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Swedish-American cosmologist

Max Tegmark was born in Stockholm, Sweden in 1967. He received a BA in economics from the Stockholm School of Economics and completed a BSc degree in physics a year later at the KTH Royal Institute of Technology. He then ventured to the University of California, Berkeley where he earned an MA and PhD studying physics. He is a professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the Scientific Director of the Foundational Questions Institute. He is also a co-founder along with Skype founder Jaan Tallinn of the Future of Life Institute, which examines issues of existential risk, particularly the some think we face by the advance of artificial intelligence leading to superintelligent machines.

Tegmark’s primary work has been in the area of cosmology. Along with physicists Daniel Eisenstein and Wayne Hu, he introduced the idea of using “baryon acoustic oscillations” as a so-called “standard ruler” in cosmology—a known physical length used to measure cosmological phenomena. Baryon acoustic oscillations are fluctuations in the density of visible baryons in the universe. He has also helped develop the theory of the cosmological interpretation of quantum mechanics, where quantum mechanics describes not possibilities by infinite sequences of actual phenomena.

Tegmark’s books include Our Mathematical Universe and Life 3.0: Being Human in the Age of Artificial Intelligence. He was elected Fellow of the American Physical Society in 2012.

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According to Wikipedia, Max Erik Tegmark is a Swedish-American physicist, cosmologist and machine learning researcher. He is a professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the president of the Future of Life Institute. He is also a scientific director at the Foundational Questions Institute and a supporter of the effective altruism movement, and has received research grants from Elon Musk to investigate existential risk from advanced artificial intelligence.

- Detection of the baryon acoustic peak in the large-scale correlation function of SDSS luminous red galaxies (3097)
- Cosmological parameters from SDSS and WMAP (2865)
- THE THREE-DIMENSIONAL POWER SPECTRUM OF GALAXIES FROM THE SLOAN DIGITAL SKY SURVEY (1240)
- Baryon Acoustic Oscillations in the Sloan Digital Sky Survey Data Release 7 Galaxy Sample (1213)
- Cosmological constraints from the SDSS luminous red galaxies (1095)
- NEW YORK UNIVERSITY VALUE-ADDED GALAXY CATALOG: A GALAXY CATALOG BASED ON NEW PUBLIC SURVEYS (883)
- The 3D power spectrum of galaxies from the SDSS (857)
- The Galaxy Luminosity Function and Luminosity Density at Redshift z = 0.1* (840)
- Cosmological parameter analysis including SDSS Lyα forest and galaxy bias: Constraints on the primordial spectrum of fluctuations, neutrino mass, and dark energy (789)
- Karhunen-Loève Eigenvalue Problems in Cosmology: How Should We Tackle Large Data Sets? (667)
- The Luminosity and Color Dependence of the Galaxy Correlation Function (587)
- How small were the first cosmological objects (584)
- Galaxy Clustering in the Completed SDSS Redshift Survey: The Dependence on Color and Luminosity (521)
- NYU-VAGC: a galaxy catalog based on new public surveys (513)
- Galaxy clustering in early sloan digital sky survey redshift data (489)
- The Second Data Release of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (486)
- The importance of quantum decoherence in brain processes (456)
- Significance of the largest scale CMB fluctuations in WMAP (445)
- The fourth data release of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (443)
- High resolution foreground cleaned CMB map from WMAP (440)
- Cosmological Constraints from the Clustering of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey DR7 Luminous Red Galaxies (434)
