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Tejaswi Venumadhav Nerella

Member, School of Natural Sciences
1 Einstein Drive
Institute for Advanced Study
Princeton, NJ 08540

Contact:
Phone: (626) 826-3571
email: tejaswi@sns.ias.edu

Education

California Institute of technology
Ph.D. in Physics,
Advisor: Christopher Hirata

2010-2015

Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur
M.Sc (Integrated) in Physics, GPA: 10.0/10.0

2005-2010

Research Interests


My research area is astrophysics, with a primary focus on cosmology. I have research interests in a number of areas, including but not limited to the pre-atomic era of the very early universe, recombination, reionization, and binary systems.

I am interested in doing cosmology with the 21-cm signal from neutral hydrogen during the reionization epoch. My current work in this area focuses on developing new methods to study observables such as primordial magnetic fields and gravitational waves using high-resolution maps of the 21-cm line. I also enjoy thinking about radio interferometry, and have previously worked on its application to studying the global 21-cm signal. In a broader sense, I also think about aspects of cosmic structure formation in the dark-ages, and its implications for observables in the later universe.

I am also interested in the use of the Cosmic Microwave Background (CMB), and Large Scale Structure (LSS) as probes of curvature fluctuations in the primordial universe. I am currently developing a computer-algebra system to perform non-linear evolution of stochastically seeded fields from first-principles. I plan to use it to evaluate all lowest-order corrections to the two-, three- and four-point correlation functions of the CMB.

My other research interests include weak interactions of neutrinos in the early universe, and the secular evolution of binary systems. Previously, I have worked on tidal deformation of neutron stars, and its consequence for their internal oscillatory modes. Apart from these topics, at various periods, I have worked on orbital resonances in eccentric binaries, optics design for CMB experiments and, very briefly dabbled in X-ray fluorescence from kilonovae.

Academic Honors

Schmidt Fellowship
Institute for Advanced Study

2015-present

Robert A. Millikan Fellowship 2010
California Institute of Technology

2010

International Fulbright Science and Technology Award
Bureau of Education and Cultural Affairs, U.S. Department of State

2010

President's Gold Medal for the best academic performance in
the graduating class in all disciplines, IIT Kanpur

2010

General Proficiency Medal for the best academic performance in
the graduating class in Physics, IIT Kanpur

2010

Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship
California Institute of Technology

2007, 2008

Academic Excellence Award
IIT Kanpur

2007, 2008, 2009, 2010

Silver Medal, 36th International Physics Olympiad

2005

KVPY Fellowship
Department of Science and Technology, Govt. of India

2004

NTSE Fellowship
National Council of Educational Research and Training, Govt. of India

2003

Work Experience

Visiting Scientist
Max-Planck-Institut für Physik komplexer Systeme, Dresden
Advisor: Roderich Moessner

May-August 2009

Summer Undergraduate Research Fellow
California Institute of Technology, Pasadena
Advisor: Re'em Sari

May-August 2008

Summer Undergraduate Research Fellow
California Institute of Technology, Pasadena
Advisor: Andrew Lange

May-August 2007

Refereed publications

Preprints

n-th author papers

Professional service

Other work

Talks and poster presentations

Teaching Experience and outreach

References

Christopher M. Hirata
The Ohio State University
191 West Woodruff Lane
Columbus, OH 43210, USA
email: hirata.10@osu.edu
Christian D. Ott
California Institute of Technology
MC 350-17
1200 E California Blvd
Pasadena, CA 91125, USA
email: cott@tapir.caltech.edu
Olivier Doré
Jet Propulsion Laboratory
M/S 169-327
4800 Oak Grove Drive
Pasadena, CA 91109, USA
email: olivier.p.dore@jpl.nasa.gov
 

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