Yuexing Li - Associate Professor of Astronomy and Astrophysics - Faculty
Office: 417A Davey
Address: 0525 Davey Laboratory University Park, PA 16802 US
Email: yul20@psu.edu
Phone: +1 814 867 2291

I am an observationally oriented astrophysicist working on computational cosmology. I study the formation and evolution of the first galaxies and black holes, and their properties in a full spectrum from electromagnetic radiation to gravitational waves, by combining multi-scale cosmological simulations, multi-wavelength radiative transfer and multi-phase gravitational waveforms calculations of black hole mergers. The main focus of my research is the puzzling origin of the supermassive black holes that power the luminous quasars at the cosmic dawn.