Ph.D. student

Ronan Legin

My research involves combining machine learning and statistical frameworks such as likelihood-free inference to measure the distribution of dark matter substructure in strong lensing galaxies. As of now, I am using likelihood-free inference to model the uncertainty of machine learning predictions of the parameters describing strong gravitational lenses. I am currently pursuing a PhD under the supervision of Professor Yashar Hezaveh. Prior to this, I completed a B.Sc. in Honours Physics at McGill University.