Research Interests

I am currently an assistant professor at the University of Geneva leading the research group "Galaxy Build-up at Cosmic Dawn". You can find all the details of my group here, including our latest research highlights. We are working with extremely deep Hubble and Spitzer Space Telescope data as well as with submillimeter facilities to study galaxy evolution across cosmic time. In particular, our main focus is on understanding the build-up and assembly of the first generations of galaxies.

Additional research interests include:

  • Finding the First Passive Galaxies
  • Rest-Frame Optical Emission Line Properties at z>3
  • Morphological Evolution of Galaxies
  • Photometric Redshifts
For more information on my research, please visit the page of my group "Galaxy Build-up at Cosmic Dawn".