⇜ Mathieu Renzo

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Research Interests

I am a PhD student in the Anton Pannekoek Institute at the University of Amsterdam, where I am part of the BinCosmos group, led by Selma E. de Mink. Presently, I am also a graduate student fellow in the Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics in Santa Barbara. My focus is on numerical simulations of massive stars in binary systems using both the detailed stellar structure and evolution code MESA, and the population synthesis code binary_c.

In June 2015, I obtained my Master degree (find my thesis here) from the University of Pisa. In my thesis, I explored the effects of mass loss on the stellar evolution and structure, and the implications for the pre-supernova cores and therefore final fate of the stars.

My choice of being an astrophysicist is motivated by the large variety of different physical phenomena that can be studied in an astrophysical context, and I want my work to be as tied as possible to observations.


 

BinCosmos Group Members

Selma E. de Mink, Ylva L. L. Götberg, Emmanouil (Manos) Zapartas, Coen Neijssel, Ruben Boots, Max Briel, Floor Broekgaarden.