I am a Post-doctoral Associate in New York University, Abu Dhabi in the Department of Physics. I am working with Dr. Dave Russell to understand the powerful jets launched by low-mass black holes within the Milky Way. I have recently investigated the nature of the Near infra-red excess in black hole transient outburst rises and decays, often detected when the jets switches on/off. I am currently concentrating on multi-wavelength observation and the peculiarities of many Stellar-mass black holes.
I have completed my PhD in Radboud University Nijmegen (2018), with Dr. Elmar Koerding and Prof. Dr. Heino Falcke. The main research goal of my PhD project was to understand the process of black hole accretion and relativistic jet physics, based on the idea that accretion physics scale globally across black holes of the entire mass scale. I looked for both theoretical predictions and observational evidences to establish unification of supermassive and stellar-mass black holes.