Georgia State University  
 
 

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).

Courses Taught

  • 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

Research Opportunities