Welcome to Moritz Münchmeyer's Cosmology Group
The research group of Prof. Moritz Münchmeyer is developing computational and theoretical methods to probe fundamental physics with cosmology. With our methods we are contributing to several experimental collaborations, in particular Simons Observatory, Rubin Observatory and CHIME-FRB. You can learn more about our research here. At UW Madison we are part of the Cosmology Group and the High Energy Physics group.
A part of our research is focusing on Machine Learning methods, which have exciting potential for cosmology. With this work we are contributing to the Machine Learning Initiative of the Physics Department.
Moritz joined UW–Madison as Assistant Professor in January 2021. You can read his welcome interviews: Dept Interview | UW–Madison Interview
At UW–Madison we are fortunate to have a striving cosmology community with lots of interactions between the faculty and group members. If you are interested you are welcome to attend our weekly cosmology journal club.
If you are interested in joining our group please contact Moritz by email at email@example.com or drop by his office 6205 in Chamberlin Hall.