Fe McBride – Multimessenger Astrophysicist


Full CV

Below is a summary, this is a version of the full CV [PDF, 117.3 kB, 07/2023].

Personal data:

Citizenship: Germany
Languages: German (native), English (fluent), Dutch (nearly fluent), French (B2 level)

Current position:

  • 07/2022 – present: Assistant Professor at Bowdoin College

Previous positions

10/2019 – 06/2022: Eberly Research Fellow at the Pennsylvania State University (PSU): Multimessenger follow-up of IceCube neutrino events in the framework of AMON; Accretion disk signatures in jetted AGN and the peculiar AGN PKS 2005-489

Advisors: Michael Eracleous, Derek Fox, Ana Matkovic

06/2016 – 08/2019: Postdoctoral researcher at the University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Multimessenger projects, CTA science planning with ASTERICS

Advisors: David Berge, Sera Markoff


Advisors: Joern Wilms, Matthias Kadler

Research interests

High-energy astrophysics, black hole systems in particular: dynamic multiwavelength (radio through gamma rays) and multimessenger information from jets (AGN and microquasars, X-ray observations of supernovae Ia, and peculiar AGN (young radio galaxies, unusual sources).

Member of the following collaborations: