Here is an overview of completed and ongoing projects. You can find a list of publications here.
I am currently doing my PhD in the Baryon Cycle in Nearby Galaxies group of Kathryn Kreckel. For my work I combine various state-of-the art telescopes like MUSE/VLT or HST to study the ionized gas in nearby galaxies.
Using the previously published matched catalogue, we measure the escape fraction of Hɪɪ regions.
We create a catalogue of matched Hɪɪ regions and stellar associations.
We use MUSE to measure the PNLF distance to 19 nearby galaxies.
Before this I completed my Master in the Star Formation Group of Ralf Klessen. Based on the 1D feedback code WARPFIELD, I simulated how the abundances in Hɪɪ evolve over time.
I did my Bachelor in the Planet Formation Group of Kees Dullemond. I used the N-body integrator Mercury6 to test if the conditions in the early solar system were sufficient to form chondrules by high velocity impacts.