Visualization of Lyman-alpha radiative transfer on simulation boxes. Left to right: z=2.0,3.0,4.0,5.9.

Clustering Distortions from Lyman-alpha Radiative Transfer - A short introduction


The dimensionally split power spectrum/two-point correlation are standard tools for constraining the cosmological model from redshift surveys. Given the Lyman-alpha emission line, I will try to motivate what significant distortions from the line’s radiative transfer modify those statistics.

Mar 16, 2018 12:00 AM
IMPRS Symposium Spring 2018
Garching, Germany

For an easy explanation of this talk’s content, check this 10 minutes read or see this seminar talk (slides available).

Chris Byrohl
Chris Byrohl
PhD Student

My research interests include Lyman-$\alpha$ radiation to study galaxies and the large-scale structure, supernovae type Ia and high-performance computing.