**Current Graduate Students:**

Victoria Calafut, 2014-

– Cluster mislocation in kinematic Sunyaev-Zel’dovich (kSZ) effect extraction

Dylan Cromer, 2017-

Georgios Valogiannis , 2014-

– Beyond delta: Tailoring marked statistics to reveal modified gravity

– Efficient simulations of large scale structure in modified gravity cosmologies with comoving Lagrangian acceleration

**Current Undergraduate REU Summer Student:**

Jonathan Davis, Summer REU 2018 (Utah Valley University)

**Past Cornell undergraduate students:**

Keri Heuer, Spring 2017 (rising Junior)

Avirukt Mittal, Spring 2017 (=> Perimeter Institute & UC Berkeley grad school)

Byeonghee Yu, Fall 2015/Spring 2016 (=> UC Berkeley grad school)

Brenna Mockler, Spring 2015 (=> UC Santa Cruz grad school)

Kira Hicks: Fall 2013-Spring 2014 (=>University of Washington grad school)

Mykyta Hulko, 2012-2013 (=> University of Toronto grad school)

Jae Hwan Kang, 2011-2012 (=> Stanford grad school)

Derek Schaeffer, 2006-2007 ( => UCLA grad school)

Matipon Tangmatitham, 2005-2007 ( => Cornell grad school)

** Past Undergraduate REU Summer Students:**

Victoria Calafut: Summer REU 2013 and Fall 2013 (The College of New Jersey=> Cornell grad school)

Gavin Hartnett 2008 (Syracuse => UC Santa Barbara grad school)

Nicholas Hollon 2007 (Villanova => Chicago grad school)

** Past Graduate Students:**

Joyce Byun, PhD 2015. Currently a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Geneva.

– Looking for non-Gaussianity in all the right places: A new basis for non-separable bispectra

– Non-Gaussian Shape Discrimination with Spectroscopic Galaxy Surveys

– Non-Gaussian Shape Recognition

Eva-Marie Mueller, PhD 2015. Currently a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Portsmouth.

– Constraints on massive neutrinos from the pairwise kinematic Sunyaev-Zel’dovich effect

– Constraints on gravity and dark energy from the pairwise kinematic Sunyaev-Zeldovich effect

– Cosmological Implications of the Effective Field Theory of Cosmic Acceleration

Istvan Laszlo, PhD 2012. Went onto to be a lecturer at Monash University.

– Optimising cosmic shear surveys to measure modifications to gravity on cosmic scales

– Disentangling dark energy and cosmic tests of gravity from weak lensing systematics

– Cosmological constraints on dark matter self-interactions

– Nonlinear growth in modified gravity theories of dark energy

Nishant Agarwal, PhD 2011. Currently an assistant professor at U. Mass. Lowell

– Universality in D-brane Inflation

– Cascading Cosmology

– Reconstruction of a general inflationary action

– Dynamical stability conditions in scalar tensor theories of gravity

Matipon Tangmatitham, M.S. 2011. Currently a grad student at Michigan Tech.

– NASA Astronomy Picture of the Day, Feb 12th 2014! “Rocket, Meteor, and Milky Way over Thailand”

– Constraining the properties of gravity with large scale structure