Center for Computational Astrophysics, Simons Foundation
162 5th Ave, New York, 10010, NY, USA
khotokezaka at simonsfoundation.org
I am a Flatiron fellow in Center for Computational Astrophysics.
I'm working on high energy astrophysics including:
gravitational waves from compact binary mergers,
electromagnetic counterparts of gravitational-wave events, the origin of elements, and
I recieved a PhD in Physics from Kyoto University in 2014 under the surpervision of Prof. Takashi Nakamura and Prof. Masaru Shibata, with a thesis focused on a numerical relativity simulation of binary neutron star mergers and their multi-messenger signatures. I was working in Hebrew University of Jerusalem from 2014 to 2016 as a post-Doc researcher.