New website for the BIG4 project
I have started a new website for the project BIG4, for which I am the Principal Investigator. Please visit it at big4.iap.fr and check documentation and videos.
Constraints on Cosmology and Gravity from the Dynamics of Voids
I will be giving several presentations over the summer. The up-to-date list is available in the talk section.
I have submitted an article to MNRAS on using the ARES/BORG machinery as a telescope to detect and characterize large scale structures. On this pictures one can see some of the results, without particular ordering: density field inference, galaxy bias measurement, error estimation, ... The work is based on my 2M++ galaxy compilation.
Graduated Ph.D. at Institut d''Astrophysique de Paris. Ph.D. subject: "Reconstruction of primordial density fluctuations" Advisors: R. Mohayaee, S. Colombi, F. Bernardeau, J. Silk
I have also taught to first year university students the concepts of mechanics through energy conservation. This teaching was accomplished through tutorial lessons.
From September 2008 to August 2011, I was a post-doctoral research fellow at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in the department of Astronomy. There I have an ongoing collaboration with Professor Benjamin Wandelt on the subject of the formation of Large Scale structures and new methods to analyze CMB data.
From September 2011 to April 2013, I was a CITA national fellow to University of Waterloo in Ontario, Canada. I was also a post-doctoral associate at the Perimeter Institute.
Since May 2013, I am a full time researcher at the Institut d'Astrophysique de Paris.
(C) Guilhem Lavaux, 2014 - 2017,
Last updated: December 01, 2014