Paul Matt Sutter
Postdoctoral Fellow in
Next-Generation Cosmic Probes
Paris Institute of Astrophysics (IAP)
Visiting CCAPP Fellow
Ohio State University
My Publications (arXiv)
I am a postdoc at the Paris Institute of Astrophysics, where I work with Benjamin Wandelt on many topics, including novel probes of cosmology, analysis of radio interferometer observations, and understanding the Cosmic Microwave Background with the Planck Satellite. I am the first author and curator of the Public Cosmic Void Catalog.
I also hold a visiting position with The Ohio State University's Center for Cosmological and Astro-Particle Physics, where I collaborate with David Weinberg on the identification and analysis of cosmic voids.
I received my Ph.D. in Physics from the University of Illinois in 2011. I studied with Paul Ricker as a Department of Energy Computational Science Graduate Fellow. My dissertation focused on magnetic fields in clusters of galaxies. In the course of my research I modified heavily and contributed to the FLASH astrophysical simulation code. I also spent several months working with Rebecca Hartman-Baker, Judy Hill, and Robert Harrison at Oak Ridge National Laboratory on problems in computational chemistry. Previously I received my Bachelor's in Physics from California Polytechnic State University.
I am always open for public outreach, teaching, and interviews. Please contact me!
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