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Flitter, Jordan

PhD student
Flitter, Jordan
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I am a theoretical astrophysicist who is interested in learning about the fundamental laws of nature from cosmological observations. My current research focuses on studying exotic models of dark matter from the anisotropies of the cosmic 21-cm signal.

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  • 2020- now, PhD Searching for dark matter signatures in the 21-cm signal
    with Ely Kovetz


  1. Flitter, J. and Creque-Sarbinowski, C. and Kamionkowski, M. and Dai, L., "Magnetic Fields From Compensated Isocurvature Perturbations", Phys. Rev. D 107, 103536 (2023)
  2. Hector Afonso G. Cruz and Tal Adi and Jordan Flitter and Marc Kamionkowski and Ely D. Kovetz, 21-Cm Fluctuations From Primordial Magnetic Fields, arXiv:2308.04483 (2023)
  3. Flitter, J. and Kovetz, E.D., "Closing The Window On Fuzzy Dark Matter With The 21-Cm Signal", Phys. Rev. D 106, 063504 (2022)
  4. Sarkar, D. and Flitter, J. and Kovetz, E.D., "Exploring Delaying And Heating Effects On The 21-Cm Signature Of Fuzzy Dark Matter", Phys. Rev. D 105, 103529 (2022)
  5. Flitter, J. and Muñoz, J.B. and Kovetz, E.D., "Outliers In The Ligo Black Hole Mass Function From Coagulation In Dense Clusters", Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 507, 743-760 (2021)