Gabriela Sato-Polito

Grad student in cosmology


I’m Gabi, a theoretical physicist interested in cosmology and astrophysics. I’m currently a final-year PhD student at Johns Hopkins University, advised by Prof. Marc Kamionkowski. My research aims to explore a wide range of emergent observational techniques to tackle long-standing questions about the origin, evolution, and composition of the Universe. I have so far focused on line-intensity mapping, pulsar timing arrays, and astrophysical probes of dark matter, which you can read more about in the research tab.

Before starting graduate school at JHU, I was an undergraduate in an interdisciplinary sciences program at Universidade de São Paulo, where I worked with Prof. Raul Abramo on the formation of large-scale structures in the matter distribution of the Universe.