I am a Computational Astrophysicist and Data Scientist working as a Postdoc Researcher at the Department of Astrophysics, within the Institute of Mathematics, Astrophysics and Particle Physics, at Radboud University, in Nijmegen, the Netherlands.
My main academic research interests are:
- the structure and evolution of galactic magnetic fields;
- the role played by cosmic rays and magnetic fields on galaxy formation and evolution, and
- the physical properties of the interstellar medium
My work at Radboud University is part of the MAGALOPS project, which aim is to produce an accurate and well-motivated model of the magnetic field of the Milky Way by combining a range of observational tracers, including optical starlight polarization.
In order to achieve these goals, I am heavily involved in the development of the Interstellar MAGnetic field INference Engine, or the IMAGINE software, an API and set of software tools which enables the construction of a pipeline that combines a variety of datasets to constrain and compare galaxy models on a Baysian framework. This work is done work as part of the IMAGINE Consortium, an international and interdisciplinary collaboration with the objective of developing a better and more integrated understanding of the various components of the Galactic interstellar medium.
One can find an up-to-date list of my publications in one of the following websites:
One can find some of my contributions to public codes in the links below