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Cosmic B-modes as observed by the SPTpol experiment over 100 square degrees at 95 GHz. From Keisler, et al. arXiv 1503.02315
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Goal of the Non-Gaussianity hub
This hub began its existence as the Non-Gaussianity Hub which had the goal of bringing together researchers from around the world to address all aspects of Non-Gaussianity (NG); seeking to identify signatures of NG in current and planned experiments as well guiding the design of future experiments so that they are optimized to detect signatures of NG.
With the results from the Planck satellite on non-gaussianity and the exciting, possible, detection of inflationary B-modes by the BICEP2 experiment, the Hub was re-oriented to study the inflationary paradigm more generally. The Hub’s new mission is to bring together investigators performing research on all aspects of Inflation to fully explore this cosmological phenomenon. Special attention will be placed on the investigation of B-modes and non-gaussianity will continue to be explored.
June 1, 2016
The Future of Cosmological Physics: Scott Dodelson, "Cosmic Coda"
September 19 - 21, 2016
"Observing Einstein's Outrageous Universe", Short Course for Museum & Planetarium Staff
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May 12, 2016
Graduate Student Symposium
May 5, 2016
Kavli Lecture: Michael Turner, "From The Big Bang To The Multiverse & Beyond"