- Why Does Deep and Cheap Learning Work So Well? (418)
- Research Priorities for Robust and Beneficial Artificial Intelligence (393)
- The Mathematical Universe (345)
- A map of the universe (344)
- The Third Data Release of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (322)
- Measuring Cosmological Parameters with Galaxy Surveys (297)
- A model of diffuse Galactic radio emission from 10 MHz to 100 GHz (286)
- The end of unified dark matter (285)
- Nanophotonic particle simulation and inverse design using artificial neural networks (281)
- Limits on non-Gaussianities from WMAP data (276)
- The clustering of luminous red galaxies in the Sloan Digital Sky Survey imaging data (276)
- Weighing Neutrinos with Galaxy Surveys (275)
- Dimensionless constants, cosmology and other dark matters (275)
- Constraining f ( R ) gravity as a scalar-tensor theory (265)
- A method for subtracting foregrounds from multifrequency CMB sky maps (264)
- How to measure CMB power spectra without losing information (258)
- On Departures from a Power Law in the Galaxy Correlation Function (251)
- A Measurement of the CMB EE Spectrum from the 2003 Flight of BOOMERANG (243)
- Foregrounds and Forecasts for the Cosmic Microwave Background (242)
- Cosmic Complementarity: Joint Parameter Estimation from Cosmic Microwave Background Experiments and Redshift Surveys (238)
- The shape of the sloan digital sky survey data release 5 galaxy power spectrum (216)
- A Measurement of the Angular Power Spectrum of the CMB Temperature Anisotropy from the 2003 Flight of BOOMERANG (207)
- Analysis of Systematic Effects and Statistical Uncertainties in Angular Clustering of Galaxies from Early Sloan Digital Sky Survey Data (203)
- New dark energy constraints from supernovae, microwave background, and galaxy clustering. (202)
- The role of artificial intelligence in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (194)
- Is “the Theory of Everything” Merely the Ultimate Ensemble Theory?☆ (193)
- Cosmological Parameters from Eigenmode Analysis of Sloan Digital Sky Survey Galaxy Redshifts (188)
- Inflationary Constraints on Type IIA String Theory (188)
- The Time evolution of bias (181)
- The Intermediate-Scale Clustering of Luminous Red Galaxies (180)
- WHAT NEXT-GENERATION 21 cm POWER SPECTRUM MEASUREMENTS CAN TEACH US ABOUT THE EPOCH OF REIONIZATION (177)
- Cosmic Microwave Background Observables and Their Cosmological Implications (177)
- Cosmological Parameters from the 2003 Flight of BOOMERANG (176)
- How accurately can 21cm tomography constrain cosmology (175)
- The shape of the SDSS DR5 galaxy power spectrum (170)
- What does inflation really predict (169)
- Our Mathematical Universe: My Quest for the Ultimate Nature of Reality (167)
- Measuring the galaxy power spectrum with future redshift surveys (161)
- Forecasting cosmic parameter errors from microwave background anisotropy experiments (161)
- Axion cosmology and the energy scale of inflation (159)
- An Icosahedron-based Method for Pixelizing the Celestial Sphere (146)
- Methods for rapidly processing angular masks of next-generation galaxy surveys (145)
- Using the kinematic Sunyaev-Zeldovich effect to determine the peculiar velocities of clusters of galaxies (145)
- CMB Observables and Their Cosmological Implications (142)
- The Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics: Many Worlds or Many Words? (140)
- Uncorrelated measurements of the cosmic expansion history and dark energy from supernovae (140)
- A Measurement of the Polarization-Temperature Angular Cross-Power Spectrum of the Cosmic Microwave Background from the 2003 Flight of BOOMERANG (135)
- Is cosmology consistent (134)
- The power spectrum of galaxies in the 2dF 100k redshift survey (129)
- Weak Lensing: Prospects for Measuring Cosmological Parameters (127)
- Overcoming real-world obstacles in 21 cm power spectrum estimation: A method demonstration and results from early Murchison Widefield Array data (126)
