Duncan Campbell

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I am an Astronomy Ph.D. student at Yale University in New Haven, CT, where I work with Nikhil Padmanabhan and Frank van den Bosch to better understand galaxies and structure in the Universe.

I am from Hot Springs, Arkansas, where I grew up. I completed my undergraduate education at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, where I received a degree in physics and astronomy. Afterwords, I moved to Yale University in New Haven, CT in 2011 to begin a graduate degree in Astronomy. I continue to live and work at Yale where I conduct research and teach.

See my Github repository for code here.

I am a lead developer on the halotools project, a python package designed to study large-scale structure, cosmology, and galaxy evolution using N-body simulations and halo models.