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Dr. Doris Stoppacher is a postdoctoral fellow in the Computational Astrophysics Research Group at the University of California, Santa Cruz. She has a background in stellar and extra-galactic astrophysics but focused on galaxy formation modeling during her PhD. She is particularly interested in the formation and evolutionary channels of today's most luminous and massive galaxies residing in halos that serve as the building blocks of the cosmic web. Her postdoctoral research centers on developing a galaxy-scale star formation and feedback model to connect early galaxy formation during the epoch of reionization with the paradigms of late-time galaxy evolution.
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