I'm an assistant professor in the physics department at Florida State University.
My research revolves around simulating magnetized turbulence.
I work on both software development and simulations of turbulence in molecular clouds. I'm mostly interested in star formation, but the turbulence and software are pretty interesting as well. I'm also interested in the observational signatures of collapsing turbulence.
The software I use most often is the code Enzo, for which I wrote a magnetohydrodynamics (MHD) package and generally aid in its well being, and yt , which is an outstanding data analysis package designed to work with codes like Enzo.
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