Doug Rennehan

AGN physics, massive galaxy formation, turbulence, and cosmology.
Doug Rennehan

Doug Rennehan

AGN physics, galaxy formation, turbulence, and cosmology.

Hello! I'm currently a Flatiron Research Fellow in the Center for Computational Astrophysics at the Flatiron Institute in New York.

My interests include the evolution galaxies in the high-redshift universe, galaxy clusters, active galactic nuclei modeling, and turbulence.



Office: Office 505, Center for Computational Astrophysics, Flatiron Institute, NY

Phone: +1 (250) 721-7747


An Isolated Disc Galaxy

I have been running isolated Milky-Way like galaxies...
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Landau-Lifshitz Integrals: Part I

I've been going through Landau-Lifshitz textbooks and noticed some tough...
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