Hi and welcome!

I am an astrophysicist and a CCAPP postdoctoral fellow at the Ohio State University.

My main research interests are studying how structure grows in the universe, how structure growth affects galaxy's evolution, how to use galaxy as a probe of the nature of dark energy, and how to combine multiple probes of dark energy to yield best constraints. I use dark matter simulations, empirical models of galaxy-halo connections, theory, and deep survey data to tackle these questions.

While I am not doing research, I enjoy playing badminton and biking.

Contact: chunhaoto (at) gmail.com