PhD Student in Astrophysical Sciences & Technology, College of Science (COS)
Dennis Bowen is a PhD student in Astrophysical Sciences & Technology working with Manuela Campanelli (advisor) and Scott Noble in strong field simulations of astrophysically relevant systems, such as supermassive binary black holes and their accretion disks. His work at the CCRG focuses on the realm of general relativity, viscous hydrodynamics and magneto-hydrodymanics. His current project is to derive and implement a viscosity prescription into a general relativistic magneto-hydrodynamics code called Harm3D. He is currently generalizing viscous hydrodynamics simulations of accretion disks around a pair of supermassive black holes in the relativistic regime. Dennis also enjoys participating in outreach activities with the Imagine RIT program.
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