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Linda Tenhu

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Om mig

Hello! I am an astrophysics PhD student at the Particle Physics, Astrophysics and Medical Imaging group at KTH supervised by professor Josefin Larsson. My research delves into the fascinating world of supernova remnants, which I study by analysing data from optical telescopes.

Every day, I employ a range of data analysis techniques that help me uncover hidden gems in the data, such as spatial variations in the optical continuum emission of supernova remnants. In general, I am interested in understanding the various mechanisms that produce optical emission in supernova remnants. If you want to learn more about my research, find me in ORCiD.

Besides research, I have also been a teacher in the General Relativity, Astrophysics, and Introduction to Astrophysics courses as well as a teaching assistant for Analytical Mechanics and Physicist’s Mathematical Methods courses.


Allmän relativitetsteori (SH2372), lärare, assistent | Kurswebb

Analytisk mekanik och klassisk fältteori (SI2360), assistent | Kurswebb

Astrofysik (SH2402), lärare | Kurswebb

Fysikens matematiska metoder, tilläggskurs (SI1142), assistent | Kurswebb

Introduktion till astronomi för ingenjörer (SH1003), lärare | Kurswebb

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