Roger Clowes is research active within the area of astrophysics and has interests in cosmology and extragalactic astrophysics. Particular emphases are the large-scale structure of the early universe and the environments of quasars. With collaborator Luis Campusano (Univ. de Chile) he discovered the largest structure known in the early universe.
Research in cosmology and extragalactic astrophysics. Teaches courses in cosmology, particle physics, and relativity - both on-campus and distance-learning.
- PhD, Astronomy, University of Edinburgh, 1980
- BSc(Hons) Physics, University of Birmingham
- The largest structures in the early universe
- Evolution of the cosmic web
- Environments of quasars
- Rare types of quasars
- Fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society
- Member of the American Astronomical Society
- Member of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific
- Member of the International Astronomical Union