- SDSS galaxy bias from halo mass-bias relation and its cosmological implications (125)
- Tunable Efficient Unitary Neural Networks (EUNN) and their application to RNNs (124)
- Life 3.0: Being Human in the Age of Artificial Intelligence (120)
- 21 cm Tomography with Foregrounds (118)
- The power of deeper networks for expressing natural functions (117)
- Constraints from the Lyα Forest Power Spectrum (115)
- Angular Clustering with Photometric Redshifts in the Sloan Digital Sky Survey: Bimodality in the Clustering Properties of Galaxies (115)
- A Brute Force Analysis of the COBE DMR Data (113)
- A method for 21 cm power spectrum estimation in the presence of foregrounds (112)
- CMB mapping experiments: a designer's guide (112)
- Consciousness as a state of matter (110)
- Why Is the Cosmic Microwave Background Fluctuation Level 10?5? (108)
- How to Make Maps from Cosmic Microwave Background Data without Losing Information (107)
- Testing two-field inflation (106)
- Fast Fourier transform telescope (106)
- Instrument, Method, Brightness and Polarization Maps from the 2003 flight of BOOMERanG (105)
- AI Feynman: A physics-inspired method for symbolic regression (104)
- How to measure CMB polarization power spectra without losing information (103)
- Separating the early universe from the late universe: Cosmological parameter estimation beyond the black box (102)
- First Season MWA EoR Power Spectrum Results at Redshift 7 (102)
- 100 years of the quantum (100)
- An improved method for 21‐cm foreground removal (97)
- Towards a refined cosmic concordance model: Joint 11-parameter constraints from the cosmic microwave background and large-scale structure (95)
- Foregrounds in Wide-Field Redshifted 21 cm Power Spectra (93)
- Cmb multipole measurements in the presence of foregrounds (90)
- Cross-Correlation of Tenerife Data with Galactic Templates-Evidence for Spinning Dust? (90)
- SDSS galaxy clustering: luminosity and colour dependence and stochasticity (87)
- Task force on cosmic microwave background research (86)
- Cosmology and the Halo Occupation Distribution from Small-Scale Galaxy Clustering in the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (86)
- A scheme to deal accurately and efficiently with complex angular masks in galaxy surveys (86)
- Precision calibration of radio interferometers using redundant baselines (86)
- Constraining Torsion with Gravity Probe B (85)
- Improved Measures of Integrated Information (84)
- Apparent wave function collapse caused by scattering (81)
- Why is the CMB fluctuation level 10^{-5}? (81)
- The Three-dimensional Power Spectrum from Angular Clustering of Galaxies in Early Sloan Digital Sky Survey Data (80)
- Empirical covariance modeling for 21 cm power spectrum estimation: A method demonstration and new limits from early Murchison Widefield Array 128-tile data (79)
- The angular correlation function of galaxies from early sloan digital sky survey data (79)
- The Quest for Microwave Foreground X (79)
- Gated Orthogonal Recurrent Units: On Learning to Forget (79)
- Current Cosmological Constraints from a 10 Parameter Cosmic Microwave Background Analysis (77)
- The Low-Frequency Environment of the Murchison Widefield Array: Radio-Frequency Interference Analysis and Mitigation (76)
- How well can we measure and understand foregrounds with 21-cm experiments? (74)
- Time Evolution of Galaxy Formation and Bias in Cosmological Simulations (72)
- Combined reconstruction of weak and strong lensing data with wslap (72)
- CHIPS: The COSMOLOGICAL H i POWER SPECTRUM ESTIMATOR (71)
- Late reionization by supernova-driven winds (70)
- The Angular Power Spectrum of Galaxies from Early Sloan Digital Sky Survey Data (70)
- Non-parametric inversion of strong lensing systems (69)
- A New Spin on Galactic Dust (68)
