I am a theoretical cosmologist, currently working as a senior research associate (maitre-assistant) at University of Geneva, in Switzerland. I am broadly interested in studying the origin, the composition and the evolution of the universe by testing the theoretical models against the high-precision data from various cosmological observations. The primary direction of my research has been constraining the physics of the early universe using observation of cosmological large-scale structure, as well as the cosmic microwave background. Most recently, I have been particularly interested in using the clustering statistics from galaxy surveys, as well from intensity mapping surveys to test fundamental physics. I am an active member of EUCLID consortium, an ESA medium class astronomy and astrophysics space mission scheduled to go online in 2022 and will map the large-scale structure via measurements of galaxy shapes and clustering statistics.
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