Professor, Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics
University of Chicago

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CMB Introduction '96   Intermediate '01   Polarization Intro '01   Cosmic Symphony '04   Polarization Primer '97   Review '02   Power Animations   Lensing   Power Prehistory   Legacy Material '96   PhD Thesis '95 Baryon Acoustic Oscillations Cosmic Shear Clusters
Transfer Function WMAP Likelihood Reionization PPF for CAMB Halo Mass Conversion Cluster Abundance
Cosmology [321] Current Topics [282] Galaxies and Universe [242] Radiative Processes [305] Research Preparation [307] GR Perturbation Theory [408] Advanced CMB [448] Cosmic Acceleration [449]

Advanced CMB

Astro 448
M 3:30-4:50 W 1:30-2:50 TAAC 41

This course will have be composed of 2 parts. The first half will be lecture based with the goal of estabilishing a common denominator. The second half will be more research based.

Requirement for this course is a final project to be presented in class. Prerequisite for the course is graduate level cosmology and general relativity.

Final Project Presentations