Since the beginning of my PhD I had the pleasure and privilege to co-supervise  students at Leiden Observatory and later at the University of Birmingham .  Many have successfully got PhD positions in the Netherlands and the UK; some even published the results of their thesis in peer reviewed  astrophysical journals and/or presented their work at relevant conferences.  

Now submitted for publication to MNRAS | Exploring the Large Magellanic Cloud with LISA; see also presentation at the XIII International LISA Symposium 

Now published  in MNRAS |  The Milky Way's bar structural properties from gravitational waves, accepted for publication in MNRAS (2020), arXiv:2003.11074 

Now published in ApJL | Detectability of double white dwarfs in the Local Group with LISA, ApJL 866, L20 (2018), arXiv:1808.05959 

Now published in MNRAS | The hierarchical assembly of galaxies and black holes in the first billion years: predictions for the gravitational wave astronomy, MNRAS, 486, 2336 (2019), arXiv:1810.11033 

Depending on my calendar for the summer, I can offer a short summer project of about 6 weeks duration on topics related to my research.  Given a short duration of the project, a solid astronomy or physics background and at least some coding experience in python are required. If you are an interested student, please get in touch with me by sending me your CV, transcript of grades and a couple of sentences on why you are interested in a project. Students from all geographical and cultural backgrounds are welcome.