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«CURRICULUM VITAE Ralf S. Klessen Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg Zentrum für Astronomie (ZAH) Universitätsprofessor Institut für ...»

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CURRICULUM VITAE

Ralf S. Klessen Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg

Zentrum für Astronomie (ZAH)

Universitätsprofessor

Institut für Theoretische Astrophysik (ITA)

Dr. rer. nat.

Albert-Ueberle-Str. 2, 69120 Heidelberg

Germany

Tel: +49-6221/54-8978

Fax: +49-6221/54-4221

E-Mail: klessen@uni-heidelberg.de

Homepage: http://www.ita.uni-heidelberg.de/∼ralf

German, born 18th February 1968, married, four children

Personal Data:

Wilhelm-Blum-Straße 12–14, 69120 Heidelberg

Education and Working Experience:

9/14 — 6/15 Sabbatical Stay at UC Santa Cruz and Stanford University 9/12 — 8/14 Dean of Study, Faculty for Physics and Astronomy 11/11 — Member of the Interdisciplinary Center for Scientific Computing (IWR) 1/10 — 8/10 Sabbatical Stay at Stanford University and UC Santa Cruz 11/07 — 10/12 Managing Director of the Institute for Theoretical Astrophysics 8/08 — 12/13 Deputy Director of the Center of Astronomy at Heidelberg University Professor (W3) of Theoretical Astrophysics at Heidelberg University 4/06 — Appointment as Privatdozent at Potsdam University 4/04 3/03 — 1/04 Habilitation at Potsdam University 1/02 — 3/06 Head of the Emmy Noether Research Group in “Theory of Star Forma- tion” at the Astrophysical Institute Potsdam 10/00 — 12/01 Otto Hahn Fellow at Lick Observatory, Santa Cruz, sponsored by the Max Planck Society 9/98 — 8/00 Postdoctoral position at Leiden Observatory, The Netherlands 11/94 — 6/98 Dissertation at the University of Heidelberg. Thesis research at the Max Planck Institute for Astronomy, Heidelberg. Title of thesis: “Fragmenta- tion of Molecular Clouds: The Initial Phases of a Stellar Cluster”. (grade magna cum laude) 8/93 — 8/94 Diploma thesis at Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics, Garching. Tit- le: “On the Nature of the Thick Disk of the Milky Way”.

8/90 — 9/91 Exchange student at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

11/87 — 9/94 Study of General Physics at the Technical University of Munich (diplo- ma in physics: grade 1.3)

Awards and Fellowships:

ERC Advanced Grant STARLIGHT: Formation of the First Stars 10/13 4/09 Professeur Invité at the Ecole Normale Supérieure in Paris (1 month) 9/02

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Research Group at ITA/ZAH:

The main scientific goal of the research group is to understand the formation of stars at present days and in the primordial Universe. Research topics covered are gas dynamics and chemistry in the interstellar medium, formation of stars and stellar clusters, characterization of astrophysical turbulent flows, and the development and optimization of numerical algorithms in computational astrophysics.

Members of the star formation group at ITA/ZAH:

• Christian Baczynski (PhD student, soon postdoc in St. Andrews)

• Carla June Carroll (PhD student)

• Erik Bertram (PhD student)

• André Bubel (master student)

• Frank Bigiel (leader of Emmy Noether junior research group)

• Diane Cormier (postdoctoral researcher in Emmy Noether group)

• Simon C. O. Glover (scientific staff)

• Robin Gopala Treb (visiting Master student)

• Dimitrios Gouliermis (postdoctoral researcher)

• Lionel Haemmerle (postdoctoral researcher)

• Sacha Hony (postdoctoral researcher)

• Juan Ibanez Mejia (PhD student, also at AMNH, New York)

• Ralf S. Klessen (professor)

• Jan-Pieter Paardekooper (postdoctoral researcher)

• Eric Pellegrini (postdoctoral researcher)

• Eric-Claes Rydberg (postdoctoral researcher)

• Anna Schauer (PhD student)

• Rahul Shetty (postdoctoral researcher)

• Daniel Whalen (postdoctoral researcher, soon senior lecturer in Portsmouth)

• Katharina Wollenberg (PhD student)

Former group members:

• Richard Allison (British civil service)

• Gabriel Añorve-Zeferino

• Robi Banerjee (professor in Hamburg)

• Ingo Berentzen (in industry now)

