Welcome to my homepage!
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
I carry out research
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
Current group postdocs
: Ryan Westernacher
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
to schedule a meeting and discuss
about potential projects.
Useful links: arXiv, ADS, Tucson weather
Note: please email me if you find
any broken links or other errors on this website.