I am Chris Lindner a PhD candidate in the Department of
at the University of Texas at Austin. I am a computational
astrophysicist, with a focus on high energy phenomena such as black
hole accretion (black holes eating things), supernovae (stars blowing
up), radiative hydrodynamics (light interacting with gas), and gamma
ray bursts (stars beaming a lot of energy towards us as they blow up).
I am currently seeking employment in the field of Data
Science! You can contact me via this
page or linkedin.
You can visit my research
page to get more information about what I do. Head on over to my Curriculum Vitae
if you want a more specific rundown of my work. You can also
read my Biography.
In addition to my academic pursuits, I am a Poker
and Magic: the
Gathering player of some note.