Homepage of Astrophysicist Dr. Carl E. Fields
I am an RPF Distinguished Postdoctoral Fellow at
Los Alamos National Laboratory in the Computational Physics and Methods (CCS-2) and Eulerian Codes (XCP-2) Divisions.
I am broadly interested in computational and nuclear astrophysics of massive stars, their explosions and the multi-messenger signals they produce.
A list of my scientific publications can be found here. For more information, please see my CV.
3D Collapse of a Rapidly Rotating 16 solar mass star
Read more about the article here
3D Iron Core-Collapse of a 15 solar mass star
Read more about the article here.
MSU astrophysics doctoral student Carl Fields named one of Forbes' 30 Under 30 for science
Interview with the Lansing State Journal. Read here.
Black voices in physics: Carl Fields
Interview with Physics Today. Read here.
Fellowship Materials application materials can be found here. These are for applying to gradaute programs in Physics/Astronomy. For resources suitable for applying to
postdoctoral research positions, please reach out via email. Click here for more information!
Astronomy Education I have helped create and develop MESA-Web, an online-based interface to the stellar evolution code MESA. Over the years, MESA-Web has
has been utilized by many classrooms around the world and has evolved over 10,000 stellar models to over 6,000 unique users. MESA-Web is now
hosted and maintained by Rich Townsend at UW-Madison and is a valuable tool for astronomy education. Consider MESA-Web in your classrooms!
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