Ms Cleo Loi


  • 2015-present: PhD candidate, Cambridge University
  • 2010-2014: BSc (Adv) (Hons I), Sydney University


Cleo is a member of the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics Astrophysical Fluid Dynamics research group. Her research aims to examine the effects of magnetic fields on stellar oscillations and waves in stellar interiors.

Supervisor: Prof. John Papaloizou

Advisor: Dr. Henrik Latter

Selected Publications

  • Loi & Papaloizou, Effects of a strong magnetic field on internal gravity waves: trapping, phase mixing, reflection and dynamical chaos, MNRAS (accepted), 2018
  • Loi & Papaloizou, Torsional Alfvén resonances as an efficient damping mechanism for non-radial oscillations in red giant stars, MNRAS, 2017
  • Loi, Murphy, Cairns et al., A new angle for probing field-aligned irregularities with the Murchison Widefield Array, Radio Science, 2016
  • Loi, Cairns, Murphy et al., Density duct formation in the wake of a travelling ionospheric disturbance: Murchison Widefield Array observations, JGRA, 2016
  • Loi, Murphy, Bell et al., Quantifying ionospheric effects on time-domain astrophysics with the Murchison Widefield Array, MNRAS, 2015
  • Loi, Trott, Murphy et al., Power spectrum analysis of ionospheric fluctuations with the Murchison Widefield Array, Radio Science, 2015
  • Loi, Murphy, Cairns et al., Real-time imaging of density ducts between the plasmasphere and ionosphere, GRL, 2015