- Why Is the Fraction of Four-Image Radio Lens Systems So High? (67)
- Removing Point Sources from Cosmic Microwave Background Maps (67)
- Will point sources spoil 21-cm tomography? (67)
- Twenty-one centimeter tomography with foregrounds (67)
- Multiple universes, cosmic coincidences, and other dark matters (65)
- Limits on fNL parameters from Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe three-year data (65)
- Measuring the metric: A parametrized post-Friedmannian approach to the cosmic dark energy problem (64)
- The real-space power spectrum of the PSCz survey from 0.01 to 300 h Mpc−1 (64)
- LARGE-SCALE SUNYAEV-ZELDOVICH EFFECT: MEASURING STATISTICAL PROPERTIES WITH MULTIFREQUENCY MAPS (63)
- MITEoR: a scalable interferometer for precision 21 cm cosmology (62)
- New microwave background constraints on the cosmic matter budget: trouble for nucleosynthesis? (61)
- Karhunen-Loève Estimation of the Power Spectrum Parameters from the Angular Distribution of Galaxies in Early Sloan Digital Sky Survey Data (60)
- Omniscopes: Large area telescope arrays with only NlogN computational cost (60)
- ON THE INEVITABILITY OF REIONIZATION : IMPLICATIONS FOR COSMIC MICROWAVE BACKGROUND FLUCTUATIONS (60)
- Stephen Hawking: \'Transcendence looks at the implications of artificial intelligence - but are we taking AI seriously enough?\' (58)
- Non-Gaussianity in Two-Field Inflation (58)
- Testing Multi-Field Inflation: A Geometric Approach (58)
- Confirmation of wide-field signatures in redshifted 21 cm power spectra (57)
- Physical evidence for dark energy (57)
- Observationally determining the properties of dark matter (57)
- Decorrelating the power spectrum of galaxies (57)
- Is the Cosmic Microwave Background Really Non-Gaussian? (56)
- Removing Real-World Foregrounds from Cosmic Microwave Background Maps (56)
- Observational evidence for stochastic biasing (55)
- The Murchison Widefield Array 21 cm Power Spectrum Analysis Methodology (54)
- An Improved Model of Diffuse Galactic Radio Emission from 10 MHz to 5 THz (52)
- The Importance of Wide-field Foreground Removal for 21 cm Cosmology: A Demonstration With Early MWA Epoch of Reionization Observations (50)
- Born in an Infinite Universe: A Cosmological Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics (50)
- Critical Behavior in Physics and Probabilistic Formal Languages (49)
- The Multiverse Hierarchy (49)
- A fast method for power spectrum and foreground analysis for 21 cm cosmology (49)
- Parallel universes? (48)
- Toward an artificial intelligence physicist for unsupervised learning. (46)
- A Limit on the Large Angular Scale Polarization of the Cosmic Microwave Background (45)
- The Hydrogen Epoch of Reionization Array Dish. I. Beam Pattern Measurements and Science Implications (44)
- Low frequency observations of linearly polarized structures in the interstellar medium near the south Galactic pole (44)
- Parametrizing Epoch of Reionization foregrounds: a deep survey of low-frequency point-source spectra with the Murchison Widefield Array (44)
- Two-dimensional Topology of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (43)
- Global 21 cm signal experiments: A designer’s guide (43)
- First limits on the 21 cm power spectrum during the Epoch of X-ray heating (43)
- Searching for Inflation in Simple String Theory Models: An Astrophysical Perspective (42)
- Last stand before WMAP: Cosmological parameters from lensing, CMB, and galaxy clustering (42)
- An Elementary Proof That the Biharmonic Green Function of an Eccentric Ellipse Changes Sign (41)
- Limits on f_NL parameters from WMAP 3yr data (40)
- Criticality in Formal Languages and Statistical Physics (39)
- Anthropic predictions for neutrino masses (38)
- LETTER TO THE EDITOR: On the dimensionality of spacetime (38)
- Does the universe in fact contain almost no information? (36)
- Cosmic complementarity: H(0) and Omega(m) from combining CMB experiments and redshift surveys (36)
