I am an astrophysicist and private lecturer at the University of Cologne, Germany, working in the field of computational astrophysics.
My main research focuses on the interstellar medium and the formation of stars in the present-day universe.
I am interested in High Performance Computing and the analysis of Big Data and am involved as a co-developer of various astrophysical software packages.
As a private lecturer I am supervising Bachelor-, Master- and PhD-theses. For more information and available topics, feel free to contact me.
I. Physikalisches Institut
Universität zu Köln
Zülpicher Straße 77
phone: +49 221 / 470 6147
e-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
- Present day star formation:
- magnetic fields
- star forming filaments
- molecular cloud formation
- interstellar medium
- protostellar disks and outflows
- Synthetic observations
- Interstellar turbulence
- Primordial star formation
- Astrochemistry (KROME)
- Radiative transfer (FLASH PP)
- High Performance Computing