Charlotte Mason, PhDAssociate Professor at University of Copenhagen
charlotte.mason [at] nbi.ku.dk
My work focuses on understanding “Cosmic Dawn” – when and how did the first galaxies form, what are their connections with the dark matter halos they form in, and how was intergalactic hydrogen reionized? Outside of work I try to spend as much of my time as possible away from a computer, usually in or on water (mostly swimming and rowing).
Ting-Yi Lu, MScPhD student at University of Copenhagen
Ting-Yi joined DAWN from the National Tsing Hua University in Taiwan. Her first project is focused on measuring the morphology of Reionization.
Gonzalo Prieto Lyon, MScPhD student at University of Copenhagen
Gonzalo joined DAWN from the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. His first project is focused on understanding how Lyman alpha emission is produced and escapes high redshift galaxies.
previously: REU student at Center for Astrophysics, from Florida International University
now: Graduate Student, University of Texas, Austin
Alexa modelled the evolution of the Lyman alpha luminosity function during Reionization. Read more in the paper
previously: REU student at Center for Astrophysics, from Arizona State University
now: NSF Graduate Research Fellow, University of Arizonia
Lily investigated the impact of scatter in the UV luminosity - halo mass relation on the the visibility of Lyman alpha emission during Reionization. Read more in the paper
DAWN hires postdoc Fellows and PhD students yearly and we also can host visitors. My group has openings for postdocs, PhD and MSc students at the Niels Bohr Institute. Inquiries from people interested in working at DAWN and/or applying for independent research funding in Denmark are very welcome. I am always interested in collaborating with new people.
I am grateful for the support of my research a number of sources. My group is currently supported by VILLUM FONDEN via a Villum Young Investigator grant (37459). My research has previously been supported by NASA Headquarters through the NASA Earth and Space Science Fellowship Program Grant NNX16AO85H, and through the NASA Hubble Fellowship grant HST-HF2-51413.001-A awarded by the Space Telescope Science Institute, which is operated by the Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy, Inc., for NASA, under contract NAS5-26555.