Last Update 2019/01/15
The exact nature of cosmic acceleration is a key mystery of modern cosmology. Current and future wide-field surveys provide a number of important probes, such as weak gravitational lensing, the clustering of matter, and the abundance of galaxy clusters, that can shed light on this mystery.
My research interests involve combining these different probes in a unified analysis to maximize the cosmological information we gain from them, as well as to use them for tests of the current-standard ΛCDM framework. In particular, I am interested in developing analysis techniques that can provide tighter constraints on the cosmological parameters of interest while mitigating critical systematic errors.
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