Srinivasan Raghunathan @UniMelb
 
 
Srinivasan Raghunathan
 
Welcome to my webpage
 
Research interests: CMB, galaxy clusters, large-scale structures, quasar absorption lines.

Postdoc (current): University of Melbourne, Australia (Oct 2015 - )

My work focusses on constraining cosmology using the data from the 10 metre South Pole Telescope POLarimeter (SPTpol) located at the Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station, Antarctica.

PhD thesis: Universidad de Chile, Santiago de Chile (Mar 2010 - Jan 2016)  Download link: thesis_srini.pdf

I worked on the Atacama B-mode Search (ABS) experiment searching for the imprints of the primordial gravitational waves on the polarized Cosmic Microwave background. Read more

Other interests: I'm also interested in studying the LSS of the universe using QAL as cosmological probes. Along with Dr. Roger Clowes et al., I was involved in the discovery of one of the largest structures in the universe (Huge-LQG). Read more



Tools: The following tools might interest some

 Cosmological calculators

 Lunar calendar

Note: The tools are created with Python and PHP. Please feel free to send me an email if you find any discrepancies.