My research is in theoretical cosmology. I am broadly interested in developing tools to use observations of galaxies and the cosmic microwave background to learn about the origin and evolution of the universe. I have spent a lot of time thinking about: weak gravitational lensing, primordial non-Gaussianity as a test of inflation, and the cosmic neutrino backround. My current research focuses on the massive cosmic neutrino background and structure formation.
**If you are considering applying for one of the prize fellowships with Stony Brook as a host institution, send me an email**
Students Working in My Group
Andrew Jamieson (YITP PhD Student)
*** If you are a PhD student interested in joining my group, send me an email ***
Former Group Members Chi-Ting Chiang (YITP postdoc, now a postdoc at Brookhaven National Labs) Gongjun Choi (YITP PhD Student with R. Shrock, now a postdoc at T.D. Lee Institute)
Nanoom Lee (MA Student, Korean Government Scholarship for Overseas Study) (now a PhD student at NYU)
Teaching PHY 620 - General Relativity (Spring 2019, Spring 2017, Spring 2016) AST 100 - Astronomy Today (Fall 2016)