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Principal Investigator
Prof. Dr. Luciano Rezzolla
Institute for Theoretical Physics
Goethe University Frankfurt
Max-von-Laue-Str. 1,
Room 02.143
60438 Frankfurt am Main, Germany

Tel/Fax:  +49-69-79847871/47879
Email: rezzolla[at]itp.uni-frankfurt.de
Members
Dr. Raphaël Duque
Institute for Theoretical Physics
Goethe University Frankfurt
Max-von-Laue-Str. 1,
Room 02.228
60438 Frankfurt am Main, Germany

Tel:  +49-69-798 47848
Email: duque[at]itp.uni-frankfurt.de
I am a theoretical high-energy astrophysicist, particularly interested in gamma-ray bursts. The relativistic jet launched by the central engine and its structure play a prime role in these extremely energetic phenomena. I wish to provide my knowledge of gamma-ray burst jets to help explore relativistic jets in all their astrophysical manifestations.
Dr. Alejandro Cruz Osorio
Institute for Theoretical Physics
Goethe University Frankfurt
Max-von-Laue-Str. 1,
Room 02.230
60438 Frankfurt am Main, Germany

Tel:  +49-69-798 47886
Email: osorio[at]itp.uni-frankfurt.de
My research interest includes accretion onto compact objets (vacuum black hole, hairy black hole or neutrons star), numerical evolution of magnetized torus and jet launching around a black hole, relativistic jets, black hole shadows and multi-wavelength emission by non-thermal particles. 
Mr. Yixuan Ma
Institute for Theoretical Physics
Goethe University Frankfurt
Max-von-Laue-Str. 1,
Room 02.145
60438 Frankfurt am Main, Germany

Tel:  +49-69-798 47873
Email: yma[at]itp.uni-frankfurt.de
I am a PhD student at Institute for Theoretical Physics, Goethe University Frankfurt. My research interests focus on extreme processes occurring around compact objects such as black holes, including accretion, relativistic jets and binary mergers. With experience of semi-analytically studying the launching process of relativistic jets in strong gravitational fields in stationary spacetime, I am trying to extend the jet equations to more general and dynamic spacetime.
Mr. Carlo Musolino
Institute for Theoretical Physics
Goethe University Frankfurt
Max-von-Laue-Str. 1,
Room 02.231
60438 Frankfurt am Main, Germany

Tel:  +49-69-798 47887
Email: musolino[at]itp.uni-frankfurt.de
I am a Ph.D. student at Goethe Universität in Frankfurt. 
My research interests include the numerical simulation of isolated and binary neutron star systems, with a focus on radiation transport in binary neutron star mergers and on the effect of neutrinos in the gravitational wave and electromagnetic signals emitted by these events.
Mr. Harry Ho-yin NG
Institute for Theoretical Physics
Goethe University Frankfurt
Max-von-Laue-Str. 1,
Room 02.141
60438 Frankfurt am Main, Germany

Tel:  +49-69-798 47848
Email: hng[at]itp.uni-frankfurt.de
I am a Ph.D. student at Goethe Universität in Frankfurt. I am interested in the numerical relativity simulations of compact objects: magnetized neutron star, binary neutron star system, core-collapse supernovae, and binary black hole and with a focus on the effects of neutrinos, EM fields, and QCD matters in the multi-messenger signals emitted by these high energy astrophysical Phenomenons. I am also a numerical simulation code developer to play a role in the implementation of dynamical spacetime, magneto-hydrodynamics as well as radiation hydrodynamics of neutrinos.
VisitorsRoom Home InstitutionPeriod of stay
Ivan Garibay02.228Institute of Astronomy-UNAM01.08.22 – 27.01.23
Aleksandra Demyanova02.229Uzbekistan Academy of Sciences19.07.22 – 31.07.22
Prof. Dr. Bobomurat Ahmedov02.229Uzbekistan Academy of Sciences04.07.22 – 31.07.22
Dr. Rahul Kumar02.141Delhi Technological University04.07.22 – 18.07.22
Dr. Vasilis Oikonomou02.228Aristotle University of Thessaloniki01.07.22 – 31.07.22
Yue Tsuneto02.227University of Kyoto01.07.22 – 08.07.22
Dr. Antonios Nathanail02.229National and Kapodistrian University of Athens24.06.22 – 02.07.22