Dr Martin Stringer

Research Fellow

Julius Kruttschnitt Mineral Research Centre
Sustainable Minerals Institute


Dr Stringer is a theoretical physicist whose research career originally focussed on cosmology and galaxy evolution, until his mounting concern for our own planet bought him back down to Earth to work on terrestrial problems. Since then, he has been applying the various mathematical modelling techniques developed over ten-year career studying the formation of galaxies to a variety of other systems, from models of island reforestation and interacting wildlife populations, to future systems of power generation, resource supply chains, and energy markets.


  • Doctor of Philosophy in Astrophysics, Oxford University


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Book Chapter

  • Stringer, M. J., Benson, A. J., Bundy, K. and Ellis, R. S. (2010). AGN, downsizing and galaxy bimodality. In Vincenzo Antonuccio-Delogu and Joseph Silk (Ed.), AGN feedback in galaxy formation (pp. 52-60) Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press. doi:10.1017/cbo9780511761386.009

Journal Article

Conference Publication

  • Stringer, M. J. and Benson, A. J. (2008). Modeling the formation and evolution of disk galaxies. In: Pathways Through An Eclectic Universe. Conference on Pathways Through and Eclectic Universe, Santiago del Teide Spain, (500-501). Apr 23-27, 2007.

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