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
Physics and Astronomy
Ph. D. University of Wyoming
M.S. University of Wyoming
B.S. University of Wisconsin