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(Main photo: Friday Evening Discourse at the Royal Institution, Photo credit: Katherine Leedale)

About

Dr. Suzie Sheehy is a physicist, academic and science communicator who divides her time between her research groups at the University of Oxford (where she is a Royal Society University Research Fellow) and the University of Melbourne (where she is Senior Lecturer). Her research focuses on developing new particle accelerators for future applications in areas such as medicine and energy.

An award-winning public speaker, presenter and science communicator, Suzie is dedicated to sharing science beyond the academic community. She has delivered professional lectures and keynote presentations, written and delivered live shows to tens of thousands of students, is an expert TV presenter of Impossible Engineering for Discovery Channel and in 2018 delivered her first TED talk as part of TEDx Sydney, which has received over 1.4M views – watch it on TED.com.

(For colleagues and collaborators, my University of Melbourne page is here and my Oxford University webpage is here.)

Photo credit: Charles Henderson Photography 

Contact

For email/social media see links below.

 

John Adams Institute for Accelerator Science

Denys Wilkinson Building

Keble Rd, Oxford, OX1 3RH

 

Welcome. Please follow the links to find out more, or get in touch.

(Main photo: Friday Evening Discourse at the Royal Institution, Photo credit: Katherine Leedale)