Janosz Dewberry


  • 2015-present: PhD candidate, University of Cambridge
  • 2014-2015: MASt, University of Cambridge
  • 2013-2014: PhD candidate, University of Arizona
  • 2013-2014: BA, Vassar College


I am a member of the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics Astrophysical Fluid Dynamics and Nonlinear Dynamics research group. In general, I study astrophysical accretion disks and the effects of magnetic fields on their dynamics. More specifically, I am interested in magnetohydrodynamic oscillations and instabilities that may occur on a global scale in accretion disks.

Selected Publications

  • Dewberry, J., Latter, H., Ogilvie, G. ``Quasi-periodic oscillations, trapped inertial waves and strong toroidal magnetic fields in relativistic accretion discs.'' MNRAS, 483(2):1609-1623, 2019
  • Dewberry J.,  Latter H., and Ogilvie, G., `Quasi-periodic oscillations and the global modes of relativistic, MHD accretion discs,' MNRAS, Vol. 476:4085-4103, 2018
  • Elmegreen B., Elmegreen D., Almeida J., Muñoz-Tuñón C., Dewberry J., Putko, J., Teich, Y., Popinchalk, M. `Massive clumps in local galaxies: Comparisons with high-redshift clumps.' ApJ, 774:86, 2013
  • Elmegreen D. , Elmegreen B., Almeida J., Muñoz-Tuñón C., Putko J., Dewberry J. `Local tadpole galaxies.'  ApJ, 750:95, 2012

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