Nikhil Sarin received his PhD in 2021 from Monash University in Melbourne, Australia, under the supervision of Paul Lasky and Greg Ashton.
His primary scientific interest is gravitational-wave multi-messenger astrophysics and high-energy transients such as gamma-ray bursts, kilonovae, and supernovae. He primarily uses theoretical modelling and statistical techniques to extract the physics of these phenomena from observations. He joined the astrophysics group at Nordita in November 2021 as a Nordita Fellow and is also affiliated with the Oskar Klein Centre at Stockholm University.
25 Jan 2023
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