In particular, my algorithms (described in this paper) have turned out to be immediately useful to ESA, and so I'm moving to Germany to deploy them at ESOC. These algorithms analyse a time-series of ephemerides and detect changes in it, e.g. caused by explosions, collisions or other events that physically affect the object. I'm really glad I got to work on this because the same algorithms are used to monitoring health of physical systems, e.g. satellites. My ultimate ambition is to work in spacecraft operations, and this experience will come in useful.
This blog is mainly intended to write about my research. So if that's the sort of information that you, dear reader, are after you've come to the right place. I may give way to my epoistolographic needs sometimes, however, so be prepared.