I am interested in the connection between numerical relativity,
gravitational wave and kilonova modeling, and multi-messenger astronomy.
In particular, I am
- studying the moving puncture method to model black hole spacetimes.
- performing general relativistic hydrodynamic simulations of binary neutron star systems.
- developing gravitational-wave models for the analysis of binary neutron star and black hole - neutron star systems.
- simulating exotic compact objects and trying to understand the imprint of dark matter on the compact binary coalescence.
- modeling and interpreting kilonovae and other electromagnetic transients.
in constraining the Hubble constant and the equation of state of
supranuclear dense matter within a nuclear physics multi-messenger
is a link to my publications from SPIRES, and here
is a link to my publications from the ADS database.
2010 B.Sc. in Physics - Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg
2012 M.Sc. in Physics - Friedrich Schiller University Jena
2016 PhD. in Physics - Friedrich Schiller University Jena
Student assistant at the Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg and
for the Interdisciplinary Center of Materials Science in Halle (Saale)
2011-2012: Student assistant for the SFB/TR-7 Gravitationswellenastronomie
2012-2015: Graduate assistant for the SFB/TR-7 Gravitationswellenastronomie and the Friedrich-Schiller University Jena
2015-2018: Junior Scientist/Postdoc at the AEI
2018-2020: Marie Sklodowska-Curie Fellow at Nikhef, Amsterdam
since 2020: Professor in Theoretical Astrophysics at Potsdam University
since 2020: Adjunct Researcher at the AEI Potsdam