Publications

You can find the up-to-date list of my astrophysics publications from NASA ADS here.

Dark Energy Survey Year 3 Cosmology from Cosmic Shear: I led and coordinated the Dark Energy Survey Year 3 cosmic shear lensing analysis using the most powerful data until present, of 100 million galaxies [Amon et al 2021].

Dark Energy Survey Year 3 Cosmology from Weak Lensing and Clustering 3x2pt: I played a pivotal role in the Dark Energy Survey Year 3 combined lensing and clustering cosmology analysis, leading the weak lensing results and coordinating three analysis teams to the most precise cosmological constraints of its kind [DES Collaboration 2021].

Dark Energy Survey Deep Fields: I co-coordinate this team, responsible for the processing and validation of the deep, optical+NIR fields, crucial for the Year 3 analysis. [16]

Dark Energy Survey Year 3 Redshift Analysis: I use machine learning and data science techniques to develop new statistical methods for accurate weak lensing measurements, especially for estimating and calibrating photometric redshifts for the Dark Energy Survey [15, 14].

Dark Energy Survey Year 3 PSF and shear calibration: I have worked on validating the Dark Energy Survey’s Year 3 galaxy catalogue. Specifically, I tested the shape calibration, point spread function modelling and image simulations and co-coordinate the shear testing team [11,12,13].

Vera Rubin Observatory Dark Energy Science Collaboration Commissioning: I was part of a small team preparing a note recommending target fields for commissioning, on behalf of the DESC [10].

Kilo-Degree Survey (KiDS) : I was a core member of the KiDS 450 sq. deg. analysis. KiDS is a large optical imaging survey, designed primarily for weak-lensing. Its exquisite quality data is taken from the VLT Survey Telescope at the ESO Paranal Observatory [ 1, 2, 3, 4, 5].

2-degree Field Lensing Survey (2dFLenS): I was a core member of the 2dFLenS (a spectroscopic redshift survey designed as a follow-up of KiDS) taking observations and redshiting data. It uses the  2dF-AAOmega multi-fibre spectroscopic system at the Australian Astronomical Observatory [6].

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