I am a postdoctoral research 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 in Ohio I work closely with Chris Kochanek, Todd Thompson, John Beacom and David Weinberg. Outside Ohio, I collaborate with Brian Metzger (Columbia), Casey Meakin (U of Arizona) and Stan Woosley (UC Santa Cruz).

I recently finished my Ph.D. at University of California Santa Cruz with Stan Woosley. Before that I was an undergrad at The University of Arizona.

Beside research work I am passionate about blockchain technology, science outreach and wrestling. I am a native of Mongolia.
office: McPherson, #4014
e-mail: tuguldur [dot] s [at] gmail [dot] com
mail: 140 W 18th Ave #4055, Columbus, Ohio, 43210
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Some of the ongoing research projects
Magnetar Powered Supernovae

1D and 2D calculations of magnetar powered explosions.read more →

Convective Core Overshooting

Testing overshooting through detached eclipsing binaries.read more →