Alan Zablocki
Graduate Student, Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics

Phone: (773) 702-3112
Location: TAAC 66

Scientific Advisor: Joshua A. Frieman

Affiliations: Kavli Institute for Cosmological Physics

Publications: ADS | arXiv
I am interested in Cosmology and General Relativity, more specifically I am interested in:
  • Neutrino effects on Structure Formation
  • Lossless data compression algorithms
  • CMB Physics
  • Nature of Dark Matter and Dark Energy
  • Primordial Gravitational Waves as signatures of Inflation
  • Cosmic Reionisation in the 21cm

My research mainly involves studying how large datasets from Cosmic Microwave Background (CMB) experiments and galaxy surveys can constrain fundamental physics. In particular, I am investigating the effects of massive neutrinos on large scale structure observables, such as angular galaxy clustering in the Dark Energy Survey (DES), and I am devising a combined data analysis pipeline to constrain cosmological parameters.

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