Graduate Research Assistant

391 UCB
2000 Colorado Ave, Boulder, CO 80309
Duane Physics Building, Rm. E226

My current research concerns Dark Cosmology or studying Dark matter in the Dark Ages of the universe. My group uses 21-cm Hydrogen Cosmology to probe the matter-energy content of the early universe. We are creating a data-analysis pipeline to extract low-frequency radio signals from the data to be taken by DAPPER, a satellite that will orbit the moon and use the lunar radio-quiet side to make highly precise, RFI-free measurements. My projects involve studying and modeling the galactic foreground radio emission in order to separate it from the far fainter, desired 21-cm signal.