ITC Colloquium - Wren Suess (Berkeley) and Jens Chluba (U Manchester)


Thursday, October 29, 2020, 11:00am to 12:00pm


  1. Wren Suess (Berkeley)
  2. Jens Chluba (U Manchester)  "Challenges and opportunities with CMB spectral distortions"

    Abstract: CMB spectral distortions provide a unique probe of physical processes occurring the early Universe. Our understanding of how distortion signals are created and what they can tell us about fundamental physics has greatly improved over the past years. In this talk, I will highlight some of the latest developments on the theoretical and experimental frontiers, trying to convince you that the time is ripe for opening a new window into the early Universe and particle physics with CMB spectrometers.

See also: Colloquium, 2020-21