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Mikhail Klassen

  • PhD
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Research interests

cosmologystellar structurestar formationnumerical simulationComputational astrophysics

About

As a graduate student in astrophysics I simulated stellar environments using an adaptive mesh refinement code called FLASH. I studied the formation of massive stars within clusters and in particular the effects of radiative feedback on the star-forming environment.

Co-authors (8)

Publications (5)

  • Filamentary flow and magnetic geometry in evolving cluster-forming molecular cloud clumps

    • Klassen M
    • Pudritz R
    • Kirk H
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  • Radiation hydrodynamics using characteristics on adaptive decomposed domains for massively parallel star formation simulations

    • Buntemeyer L
    • Banerjee R
    • Peters T
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  • Simulating the Formation of Massive Protostars. I. Radiative Feedback and Accretion Disks

    • Klassen M
    • Pudritz R
    • Kuiper R
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  • The Role of Turbulence and Magnetic Fields in Simulated Filamentary Structure

    • Kirk H
    • Klassen M
    • Pudritz R
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  • The role of magnetic fields in star formation

    • Pudritz R
    • Klassen M
    • Kirk H
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Professional experience

Graduate Student

McMaster University

September 2009 - November 2016(7 years)

Education history

Ph.D., Astrophysics

McMaster University

September 2011 - November 2016(5 years)

M.Sc., Astrophysics

McMaster University

September 2009 - September 2011(2 years)

B.Sc., Applied Physics

Columbia University

September 2005 - May 2009(4 years)

DEC, Pure & Applied Science

Marianopolis College

September 2003 - May 2005(2 years)