I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Astrophysical and Planetary Sciences at the University of Colorado, Boulder, where I work on observations of AGN feeding and feedback. I use dual AGN and offset AGN to trace AGN feeding in galaxy mergers, and AGN outflows to study feedback effects between an AGN and its host galaxy.
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"Song of the Universe" (TEDx talk)
"Supermassive Black Holes Explained" (PhD Comics)
"Through the Wormhole with Morgan Freeman" (The Science Channel)
"Researchers Spot Massive Black Hole In Double Burp" (NPR)
"Huge Black Hole Blasts Out Double Burp" (BBC)
"Giant Black Hole Seen Flickering On and Off after Galaxy Snack" (New Scientist)
"Scientists Observe Rare Supermassive Black Hole Double Belch" (Time)
"How Does a Black Hole Burp? Bleching Supermassive Black Hole Has Big Implications for Physics" (Newsweek)
"Cataclysm Hunters: The Search for Monster Black-Hole Collisions" (space.com)
"This Galaxy Has Two Black Holes - And One of Them Is Very Strange" (Washington Post)
"Stripped Black Hole Could Be a Rarely Seen Phenomenon, Study Says" (LA Times)
"Rarely Seen Pair of Black Holes Discovered, One Unlike The Other" (NPR's Here & Now)
"Galaxy Found That Plays Host to Rare Combo of Two Black Holes" (Mashable)
"A Black Hole Dance Party" (U.S. News and World Report)
"Black-Hole Bonanza" (Sky and Telescope)
"Elusive Supermassive-Black-Hole Mergers Finally Found" (Wired)
"Waltzing Quasars Provide Signpost to Merging Galaxies" (Science magazine)
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From left to right:
Rebecca Nevin: Graduate student working on galaxy mergers in MaNGA.
James Negus: Graduate student working on AGN identification in MaNGA.
Scott Barrows: Postdoc working on Chandra and HST observations of offset AGN and dual AGN in galaxy mergers.
Aaron Stemo: Graduate student working on WISE, Spitzer, and Chandra observations of offset AGN and dual AGN in HST galaxies.
Francisco Müller-Sánchez: Postdoc working on VLA observations and spatially-resolved spectroscopy of dual AGN and AGN outflows.
Image credit: PhD Comics, Supermassive Black Holes Explained