Welcome to my homepage!

I am an FWO senior postdoctoral research fellow in the Institute of Astronomy at KU Leuven in Belgium. This website contains information about me and my research activities within astronomy. If you wish to get in contact with me then please email me.


Find out more about my current and past research interests, including my publications and PhD thesis.

About Me

Find out more about me, including my current and past employment and my contact details.


Useful Links

  • My BitBucket: bitbucket.org/DominicBowman/
  • My GitHub: github.com/dbowman234/

  • IvS homepage: fys.kuleuven.be/ster
  • Mercator homepage: mercator.iac.es/
  • FWO homepage: fwo.be

  • ADS: adsabs.harvard.edu
  • arXiv: arxiv.org/list/astro-ph.SR
  • ESO data portal: archive.eso.org
  • GAIA: gaia.ari.uni-heidelberg.de
  • gaia-kepler.fun: gaia-kepler.fun
  • KASOC: kasoc.phys.au.dk
  • Kepler EB catalogue: keplerebs.villanova.edu
  • Kepler exoplanet archive: exoplanetarchive.ipac.caltech.edu
  • lightkurve: lightkurve.org
  • MAST: archive.stsci.edu
  • PERIOD04: http://period04.net
  • SHOC@SAAO wiki: topswiki.saao.ac.za
  • SIMBAD: simbad.u-strasbg.fr/simbad/
  • Gray's Spectroscopy Website: ned.ipac.caltech.edu/level5/Gray/
  • TASOC: tasoc.dk

  • Springer Book

    My PhD thesis entitled Amplitude Modulation of Pulsation Modes in Delta Scuti Stars was published as a research monograph by Springer Nature as part of the Springer Theses series in 2017. It includes a comprehensive literature review of amplitude modulation across the HR diagram, and an overview of recent investigations and discoveries involving delta Scuti stars observed by the Kepler Space Telescope.

    Nature Astronomy

    My article entitled "Low-frequency gravity waves in blue supergiants revealed by high-precision space photometry", which includes a large sample of hot massive stars observed by the NASA K2 and TESS space telescopes, was published on 6 May 2019 in Nature Astronomy.


    Our article "On the signature of a 70-solar-mass black hole in LB-1", which demonstrates the true nature of the purported massive black hole in the LB-1 system, was published on 30 April 2020 in Nature.