I am one of the principal authors of a state of the art Monte Carlo Radiative Transfer Code: Python (see also Long & Knigge 2002) which has been used to model the winds of a wider variety of accretion disks systems, including CVs, YSOs, X-ray Binaries and AGN. Our team is looking for people who would be interested in using Python for their own projects, and would be glad to help get you started on such an effort.
I am actively involved in a variety of observational efforts,
both from ground=based telescopes, and space-based missions, such
as Hubble Space Telescope
and Chandra X-ray
Observatory. I was actively involved in Hitomi, the Japanese
X-ray mission which unfortunately suffered a catastrophic event in
the spring of 2016 before it entered its operational phase.