I am an Assistant Professor of Physics at the Massachusetts Institute for Technology and the MIT Kavli Institute for Astrophysics and Space Research. My research interests lie in cosmology spanning theory, data analysis, and observations, and instrumentation. Cosmology (a division of astrophysics), is the study of the evolution of the Universe on the largest scales. More specifically I work on the large-scale structure of the Universe and observations of the structure at radio wavelengths.

You can also find me on GitHub and Twitter.

You can download my CV here.

I am actively recruiting graduate students for projects on fast radio bursts or hydrogen intensity mapping, and ranging from theory to instrumentation. Don't hesitate to contact me for more information.

Kiyo Masui