the University of Bonn.
As of March 2015 I have moved to the
Institute of Astronomy, University of Cambridge, UK.
My work
  • The Evolution of single, binary and multiple stars
  • The origin of the chemical elements
  • Stellar nucleosynthesis and chemically peculiar stars
  • Astrostatistics of single and multiple stellar systems
  • Globular clusters and their multiple stellar generations
  • Chemical evolution of the Galaxy
  • The progenitors of Gamma-Ray Bursts
  • Computational astrophysics
  • AIfA News feed
  • The big giveaway!

Winter Term 2014-15 teaching

Recent and upcoming meetings and workshops

Institute and beyond

Recent Publications

To the left you can find links to my publications, talks, posters, teaching material and computer codes.

Why I have a cricket bat in my office

At the NAM 2011 with Albert and Liz, doing real observing and getting my free Jodcast T-shirt (in exchange for an interview!).
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