Mubdi Rahman

Mubdi Rahman is a Project Scientist who is coordinating a system to localize Fast Radio Bursts using very long baseline interferometry with the Canadian Hydrogen Intensity Mapping Experiment (CHIME). His expertise lies in leveraging large datasets and surveys to infer physics across a wide range of scales of the universe, from the formation of stars, to the evolution of galaxies, to the large scale structure of the Universe. His research interests also lie in the development and use of scientific visualization in research.

Mubdi received his PhD from the University of Toronto in 2012, and held subsequent appointments as a Postdoctoral Fellow and a Research Scientist at the Johns Hopkins University.”

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