I am a postdoctoral researcher at the Caltech, working in Phil Hopkins’ group. Before that, I was a postdoc at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, working with Philip Chang. I completed my PhD in 2012, supervised by Guillaume Dubus (IPAG, Grenoble, France) and Sébastien Fromang (CEA-Saclay, France).
My research mainly focuses on the extreme outflows from compact objects, which emit highly energetic light. I try to understand how they evolve, emit their energetic radiation and how they influence their surroundings. I mostly use high resolution numerical simulations and some analytic calculations. As you can see from my Projects, I have worked on “astronomical” range of distances, from the close surroundings of fast-rotating pulsars to the cosmological impact of supermassive black holes. I enjoy working on various topics and combine different fields to perform innovative research.