Low Frequency Cosmology

The low-frequency radio sky represents a new frontier in observational astrophysics and cosmology. This regime is a largely unobserved band of the electromagnetic spectrum, and holds the promise of revealing new astrophysical phenomenology. Moreover, our 21cm cosmology telescopes (ALBATROS, HERA, MIST, PRIZM) targeting this band have the potential to provide the first observations of a poorly understood portion of the cosmic timeline, Cosmic Dawn (when the first stars and galaxies lit up our Universe) and the Epoch of Reionization (when these first luminous objects dramatically transformed our Universe by ionizing almost all the hydrogen in the intergalactic medium).


Faculty Members

Chiang, Cynthia

Associate Professor of Physics
Office: ERP 336
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Liu, Adrian

Assistant Professor of Physics
Office: MSI 206
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Sievers, Jonathan

Associate Professor of Physics
Office: Arrives September 2018


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