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Cosmology, large-scale structure, weak lensing, astrophysics of galaxies, statistical methods

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I use weak gravitational lensing and other precision cosmology methods to measure the large-scale structure of the universe. Much of my work involves developing statistical techniques that distill cosmological information from measurements of galaxy sizes, shapes, and colors. As a member of the science team for the upcoming Roman Space Telescope, I also work on planning, analysis, and pipeline development for the next generation of cosmology surveys.

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Postdoctoral Fellow with Prof. Bovy Strong gravitational lensing, dark matter substructure, galactic dynamics
Website: https://www.astro.utoronto.ca/~gilman/
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Postdoctoral Fellow with Prof. van Kerkwijk & Pen Multi-wavelength observations of accreting neutron stars and radio pulsars, pulsar scintillometry, radio interferometry, theories of gravity (tests of GR and alternatives)
Work Phone: 416-978-2870 Website: https://www.astro.utoronto.ca/~gusinskaia
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Supervisor: Bob Abraham High redshift galaxies, galaxy evolution and morphology
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Postdoctoral Fellow with Prof. van Kerkwijk
Website: http://www.astro.utoronto.ca/~luo/
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Postdoctoral Fellow with Prof. Eadie Astrostatistics and data science with multi-wavelength, large-area surveys; Galactic structure and dynamics; stars and stellar populations; dust and the interstellar medium; galaxy formation and evolution; scalable inference; Monte Carlo samplingPh.D. 2020, Harvard University
Website: https://www.astro.utoronto.ca/~speagle

Biographical Info

I am a Banting-Dunlap Postdoctoral Fellow jointly hosted between the
Department of Statistical Sciences, the Department of Astronomy &
Astrophysics, and the Dunlap Institute. My research focuses on using a
combination of astronomy, statistics, and computer science to combine and
analyze billions of stars and galaxies from wide-field imaging and
spectroscopic surveys to better understand the how galaxies like the Milky
Way form, behave, and evolve over time.

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