Farrukh Nauman

Post doctoral researcher, Department of Space, Earth and Environment, Astronomy and Plasma Physics.

I am a CICO fellow work on understanding the early evolutionary stages of massive stars and the accretion disks around it. While considerable work has been done on low mass stars, much remains to be understood about high mass stars and the accretion disks around them. I simulate complex plasma systems on a computer to understand these systems, often employing state of the art algorithms. My current interests also include machine learning and its application to fluids.
Farrukh Nauman, Martin E. Pessah. 2018. Transport properties of Keplerian flows in extended domains with no imposed field. MNRAS, 480, 204.
Farrukh Nauman, Eric G. Blackman. 2014. On characterizing nonlocality and anisotropy for the magnetorotational instability​. MNRAS, 441, 1855.

Published: Mon 19 Nov 2018. Modified: Tue 15 Jan 2019