Yi Qiu

Ph.D. student in Physics Department of Pennsylvania State University.

About me

I joined Penn State in Fall 2022 as a physics graduate student.

I am now working on computational astrophysics with Prof. Radice. I have broad interests about numerical relativity and cosmology, including neutron star mergers, core-collapse supernovae and gravitational waves. Some of my previous researches include the study of nonlinearity of black hole ringdown gravitational waves and binary lensing of gravitational waves for LISA frequency band. My current research focuses on development for AthenaK with new quantum kinetic neutrino oscillation feature in the context of hydrodynamical simulations of binary neutron star mergers and supernovae.

When not working, I also enjoy readings, music, workout and video games.