ARC Centre for Quantum Computation & Communication Technology, School of Mathematics & Physics, The University of Queensland, Australia.
Certificates in Astronomy and Cosmology Certificate of Higher Education in Astronomy with Distinction B.Sc. Astronomy [Honors] 1st Class PhD Candidate in Relativistic Quantum Information [Queensland University]
‘Undergrad student overcomes invisibility hurdle,’ Cosmos Magazine, 16th Aug 2011.
‘The Milky Way galaxy’s new shape,’ Cosmos Magazine, 19th July 2011.
‘Neptune’s day measured to the second,’ Cosmos Magazine, 4th July 2011.
‘Bohmian Trajectories, Weak-Values, and Relativity‘ – Poster presentation at the AIP Congress 2018, 10th December 5.30-6.30 p.m.
‘Bohmian Trajectories, Weak-Values, and Relativity‘ – Talk 25-minute with 5-minute question time, at RQI South, Customs House, Brisbane, 20th – 22 February 2019.
‘My Journey through the Cosmos‘ – 3th March 2017, NAS: Newcastle University.
‘Particles and the Forces between Them‘ – 6th September 2013 – NAS: Newcastle University.
‘Water in the Solar System‘ – 4th April 2013 – Sutherland Astronomical Society, Green Point Observatory.
‘Cosmology and the role of the General Theory of Relativity‘ – 5th October 2012 – NAS: Newcastle University.
‘GAIA: the Dawn of High Precision Micro-Arcsecond Astrometry‘ – 6th July 2012 – NAS: Newcastle University.
‘Cosmology and the role of the General Theory of Relativity‘ – 7th June 2012 – Sutherland Astronomical Society (SAS).
‘Water on the Moon‘ – 3rd Feb 2012 – Newcastle Astronomical Society (NAS): Newcastle University.
I created and ran three courses on cosmology at the Central Coast Community College, University of Newcastle campus in Ourimbah NSW, these were the three courses – ran for a full year in 2013-2014.
‘Our Universe – Introduction’ – introduction to basic concepts and an overview of the concordance model.
‘Our Universe – Intermediate’ – expanding on the first course, more detail is covered using high school mathematics.
‘Our Universe – Advanced’ – expanding with a non-tensor mathematical analysis of Einstein’s general theory of relativity.
The area of interest is Special & General Relativity and its relationship with Cosmology. SN1a (supernovae 1a) and GRBs (Gamma ray busters) are also of interest. I like Astronomy in general and also theoretical physics as well; the combination of these subjects takes up most of my academic study time. Special Relativity and unified theories, including string theory, are also on the list. I am a bit of an Einstein buff and also enjoy reading treatments of Einstein’s work.
My name is Estelle Asmodelle and I am a professional artist as well as a scientist and have been painting all my life, and exhibited in many countries and galleries around the world. You can see more of my art at Abstract Artist. I was born 50 years to the day of the birth of Robert Oppenheimer, and 230 years to the day of the birth of Immanuel Kant. It seems rather auspicious, considering my areas of interest.
In my early academic life, I studied toward a B.Sc. (Physics), and then two years later transferred to a B.Math (Computing Science). It was in these early student days that my passion for relativity and cosmology was first sparked.
In the past, I’ve also been a director of two other technology companies, in Australia and have been actively involved in research and development of innovative technologies as a designer and inventor. I’ve worked with computers most of my life and have designed automated systems and have published over a dozen patents and articles in technology publications in robotics and machine control systems. I have had to deal with many academics at various universities within Australia, in regards to the systems I’ve designed and consulted with professors in electrical and mechanical engineering and also some physics departments as well.
More recently, namely since 2008, I’ve returned to university and continued my passion for astronomy and cosmology and am working towards a B.Sc. (Hons.) in Astronomy with the University of Central Lancashire, UCLAN, in the UK. I am active in writing about astrophysics and relativity and am a student member of the Institute of Physics (UK), and a student member of the Australasian Society for General Relativity and Gravitation (Aust.). I have written for Cosmos magazine (Australia) and have also written feature articles for the Journal of the Institute of Science and Technology in the UK, about astrophysics and relativity.
In 2012 I started getting invitations to various astronomical groups to give presentations in areas of interest and these are continuing. There is a list of these presentations on this page for anyone interested in learning more about my activities.
In 2017 I completed my B.Sc. Astronomy [honours 1st class]. Then in January of 2018 I started studying towards a PhD in Relativistic Quantum Information at Queensland University. My doctoral thesis is entitled:
‘Quantum interpretations in relativistic quantum information.’
Names of advisors: Professor Timothy Ralph (Principal) and Dr Austin Lund (Associate).