Christopher C. Lindner


Greetings, I am Chris Lindner, a computational astrophysicist. I earned my PhD in the Department of  Astronomy at the University of Texas at Austin.

My research focuses 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 also take a look at my github.

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.