I am an Astrophysicist (Principal Investigator) at Eureka Scientific funded by a NASA ADAP grant from 2022. Prior to taking this position, I was a Research Fellow at the University of Michigan (2019–2021), and a postdoctoral fellow at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics (2015–2018). I obtained my PhD in Physics and Astronomy from Macquarie University. My research interests include theoretical astrophysics and observational astronomy. I carried out my research on planetary nebulae at Macquarie University between 2010 and 2014 and have been involved with the physical conditions, chemical abundances, morpho-kinematics, and ionization structures. During my postgraduate studies at Queen’s University Belfast in 2009, I studied linear and nonlinear solitary wave structures in multi-species suprathermal plasmas using numerical methods. I was an early-stage researcher at the University of Craiova in 2008, involved in constrained dynamics for gravitational physics.
- AGN Feedback: Ultra-fast Outflows, Relativistic Jets, Black Holes Spins
- ISM: Jets and Outflows, Planetary Nebulae, Abundances and Photoionization
- Starburst Feedback: Galactic Superwinds, Star Formation
- Spectroscopy: IFU, Chandra HETGS, HST WFC3, HST COS, VLA
- Theoretical Physics: General Relativity, Plasma Physics
Siding Spring Observatory, NSW, Australia, August 2012, A. Danehkar
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