Assistant Professor, Theoretical Astrophysics
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Blegdamsvej 17, DK-2100 Copenhagen Building B, room Bb4
After a Fulbright Fellowship at the University of Zürich, Daniel completed his PhD in 2016 as an NSF Graduate Research Fellow at Columbia University. Afterwards he was awarded a NASA Einstein Postdoctoral Fellowship and an Institute for Theory and Computation Fellowship at Harvard University, where he conducted research until joining the NBIA as an Assistant Professor in 2020.
Daniel’s research lies at the interface of theory and observation and spans a wide range of topics in high energy astrophysics. His primary interests lie in harnessing tools of the burgeoning era of multi-messenger astronomy for uncovering the origin of compact-object-binary sources of gravitational radiation, spanning the mass scale from neutron stars up to supermassive black hole binaries.