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Languages: German (native), English (fluent), Dutch (nearly fluent), French (B2 level)
- 07/2016 – present: Postdoctoral researcher at GRAPPA & API at the University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Projects: Multiwavelength and multimessenger study of blazars (Krauss, 2018 [#27 in list of publications]) and X-ray binaries (Krauss, in prep.), X-ray observations of young AGN (Krauss, 2018 [#24]), multimessenger transient events for the next generation ESFRI facilities within the ASTERICS H2020 program.
Advisors: David Berge, Sera Markoff
- 03/2013 – 06/2016: PhD magna cum laude, FAU Erlangen, thesis: Extreme Environments: From supermassive black holes to supernovae
Advisors: Joern Wilms, Matthias Kadler
- 2013: M.Sc. in Physics, FAU Erlangen, thesis: Multiwavelength Observations of TANAMI Sources
2010: B.Sc. in Physics, FAU Erlangen, thesis: Swift Observations of TANAMI Counterparts
- 2007: Abitur (equivalent: high school graduation)
High-energy astrophysics, black hole systems in particular: dynamic multiwavelength (radio through gamma rays) and multimessenger information from jets (AGN and microquasars, X-ray observations of supernovae Ia, and peculiar AGN (young radio galaxies, unusual sources).
Member of the following collaborations: