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Ue-Li Pen

PhD Institution: Princeton
Research Interests: Cosmology, Simulations, Sunyaev-Zeldovich Effect, Galaxy Spin Correlations, Lyman Alpha forest
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Room: 1317
Phone Number: +1 (416) 978-6477

Most Recent CITA Preprints:
Scientists at CITA are active in developing a new probe of the Universe - the 21 cm line - which promises to allow for measurements of unprecedented precision
Information Content in the Angular Power Spectrum of Weak Lensing: Wavelet Method
Non-Gaussian Error in Galaxy Survey (Part 1)
Non-Gaussian errors of baryonic acoustic oscillations
The GMRT-EoR Experiment: A new upper limit on the neutral hydrogen power spectrum at z~8.6
Primordial gravity wave fossils and their use in testing inflation
Increasing the Fisher Information Content in the Matter Power Spectrum by Non-linear Wavelet Weiner Filtering
Enhanced Detectability of Pre-reionization 21-cm Structure
Near term measurements with 21 cm intensity mapping: neutral hydrogen fraction and BAO at z<2
Projected Constraints on Modified Gravity Cosmologies from 21cm Intensity Mapping
Effect of the intergalactic environment on the observability of Ly-alpha emitters during reionization
Reionization: Characteristic Scales, Topology and Observability
Baryon Acoustic Oscillation Intensity Mapping of Dark Energy
Simulating Reionization: Character and Observability
The Signature of Patchy Reionization in the Polarization Anisotropy of the CMB
The Kinetic Sunyaev-Zel'dovich Effect from Patchy Reionization: the View from the Simulations
Self-Regulated Reionization
Simulating Cosmic Reionization at Large Scales II: the 21-cm Emission Features and Statistical Signals
Simulating Cosmic Reionization at Large Scales I: the Geometry of Reionization
Mapping dark matter with cosmic magnification
Rotation in Gravitational Lenses
Ionization fronts and their interaction with density fluctuations: implications for reionization
Precision measurement of cosmic magnification from 21 cm emitting galaxies
Reconstruction of the One-point Distribution of Convergence from Weak Lensing by Large-scale Structure
Searching for Early Ionization with the Primeval Structure Telescope
Out-of-Core Hydrodynamic Simulations for Cosmological Applications
Beating Lensing Cosmic Variance with Galaxy Tomography
Towards Optimal Parallel PM N-body Codes: PMFAST
Forecast for Epoch-of-Reionization as viewable by the PrimevAl Structure Telescope (PAST)
Approaching the dynamics of hot nucleons in supernovae
Extended Mosaic Observations with the Cosmic Background Imager