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Edwin L Turner
Position
Project Professor (from 2015/03/06 to 2015/06/30)
Scientific Associate (from 2008/05/28 to 2008/06/12)
Scientific Associate (from 2008/09/27 to 2008/10/12)
Scientific Associate (from 2009/01/11 to 2009/01/30)
Scientific Associate (from 2009/05/26 to 2009/06/11)
Scientific Associate (from 2010/01/15 to 2010/01/30)
Scientific Associate (from 2010/05/27 to 2010/06/15)
Scientific Associate (from 2010/10/12 to 2010/10/29)
Scientific Associate (from 2011/10/14 to 2011/11/02)
Scientific Associate (from 2012/01/18 to 2012/02/04)
Scientific Associate (from 2012/05/31 to 2012/06/15)
Scientific Associate (from 2012/09/03 to 2012/09/07)
Scientific Associate (from 2012/10/17 to 2012/11/02)
Scientific Associate (from 2013/05/07 to 2013/05/17)
Scientific Associate (from 2013/06/10 to 2013/06/21)
Scientific Associate (from 2013/10/17 to 2013/11/01)
Scientific Associate (from 2014/01/20 to 2014/01/31)
Scientific Associate (from 2014/05/29 to 2014/06/18)
Scientific Associate (from 2016/01/12 to 2016/01/30)
Scientific Associate (from 2016/03/10 to 2016/03/22)
Scientific Associate (from 2016/06/02 to 2016/06/22)
Scientific Associate (from 2017/01/05 to 2017/01/20)
Scientific Associate (from 2017/10/08 to 2017/10/28)
Visiting Senior Scientist (from 2009/03/01 to 2015/03/05)
Visiting Senior Scientist (from 2015/07/01 )
Other Affiliation
Department of Astrophysical Sciences, Princeton University

Research Field
Astronomy (Astrophysics)
E-Mail
<elt _at_ astro.princeton.edu> 
URL
http://www.astro.princeton.edu/~elt/
PHOTO

Last Update 2017/06/20 14:05:29

My recent research interests are focused on exoplanet studies, astrobiology, astro-statistics and the origin of life problem in a cosmological context. Much of my past research has been in the area of classical cosmology with substantial concentrations on gravitational lensing phenomena, quasars, cosmic structure formation and determination of the fundamental parameters of the standard FLRW world model. In most cases my efforts involve both theoretical and observational techniques and are frequently located at the intersection of the two; they also often employ Bayesian and/or nonparametric statistical tools. I am still involved in cosmological research at a modest level, particularly via the SuMIRe project. Finally, a small component of my time is devoted to issues in epistemology and the limits of reductionist science.


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