Sean McGee, Associate Professor in Astrophysics

I am an Associate Professor in Astrophysics at the University of Birmingham.

My main research interests involve studies of galaxy groups and clusters and the effect these environments have on galaxy evolution; the short timescale evolution of galaxies (e.g. as measured with transients); and the first generation of stars and black holes. I am working as part of several large collaborations such as 4MOST, WEAVE and LSST, and am preparing for upcoming missions like CASTOR, MSE and LISA.

I am an editor at the Open Journal of Astrophysics and the Galaxies section editor of the upcoming Encyclopedia of Astrophysics.

A summary of my past research, in the form of a publication list, is here.