Emmanuel Schaan

eschaan@lbl.gov

I am a cosmologist working at the intersection of theory and data analysis. My research consists in building innovative analysis techniques to combine large-scale structure and cosmic microwave background (CMB) data, in order to control their systematics and answer fundamental questions in physics such as the nature of dark energy and dark matter and the neutrino masses, and in extragalactic astrophysics such as how galaxies form and how they reionized the Universe.

I am a Chamberlain postdoctoral fellow at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. I obtained my PhD in Astrophysics at Princeton University with Prof. David Spergel in 2017. Before that, I was an undergraduate at Ecole Normale Supérieure de Paris, working with Prof. Francis Bernardeau and Prof. Steve Balbus.