I am an assistant teaching fellow in the department of physics. I am passionate about improving representation and diversity in the department, and I am an active member of the Juno Committee and the Women in Physics group.
I completed my PhD in the Centre for Cold Matter, trying to measure the electron's electric dipole moment using YbF molecules. You can find more information about this experiment here. I also spent three years working at the Max Planck Institute for Quantum Optics as a postdoc, studying collisions between cold polyatomic molecules. You can find out more about this research here.
My research interests are centred around precision measurement - in particular as tests of fundamental symmetries - as well as the production and application of cold and ultracold molecules.
Sauer BE, Devlin JA, Rabey IM, 2017, A big measurement of a small moment, New Journal of Physics, Vol:19, ISSN:1367-2630
et al., 2016, Low magnetic Johnson noise electric field plates for precision measurement, Review of Scientific Instruments, Vol:87, ISSN:1089-7623
Rabey IM, 2017, Improved shot noise of the YbF EDM experiment