Niels Bohr Institute
Marie-Curie Research Fellow
Centre for Star and Planet Formation
I am a theoretical astrophysicist working on various aspects of star formation in galaxies and the physics of the interstellar medium.
I am currently employed as a Marie-Curie Research fellow at the Niels Bohr Institute and I am also associated with the Centre for Star and Planet Formation, both of which are located in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Prior to that I have worked at Imperial College London, the CEA in Saclay, the Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute, and the Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico. I did my research work for my Ph.D at the Max-Planck Institute in Heidelberg and obtained my Ph.D degree from the University of Heidelberg.
We measure dust masses, and star formation rates of low-redshift galaxies using multi-wavelenght SED modelling with the code MAGPHYS. We discuss the origin of dust in red Early-type galaxies. Data points (squares) in the figure below come from Herschel, GAMA, WISE, & SDSS
to read more: Dariush, Dib, Hony et al. (2016)
I organized the workshop "The Early Life of Stellar Clusters : Formation and Dynamics" (Copenhagen, Nov 3-7, 2014).