Dr R Tittley
Eric is a member of the following School research institute:
Dr Eric Tittley is the Research Computing Officer at the Institute for Astronomy at the Royal Observatory Edinburgh, a position taken up in 2016 after being a Postdoctoral Research Associate since 2003 and the High Performance Computing Specialist since 2009. Eric manages the computing resources for the research staff and groups within the Institute, including hardware purchasing, cluster administration, parallel programming guidance, and performance tuning.
Dr Tittley's research interests are split between the Intergalactic Medium with emphasis on the effect of hydrogen and helium reionisation on the warm-hot intergalactic medium and the state of disrupted galaxy clusters. and the nature of Dark Matter, particularly the potential for it to be self-interacting. Consequently, he is heavily involved with numerical simulations of cosmological gas dynamics and observational tests of dark matter self-interaction.
Eric is also the IfA representative on the School of Physics and Astronomy Computing Committee and IfA Web Administrator.
- Gas around galaxy haloes - II. Hydrogen absorption signatures from the environments of galaxies at redshifts 2 <z <3 DOI, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 453, 1, p. 899-913
- The behaviour of dark matter associated with four bright cluster galaxies in the 10 kpc core of Abell 3827, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 449, p. 3393-3406
- Science, 347, 6229, p. 1462-1465
- Gas around galaxy haloes: methodology comparisons using hydrodynamical simulations of the intergalactic medium DOI, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 445, 3, p. 2462-2475
- Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 441, 1, p. 404-416