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Paul M. Sutter

INFN Fellow in Theoretical Physics
Astronomical Observatory of Trieste (OAT)

Visiting CCAPP Fellow
Ohio State University

sutter@oats.inaf.it

My Publications (arXiv)







I currently hold an INFN postdoctoral fellowship, based at the Astronomical Observatory of Trieste, where I study cosmic voids and the epoch of reionization. I am the first author and curator of the Public Cosmic Void Catalog and a member of the HERA collaboration.

I also hold a visiting position with The Ohio State University's Center for Cosmological and Astro-Particle Physics.

Previously I was a postdoc at the Paris Institute of Astrophysics, where I worked 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 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 available for public outreach, education, and consulting. Please contact me!


Recent News

  • cosmic dawn talk at nyu
    Tomorrow I'm happy to give the Astro Seminar at NYU's CCPP. My talk is "From data to theory at the cosmic dawn."
    Posted by Paul Matt Sutter
  • radio imaging paper submitted
    Congrats to Adam Beardsley, who recently submitted a paper on "Adding Context to JWST Surveys with Current and Future 21cm Radio Observations" to the Astrophysical Journal. Read it here.
    Posted Oct 21, 2014, 6:40 PM by Paul Matt Sutter
  • dark matter voids paper
    Congrats to Florent Leclercq, a French PhD student, for submitting his paper on "Dark matter voids in the SDSS galaxy survey" to JCAP. Check it out here.
    Posted Oct 2, 2014, 11:29 PM by Paul Matt Sutter
  • Visit to Brera
    I just gave an informal question-and-answer seminar at the Observatory of Brera-Merate. The talk was "Understanding cosmology with cosmic voids". 
    Posted Oct 2, 2014, 10:40 AM by Paul Matt Sutter
  • Void paper accepted
    Another day, another void paper accepted! This time, it's "On the observability of coupled dark energy with cosmic voids". Thanks for all the help from my coauthors!
    Posted Oct 1, 2014, 1:54 AM by Paul Matt Sutter
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