I am primarily interested in studying the astrophysical processes that govern galaxy formation and evolution. In the past years, I tackled several questions on this subject and investigated nearby dwarf galaxies by means of ground-based and space-based observations. Additionally, I am interested in developments in observational astronomy, data-driven astronomy and applications of state-of-the-art machine learning techniques for astronomical research.
Understanding the extreme classes of dwarf galaxies (link), Teymoor Saifollahi, University of Groningen, 2022
Implications for galaxy formation models from observations of globular clusters around ultra-diffuse galaxies (ADS), Teymoor Saifollahi, Dennis Zaritsky, Ignacio Trujillo, Reynier Peletier, Johan Knapen, Nicola Amorisco, Michael Beasley, Richard Donnerstein, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 2022
Ultra-compact dwarfs beyond the centre of the Fornax galaxy cluster: hints of UCD formation in low-density environments (ADS), Teymoor Saifollahi, Joachim Janz, Reynier F Peletier, Michele Cantiello, Michael Hilker, Steffen Mieske, Edwin A Valentijn, Aku Venhola, Gijs Verdoes Kleijn, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 2021
The number of globular clusters around the iconic UDG DF44 is as expected for dwarf galaxies (ADS), Teymoor Saifollahi, Ignacio Trujillo, Michael A Beasley, Reynier F Peletier, Johan H Knapen, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 2021 (in the media: space.com, Youtube)
Detection of extragalactic ultra-compact dwarfs and globular clusters using explainable AI techniques (ADS), Mohammad Mohammadi, Jarvin Mutatiina, Teymoor Saifollahi, Kerstin Bunte, Journal of Astronomy and Computing, 2022