Renée Hlozek

Renée Hlozek

Postdoctoral Fellow Princeton
Renée  Hlozek

Dr. Renée Hlozek is the Lyman Spitzer Jr. Postdoctoral Fellow in Theoretical Astrophysics in at Princeton University and the Spitzer-Cotsen Fellow in the Princeton Society of Fellows in the Liberal Arts. In 2011, she received her DPhil in Astrophysics from Oxford University as a Rhodes Scholar from the class of South-Africa-at-Large and Christ Church, 2008. Her research focuses on theoretical cosmology; as a member of the Atacama Cosmology Telescope she measures the Cosmic Microwave Background radiation to decipher the initial conditions of the universe. She was named one of the Mail and Guardians 200 Young South Africans for 2012, was elected as a 2013 TED Fellow and is currently a 2014 Senior TED Fellow.

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