Scott, a Senior NASA Postdoctoral Fellow at NASA-GSFC and assistant professor at the University of Tulsa (on-leave), is a theoretical/computational astrophysicist interested in black holes, their accretion disks, and the radiation magnetohydrodynamics physics inherent to those systems. He is an expert in computational methods of general relativistic magnetohydrodynamics (GRMHD) codes, and lately uses them to simulate accreting systems about single and binary black holes. He has also designed novel time-dependent grid techniques (e.g., dynamic nonuniform grids, overlapping misaligned multi-patch methods) to capture the variety of time/space scales of the problems like the accreting binary black hole problem, and is now expanding his repertoire of methods to include nuclear physics techniques for simulating the bright electromagnetic and gravitational wave signals produced by neutron star mergers.
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ArXiv: http://arxiv.org/a/noble_s_2
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Taught a 1-week Master's-level Physics cours on general relativistic magnetohydrodynamics as part of the “Explorations in Numerical Relativity” course at the Perimeter Scholars International program.
Assistant Professor, Dept. of Physics & Engineering Physics, University of Tulsa
Co-Instructor, Perimeter Institute, Perimeter Scholars International, April 2011:
Instructor, Johns Hopkins University, Intersession 2008 (3 weeks, 27 hours of instruction):
Assistant Instructor, University of Texas at Austin (Spring 2000):
Teaching Assistant, University of Texas at Austin (Fall 1997 - Fall 1999) :
Scott, a Senior NASA Postdoctoral Fellow at NASA-GSFC and assistant professor at the University of Tulsa (on-leave), is a theoretical/computational astrophysicist interested in black holes, their accretion disks, and the radiation magnetohydrodynamics physics inherent to those systems. He is an expert in computational methods of general relativistic magnetohydrodynamics (GRMHD) codes, and lately uses them to simulate accreting systems about single and binary black holes. He has also designed novel time-dependent grid techniques (e.g., dynamic nonuniform grids, overlapping misaligned multi-patch methods) to capture the variety of time/space scales of the problems like the accreting binary black hole problem, and is now expanding his repertoire of methods to include nuclear physics techniques for simulating the bright electromagnetic and gravitational wave signals produced by neutron star mergers.
NEWS:
Please see the article that NASA helped us produce here:
Online Networks:
ArXiv: http://arxiv.org/a/noble_s_2
ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-3547-8306
Google Scholar: https://scholar.google.com/citations?hl=en&user=K2THAaMAAAAJ
Twitter: https://twitter.com/therealscn
ResearchGate: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Scott_Noble2
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/scott-noble