Welcome to my science page. As I mention earlier in the third person, I graduated from Harvard in 2018 with a B.A. in Astrophysics and Math. Meaning, I learned a lot of wonderful things about subjects such as cosmology, topology, quantum mechanics, abstract algebra, and dynamical systems. My past research interests include transient stellar phenomenon, black hole dynamics, and science education. I've done mostly theoretical and computational astrophysics work, which are described in more detail below.
I’m still figuring out what my research focus will be here in my time as a graduate student at Princeton, but currently I’m working on a couple of projects:
☼ with Romain Teyssier, exploring how implementations of new star formation and subgrid turbulent dynamo models might affect cosmological galaxy formation simulations,
☼ and with Jenny Greene, Kristina Nyland, & Eliot Quataert, to characterize and develop theoretical models for the radio emission of the MASSIVE survey galaxies.
As always, I'm happy to answer questions about my science work and can be reached at edengirma [at] live.com or egirma [at] princeton.edu ~