An interactive iPad visualization I created in 2018.
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My thesis on Cosmological closure of metric and area-metric ideal fluids I wrote in 2017 at Heidelberg University.
A series of interactive iPad simulations I created in 2017.
In this Swift playground book you’ll explore the physics of black holes in Albert Einstein’s theory of general relativity with three interactive simulations on your iPad. Discover the possible trajectories of test particles around a Schwarzschild source, explore the optical effects that occur when a massive object lenses a background light source and watch two black holes merge to hear the gravitational waves they produce in the process.
A data visualization platform I created in 2016 for the CMS experiment.
This project is part of the WMArchive project that provides long-term storage for the CMS workflow and data management framework job reports (FWJRs). An aggregation pipeline regularly processes the distributed database of FWJRs to collect performance metrics. An interactive web interface visualizes the aggregated data and provides flexible filters and options to assist the CMS data operators in assessing the performance of the CMS computing jobs.
A T-Shirt design I created in 2016 for the CERN Summer Student Programme.
The design shows an abstract Higgs diphoton event composed of fragments of all the participants’ national flags and captioned What are we made of?. It tries to capture the extraordinary scientific and intercultural experience of the CERN Summer Student Programme.
An online course I created in 2016 for Heidelberg University.
This course gives an introduction to scientific programming with Python for first-year physics students beginning their lab course at Heidelberg University.
My thesis on Gravitational Waves in Modified Gravity I wrote in 2015 at Heidelberg University.