In his work, Jasche developed innovative statistical methods, which use the
distribution of galaxies in the cosmos to draw conclusions about the density
distribution of matter in the early Universe. All the structure that we see
in Universe today grew from tiny quantum fluctuations occurring shortly
after the Big Bang.
Committee member Prof. Dr. Peter Ring emphasized in his laudation that the
methods developed by Jasche “set a new standard for the analysis of galaxy
catalogues.” He concluded that Jasche’s work had blazed the trail for future
analyses using this kind of data-sets.
Jasche will present his dissertation on Wednesday, 13. October, 9:00, at the
IPP Lecture hall. The Cluster Science Week will include many scientific
talks covering all seven research areas of the Cluster. The event is open to
everybody, no registration and fee required.