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Berry Branches


  • My publications can be found through NASA's ADS (link).

  • Another database is Google Scholar, although not that updated (link).

  • Recent Collaborations :

    • Prof. Angeles Perez-Garcia, University of Salamanca, Spain.  Topic: Neutrino flavors- theory.

    • Prof. Ashley VillarPennsylvania St. University, USA.  Topic: SNe & Transients- theory & observation.

    • Prof. Brian Metzger, Columbia University, USA.  Topic: Collapsar & Transients- theory & simulation.

    • Prof. Daniel Siegel,  University of Greifswald, Germany.  Topic: Collapsar- theory & simulation.

    • Prof. Ethan Vishniac, Johns Hopkins University, USA.  Topic: MHD turbulencetheory & simulation.

    • Prof. Hagai Perets, Technion Institute, Israel.  Topic: SN Ia & SE of WD- theory & simulation.

    • Prof. Joe Silk, CNRS, OxfordJohns Hopkins University. Topic: Dark matter in low mass of BH- theory.

    • Prof. Julian Krolik, Johns Hopkins University, USA. Topic: Dynamics of BNS mergerstheory & simulation

    • Prof. Luc Dessart, CNRS-Sorbonne University, France.  Topic: SN Ia- theory & simulation.

    • Prof. Raffaella Margutti, Berkeley University (UCB), USA.  Topic: SNeobservation.

    • Prof. Robert Fisher, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, USA. Topic: turbulence- simulation.

    • Prof. Silvia Toonen, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands.  Topic: SN Ia, WDs theory & simulation.

    • Prof. Anna Frishman, Technion Institute, Israel.  Topic: 2D turbulencetheory & simulation.

    • Dr. Alexey Bobrick, Lund University, Sweden.  Topic: SNIa, Ib/c, NS-WD mergers- theory & simulation.

    • Dr. Armin Rest, NASA STScI-Johns Hopkins University, USA. Topic: SNIa,c & IIb- theory & observation.

    • Dr. Ori Fox, NASA STScI, USA.  Topic: SNII - theory & observation.

    • Dr. Ruediger Pakmor, Max Planck InstituteDeutschland.  Topic: SN Iasimulation.

    • I am a member of the Theoretical and Computational Astrophysics Network on Binary Neutron Stars (TCAN).

    • I am a member of the Young Supernova Experiment (YSE), which catches extremely young supernovae as they happen in real-time. 


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