Anatoly Klypin

Stay at the IAC: 28/05/2018 to 27/06/2018

Research line: Cosmology and Astroparticles

Prof. Klypin (New Mexico State University, USA)

A. Klypin has 25 yrs of research experience in cosmology and extragalactic astronomy. Testing cosmological models using different techniques is the main focus of his research. He continues to be actively involved in developing new numerical methods for cosmological simulations. He has extensive experience in supercomputing and analysis of observational data. A. Klypin has published more than 100 papers in refereed journals. His main interests are the large-scale structure of the galactic distribution, formation and structure of galaxies and galaxy clusters, galactic models, dark matter in galaxies. He has many collaborators in different countries (Germany, Italy, Israel, Spain, Mexico, and UK). During last 5 years Klypin received large grants for using computer resources at the National Center for Supercomputer Applications, NERSC, NASA AMES, and LRZ (Munchen). 


Scientific activity during the period visiting the IAC:
During his stay at the IAC he will work with the IAC-ULL researcher Francisco-Shu Kitaura making improved catalogues of galaxies for EUCLID and DESI and investigating the local universe.

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