Associate Professor; Undergraduate Advisor - Physics & Astronomy

James TaylorDr. Taylor is using whatever tools he can, including numerical simulations, astrophysical theory and observational data, to try to figure what dark matter is, where it is, and how it behaves. His research includes gravitational lensing and dynamical studies of galaxy clusters, the properties of the smallest galaxies in the local universe, and the theory behind dark matter halos around galaxies and clusters.

Contact information
Office: PHY 256
Phone: 519 888-4567 ext. 48115

University of Waterloo