Daniel Eisenstein selected as a Simons Investigator

June 21, 2016
Daniel Eisenstein selected as a Simons Investigator

Professor Daniel Eisenstein was selected by the Simons Foundation as a 2016 Simons Investigator. "The Simons Investigators program provides a stable base of support for outstanding scientists, enabling them to undertake long-term study of fundamental questions."

Daniel Eisenstein
Harvard University
 
Daniel Eisenstein is a leading figure in modern cosmology. He is known for utilization of the baryon acoustic oscillations (BAO) standard ruler for measuring the geometry of the universe, which underpins several large upcoming ground and space missions. Eisenstein blends theory, computation and data analysis seamlessly to push the boundaries of current-day research in cosmology. 

 

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