Pranav Sanghavi:
A Personal Website

Pranav Sanghavi
January 2021


This website is a brief compilation of details about the author. I direct the reader to pertinent information. This is an eternal work in progress


Hello! I am Pranav Sanghavi, I am a postdoctoral associate at Yale University, Department of Physics. I am working with Dr. Laura Newburgh on the Candian Hydrogen Instensity Mapping Experiment (CHIME) project. I earned by Ph.D. from West Virginia University where I built an interferometric array (See Figure 2 and 3) to localize fast radio bursts (FRBs) to submilliarcsecond precision using very long baseline interferometry (VLBI).

Pranav, cool guy.
Figure 1: Pranav Sanghavi, cool person.

Research Interests

  1. Radio Astronomy
  2. Instrumentation
  3. Fast Radio Bursts
  4. Very Large Baseline Interferometry (VLBI)
  5. Cosmology
TONE: Array of radio telescope dishes
Figure 2: TONE: A 6m parabolic dish array at the Green Bank Observatory.
TONE: Array of radio telescope dishes
Figure 3: TONE: A 6m parabolic dish array at Green Bank Observatory with the Green Bank Telescope in the background.

Curriculum Vitae

Click on the links below to see my CV and the list of contributed publications.

CV Publication List


When not building radio telescopes and crunching data, one can find me making music and painting. I enjoy long walks and consuming copious amounts of all art and books. I am an avid home cook who occasionally cooks specials as a guest chef at a local restaurant for fun!

Google Scholar Page
arXiv Page
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