I'm Sam Geen. I'm a theoretical astrophysicist using cutting-edge supercomputer simulations combined with pen and paper models to understand how massive stars shape their environment through nebulae and shape the formation of everything from gas clouds to whole galaxies.
I am currently a research associate at the University of Amsterdam in Netherlands, working at the Anton Pannekoek Insitute for Astronomy. I've previously worked at the University of Oxford in the UK, the Lyon Observatory and CEA Saclay in France, and the University of Heidelberg in Germany.
You can find a list of my publications with download links here.