Prof. Vieira is always looking for creative and motivated students to join the ObsCos group. Students are welcome to drop by with questions.
Professor Vieira is an observational cosmologist who works across the electromagnetic spectrum. His scientific interests include: galaxy evolution and structure formation at high redshift; the star formation history of the Universe; the epoch of reionization; experimental tests of inflation; the cosmic microwave background. Dr. Vieira builds experiments, conducts cosmological surveys, and performs observations of the distant Universe. He works with data from the South Pole Telescope, Herschel, Hubble, Spitzer, Chandra, and ALMA. Dr. Vieira is currently helping to build future mm and sub-millimeter facilities, pondering the cosmic evolution of dust and ionized carbon, and working to detect signatures of inflation through polarized measurements of the Cosmic Microwave Background.
Sree Vani Jarugula
Jianyang (Frank) Fu
Summer REU Student 2017; Wheaton College
Summer REU student 2018;
Undergraduate; Currently a graduate student at The University of Minnesota
Undergraduate; Currently a graduate student a Michigan State University
Summer REU Student 2016; Illinois Institute of Technology
Undergraduate; Currently a graduate student at University of Colorado Boulder
Undergraduate; Currently a grad student at University of Pennsylvania
Undergraduate; Currently a grad student at University of Florida
Undergraduate; Currently a PhD student at University of Cincinnati
Undergraduate; Graduate Student; Currently a Graduate Student at the University of California, Santa Barbara