Beecroft Institute for Particle Astrophysics and Cosmology
The BIPAC is a hub of research in theoretical astrophysics and physics, focusing on the origin and evolution of the universe, the formation of large scale structure, dark energy, dark matter and the theory of gravitation.
Galaxy formation and evolution
Geophysical and Astrophysical Fluid Dynamics
In which we study and research fluid dynamical phenomena and processes that occur in geophysical and astrophysical systems such as planetary atmospheres and oceans, stars, accretion disks and interstellar gas clouds.
Laboratory astroparticle physics
cosmic magnetic fields, turbulence, quantum plasmas, fusion energy, quantum gravity
Laser fusion and extreme field physics
Laser-plasma accelerator group
We study laser-driven plasma accelerators and their applications.
Oxford Centre for High Energy Density Science (OxCHEDS)
The Oxford Centre For High Energy Density Science (OxCHEDS) brings together groups from across Atomic and Laser physics (and beyond) with an interest in the study of matter under extreme conditions.
Planet formation and dynamics
Pulsars, transients and relativistic astrophysics
The extreme astrophysics of neutron stars and black holes
Research interests in planetary bodies throughout the solar system and beyond.
Theoretical astrophysics and plasma physics at RPC
Theoretical astrophysics and plasma physics at RPC (including galactic and planetary dynamics, plasma astrophysics, and plasma theory for magnetic confinement fusion, all united by common interest in kinetic theory and nonlinear dynamics)