Anton Pannekoek Institute for Astronomy
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’s Program in Astronomy & Astrophysics.
I gave recently a small internal talk about the general approach we are adopting to solve the MHD system of equations that describes the structure of a black hole’s jet. I am uploading the slides, so if there is anybody interested in the subject or just in knowing what we are studying with some more details, there you go!… Continue reading →
The most important recent news (besides Salomé’s defense on 1 July!) is that I have been selected for the 2015 Beatrice Tinsley Centennial Visiting Professorship at UT Austin (where a “distinguished mid career or senior professor is invited to visit for up to a semester”), to spend some months in spring 2015 at the Astronomy Department there! I’m super excited, …Read More →