Cosmology X Data Science

The Cosmology X Data Science group develops novel algorithms and ways of thinking to apply to datasets to answer fundamental questions about the cosmos.

Astronomy is entering a new era. With ground- and space-based telescopes equipped with increasingly more sensitive cameras and instruments, enabling surveys, such as Kepler, Gaia and DES, SDSS, DESI, LSST, Euclid and WFIRST, that are discovering thousands of planets and millions of stars and galaxies, we are able to seek answers to fundamental questions about the origin and evolution of the universe. Cosmology X Data Science is a group that looks into all these datasets, develop new methods and ideas to answer fundamental questions of our cosmos.

Research Highlights

The Quijote Simulations

Govind Menon, ChangHoon Hahn, Elena Massara, Arka Banerjee, Ana Maria Delgado, Doogesh Kodi Ramanah, Tom Charnock, E. Giusarma, Y. Li, Erwan Allys, Antoine Brochard, Cora Uhlemann, Chi-Ting Chiang, S. He, Alice Pisani, Andrej Obuljen, Yu Feng, Emanuele Castorina, Gabriella Contardo, Christina D. Kreisch, Andrina Nicola, Justin Alsing, Roman Scoccimarro, Licia Verde, Matteo Viel, S. Ho, S. Mallat, Benjamin Wandelt, F. Villaescusa-Navarro, D. Spergel

The Quijote simulations are a set of 44,100 full N-body simulations spanning more than 7000 cosmological models in the $\{{{\rm{\Omega…

The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series

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