Ashkbiz Danehkar holds a Ph.D. in Physics and Astronomy from Macquarie University. His research interests include theoretical physics, plasma physics and observational astronomy. He has carried out research on observational astronomy at Macquarie University since 2010, and he have been involved with the studies of planetary nebulae: physical conditions, chemical abundances, kinematics and ionization structures. During his postgraduate studies in Plasma Physics at Queen’s University Belfast, he studied linear and nonlinear structures in multi-species suprathermal plasmas using numerical methods in 2009. He was an early-stage researcher with the University of Craiova in 2008, involved in quantum field theory and constrained dynamics for theoretical physics. He obtained an M.Sc. in Computational Engineering from University of Rostock in 2007, which is a field consisting of physics, mathematics and computer science.
Macquarie University, Australia