- Broida 1640
Dr. John Carlstrom - University of Chicago
We will review how measurements of the cosmic microwave background (CMB) anisotropy are used to learn about the origin, evolution and makeup of the universe, as well as to probe new physics. The field has been driven by a steady flow of creative technical advances that shows no sign of slowing down. I will present the newest CMB anisotropy results from the 10-m South Pole Telescope, as well as our ongoing program and future plans, including polarization measurements.