Michael A. DiPompeo

Research Associate; Lecturer

I study the most luminous objects in the Universe — Quasars — and the galaxies and dark matter halos that host them. My goal is to better understand the growth of supermassive black holes, and their co-evolution with galaxies over cosmic history.  I also teach classes, advise students, and work in public outreach.

Personal Website
308 Wilder Lab
HB 6127
Department:
Physics and Astronomy
Education:
Ph. D. University of Wyoming
M.S. University of Wyoming
B.S. University of Wisconsin