Lami Suleiman

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Degree: Master degree

Division: Astrophysics II (Warsaw)

ORCID: 0000-0003-3783-7448

Office: 101

Phone: +48 223296101


Lami Suleiman is a Ph.D. candidate at Nicolaus Copernicus Astronomical Center (CAMK) in Warsaw and a scholar at the Geoplanet Doctoral School. She is also a researcher at Laboratory Universe and Theories (LUTH) from Paris Observatory (France).

The supervisors of her work are Prof. Leszek Zdunik (CAMK) and Dr. Micaela Oertel (LUTH).

Lami is also a member of the French collaboration MAC (Compact Object Modelisation) as well as a representative of the Department of the Youth Network of the French Physical Society.

Her research as a part of her doctoral thesis entitled “Thermal evolution of Neutron Stars” focuses on the modeling of neutron star matter and modeling of macroscopic parameters of neutron stars. Strictly speaking, her study is concerned with the partially accreted crust of neutron stars and neutrino emissivity related to Modified Urca processes.

Research interests:
  • neutron star physics,
  • equation of state of dense matter,
  • thermal evolution of neutron stars,
  • neutrino emissive processes.

Degrees and titles:
  • 2019: M.Sc. in Fundamental Physics with the focus on non-linear physical models, University of Tours (France),
  • 2017: B.Sc. in Physics, University of Tours (France).