Doug Rennehan

Doug Rennehan

AGN physics, galaxy formation, turbulence, and cosmology.
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Hello! I'm currently a graduate student at the University of Victoria working on developing physically motivated models of turbulent mixing and active galactic nuclei for cosmological simulations with Prof. Arif Babul.

My interests include the high-redshift universe, galactic chemical evolution, fluid mixing and turbulence, as well as active galactic nuclei and their role in galaxy formation.

Contact

Email: douglas.rennehan@gmail.com

Office: Room 403, Elliot Building, Department of Physics & Astronomy, University of Victoria

Phone: +1 (250) 721-7747

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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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