Dark matter is one of the most intriguing scientific mysteries of our time and offers exciting instructional opportunities for physics education in high schools. Check out Julia Woithe and my latest paper in Physics Education!
How did I get into physics? Why do I keep falling down the many rabbit holes of science? And how can we raise scientific literacy? I had a lot of fun talking to
PhysicsHigh about my work and my journey into science education and science communication, give it a listen🎙
Virtual reality can turn abstract concepts into experienceable phenomena. Together with OzGrav, I have studied the exciting opportunities of using VR to transform science education and public outreach practices. Take a look and let me know what you think 💫
To celebrate the 100th episode of German physics podcast "Sag mal du als Physiker", I joined the team for their anniversary: We talked about Einstein's theory of relativity and tried to wrap our minds around mind-bending ideas of curved space and warped time.
I'm happy to see my study on girls' attitudes towards Einsteinian Physics as part of the Royal Astronomical Society's
Early Career Poster Exhibition. Check out the fantastic work done by so many talented students and researchers in astronomy and space science.
I'm excited to give a public talk on the foundations of general relativity as part of the online series "Faszination Astronomie Online" hosted by Haus der Astronomie, Center for Astronomy Education and Outreach. The talk is in German and will be live-streamed Tuesday, August 18th 2020, 7pm CEST.
How can we link mathematical concepts with physical intuition and artistic vision to understand the cosmos? My latest Springer Nature chapter explores our historic struggle to visualize spacetime in special and general relativity.