Cosmology

Avi Loeb

Avi Loeb

Frank B. Baird Jr. Professor of Science
Chair, Department of Astronomy
Director, Institute for Theory and Computation (ITC)

Avi Loeb is the Frank B. Baird Jr. Professor of Science at Harvard University. He serves as Chair of the Department of Astronomy, Founding Director of Harvard's Black Hole Initiative and Director of theInstitute for Theory and Computation (ITC).... Read more about Avi Loeb

Center for Astrophysics
60 Garden Street, MS-51
Cambridge, MA, 02138
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Rachel Cochrane

Rachel Cochrane

John Harvard Distinguished Science Fellow and ITC Fellow
My primary interest is the evolution of galaxies over cosmic time, in particular the fuelling and quenching of star formation at intermediate redshifts (z~1-3... Read more about Rachel Cochrane
60 Garden Street, MS-51
Cambridge, MA 02138
Office P-214
Angelo Ricarte

Angelo Ricarte

ITC Fellow
 
Angelo Ricarte is an ITC Fellow working with Prof. Ramesh Narayan.  His research concerns the formation and evolution of...
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60 Garden Street, MS-51
Cambridge, MA 02138
Office P-221
Bryan Terrazas

Bryan Terrazas

Harvard Future Faculty Leaders Fellow
Bryan studies the mechanisms behind the suppression of star formation, i.e. quiescence, in galaxies. The number of these quiescent galaxies has been increasing... Read more about Bryan Terrazas
60 Garden Street, MS-51
Cambridge, MA 02138
Office P-247
Matthew Smith

Matthew Smith

Hernquist Research Group Fellow and ITC Fellow
Using novel methods to model the interstellar medium, star formation and stellar feedback processes in galactic and cosmological numerical simulations, Matthew... Read more about Matthew Smith
60 Garden Street, MS-51
Cambridge, MA 02138
Office P-223

ITC grad student Marion Dierickx is the lead author on a research paper, with findings published in The Astrophysical Journal!

January 12, 2017

ITC grad student Marion Dierickx is the lead author on a research paper, with findings published in The Astrophysical Journal!

 

 

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Charlie Conroy wins the AAS Helen. B. Warner Prize for 2017!

January 10, 2017

 

The American Astronomical Society has selected Professor Charlie Conroy to receive the Helen. B. Warner Prize for 2017.

The Helen B. Warner Prize is given annually for a significant contribution to observational or theoretical astronomy during the five years preceding the award, to an astronomer who has not attained 36 years of age in the year designated for the award or who is within eight years of receipt of his or her Ph.D. degree. Your citation reads:

“The AAS awards Dr. Charlie Conroy the Helen B. Warner Prize for Astronomy for his work in modeling...

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