ESA/Hubble & NASA


  • Getting ready for the next Decadal Survey.
  • Paper on astrometric detection of gravitational waves is submitted.
  • Thinking about Newton's constant [G]
  • Data poisoning in progress, thanks to the VLA and ALMA
  • Space lasers exist! (And they're useful!)
  • NSF Top Story:
      A black hole ripped from its home


My research involves black holes, galaxy evolution, and cosmology.

I have published papers on molecular masers, the galaxy-massive black hole connection, gravitational lenses, astrometry and proper motions, secular redshift drift, water and formaldehyde in galaxies, telescope site survey work, hydrogen absorption, and the evolution (or not) of the fine structure constant, the electron-to-proton mass ratio, and the proton gyromagnetic factor.


You can see a comprehensive list of my publications here or visit the ADS. Citation information and metrics can be obtained from ResearcherID or Google Scholar.



I teach courses at all levels:


Cirriculum Vitae

Here's the latest version
[December, 2017]


I am an associate professor of astrophysics at the University of Colorado.

I grew up in New Mexico, spent two years in Las Vegas New Mexico, four years in Pasadena at Caltech studying physics, economics, and astronomy, six years in Ithaca, New York, at Cornell, three years in Pasadena at the Carnegie Observatories, and now I'm happily settled in the Rockies.

I enjoy thinking about science (and other things) while hiking, trail running, and skiing with my better half, Jennifer Yu, and our puppy dog, Neva.



Jeremy Darling

Associate Professor of Astrophysics
Center for Astrophysics and Space Astronomy
Department of Astrophysical and Planetary Sciences
University of Colorado, Boulder