I am a Hubble fellow in the Center for Cosmology and AstroParticle Physics and Department of Astronomy at The Ohio State University. In general, I am interested in theoretical and computational astrophysics, with an emphasis on massive stars and supernovae. Here is my current CV and list of publications (arXiv).

My work on massive stars and core-collapse supernovae aims to understand the advanced stages of evolution, and the explosive/implosive final outcomes, including nucleosynthesis, compact remnants and transients. I also work on the radiative transfer problem in thermonuclear supernova explosions, and recently I became a co-investigator of the Lunar Occultation Explorer Mission.

Beside research work, I am passionate about data visualization and science outreach. I am a native of Mongolia.
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