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Research interests

Galaxy formation and evolution

Active Galactic Nuclei

Submillimetre and far-infrared astronomy

Teaching specialisms

Cosmology and large-scale structure

Laboratory Physics



Jason Stevens was awarded a PhD by the University of Central Lancashire in 1995 for work on highly beamed radio sources. He worked for the James Clerk Maxwell Telescope from 1995 to 1997 before returning to the UK to take postdoctoral positions at MSSL (UCL) and the UKATC in Edinburgh. In 2005 he moved to the University of Hertfordshire where he now holds a Readership in Astronomy. His interests are in submillimetre and far-infrared astronomy with a focus on active galactic nuclei and their role in the galaxy formation process.


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