Neta Bahcall is the Eugene Higgins Professor of Astrophysics at Princeton University. She is an observational cosmologist who has pioneered quantitative approaches to the understanding of astronomical data. These methods have enabled her to achieve key insights into such fundamental questions as the large-scale structure, mass, and fate of the universe, galaxy formation, the nature of quasars, and dark matter.
Past PI Talks:
• “Weighing the Universe”: http://pirsa.org/09060066/
• “The Shape of Clusters and Large-Scale Structure”: http://pirsa.org/09040052/
• “Distinguished Researcher Profile”: An interview with Neta Bahcall
• All recorded PI talks by Prof. Bahcall may be viewed here