Ph.D., Physics, Cornell University, 2007
I am a theoretical cosmologist whose current research focuses primarily on probes of the "dark sector," i.e. dark matter, dark energy, and possible modifications of general relativity. To date I have been approaching this problem on three fronts: (1) working towards the design of optimal next-generation cosmological probes, including simulating mock data sets, determining optimal survey strategies, and characterizing systematics, (2) determining the observational consequences of specific dark matter and dark energy theories, and (3) developing phenomenological tools to gain more insight from current and future data, including ways to find model-independent constraints.
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