I'm an associate professor in the physics department at Florida State University.
My research revolves around simulating magnetized turbulence and how it impacts the universe.
I like star formation, supernovae, turbulence, galaxies (and clusters), the CMB, and code development
The software I use most often is the code Enzo, for which I wrote a magnetohydrodynamics (MHD) package and generally aid in its well being, and yt , which is an outstanding data analysis package designed to work with codes like Enzo.
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