Blazar
Artistic impression of an active galactic nucleus with an outflow of material. Supermassive black holes at the center of galaxies can accrete material into disks (yellow/orange) and expel a small fraction of that material into perpendicular outflows called jets. ©ESO / M Kornmesser

I am a Postdoc at GRAPPA API, University of Amsterdam.

My areas of research are in astroparticle physics and astronomy. I am interested in active galactic nuclei (AGN) and blazars, the most luminous persistent sources in the Universe. I focus on multiwavelength and multimessenger studies, but I have most experience with X-ray observations. I have also worked on the X-ray observability of Supernovae type Ia. Feel free to contact me with any questions or inquiries.

Upcoming travels, conferences and meetings

  • September 26-28: Radio – γ-ray: Transient Alert Mechanisms
  • November 5 – 19: CTA Consortium Meeting, La Palma