I joined the physics department at SUNY Plattsburgh as an assistant professor in the Fall of 2020. My research area is in cosmology. My primary research interests in cosmology revolve around making use of the cosmic microwave background and galaxy survey data to study early universe cosmology.
I did my PhD at the Pennsylvania State University, University Park and worked as a postdoctoral research fellow at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
|No.||Author(s)||Title and Journal Link||arXiv Link|
|10||S. Adhikari and D. Huterer||Super-CMB fluctuations and the Hubble tension||arXiv:1905.02278|
|9||S. Adhikari and D. Huterer||A new measure of tension between experiments||arXiv:1806.04292|
|8||X. Li, N. Weaverdyck, S. Adhikari, D. Huterer, J Muir and HY Wu||The Quest for the Inflationary Spectral Runnings in the Presence of Systematic Errors||arXiv:1806.02515|
|7||J. Muir, S. Adhikari and D. Huterer||Covariance of CMB anomalies||arXiv:1806.02354|
|6||S. Adhikari, A-S. Deutsch and S. Shandera||Statistical anisotropies in temperature and polarization fluctuations from a scale-dependent trispectrum||arXiv:1805.00037|
|5||S. Adhikari, D. Jeong and S. Shandera||Constraining primordial and gravitational mode coupling with the position-dependent bispectrum of the large-scale structure||arXiv:1608.05139|
|4||S. Adhikari, S. Shandera and A.L. Erickcek||Large-scale anomalies in the cosmic microwave background and signatures of non-Gaussianity||arXiv:1508.06489|
|3||S. Adhikari||Local variance asymmetries in Planck temperature anisotropy maps||arXiv:1408.5396|
|2||A.B. Mantz et. al||Weighing the giants-IV. Cosmology and neutrino mass||arXiv:1407.4516|
|1||S. Adhikari, S. Shandera and N. Dalal||Higher moments of primordial non-Gaussianity and N-body simulations||arXiv:1402.2336|