Dan received a B.Sc. in physics and mathematics from Juniata College after which he moved to the University of Zurich on a Fulbright Fellowship, working on the dynamics of the Galactic-center stars. He was an NSF graduate research fellow at Columbia University where he earned his PhD in 2016 before becoming a NASA Einstein postdoctoral fellow at the Institute for Theory and Computation. His work focuses on the astrophysics of black holes.
Research interests: Strong Gravity, Black Holes, Accretion, Multi-messenger Astronomy
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