RANDOM MEANDERINGS THROUGH THE COSMIC WEB
My name is Chris Crowe, and I'm a astrophysics PhD student at the Institute of Astronomy, which is a department at the University of Cambridge.
I live in the Kavli Institute for Cosmology Cambridge (KICC), which is a new centre opened by Prince Philip at the end of 2009. I study cosmology with the director of the department George Efstathiou. I study CMB polarisation, and am looking at ways to separate the CMB signal from the messy foregrounds generated within our own galaxy.
I also think supernovae are pretty cool, and have a co-authored paper about the Cassiopeia A supernova remnant producing a lot of unexpected dust, identified through polarisation measurements.
I live in Cambridge, and am originally from a small market town called Thornbury in South Gloucestershire.
I'm the president of the Graduate Students' Union at Sidney Sussex College, the college in which I'm enrolled, or 'matriculated', to use Cambridge lingo.
If you've come for examples class solutions, they can be found in the Teaching section - use the link at the top.
CMB Theory Introduction
CMB Polarisation Introduction
University of Cambridge
Institute of Astronomy
Free Talks in Cambridge
Sidney Sussex College
Sidney Sussex College MCR
Chris on Facebook
Chris' Youtube Channel
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