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Eve Kovacs

Assistant Physicist

Eve Kovacs began her career in theoretical particle physics but now works on cosmology. Her interests include production of mock sky catalogs for sky surveys, galaxy formation & modeling and the exploration of cosmological applications of machine learning


Eve Kovacs is a scientist/computer specialist in the HEP division at Argonne National Laboratory. She works on cosmology simulations and semi-analytic galaxy modeling and is a member of LSST-DESC. She is also a member of the Dark Energy Survey (DES) and works on supernova cosmology. Prior to working in cosmology, Kovacs was a member of the CDF Collaboration and worked on QCD phenomenology and jet physics. Earlier in her career she worked in theoretical particle physics on a number of topics in lattice gauge theories. She received her PhD from the University of Melbourne in 1980.