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Welcome to Jürg Diemand's Homepage at UCO/Lick Observatory

I'm a Hubble Fellow (SNF Fellow until 9/2006) at UCO/Lick Observatory. My main research interest is the formation of dark matter structures in Cosmology. I am also working on the distribution of the first black holes and the kinematics of stellar halos and globular cluster systems. For details see the papers on astro/ph, SPIRES HEP or NASA ADS.

Before coming to Santa Cruz (fall 2004) I worked on my PhD-thesis with Ben Moore at the University of Zürich.
email: diemand 'at'
Office:ISB, #349
Phone:831 459 25 26
Fax:831 426 31 15

a small part of the Via Lactea halo

The first structures in the early universe

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Additional pictures of these first structures are available here.

More simulation pictures and movies

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Last modified: October 4 2007