visiting researcher at Department of Physics and Astronomy, Astronomy and Space Physics
Associate professor (docent) in astronomy with specialization in astrophysics.
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Theoretical and observational studies of the large-scale structure of the Universe through clusters of galaxies, voids, and the first galaxies in the Universe - to understand galaxy astrophysics/star formation, dark energy, dark matter, cosmic inflation, and the reionization process in the early Universe.
Participant in the scientific projects 4MOST, Euclid, Square Kilometer Array, XMM Cluster Survey and XXL Survey. External Collaborator in the Dark Energy Survey. Also participating in the scientific exploitation of data from the Hubble Space Telescope and the coming James Webb Space Telescope.
Theoretical studies of the philosophy of cosmology, such as model inference, fine-tuning of the constants of nature, and multiverse explanations.
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