Research

Theory Group

Cosmology

Cosmic Reionization

Early Universe

First Stars & Galaxies

Fundamental Physics

Structure Formation

Extragalactic Astrophysics

Active Galactic Nuclei

Clusters of Galaxies

Theoretical & Computational Astrophysics

Galactic Evolution

ISM and Star Formation

Milky Way Evolution

Planetary Sciences

Astrobiology

Planet Formation

Stellar Astrophysics

Asteroseismology

Gamma-ray Bursts

Neutron Stars & Magnetars

Supernovae

White Dwarfs

Theory Group : Cosmology : Fundamental Physics

Weinberg Theory Group

Steven Weinberg


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Steven Weinberg  

Professor

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Research Interests

Theoretical astrophysics and cosmology.

Group Areas

Theory, Fundamental Physics

Predicted spectra of E- and B-modes. The blue solid curves representing B-modes labeled r=0.3 and r=0.01 correspond to amplitudes just below current limits and within reach of a satellite mission dedicated to polarization, respectively. The hatched region and the dashed curve labeled "EPIC" show the noise levels projected for two possible implementations of this mission [4]. The dashed curves labeled "WMAP" and "Planck" correspond to the statistical noise limits for these satellites after 9 years and 1 year, respectively. All noise curves are averaged over bins of width Δl = 0.3l.

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The Origin of the Universe as Revealed Through the Polarization of the Cosmic Microwave Background astro-ph