- How unitary cosmology generalizes thermodynamics and solves the inflationary entropy problem (35)
- The Hydrogen Epoch of Reionization Array Dish. II. Characterization of Spectral Structure with Electromagnetic Simulations and Its Science Implications. (35)
- A method for extracting maximum resolution power spectra from microwave sky maps (35)
- Many lives in many worlds (34)
- Linear redshift distortions and power in the IRAS Point Source Catalog Redshift Survey (34)
- Mapping the Cosmic Microwave Background Anisotropy:The First Flight of the QMAP Experiment (33)
- Baryon acoustic oscillations in the Sloan Digital Sky Survey Data Release 7 galaxy sample (vol 401, pg 2148, 2010) (32)
- Decoherence produces coherent states: An explicit proof for harmonic chains. (32)
- The Angular Power Spectrum of BATSE 3B Gamma-Ray Bursts (32)
- Anthropic predictions for vacuum energy and neutrino masses (31)
- Galactic Emission at 19 GHz (31)
- Astrophysics: Is a doomsday catastrophe likely? (30)
- A High-Resolution Map of the Cosmic Microwave Background around the North Celestial Pole (29)
- Mapmaking for precision 21 cm cosmology (29)
- A method for extracting maximum resolution power spectra from galaxy surveys (29)
- Morphological Measures of Non-Gaussianity in Cosmic Microwave Background Maps (28)
- On Math, Matter and Mind (27)
- Cosmological neutrino bounds for non-cosmologists (26)
- The Angular Power Spectrum of the Four-Year COBE Data (26)
- BOOMERanG constraints on primordial non-Gaussianity from analytical Minkowski functionals (25)
- Measuring Spacetime: From the Big Bang to Black Holes (25)
- Cosmology from the Highly-Redshifted 21 cm Line (25)
- Many Worlds in Context (25)
- Comparing Redundant and Sky-model-based Interferometric Calibration: A First Look with Phase II of the MWA (25)
- Non-Gaussianity as a Probe of the Physics of the Primordial Universe and the Astrophysics of the Low Redshift Universe (24)
- Cosmological Parameters and Beyond (21)
- Reionization in an open CDM universe: implications for cosmic microwave background fluctuations (21)
- CMBFIT: Rapid WMAP likelihood calculations with normal parameters (21)
- Large-scale polarization of the microwave background and foreground (20)
- Likely values of the Higgs vacuum expectation value (20)
- Learnability for the Information Bottleneck (20)
- Likely values of the Higgs vev (19)
- Shut up and calculate (18)
- Doppler peaks and all that: CMB anisotropies and what they can tell us (18)
- AI Feynman 2.0: Pareto-optimal symbolic regression exploiting graph modularity (18)
- Galactic Contamination in the QMAP Experiment (18)
- A high reliability survey of discrete Epoch of Reionization foreground sources in the MWA EoR0 field (18)
- Mapping the CMB II: the second flight of the QMAP experiment (18)
- Searching for non-Gaussian signals in the BOOMERANG 2003 CMB maps (18)
- Science and Ultimate Reality: Parallel universes (18)
- Measuring CMB polarization with Boomerang (17)
- Parallel universes. Not just a staple of science fiction, other universes are a direct implication of cosmological observations. (17)
- Brute-force mapmaking with compact interferometers: a MITEoR northern sky map from 128 to 175 MHz (17)
- Cosmological constraints from the clustering of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey DR7 luminous red galaxies (vol 404, pg 60, 2010) (16)
- The Power Spectrum of the CfA/SSRS UZC Galaxy Redshift Survey (16)
- Improved Limits on Gamma-Ray Burst Repetition from BATSE (15)
- Cosmological Constraints from Current Cosmic Microwave Background and Type Ia Supernova Data: A Brute Force, Eight-Parameter Analysis (15)
- Why the brain is probably not a quantum computer (15)
- THE 3D POWER SPECTRUM FROM ANGULAR CLUSTERING OF GALAXIES IN EARLY SDSS DATA 1 (15)
- Mapping the CMB III: combined analysis of QMAP flights (14)
