Alexander A. Lazar
Department of Physics and Astronomy
University of California, Irvine
Near-Field and Precision Cosmology
The Nature of Dark Matter
E-mail: aalazar [@] uci.edu
UC Irvine Center for Cosmology
Southern California Center for Galaxy Evolution
Local Group Consortium
I am a graduate student working on galaxy formation and cosmology at the University of California at Irvine.
My work focuses on several aspects of structure formation, primarily on the formation and evolution of the cosmic structures on small scales in the paradigm several of CDM and beyond.
shot in the dark
, I also a study phenomena arising in the dark sector that can potentially explain key observations and predictions in standard cosmology.
My work is only possible with these three essentials:
The information accumulated from observations
The power of high perfomance computing
The potency of caramel créme coffee