Nimish is a Support Scientist on the HST/ACS instrument team. His functional work primarily focuses on the slitless grism spectroscopy mode. His research interest is to study star-forming galaxies at high redshifts (2<z<7) using multi-wavelength imaging and spectroscopic data. The main aim of his research is to better understand the evolution of galaxy properties as a function of redshift.
- Physical properties of high redshift galaxies
- Lyman alpha galaxies
- Galaxy structure and morphology
Research Topics: Galaxy Formation and Evolution, High Redshift Galaxies, Stellar Populations, Grism Slitless Spectroscopy