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Faculty of Mathematics



  • 2020-present: Junior Research Fellow, Homerton College, University of Cambridge
  • 2016-2020: PhD, DAMTP, University of Cambridge
  • 2015-16: MSci Physics, Gonville and Caius, University of Cambridge
  • 2012-15: BA Natural Sciences, Gonville and Caius, University of Cambridge


Amelia is a member of the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics Relativity and Gravitation research group.  Her current research interests are axion and gravitational wave signatures from cosmic strings, and neutrino oscillations around black holes. She is a developer of the adaptive mesh numerical relativity code, GRChombo (


Cosmic String Radiation with Adaptive Mesh Refinement
AL Drew
Black holes, gravitational waves and fundamental physics: A roadmap
L Barack, V Cardoso, S Nissanke, TP Sotiriou, A Askar, K Belczynski, G Bertone, E Bon, D Blas, R Brito, T Bulik, C Burrage, CT Byrnes, C Caprini, M Chernyakova, P Chrusciel, M Colpi, V Ferrari, D Gaggero, J Gair, J Garcia-Bellido, SF Hassan, L Heisenberg, M Hendry, IS Heng et al.
– Classical and Quantum Gravity
Volume 36,
Using computing models from particle physics to investigate dose-toxicity correlations in cancer radiotherapy
A Drew, PJ Elwood, K Harrison, MA Parker, HL Pullen, M Romanchikova, E Silvester, AD Sultana, MPF Sutcliffe, SJ Thomas, PL Yeap
– Journal of Physics: Conference Series
Applying physical science techniques and CERN technology to an unsolved problem in radiation treatment for cancer: the multidisciplinary 'VoxTox' research programme.
NG Burnet, JE Scaife, M Romanchikova, SJ Thomas, AM Bates, E Wong, DJ Noble, LEA Shelley, SJ Bond, JR Forman, ACF Hoole, GC Barnett, FM Brochu, MPD Simmons, R Jena, K Harrison, PL Yeap, A Drew, E Silvester, P Elwood, H Pullen, A Sultana, SYK Seah, MZ Wilson, SG Russell et al.
– CERN Ideasq J Exp Innov

Research Group

Relativity and Gravitation