About Me

I am currently a PhD student at Center for Astrophysics | Harvard & Smithsonian working with prof. Daniel Eisenstein on small-scale baryon inhomogeneities at recombination time as a possible relief of Hubble tension.

Before this I earned a B.Sc. degree in Physics in August 2020 from Tel Aviv University, where I worked with Dr. Omer Bromberg on relativistic magnetohydrodynamic simulations of highly magnetized astrophysical jets propagating in a medium. Earlier I studied at Department of General and Applied Physics of Moscow Insitute of Physics and Technology and worked with prof. Vasily Beskin on radiopulsar statistics and losses mechanism.

Another field of my interest are principles of quantum theory.

See the dedicated pages for more details on research experience or biography.

I am also known as Mykhailo Rashkovetskyi (officially, Ukrainian) and Mikhail Mikhailovich Rashkovetskiy (Russian).


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