PhD student in Observational Cosmology at the Department of Physics, Stockholm University.
Closing date: 3 March 2019.
The Department of Physics is located in the AlbaNova University Center and has approximately 240 employees, 250 students at undergraduate level and 90 graduate students. There are four research subjects within the postgraduate program: Physics, Theoretical Physics, Chemical Physics and Medical Radiation Physics. For information about the Department of Physics, see: www.fysik.su.se/english.
Subtitle: Probing early universe cosmologies through measurements of cosmic microwave background polarization with SPIDER and the Simons Observatory.
The afterglow of the hot big bang, the cosmic microwave background (CMB), illuminates a number of key processes in the history of our universe. Together with other astrophysical observables, characterization of the CMB has lead to the development of an extraordinarily simple cosmological framework. However, various challenges and unanswered questions persist.
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