I am a PhD student in the CosmoStat lab working in the field of observational cosmology under the supervision of Martin Kilbinger and Valeria Pettorino.
In my work I address the challenges facing cosmic shear in the coming decade as we enter the high precision era in cosmology.
I am particularly interested in constraining intrinsic alignment and the precise calibration of shape measurements.
I explore the possible ways in which spectroscopic data can be combined with shape measurements to mitigate systematic effects and improve cosmological measurements.
My main motivation is to investigate the mysteries that surround dark matter and dark energy, and to explore any path which allows to grasp their fundamental properties.
I am a member of the UNIONS and Euclid collaborations.
Constraining Hot Dark Matter Sub-Species with Weak Lensing and the Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation, Fabian Hervas Peters, Aurel Schneider, Jozef Bucko, Sambit K. Giri, Gabriele Parimbelli, 2023, arXiv:2309.03865
Selected Talks & Posters:
NORDITA Astrophysics seminar: “Using Cosmic Shear to Constrain a Hot Dark Matter Sub-Species”, September 20 2023
Euclid Consortium Meeting Copenhagen : “Measuring Intrinsic Alignment in the UNIONS and BOSS/eBOSS surveys”, June 2023
Future Cosmology : “Measuring Intrinsic Alignment in the UNIONS and BOSS/eBOSS surveys”, April 2023
Euclid France: “Mixed Dark Matter constraints from KiDS-1000 and effects on the S8 tension”, 30 November 2023
Euclid Likelihood+Theory: “Mixed Dark Matter constraints from KiDS-1000 and effects on the S8 tension”, 28 November 2023
Prior to my PhD I completed a master at the University of Zürich with a thesis in the group of Prof. Aurel Schneider titled “Probing the effects of a Mixed Dark Matter scenario using Weak Gravitational Lensing and Cosmic Microwave Background obser