Vasileios Paschalidis

Department of Astronomy Astro office: SO 338
Department Physics Phys office: PAS 356
The University of Arizona email:
Tucson, AZ 85719

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I am an Assistant Professor in the Departments of Astronomy and Physics at the University of Arizona, and one of the 5 core faculty of the Theoretical Astrophysics Program at Arizona. I carry out research at the interface of gravitational physics and astrophysics. The goal of my work is to understand strong field gravitation and to solve long-standing astrophysical puzzles. Much of my work aims at modeling gravitational wave sources and multimessenger sources, especially those currently observed by both the LIGO/Virgo instruments, and a number of missions observing across the electromagnetic spectrum.

I have the privilige of working with outstanding students and postdocs at the University of Arizona.
Current group graduate students: Gabriele Bozzola, Jane Bright, Pedro Espino, Carolyn Raithel, Erik Wessel, Alex Higgins
Current group postdocs: Ryan Westernacher, Wen Sixiang

I am always excited to work with students. Undergraduate and graduate students interested in numerical relativity, gravitation, gravitational wave source modeling, and relativistic astrophysics are encouraged to contact me via email to schedule a meeting and discuss about potential projects.

Useful links: arXiv, ADS, Tucson weather

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