Astronomical Institute “Anton Pannekoek”
University of Amsterdam
Science Park 904, rm. C4.115
1098 XH Amsterdam, Netherlands
T +31 20 525 7478/7491
I work at the interface of Astrophysics and Astroparticle Physics, and am interested in a variety of problems relating to the accretion process especially around black holes, both big and small.
I am also the Director of the Master Program in Astronomy & Astrophysics.
Hi all, my name is Riley Connors, and I arrived in Amsterdam in September to begin my PhD under the supervision of Sera. I’m at the stage now where I’ve encountered most of the teething problems you would associate with moving country, and I’m pretty well settled into life here, both in a work and social context. Amsterdam is a … Continue reading →
I seem to be on a roll here! I use the very professional word “gunk” to describe the material between the Galactic center and us in this little blurb in Scientific American: http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=milky-way-black-hole-jet. I was not involved in this paper but I find it super interesting, and in fact one of the PhD students in my group, Sander Walg, …Read More →
- AAS meetingJan 05, 2014 - Jan 09, 2014
- ENS talkFeb 06, 2014 - Feb 06, 2014Location: Paris
- APS talkApr 06, 2014 - Apr 06, 2014Location: Savannah, GA