I am a postdoctoral researcher working at the Observatoire de la Côte d’Azur in Nice, France. My research mainly focuses on the extreme physics of massive binary stars using high resolution numerical simulations. I try to understand how they evolve, emit their energetic radiation and how they influence their surroundings. I consider the entire lifecycle of massive stars from colliding stellar winds the final stages of stellar evolution to the relativistic outflows when a compact object is present/forming and final merger of the remnant compact objects leading to gravitational wave emission. 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. While base most of my work on numerical simulations and analytic estimates, I cultivate a close connection with observational data. I develop and work with several tools to model the multi wavelength emission of the systems I model. I enjoy working on various topics and combine different fields to perform innovative research.