I'm an assistant professor in Physics and Astronomy at Georgia State University.
My research is in the field of Computational Astrophysics and my interest is in the interior of low-mass stars, and in the interstellar medium. I use magnetohydrodynamic and fluid closures to understand how fundamental plasma physics like turbulence, magnetic instabilities, convection, and the dynamo contribute to stellar evolution, space weather, and cosmic ray diffusion.
I am a member of the Georgia AstroInformatics Nexus (GAIN).
- PHYS 2212: Principles of Physics II (electricity and magnetism)
- PHYS 3550: Mathematical Methods and Computational Physics I
- PHYS 3560: Mathematical Methods and Computational Physics II
- ASTR/PHYS 4130/8130: Introduction to Fluid Dynamics with Astrophysical Applications