Center for Astrophysics
Einstein & ITC Postdoctoral Fellow
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- Star Formation
- Early Universe
- Galaxies - Merging and Interacting
- Galaxy Clusters
- Galaxy Formation and Evolution
- Intergalactic Medium
- Interstellar Medium and Molecular Clouds
- Large Scale Structure
Rahul’s research focuses on theoretical and numerical modeling of galaxy formation in a cosmological context. His interests include, investigating the role of various feedback processes in regulating the statistical properties of galaxies, impact of thermal conduction on the properties of the intra-cluster medium and the effect of local radiation fields on the star formation rate of galaxies.
Rahul obtained a Ph.D. in Astronomy from the Max Planck Institute for Astronomy in Heidelberg. He was then a Postdoctoral fellow at MIT before joining the CfA.
Ph.D. in Astronomy, University of Heidelberg