I am a PhD candidate (due Spring 2016) in the Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics at the University of California Santa Cruz. In general, I am interested in theoretical and computational astrophysics, with an emphasis on massive stars and supernovae. My primary advisor is Stan Woosley, and my thesis committee members are Alex Heger, Gary Glatzmeier and Mark Krumholz. I am a member of the SciDac team.

Starting in the Fall of 2016 I will become a postdoctoral research fellow at the Center for Cosmology and AstroParticle Physics, at the Ohio State University.

Beside research work I am passionate about blockchain technology, science outreach and wrestling. I am a native of Mongolia.
office: Natural Sciences II, #185
e-mail: tuguldur [dot] s [at] gmail [dot] com
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Some of the ongoing research projects
Magnetar Powered Supernovae

1D and 2D calculations of magnetar powered explosions.read more →

Convective Core Overshooting

Testing overshooting through detached eclipsing binaries.read more →