- Spectral Energy Distribution and Radio Halo of NGC 253 at Low Radio Frequencies (14)
- The hydrogen epoch of reionization array dish III: measuring chromaticity of prototype element with reflectometry (14)
- Comparing and Combining Cosmic Microwave Background Data Sets (14)
- Removing real-world foregrounds from CMB maps (14)
- CMB power spectrum at l = 30 – 200 from QMASK (13)
- COSMIC COMPLEMENTARITY: PROBING THE ACCELERATION OF THE UNIVERSE (13)
- Toward an AI Physicist for Unsupervised Learning (13)
- How Unlikely is a Doomsday Catastrophe (12)
- Astrophysics from the Highly-Redshifted 21 cm Line (12)
- Mapping the Cosmic Microwave Background Anisotropy:Combined Analysis of QMAP Flights (12)
- Cosmic Complementarity: [ITAL]H[/ITAL][TINF]0[/TINF] and Ω[TINF][CLC][ITAL]m[/ITAL][/CLC][/TINF] from Combining Cosmic Microwave Background Experiments and Redshift Surveys (11)
- First attempt at measuring the CMB cross-polarization (11)
- Meta-learning autoencoders for few-shot prediction (11)
- Measuring spacetime: from the big bang to black holes. (10)
- Cosmology from Large Scale Structure (10)
- Assessment of Ionospheric Activity Tolerances for Epoch of Reionization Science with the Murchison Widefield Array (10)
- Automated in vivo patch-clamp evaluation of extracellular multielectrode array spike recording capability. (10)
- SUBDEGREE SUNYAEV-ZEL'DOVICH SIGNAL FROM MULTIFREQUENCY BOOMERANG OBSERVATIONS (10)
- The HERA-19 Commissioning Array: Direction Dependent Effects. (10)
- Nanophotonic Inverse Design Using Artificial Neural Network (9)
- Comparing and combining the Saskatoon, QMAP, and COBE CMB maps (9)
- Observations of the temperature and polarization anisotropies with Boomerang 2003 (9)
- AI Poincaré: Machine Learning Conservation Laws from Trajectories (9)
- Pareto-Optimal Data Compression for Binary Classification Tasks (9)
- Solving the Corner-Turning Problem for Large Interferometers (9)
- Joint Efficient Dark-energy Investigation (JEDI): a Candidate Implementation of the NASA-DOE Joint Dark Energy Mission (JDEM) (9)
- Measuring space-time: From big bang to black holes (8)
- Friendly Artificial Intelligence: The Physics Challenge (8)
- DID THE UNIVERSE RECOMBINE ? NEW SPECTRAL CONSTRAINTS ON REHEATING (8)
- Cosmic Complementarity: H 0 and Ω M from Combining Cmb Experiments and Redshift Surveys (8)
- Cosmological Parameter Estimation from the CMB (8)
- Measuring quantum states: Experimental setup for measuring the spatial density matrix. (8)
- Linear Redshift Distortions and Power in the PSCz Survey (8)
- CMB Polarization at Large Angular Scales: Data Analysis of the POLAR Experiment (8)
- Redundant-baseline calibration of the hydrogen epoch of reionization array (7)
- Non-parametric mass reconstruction of A1689 from strong lensing data with the Strong Lensing Analysis Package: Mass reconstruction of A1689 (7)
- Removing point sources from CMB maps (7)
- Sharpening the second law of thermodynamics with the quantum Bayes theorem. (7)
- Real-space cosmic fields from redshift-space distributions: a Green function approach (7)
- Ensemble inhibition and excitation in the human cortex: An Ising-model analysis with uncertainties. (7)
- Power-Spectrum--independent Constraints on Cosmological Models (6)
- Cosmological constraints from current CMB and SN 1a data: A Brute force 9 parameter analysis (6)
- On the dimensionality of space-time (6)
- Is lensing of point sources a problem for future CMB experiments (6)
- Polarized Foreground Power Spectra from the HERA-19 Commissioning Array (6)
- Mapping our universe in 3D with MITEoR (6)
- DELAY SPECTRUM WITH PHASE-TRACKING ARRAYS: EXTRACTING THE H i POWER SPECTRUM FROM THE EPOCH OF REIONIZATION (6)
- The HERA Dish II: Electromagnetic Simulations and Science Implications (6)
- Symbolic Pregression: Discovering Physical Laws from Raw Distorted Video (6)
- CMB polarization with Boomerang 2003 (6)
