Johan Samsing

I am currently Einstein/Spitzer postdoctoral Fellow at the Astrophysical Science Department at Princeton University, recent member of the Princeton Society of Fellows, and Fellow at Mathey College.

Currently, I study the formation of black hole mergers and gravitational waves, using relativistic N-body simulations and analytical calculations.

 

Other interests include stellar dynamics, planets, and cosmology including dark matter and dark energy. 

Feel free to contact me at: jsamsing at gmail.com

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Publications:
CV:
Recent Talks
* Nagoya University, Japan (oct. 2019).
* Yukawa Inst., Kyoto, Japan (oct. 2019).
* Niels Bohr Inst., Denmark (aug. 2019).
* New York University, NYC (spring 2019). 
* Gravity Initiative, Princeton (Feb. 25).
* Black Hole Initiative, Harvard (29. Jan. 2019).
* U. Maryland (26. Nov. 2018).
* Stony Brook, NYC (19. Nov. 2018).
* RIT, Rochester (9. Nov. 2018).
* CITA, Toronto (22. Oct. 2018).
* IAS, Princeton (13.September 2018).
* Harvard, CfA (11.September 2018).
* LIGO collaboration (July 2018).
* Niels Bohr Institute (NBI) (June 2018).
* Princeton Center for Theoretical Sciences (spring 2018)

* John Hopkins University (spring 2018)

* CCA, NYC (March 2018).

* Columbia University (March 2018).

* University of Kobe, RIKEN (January 2018).

* University of Osako, (January 2018).

* University of Tokyo, (January 2018).

* CCA, NYC, Few-body scattering meeting (fall 2017).
* IAS, Princeton, leading several informal discussions (fall 2017).
* Caltech, seminar (fall 2017)
* UC Santa Cruz, N-body meeting (fall 2017).
* KIPAC, Stanford (fall 2017). 
* Cornell, seminar (fall 2017).
* cfa, Harvard, Einstein symposium (fall 2017).
* Princeton Society of Fellows, seminar (fall 2017)
* Niels Bohr Institute, Kavli summer school (summer 2017)
* University of the Virgin Islands, gravitational waves meeting (summer 2017).
* Princeton Society of Fellows, seminar (spring 2017)
* Thunch, Princeton (spring 2017).
* Gravity group, Princeton (winter 2017).
* Peyton hall Observatory, Princeton (winter 2017).
* Columbia, seminar (fall 2016).
* cfa, Harvard, Einstein symposium (fall 2016).
* MODEST-16 workshop, AMNH, (fall 2016).
* Columbia University, seminar (fall 2016).

 

Selected Visits/Activities

* Lorentz Center, "Black Hole Mergers and Gravitational Waves". (Dec. 2019).

* Co-organized: "Current Themes in Gravitational Physics", NBI. (Aug. 2019).

* Aspen, USA (Feb. 2019).
* CIERA, Northwestern U. (dec. 2018).
* JSI-GWPAW 2018, Washington (dec. 2018).

* Sackler Conf. at Harvard on Gravitational Waves and LIGO.

* PCTS Gravitational Waves Meeting.

* Co-organized N-body meeting CCA, NYC (1 week, fall 2017).
* IAS, Princeton, meeting on the galactic center (3 days, fall 2017).
* UC Santa Cruz, N-body meeting (1 week, fall 2017).
* AMNH, NYC (fall 2017)
* Columbia university, workshop on merging neutron stars (fall 2017).
* Interviewed for full page article in Jyllands Posten (fall 2017).
* Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw (1 week, fall 2017).
* Mentoring students at Kavli summer school (6 weeks, summer 2017).
* Finalist in `Art of Science' competition, Princeton, (spring 2017).
* Aspen CTP, winter school on gravitational waves (10 days, winter 2017).
* Mentoring student on Junior paper (fall 2016).
* Mentoring student at USRP, Princeton University (7 weeks, summer 2016).
* Co-organized the program USRP, Princeton University (7 weeks, summer 2016).
* LIGO workshop, "Compact Binary Mergers", Columbia University (winter 2016).
* UC Santa Cruz, (4 weeks, Summer 2016).
* UC Santa Cruz, (1 week, spring 2016).
* IPMU, Japan, (4 weeks, winter 2016).
* CfA Harvard, Boston, (1 weeks, summer 2015).
* CfA Harvard, Boston, (2 weeks, spring 2015).
* Aspen CTP,  winter school on black holes (1 week, winter 2015).
* Cosmology on the Beach (COTB) (1 week in 2014).
* Perimeter Institute (PITP), Waterloo, Canada, (2 weeks, August 2013).
* Institute for the Early Universe (IEU), Seoul, Korea, (3 weeks, May 2013).
* Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL), USA, (12 months - 2012).
* UC Santa Cruz (UCSC), USA, (3 months in 2012-2013).
* IPMU, Japan, (fall 2012).
* Institute for Advanced Study (IAS), Princeton, PITP (summer 2011).
* International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP), Trieste, (summer 2010).
* Nordic Astrophysics, Visby, Sweden, (spring 2010).   
* CERN, Switzerland,  (3 months, 2009).    
* Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL), USA, (5 months - 2009).
* Nordic Optical Telescope (NOT), La Palma. (1 week, 2007).

Johan Samsing

email: jsamsing at gmail.com

Department of Astrophysical Sciences

4 Ivy Lane, Princeton University,

Princeton, NJ 08544

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