I am a Black Hole Initiative Postdoctoral Fellow at the Center for Astrophysics | Harvard & Smithsonian (CfA). In 2017 I graduated from California Institute of Technology (Caltech), where I worked in the NuSTAR group led by prof. Fiona Harrison. I have been an International Fulbright Science and Technology Fellow for the first three years of graduate school at Caltech, and a NASA Earth and Space Science Fellow for the following three years.

My research is focused on observations, data analysis, and theoretical modeling of active galactic nuclei. Using X-ray spectroscopy, as well as observations at other wavelengths, I am trying to better understand the structures surrounding supermassive black holes. In 2017 I joined the Event Horizon Telescope (EHT) Collaboration, which aimed -- and succeeded -- to produce the first resolved image of a black hole. Within the collaboration I work on coordinated multi-wavelength observations of EHT targets, but my primary contribution is in the role of the Outreach Working Group Coordinator.

On this website you can find more details about my CV, research, publications, and outreach activities. To get in touch, please send me an e-mail, or find me in office #216 at the Black Hole Initiative in Cambridge, MA, USA.

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My work covers various topics in studies of supermassive black holes and active galactic nuclei. You can find more details about my research projects here. Below is a word cloud generated from the titles and abstracts of the papers I significantly contributed to (find them here):

Mislav Baloković -- last updated 2020 Jan 24