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Dr. Shun Saito
- 106 Physics Bldg, 1315 N Pine St, Rolla, MO 65401
Large-scale structure of the Universe: Neutrino Mass, Cosmic Acceleration (Dark Energy, Modified Gravity), Galaxy Clustering & Intensity Mapping (Baryon Acoustic Oscillation, Redshift Space Distortion, Galaxy Bias, Nonlinear Evolution), Galaxy Evolution, Galaxy-Halo connection, Subhalo Abundance Matching, Modeling Emission-Lines from Star-Forming Galaxies. Cosmic Microwave Background: Lensing, Polarization, Inflation. Gravitational Wave: Inflation, Reheating Temperature, Standard Siren. Statistical Analysis: Markov chain Monte Carlo methods, Machine learning.
- 2010: PhD in Physics: Department of Physics, Graduate School of Science, The University of Tokyo, Japan
- 2007: MS in Physics: Department of Physics, Graduate School of Science, The University of Tokyo, Japan
- S. Alam et al. [including S. Saito in an alphabetical order], “The clustering of galaxies in the completed SDSS-III Baryon Oscillation Spectroscopic Survey: cosmological analysis of the DR12 galaxy sample”, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 470, 2617 (2017).
- S. Saito and A. Leauthaud et al., "Connecting Massive Galaxies to Dark Matter Halos in BOSS. I: Is Galaxy Color a Stochastic Process in High Mass Halos?”, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 460, 1457 (2016).
- S. Saito, T. Baldauf, Z. Vlah, U. Seljak, T. Okumura and P. McDonald, "Understanding higher-order nonlocal halo bias at large scales by combining the power spectrum with the bispectrum”, Physical Review D, 90, 123522 (2014).
- F. Beutler, S. Saito, and H.-J. Seo et al., "The clustering of galaxies in the SDSS-III Baryon Oscillation Spectroscopic Survey: Testing gravity with redshift-space distortions using the power spectrum multipoles”, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 443, 1065 (2014).
- S. Saito, M. Takada, and A. Taruya, "Impact of massive neutrinos on nonlinear matter power spectrum”, Physical Review Letters, 100, 191301 (2008).