• Clio Bertelli Motta (PhD student at ARI/ZAH)

• Roxana Chira (PhD student at ESO and MPIA)

• Paul C. Clark (senior lecturer in Cardiff)

• Gustavo Dopcke (postdoc Rio de Janeiro)

• Jayanta Dutta

• Christoph Federrath (Mt. Stromlo Fellow at ANU in Canberra)

• Julien Fieger

• Volker Gaibler (postdoc at HITS)

• Philipp Girichidis (postdoc at MPA, Garching)

• Thomas Greif (postdoc at CfA Harvard)

• Tilman Hartwig (PhD student in Paris)

• Susanne Horn (PhD student in Göttingen)

• Viki Joergens (postdoc at MPIA)

• Lukas Konstandin (postdoc in Exeter)

• Spyridon Kitsionas (American school in Athens)

• Hendrik Lönngren

• Florian Mandl

• Milica Micic (postdoc in Belgrade)

• Faviola Molina (researcher in Santiago de Chile)

• Camilo Penaloza (PhD student in Cardiff)

• Thomas Peters (postdoc at MPA)

• Mei Sasaki (working for Yahoo Japan now)

• Dominik Schleicher (professor in Concepcion, Chile)





• Stefan Schmeja (postdoc at ARI/ZAH, Heidelberg)

• Jennifer Schober (postdoc in Stockholm)

• Martin Schrön (PhD student in Göttingen)

• Daniel Seifried (postdoc in Cologne)

• Rowan Smith (RAS fellow in Manchester)

• Sharanya Sur (postdoc Pune, India)

• Laszlo Szucs (postdoc at MPE, Garching) ˝

• Hsiang-Hsu Wang (postdoc at ASIAA in Taipei)

• Svitlana Zhukovska (postdoc at MPA, Garching)

Student Supervision:

5/15 — Carla June Carroll: PhD project “First Galaxies and Quasar Feedback” (with D. Whalen) 3/15 — Robin Gopala Treb: master project (visiting from University of Bologna) “Galactic Fountain Flows in Spiral Galaxies” 10/14 — Katharina Wollenberg: PhD project “Radiative Feedback in First Star Formation” (with S. Glover and D. Whalen) 9/14 — Anna Schauer: PhD project “Effects of Feedback in First Galaxy Formation” (with S. Glover and D. Whalen) 12/13 — 6/15 André Bubel: master project “Implementing Supernova Feedback in Global Disk Simulations” 12/13 — 6/15 Erik Bertram: PhD project “ISM Dynamics and Star formation in the Galactic Center” (with S. Glover) 11/12 — 11/13 Camilo Penaloza: master project “Modeling CO Emission from Nearby Clouds” 10/12 — 1/14 Tilman Hartwig: master project “Dynamics of Primordial Collapse – Improving the Sobolev Approximation” 10/12 — Juan Ibanez Mejia: PhD project “Modeling ISM Dynamics and Star Formation” with M.-M. Mac Low, New York 9/12 — 12/13 Clio Bertelli Motta: master project “Modeling the Stellar IMF in Starburst Galaxies” 8/12 — 8/13 Roxana Chira: master project “What is the Most Reliable Tracer for Core Collapse in Dense Clusters?” 1/12 — 10/14 Jennifer Schober: PhD project “Magnetic Processes in the Early Universe” 7/11 — 8/12 Erik Bertram: master project “Statistical Characteristics of Interstellar Turbulence” 5/11 — 7/15 Christian Baczynski: PhD project “Numerical Modeling of ChemistryCoupled Radiative Transfer” (with S. Glover) 5/11 — 10/11 Gabriel Añorve-Zeferino: PhD project (not completed) “Feedback Processes in Star-Forming Clouds” 4/11 — 2/15 Mei Sasaki: PhD project “Statistical Properties of Dark Matter MiniHaloes and the Criterion for HD Formation in the Early Universe” 10/10 — 11/11 Jennifer Schober: diploma project “Magnetic Field Amplification in the Turbulent ISM” 9/10 — 10/14 Lukas Konstandin: PhD project “Understanding the Statistical Properties of Supersonic Turbulence in Hydrodynamic Simulations” 6/10 — 5/13 Jayanta Dutta: PhD project (not completed!) “Modelling First Star Formation” 4/10 — 3/11 Christian Baczynski: diploma project “Dynamics of Extended HI Disks around Spiral Galaxies” 2/10 — 1/11 Florian Mandl: diploma project “Angular Momentum Transport during Protostellar Collapse” (with R. Banerjee) 9/09 — 7/13 Faviola Molina: PhD project “Star Formation in the Early Universe” (with P. C. Clark and S. C. O. Glover) 6/09 — 5/10 Lukas Konstandin: diploma project “Lagrangian Statistics of Supersonic Flows Using Tracer Particles” 6/09 — 2/13 Gustavo Dopcke: PhD project “Modeling Star Cluster Formation in the Early Universe” (with P. C. Clark and S. C. O. Glover) 10/08 — 2/12 Milica Micic: PhD project “Molecular Cloud Formation with SelfConsistent Thermal and Chemical Treatment of the Gas” (with S. C.

