Hello and welcome! I’m Camila Correa, a researcher at the Astrophysics Department in CEA, Paris-Saclay

I am very interested in the development and analysis of cosmological simulations. These are state-of-the-art techniques in cosmological studies due to their tremendous power to reproduce the visible Universe. Currently, I am leading the TangoSIDM project, a simulation series project that aims to predict the impact of interactions between dark matter particles on galaxy properties. Additionally, I am a member of the EAGLE collaboration for cosmological simulations, a Virgo contsortium collaboration. Our goal is to produce the next generation of cosmological simulations, by improving not only the numerical resolution compared to previous efforts, but also by developing an accurate modelling of the cold interstellar medium.

My research encompasses various aspects of galaxy formation physics, including galaxy morphology, galactic quenching mechanisms, and the evolution of the circum-galactic medium. On this website, you can learn about my research, view my CV, and visit the news section to stay up-to-date with my latest developments. If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to contact me.

Acknowledgement: Front picture courtesy of photographer Liesbeth Dingemans and Institute of Physics/UvA Amsterdam.