Center for Astrophysics
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- Quasars & Other Active Black Holes
- Black Holes
- Early Universe
- Galaxy Formation and Evolution
- Gravitational Waves
- Jets, Outflows and Shocks
- Very Long Baseline Interferometry
- Computational Astrophysics
- Einstein's Theory of Gravitation
- Extragalactic Astronomy
- The Energetic Universe
- Theoretical Astrophysics
Angelo Ricarte is fascinated by the multi-scale problems of supermassive black hole formation, growth, and feedback, from event horizon to cosmological scales. On small scales, he studies general relativistic magneto-hydrodynamics (GRMHD) simulations and polarized radiative transfer within the Event Horizon Telescope (EHT) collaboration. On large scales, he works on cosmological simulations and semi-analytic/empirical models connecting supermassive black hole evolution to their host galaxies, from the seeding epoch to the present day.
B.A. in Astrophysics and Applied Mathematics from the University of California, Berkeley (2013). Ph.D. in Astronomy from Yale University (2019).