Eduardo Gutiérrez - Postdoctoral Scholar - Postdoc
Office: 301B Whitmore Lab
Address: 104 Davey Lab University Park, PA 16802 US
Phone: +1 814 863 9605

I am a Postdoctoral Scholar at the Department of Physics of The Pennsylvania State University.

My research focuses on the multimessenger radiative output from mergers of compact objects. To this aim, I perform numerical simulations of binary neutron star mergers and supermassive binary black holes on the verge of collision. I am especially interested in the physics of the accretion disks, winds, and jets formed in these events, and the high-energy electromagnetic radiation associated with them.

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  1. Eduardo Gutiérrez, Rodrigo Nemmen, Fabio Cafardo, "A Nonthermal Bomb Explains the Near-infrared Superflare of Sgr A*." 891 2 (2020)
  2. Gustavo Romero, Eduardo Gutiérrez, "The Origin of Matter at the Base of Relativistic Jets in Active Galactic Nuclei." Universe 6 7 (2020)
  3. E. Gutiérrez, F. Vieyro, G. Romero, "Nonthermal processes in hot accretion flows onto supermassive black holes: An inhomogeneous model." 649 (2021)
  4. Eduardo Gutiérrez, Luciano Combi, Scott Noble, Manuela Campanelli, Julian Krolik, Federico López Armengol, Federico García, "Electromagnetic Signatures from Supermassive Binary Black Holes Approaching Merger." 928 2 (2022)