Welcome to the KICP seminars page! This seminar series is hosted by the Kavli Institute for Cosmological Physics at the University of Chicago. Our goal is to give early career scientists a venue to share their work and connect to the KICP and UChicago community. We invite speakers from all over who have interest in understanding the evolution of the Universe and it's laws. This includes topics in CMB, Dark Energy, Dark Matter, Astroparticle Physics, Structure Formation, and beyond.
Currently, all of our seminars are hosted online (please see event flyers for details). Since we cannot meet our speakers in-person, to get to know them better we have introduced "virtual conversations" through the new KICP podcast. Here, one of our seminar organizers casually talks with the speaker about a variety of topics, including their career path, lessons learned, and activities they enjoy outside of research. All podcasts can be downloaded from this page.
Victor Buza, KICP Fellow Bio | Contact
Jose María Ezquiaga, Einstein & KICP Fellow Bio | Contact
Danielle Norcini, KICP & Grainger Fellow Bio | Contact
LianTao Wang, Faculty Advisor Bio | Contact
Check back in Fall 2021!!
Greg Mosby (NASA), Simplifying the analysis of galaxy star formation histories and near-infrared detectors
Ben Thorne (UCSD), A Bayesian approach to CMB lensing reconstruction and galactic foreground removal