Hi! I'm Camille,
I am a PhD student in the Time-domain astronomy group of Dr. Ondřej Pejcha at Charles University, Prague.
About MeInterests and qualifications
I am mainly interested in both theory and observations of transients and stellar interactions. My current focus is on simulations of various binary interactions, and I previously worked on cataclysmic variables and supernovae as well. I have a strong interest in computational science, especially in hydrodynamics simulations. I also love doodling and making small designs inspired by my research.
Grenoble Alpes University
You can find more details about my past and present projects below!
I made a poster about OGLE-BLG504.12.201843 for the workshop Impact of Binaries on Stellar Evolution!Poster
OGLE-BLG504.12.201843, an extreme dwarf nova?
Paper on a peculiar cataclysmic variable that shows year-long outbursts recurring every 3 years!Paper
The complex dynamical past and future of CzeV343
Study of the dynamics of the double eclisping binary CzeV343 and the future evolution of the sytem.Paper
Camille Landri, Ondřej Pejcha, Michał Pawlak, Andrzej Udalski, Jose L. Prieto, Manuel Barrientos, Jay Strader and Subo Dong, submitted to MNRAS, February 2022
The complex dynamical past and future of double eclipsing binary CzeV343: misaligned orbits and period resonance,
Ondřej Pejcha, Pavel Cagaš, Camille Landri, Michael M. Fausnaugh, Gisella De Rosa, Jose L. Prieto, Zbyněk Henzl, Milan Pešta, submitted to A&A, June 2022
OGLE-BLG504.12.201843, A possible extreme dwarf nova
Talk at the WDS, Charles University, Prague, Czechia
OGLE-BLG504.12.201843, An Extreme Dwarf Nova
Camille Landri, Master Thesis, Uppsala University, 2020