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Adrian Liu

McGill Space Institute
3550 University Street
Montreal, QC,   H3A 2A7


Research field: Cosmology

Description of the research project:
Professor Liu is a cosmologist working on the boundary between theory and observations in 21 cm cosmology. By using data from a new generation of radio telescopes, he seeks to understand how the first stars and galaxies formed, with the eventual goal of mapping an unprecedentedly large volume of our observable Universe.

List of graduate students:
Mattéo Blamart (Ph.D.), Joao Buschinelli (M.Sc.), Rebecca Ceppas de Castro (M.Sc.), Hannah Fronenberg (Ph.D.), Adelie Gorce (Postdoc), Elizabeth McBride (Ph.D.), Jordan Mirocha (Postdoc), Michael Pagano (Ph.D.), Robert Pascua (Ph.D.), Saurabh Singh (Postdoc)