詹虎 男 汉族 博导 国家天文台
Telephone: +86-10-64871450
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Address: A20 Datun Rd, Chaoyang District, Beijing 100012, China
Postcode: 100012

Research Areas

My research areas include cosmology, large-scale structure, wide-field survey sciences, dark matter, dark energy, and cosmological simulations. I'm working on the LSST project and co-chair its Large-Scale Structure Science Collaboration and its Cosmology Working Group.


Ph.D. The University of Arizona, May 2004 

M.S. Arizona State University, May 2000 

B.Eng.  Beijing Univ. of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Beijing, P. R. China, July 1996


Work Experience
8/2009 - present Professor, National Astronomical Observatories of China
2/2006 - 8/2009 Assistant Project Physicist, Dept. of Physics, Univ. of California at Davis
7/2004 - 1/2006 Postdoctoral Researcher, Dept. of Physics, UC Davis
1/2003 - 8/2003 Research Associate, Dept. of Physics, Univ. of Arizona
8/2000 - 5/2004 Teaching Assistant/Associate (excluding 1/2003 - 8/2003)
Dept. of Physics & Dept. of Astronomy, Univ. of Arizona 

8/1997 -8/2000 Teaching Assistant, (former) Dept. of Physics and Astronomy, ASU
Teaching Experience

Honors & Distinctions

2007 Academic Federation Innovative Development Award, UC Davis

9/2003 - 5/2004 Theoretical Astrophysics Grant, Univ. of Arizona

2001 - 2002 Outstanding Graduate Student, Office of Asian Pacific American Student Affairs, Univ. of Arizona

5/2000 Outstanding Graduate Teaching Assistant, Dept. of Physics & Astronomy, ASU


Distance, Growth Factor, and Dark Energy Constraints from Photometric Baryon Acoustic Oscillation and Weak Lensing Measurements
H. Zhan, L. Knox, & J. A. Tyson, ApJ, 690, 923 (arXiv:0806.0937)

Measuring Baryon Acoustic Oscillations with Millions of Supernovae
H. Zhan, L. Wang, P. Pinto, & J. A. Tyson, ApJL, 675, L1 (arXiv:0801.3659)

Weighing the Universe with Photometric Redshift Surveys and the Impact on Dark Energy Forecasts
L. Knox, Y.-S. Song, & H. Zhan, ApJ, 652, 857 (astro-ph/0605536)

Using Galaxy Two-point Correlation Functions to Determine the Redshift Distributions of Galaxies Binned by Photometric Redshift
M. Schneider, L. Knox, H. Zhan, & A. Connolly, ApJ, 651, 14 (astro-ph/0606098)

Cosmic Tomographies: Baryon Acoustic Oscillations and Weak Lensing
H. Zhan, JCAP, JCAP08(2006)008 (astro-ph/0605696 ), software

Baryon Oscillations and Consistency Tests for Photometrically-Determined Redshifts of Very Faint Galaxies
H. Zhan & L. Knox, ApJ, 644, 663 (astro-ph/0509260)

Exploring Large-Scale Structure with Billions of Galaxies
H. Zhan, L. Knox, J.A. Tyson, & V. Margoniner, ApJ, 640, 8 (astro-ph/0508119)

Optimal Softening for N-Body Halo Simulations
H. Zhan, ApJ, 639, 617 (astro-ph/0507237)

Lyα Flux Power Spectrum and Its Covariance
H. Zhan, R. Davé, D. Eisenstein, & N. Katz, MNRAS, 363, 1145 [pdf]

Covariance of the One-Dimensional Mass Power Spectrum
H. Zhan & D. Eisenstein, MNRAS, 357, 1387 [pdf]

Effect of Hot Baryons on the Weak-Lensing Shear Power Spectrum
H. Zhan & L. Knox, ApJ, 616, L75 [pdf]

The Large-Scale Structure of the Universe in One Dimension
H. Zhan, Dissertation [pdf]

Extrapolation Method for the No-Core Shell Model
H. Zhan, A. Nogga, B.R. Barrett, J.P. Vary, & P. Navrátil, Phys. Rev. C 69, 034302 [pdf]

Correlation between the Mean Matter Density and the Width of the Saturated Lyα Absorption
H. Zhan, MNRAS, 344, 935 [pdf]

The Multiphase Intracluster Medium in Galaxy Groups Probed by the Lyα Forest
H. Zhan, L.Z. Fang, & D. Burstein, ApJ, 592, L1 [pdf]

One-Point Statistics of the Cosmic Density Field in Real and Redshift Spaces with A Multiresolutional Decomposition
H. Zhan & L.Z. Fang, ApJ, 585, 12 [pdf]

The Large-Scale rms Bulk Velocities Estimated from Quasar Lyα Forests
H. Zhan & L.Z. Fang, ApJ, 566, 9 [pdf]

The Local Power Spectrum and Correlation Hierarchy of the Cosmic Mass Field
H. Zhan, P. Jamkhedkar, & L.Z. Fang, ApJ, 555, 58 [pdf]

Intermittent Behavior of Cosmic Mass Field Revealed by QSO's Lyα Forests
P. Jamkhedkar, H. Zhan, & L.Z. Fang, ApJL, 543, L1 [pdf]


Research Interests