About

Introduction I am a 6th year graduate student, working with Josh Frieman.

My research

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 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.