Fermilab Cosmic Physics Center scientist Guillermo Fernandez Moroni was awarded a DOE Early Career Research Award from the Office of High Energy Physics for “Demonstrating enabling technologies for a spectroscopy instrument for the next cosmic survey”. Congratulations Guillermo! To read more about the award see the Fermilab announcement webpage. More about the DOE Early Career… More »
University of Chicago graduate student Edgar Marrufo Villalpando was recently awarded the Graduate Instrumentation Research Award from the APS Division of Particles and Fields. Edgar works at SiDet with CPC Scientists on the developing “Skipper CCDs for Dark Matter Measurements with Cosmic Surveys”. Congratulations Edgar! Read more about the DPF Instrumentation Awards here.
The SPT-3G experiment began its 2020 winter observing season on March 23, 2020. The SPT-3G camera on the South Pole Telescope (SPT) is undertaking a 1500 square degree survey of the cosmic microwave background, the light left over from the Big Bang. SPT is located at the geographic South Pole, and takes some of its… More »