Principle Investigator: Laura Newburgh

Laura is interested in studying the past 13 billion years of cosmic history through measurements of the CMB and 21cm emission from faraway galaxies. She has held a postdoctoral fellowship at the Dunlap Institute, a postdoctoral position at Princeton University, and she got her phD from Columbia University. Her work involves building¬†instruments that go on telescopes in Chile and Canada. She enjoys running (not that she’s had a chance to do that recently), hanging out with scientists (because she only knows scientists), and using natural selection to build stronger plants through abject neglect while she’s travelling.


Postdocs:

Benjamin Saliwanchik

 

 

 


Grad Students: 

Emily Kuhn