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Elisabeth Krause

Associate Professor, Arizona Cosmology Lab, University of Arizona

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About Elisabeth

I am a (mostly) observational cosmologist and my work focuses on the modeling and inference program for theoretical interpretation of data large cosmological surveys. I am currently involved in the Dark Energy Survey, the Rubin Observatory’s Legacy Survey of Space and Time, the SPHEREx mission, and the Roman Space Telescope, and I think a lot about how to consistenly combine different different cosmology observations.

I am currently an Associate Professor in Astronomy and Physics at the University of Arizona. I joined the University of Arizona in 2018, after obtaining my PhD at Caltech in 2012 and postdoc positions at UPenn and Stanford.


2022 - Early Career Award, Universities Research Association

2021 - Sloan Research Fellowship

2020 - Maria Goeppert-Mayer Award, American Physical Society

2020 - Packard Fellowship for Science & Engineering

2019 - Early Career Research Award, Department of Energy

2018 - Young Scientist Award, IUPAP Commission on Astrophysics


Astrophysics, California Institute of Technology, 06/2012


Physics, Other, 10/2007

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  • DEI/STEM Community Engagement
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