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Dylan Cromer

Astronomy & Space Sciences


I am a second year graduate student, currently working with Professor Rachel Bean on cosmological data analysis, concerning possible enhancements of the 2-point-correlation function as a sensitive probe of ΛCDM cosmologies.

I graduated from the University of North Carolina – Asheville in May 2017 with bachelor’s degrees in physics and mathematics. While at UNC Asheville, I focused on scientific outreach, education, and research in physics and astronomy. Research topics I worked on during my undergraduate degree include the origins of fast radio bursts and surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy.

Aside from physics and astronomy, I spend some time thinking about computer/information security and mathematics, and run a website,



  • Astronomy

Graduate Fields

  • Astronomy and Space Sciences


Advisor: Professor Rachel Bean