- Quasars & Other Active Black Holes
- Star Formation
- Black Holes
- Galaxies - Merging and Interacting
- Galaxy Formation and Evolution
- Jets, Outflows and Shocks
Mojegan Azadi is an Astrophysicist in the Data Processing and Archive Operations team at the Chandra X-ray Center. She is specialized in panchromatic observations of supermassive black holes and active galaxies. Her expertise includes multi-wavelength analysis of active galaxies from radio to X-ray wavelengths and modeling the emission from galaxy structures. Her research spans a wide array of topics related to both radio-loud and radio-quiet active galaxies, with a particular focus on understanding their impact on the evolution of galaxies. Mojegan received her PhD from the Center for Astrophysics and Space Sciences at the University of California, San Diego, in 2017 and subsequently joined CfA as a postdoctoral fellow.
PhD in Astronomy