Institute of Astronomy

- Erik Rosenberg


Office: Obs O35
Office Tel: (01223) 337093
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I am interested in theoretical and observational cosmology, primarily as relates to how we can learn about cosmology and fundamental physics through observations of the Cosmic Microwave Background (CMB) and Large Scale Structure.

Currently I am mostly working on the CMB side, with data from Planck and the latest ground-based data from ACT, and I am a member of the Simons Observatory Collaboration. I have also done some work on studying systematics for space-based weak-lensing surveys.

Selected papers

Rosenberg, E., Gratton, S., and Efstathiou, G. (2022), “CMB power spectra and cosmological parameters from Planck PR4 with CamSpec”, accepted by MNRAS. [arXiv:2205.10869].
Kannawadi, A., Rosenberg, E., and Hoekstra, H. (2021), “Mitigating the effects of undersampling in weak lensing shear estimation with metacalibration”, MNRAS (2021), 502, 4048. [arXiv:2010.04164].


2019-Present   PhD at the Institute of Astronomy, Cambridge

2018-2019        Master of Advanced Study in Astrophysics, Cambridge

2014-2018        B.S. in Physics, Stanford University

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