I am a PhD candidate and NASA Future Investigator at the Astronomy Department at The University of Arizona in Tucson (AZ). I work with Vasilis Paschalidis on various topics in gravitational physics. I use and extend the Einstein Toolkit to perform dynamical-spacetime simulations. You can find more details about me in the More about me page, and more about what I do in my Research page.
Follow any of these links to find my works on various platforms:
Relevant contributions to Science
In rough chronological order (first is most recent):
- New user- and developer-friendly post-processing package for the Einstein Toolkit
- First numerical-relativity simulations of quasi-circular merger of charged black holes
- First constraint on black-hole charge from gravitational waves
- New universal relations for rotating neutron stars
Office N317, Steward Observatory, 933 N Cherry Ave, 85721, Tucson, AZ
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