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A bit about myself
I'm currently a D.Phil. student in Astrophysics at the University of Oxford. Supervised on my thesis by Julien Devriendt and Adrianne Slyz, I investigate the puzzling standing questions regarding magnetic fields in, and around galaxies. I am funded by a Hintze Scholarship awarded by the Oxford Hintze Centre for Astrophysical Surveys.
My research employs my newly generated state-of-the-art cosmological magneto-hydrodynamical simulations. The physics employed aim to capture the most relevant processes in the formation and evolution of galaxies.
I am interested in understanding what is the origin of magnetic fields in galaxies and the cosmos, and how these magnetic fields intervene in turn the birth and growth of galaxies. I am also interested in the role played by cosmic rays in galaxy evolution.
If you are interested in having me around to give a talk (scientific or outreach), please don't doubt to drop me an email. I'd love to pay a visit and chat about science in general.