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Argonne-2018: Cosmology with CMB-S4
The CMB-S4 Collaboration Workshop at Argonne National Laboratory will continue the series of workshops for the CMB community, meant to define the 'Stage-4' ground-based cosmic microwave background (CMB) experiment. The meeting will be held on the Argonne site March 5-7th, 2018, with full-day meetings March 5th and 6th, and splinter meetings the morning of March 7th. This meeting comes at an exciting time for the CMB-S4 community. Following the August 2017 Harvard workshop and 6 months of working group meetings, we will work to establish the formal CMB-S4 Collaboration. Following the acceptance of the report of the CMB-S4 Concept Definition task force, we will work toward the conceptual design and preparations for the Decadal Survey, as well as continuing explorations of next-generation hardware technologies.
The meeting is open to all members of the CMB community and thanks to the support received from Argonne National Laboratory and KICP, there is no registration fee.Learn more >>
Harvard-2017: Collaboration Workshop
Cosmology with CMB-S4 workshop at Harvard University, Aug. 24-25, 2017.
The CMB-S4 Collaboration Workshop at Harvard (August 2017) will continue the series of open workshops for the CMB observational and theoretical community to define the 'Stage-4' ground-based cosmic microwave background (CMB) experiment.
From the CMB-S4 homepage: ''[this experiment], consisting of dedicated telescopes equipped with highly sensitive superconducting cameras operating at the South Pole, the high Chilean Atacama plateau, and possibly northern hemisphere sites, will provide a dramatic leap forward in our understanding of the fundamental nature of space and time and the evolution of the Universe. CMB-S4 will be designed to cross critical thresholds in testing inflation, determining the number and masses of the neutrinos, constraining possible new light relic particles, providing precise constraints on the nature of dark energy, and testing general relativity on large scales.''
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