Dr. Paul Huwe is a developer of calibration pipeline software for the upcoming Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope.
From 2015 to 2020, he served as project lead and primary developer for subsetting software solutions for big satellite data at the NASA Goddard Earth Sciences Data and Information Services Center. As a postdoc, Dr. Huwe studied dark matter substructure in high redshift galaxies. Prior to earning his PhD, he collaborated in several particle physics projects: the ATLAS detector at the Large Hadron Collider, the MEG (Muon to Electron and Gamma) experiment, and the MECO (Muon to Electron COnversion) experiment.
Dr. Huwe is presently studying high redshift absorption selected galaxies. Previously, he studied dark matter substructure within clusters of galaxies at high redshift via weak gravitational lensing.
PhD in Physics, Brown University
MSc in Physics, Brown University
AB in Physics, Cornell University
- Dark Matter
- Galaxy Groups and Clusters
- High-Redshift Galaxies
- Galaxy Formation and Evolution
Research Topics: Galaxy Group and Clusters; Galaxy Formation and Evolution; Other Dark Matter; High-Redshift Galaxies
ORCID ID: 0000-0002-9133-8485