Maresuke Shiraishi / 白石希典

I am working on theoretical, observational and statistical cosmology. I am now a Senior Lecturer (equivalent to Junior Associate Professor) at National Institute of Technology, Kagawa College, in Japan, and teaching mathematics, physics and cosmology. For CV, click photo.

* Ongoing research topics in cosmology

  • Cosmic neutrinos (masses, effective number, chemical potential)
  • Statistics of cosmic observables (CMB anisotropies, CMB distortions, galaxies, 21-cm anisotropies, gravitational waves, ...)
  • Inflationary models involving axions, gauge fields and higher spin fields
  • Cosmic anomalies (anisotropy, inhomogeneity, parity violation, non-Gaussianity)
  • Primordial gravitational waves / gravitons
  • Dark matter search
  • Data analysis and apparatus development in Planck and LiteBIRD

* Other specific interests

  • Astrobiology
  • AI cosmology

* Ongoing scientific collaborations

* Research achievements