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* [http://arxiv.org/abs/1706.02464 The first edition of the CMB-S4 Technology Book]
* [http://arxiv.org/abs/1706.02464 The first edition of the CMB-S4 Technology Book]
* [https://www.nsf.gov/mps/ast/aaac/cmb_s4/report/CMBS4_final_report_NL.pdf The CMB-S4 Concept Definition Taskforce (CDT) Report]
* [https://www.nsf.gov/mps/ast/aaac/cmb_s4/report/CMBS4_final_report_NL.pdf The CMB-S4 Concept Definition Taskforce (CDT) Report]
* [https://github.com/CMB-S4 The CMB-S4 GitHub Repository]
== Legacy Links ==
== Legacy Links ==

Revision as of 18:09, 30 August 2018


The collaboration co-spokespeople - currently Julian Borrill and John Carlstrom - can be emailed at spokespeople at cmb-s4 dot org. Please contact us with any ideas, issues, compliments or complaints.


Our administrative structure is defined in the bylaws and illustrated in the org chart.

Science & Technical Councils

The Science and Technical Councils coordinate the activities of the Analysis and Technical Working Groups respectively.


We have two ombudspeople who can provide informal, confidential, nonjudgmental, impartial, and independent advice and can arrange mediation for CMB-S4 members for the purposes of dispute resolution. They can be contacted at ombudspeople at cmb-s4 dot org.

Mailing Lists

Working group mailing lists are open to any member of the collaboration.

Each administrative body also has its own mailing list, which any member of the collaboration can post to. These are not publicly listed, but are of the form xyz at cmb-s4 dot org where xyz is the acronym of the body's name as given above (for example, et for the executive team).

Calendar & Conference Lines

Our google calendar is used to advertise meetings and conference calls, and to reserve one of the two CMB-S4 uberconference lines - cmbs4a (+1-866-578-4799) and cmbs4b (+1-866-554-6782).

Email Zeesh for permission to add events to the calendar.

If someone knows how to embed the google calendar here, that would be awesome!


We hold bi-annual workshops, typically alternating between a University and a National Laboratory. The next workshop will be at Princeton, September 6th-8th 2018. Presentations and notes are kept for each workshop on the wiki pages below:

Useful Links

Legacy Links