- Mapping the CMB I: the first flight of the QMAP experiment (5)
- Cosmic complementarity: combining CMB and supernova observations (5)
- Consciousness is a state of matter, like a solid or gas (5)
- Years of the Quantum (5)
- Observing the Evolution of the Universe (5)
- Nanophotonic particle simulation and inverse design using artificial neural networks (5)
- The millimeter sky as seen with BOOMERanG (5)
- A Spin-Modulated Telescope to Make Two-Dimensional Cosmic Microwave Background Maps (5)
- Uncorrelated Measurements of the CMB Power Spectrum (4)
- Searching for non-Gaussian signals in the BOOMERanG 2003 CMB map: Preliminary results (4)
- The unification of physics: the quest for a theory of everything (4)
- A Measurement of the CMB Spectrum from the 2003 Flight (4)
- ERRATUM: “WHAT NEXT-GENERATION 21 cm POWER SPECTRUM MEASUREMENTS CAN TEACH US ABOUT THE EPOCH OF REIONIZATION” (2014, ApJ, 782, 66) (4)
- How accurately can suborbital experiments measure the CMB (4)
- COSMIC MICROWAVE BACKGROUND MAPS FROM THE HACME EXPERIMENT (4)
- Weighing neutrinos with microwave background and galaxy data (3)
- On the Impossibility of Supersized Machines (3)
- The large-scale polarization of the microwave foreground (3)
- Reality by numbers What is the universe really made of (3)
- Optimal Latent Representations: Distilling Mutual Information into Principal Pairs (3)
- How Small Were the First Cosmological Objects? 1 (3)
- Beyond Cosmological Parameters (3)
- Investigating Inflation in Type IIA (3)
- Probing primordial non Gaussianity in the BOOMERanG CMB maps: an analysis based on analytical Minkowski functionals (2)
- 16p11.2 deletion is associated with hyperactivation of human iPSC-derived dopaminergic neuron networks and is rescued by RHOA inhibition in vitro (2)
- Constraints from the Lyman Α Forest Power Spectrum (2)
- Quantum money and scalable 21-cm cosmology (2)
- Overview of Foregrounds and their Impact (2)
- Mathematical cosmos: why numbers rule (2)
- Assessing whether artificial intelligence is an enabler or an inhibitor of sustainability at indicator level (2)
- Latent Representations of Dynamical Systems: When Two is Better Than One (2)
- Maps of the millimetre sky from the BOOMERanG experiment (1)
- Gaussianity of the QMASK Map (1)
- Keynote speaker: Putting the radio into software defined radio ∼ and the meaning for arrays (1)
- How to make CMB maps without losing information (1)
- It's all just mathematics (1)
- Extragalactic astronomy: Cosmic censorship (1)
- The MIT Survey on Science , Religion and Origins : the Belief Gap (1)
- decomposition of finite pixelized CMB maps (1)
- 00 Years of the Quantum (1)
- Foreground modelling via Gaussian process regression: an application to HERA data (1)
- The Second Law and Cosmology (1)
- Cosmological lessons from MAP and SDSS (1)
- Latest cosmological constraints on the densities of hot and cold dark matter (1)
- Bias and beyond (1)
- Microwave foregrounds : "this volume was produced as a part of the Sloan Summit on Origins held at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton 1998-99" Princeton, New Jersey, USA 14-15 November, 1998 (1)
- Priorities for Robust and Bene fi cial (1)
- The quantum brain (1)
- Probes of the Early Universe (1)
- Effects of model incompleteness on the drift-scan calibration of radio telescopes (0)
- POLAR: Instrument and results (0)
- Galactic microwave emission at 19 GHz (0)
- 0 Ju l 2 00 2 Two-Dimensional Topology of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (0)
- ICOSAHEDRON: A package for pixelizing the sphere (0)
- Relativity Revisited (0)
- Bias is Complicated (0)
- Uphold the nuclear weapons test moratorium (0)
- BOOMERanG-B03 observations of CMB anisotropy and polarization (0)
- M ay 2 00 3 The First Data Release of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (0)
- 02 12 55 2 v 1 2 7 D ec 2 00 2 1 Cosmology from Large Scale Structure (0)