O. Glover) 8/08 — 10/09 Julien Fieger: diploma project “Formation and Evolution of Protostellar Disks and Binary Stars in Dense Star Clusters” (with P. C. Clark) 2/08 — 2/09 Susanne Horn: diploma project “Protostellar Outflows and Interstellar Turbulence” (with R. Banerjee) 12/07 — 10/09 Hendrik Lönngren: diploma project “Statistical Characterization of Self-Gravitating Gases” 10/07 — 3/09 Dominik Schleicher: PhD project “Physical Processes in the Early Universe” 3/07 — 5/10 Christoph Federrath: PhD project “Characteristics of Interstellar Turbulence” 10/06 — 9/09 Thomas Greif: PhD project “Formation of the First Galaxies” 10/06 — 12/09 Thomas Peters: PhD project “Effects of Ionizing Feedback in Massive Star Formation” 5/02 — 2/06 Supervision of two dissertation projects at the AIP as part of the Emmy Noether Research Program ◦ Anne-Katharina Jappsen: PhD project “Formation of the First and Second Generation of Stars” ◦ Stefan Schmeja: PhD project “Statistical Characterization of Young Stellar Clusters” 7/02 — 5/05 External Advisor of PhD project at the American Museum of Natural History & Columbia University, New York ◦ Yuexing Li: PhD project “Modeling Star Formation on Galactic Scales”

Past and Current Grants:

Contributions to Large Collaborative Projects:

• DFG: Co-initiator and deputy speaker of the Heidelberg collaborative research project SFB 881 The Milky Way System — 1.8 million e per year for 4 years, with possibility for extension to up to 12 years

• DFG (German Science Foundation): Co-initiator and deputy speaker of German-wide priority program SPP 1573 Physics of the ISM — 2 million e per year for six years funding about 40 different ISM related projects in Germany

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Professional Associations:

• German Physical Society, German Astronomical Society, European Astronomical Society, International Astronomical Union Professional Contributions

• Co-I of proposal to build a new gamma-ray satellite (white paper: arXiv:1306.5259)

• Referee of grant proposals for DFG (German Science Foundation), Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, FWF (Austrian Science Fund), NWO (Dutch Science Organisation), ANR (French Research Agency), Danish Council for Independent Research, Villum Foundation, the Academy of Science of the Czech Republic, NASA, Partnership for Advanced Computing in Europe (PRACE), Swiss National Supercomputing Center (CSCS), Gauss Center for Supercomputing (GCS)

• Frequent referee of publications in A&A, ApJ, MNRAS, PASJ, and Science

• Various thesis committees at Heidelberg University Research Interests: Dynamical Processes in Astrophysics

• Star Formation at Present Days and in the Early Universe

• Physical and Chemical Processes in the Interstellar Medium

• Characterization of Turbulent Flows

• Stellar Evolution and Feedback Processes

• Numerical Methods in Astrophysics (Fluiddynamics, Special-Purpose Computing)

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Conference Organization:

8/16 Co-Chair of Scientific Organizing Committee of “First Stars V”, Heidelberg 9/15 Co-organizer of International Summer School “Dynamics of the Interstellar Medium and Star Formation” in Heidelberg 9/15 Co-organizer of Conference “Life-Cycle of Gas in Galaxies: A Local Perspective” in Dwingeloo Member of Scientific Organizing Committee of the 2nd HarvardHeidelberg Star Formation Meeting, Boston 9/14 Member of Scientific Organizing Committee of the conference “From Galactic to Extragalactic Star Formation”, Marseille 9/14 Member of Scientific Organizing Committee of “STARBENCH II:



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