California Institute of Technology
Astrophysics Graduate Student
I am currently a graduate student at Caltech, working in the NuSTAR group led by my advisor prof. Fiona Harrison. My reserach is focused on observations and modeling of active galactic nuclei. Using X-ray spectroscopy, as well as observations at other wavelengths, I am trying to better understand the structures surrounding supermassive black holes.
My last name ends with a "ć", which is a Croatian character read as "ch". I am originally from Zagreb, Croatia; I studied physics at the University of Zagreb and astrophysics at the University of Split, where I got my M.Sc. I have been an International Fulbright Science and Technology Fellow for the first three years of graduate school, and a NASA Earth and Space Science Fellow since then. A more detailed CV can be found here.
On these pages you can find more details about my reserach. A complete list of my publications is here. To get in touch, please send me an e-mail or find me in the Cahill Center for Astronomy and Astrophysics, office #255.