I am a cosmologist, and currently head of the Astrophysics Group in the Department of Physics.
Statistical Cosmology. Testing cosmological theories: Bayesian probability; Theory and analysis of fluctuations in the Cosmic Microwave background; Large Scale Structure; Statistics of the galaxy distribution and large scale flows. Theoretical Cosmology and Particle Astrophysics. Supermassive Black Holes in the centers of galaxies -- their detection and use as probes of the history of structure formation.
My blog is more up to date, but not entirely academic.
- Second-year Quantum Mechanics.
- Undergraduate Cosmology
- Fourier Series and Transforms for physicsts.
- First-year professional skills seminars
- Third-year professional skills: Presentations
- Second-year laboratory
et al., Intensity-Coupled-Polarization in Instruments with a Continuously Rotating Half-Wave Plate
Sellentin E, Jaffe AH, Heavens AF, On the use of the Edgeworth expansion in cosmology I: how to foresee and evade its pitfalls
et al., Multi-chroic dual-polarization bolometric detectors for studies of the Cosmic Microwave Background