We really enjoyed having Hannah Sanderson in our group over the summer of 2020, who completed a summer project with Moira remotely during the pandemic. She was funded by the Cormack Undergraduate Vacation Scholarship. Her summer project focussed on trying to understand if dust in the atmosphere of M dwarfs could be responsible for the strange light curves that are observed.
She wrote about her project for a case study on the RSE website, which you can read in full here. She is currently writing up this project into a journal article.
She is now off to Oxford to start her PhD – best of luck Hannah!