Meet new KICP associate fellow: Huangyu Xiao

September 27, 2023

Huangyu Xiao, KICP associate fellow

Ph.D., University of Washington, 2022

I am a theoretical particle physicist working on astrophysical and cosmological probes of dark matter models. My main research interest is to study the formation, evolution, and phenomenology of dense dark objects such as axion miniclusters, axion stars, and primordial black holes. Recently, I have been working on using Fast Radio Burst as a new probe to cosmic strings, dark matter substructures and other new physics beyond the standard model. I am also broadly interested in baryogenesis models that lead to interesting signals.

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