Dr. Ben Mathiesen

Ben Mathiesen graduated from Brown University with a Bachelor of Science degree in physics earning Phi Beta Kappa and Sigma Xi honors. Ben received his Masterís and Doctorate degrees from the University of Michigan. He is a research astrophysicist with research specialties in X-ray astronomy, the numerical simulation of astrophysical fluids, and the evolution of the universe.  For his doctoral thesis, Ben conducted in depth research into precision cosmology with evolving x-ray clusters.  In addition to writing and publishing numerous journal articles in astronomy and astrophysics, he has designed and taught several courses in physics, applied math, and scientific programming.  Ben, an American living in Paris, speaks French fluently and has worked as a freelance writer and editor since 1996. Ben can edit papers in physics (including but not limited to relativity, cosmology, fluid dymanics, quantum mechanics, optics, waves, nuclear & plasma physics & biophysics), in computational & computer sciences, as well as in mathematics, applied mathematics and engineering.