Here you can find some science highlights from my own research and also some explanations of nuclear astrophysics concepts for non-experts. Enjoy!

We live in an era where multi-messenger astronomical research is becoming more and more common. This means that we can study the same stellar event using a broad range of instruments; optical, gamma-ray and X-ray telescopes are just a few examples of the capabilities w...

In stellar explosions, such as supernovae, chemical elements are produced in complex networks of nuclear reactions and decays, involving a large number of unstable nuclei that exist only for a tiny fraction of a second. These reaction chains produce characteristic patt...

The origin of the elements in the Universe is one of the big unsolved questions in science. Nuclear fusion reactions in stars are responsible for creating most of the light elements up to iron. Heavier elements are produced in a network of nuclear reactions and decays,...

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