- 01 04 41 9 v 2 1 8 Ja n 20 02 The CMB power spectrum at l = 30 − 200 from QMASK (0)
- Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Recent Work Title Measuring CMB polarization with Boomerang Permalink (0)
- The power spectrum of the UZC galaxy redshift survey (0)
- Nuclear War from a Cosmic Perspective (0)
- VizieR Online Data Catalog: KGS EoR0 Catalogue (Carroll+, 2016) (0)
- 0 Ju n 20 02 Two-Dimensional Topology of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (0)
- Title Mapmaking for precision 21 cm cosmology MAPMAKING for PRECISION 21 CM COSMOLOGY (0)
- Realistic Galaxy Models for Lensing Statistics (0)
- Steady states of harmonic oscillator chains and shortcomings of harmonic heat baths (0)
- The Hydrogen Epoch of Reionization Array (HERA) (0)
- Inflation and Parallel Universes: Science or Fiction? (0)
- Title The hydrogen epoch of reionization array dish III : measuring chromaticity of prototype element with reflectometry Permalink (0)
- 03 10 72 3 v 2 15 J an 2 00 4 Cosmological parameters from SDSS and WMAP (0)
- Toward a More Accurate 3D Atlas of C. elegans Neurons (0)
- A ug 2 00 6 Constraining Torsion with Gravity Probe (0)
- A map of the universe - eScholarship (0)
- HERA: Chasing Our Cosmic Dawn (0)
- Ju n 20 02 Two-Dimensional Topology of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (0)
- LATE REIONIZATION BY SUPERNOVA DRIVEN WINDS1 (0)
- Comparing and combining CMB datasets (0)
- J un 2 00 2 Morphological Measures of nonGaussianity in CMB Maps (0)
- 05 12 20 4 v 2 2 1 D ec 2 00 5 How Unlikely is a Doomsday Catastrophe ? (0)
- 03 10 72 3 v 1 27 O ct 2 00 3 Cosmological parameters from SDSS and WMAP (0)
- Trouble with physics: Time to rethink cosmic inflation? (0)
- New Techniques for Making CMB Maps (0)
- Lethal autonomous weapons (0)
- 0 Ju l 2 00 2 Measuring Spacetime : from Big Bang to Black Holes (0)
- Statistical lensing constraints on the shape of galaxy halos (0)
- Quantum Decoherence: From Technology to Cosmology (0)
- A New Method for Calibrating Radio Interferometers (0)
- Closing in on the Cosmological Parameters (0)
- HERA: Illuminating our early universe (0)
- 03 10 72 3 v 2 1 5 Ja n 20 04 Cosmological parameters from SDSS and WMAP (0)
- Machine-Learning Non-Conservative Dynamics for New-Physics Detection (0)
- O ct 2 00 5 A Map of the Universe (0)
- Cosmology: The dark side of distortion (0)
- Solid. Liquid. Consciousness (0)
- Priorities for Robust and Beneficial Artificial Intelligence (0)
- How did it all begin (0)
- Ju l 2 00 2 Two-Dimensional Topology of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (0)
- Weak Lensing: Prospects for Parameter Estimation (0)
- Using Cosmology to Teach Physics (0)
- as tr oph / 9 71 20 57 v 2 2 6 M ay 1 99 8 Weighing Neutrinos with Galaxy Surveys (0)
- A bright future for dark energy (0)
- Material to “ How Unlikely is a Doomsday Catastrophe ? ” (0)
- Reconstructing cosmic fields from redshift data: An explicit solution for the linear regime (0)
- MITEoR: A prototype highly scalable interferometer for 21 cm cosmology (0)
- HERA: Illuminating our early universe (0)
- Fast Power Spectrum Analysis and Foreground Subtraction for 21 cm Cosmology (0)
- Estimating power spectra from 3D galaxy surveys (0)
- Estimating Microwave Power Spectra (0)
- Spherical harmonic analysis of the angular distribution of GRBs (0)
- On the Inevitability of Reionization : Implications forCosmic Microwave Background Fluctuations yMax (0)
- New constraints on reionization from the Compton y-parameter (0)
- OBSERVABLES AND THEIR COSMOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS (0)
- Mapping our universe in 3 D with MITEoR Citation (0)
- Morphological Measures of nonGaussianity in CMB Maps (0)
- Analyzing Redshift Surveys to Measure the Power Spectrum on Large Scales (0)

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