Imperial College London

Professor Andrew H Jaffe

Faculty of Natural SciencesDepartment of Physics

Professor of Astrophysics and Cosmology
 
 
 
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+44 (0)20 7594 7526a.jaffe Website

 
 
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Miss Louise Hayward +44 (0)20 7594 7679

 
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1018BBlackett LaboratorySouth Kensington Campus

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Summary

 

Publications

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Keskitalo R, Ashdown MAJ, Cabella P, Kisner T, Poutanen T, Stompor R, Bartlett JG, Borrill J, Cantalupo C, de Gasperis G, de Rosa A, de Troia G, Eriksen HK, Finelli F, Gorski KM, Gruppuso A, Hivon E, Jaffe A, Keihanen E, Kurki-Suonio H, Lawrence CR, Natoli P, Paci F, Polenta G, Rocha Get al., 2010, Residual noise covariance for Planck low-resolution data analysis, ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS, Vol: 522, ISSN: 0004-6361

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Aubin F, Aboobaker AM, Ade P, Baccigalupi C, Bao C, Borrill J, Cantalupo C, Chapman D, Didier J, Dobbs M, Grainger W, Hanany S, Hubmayr J, Hyland P, Hillbrand S, Jaffe A, Johnson B, Jones T, Kisner T, Klein J, Korotkov A, Leach S, Lee A, Limon M, MacDermid K, Matsumura T, Meng X, Miller A, Milligan M, Polsgrove D, Ponthieu N, Raach K, Reichborn-Kjennerud B, Sagiv I, Smecher G, Tran H, Tucker GS, Vinokurov Y, Yadav A, Zaldarriaga M, Zilic Ket al., 2010, First implementation of TES bolometer arrays with SQUID-based multiplexed readout on a balloon-borne platform, ISSN: 0277-786X

EBEX (the E and B EXperiment) is a balloon-borne telescope designed to measure the polarisation of the cosmic microwave background radiation. During a two week long duration science flight over Antarctica, EBEX will operate 768, 384 and 280 spider-web transition edge sensor (TES) bolometers at 150, 250 and 410 GHz, respectively. The 10-hour EBEX engineering flight in June 2009 over New Mexico and Arizona provided the first usage of both a large array of TES bolometers and a Superconducting QUantum Interference Device (SQUID) based multiplexed readout in a space-like environment. This successful demonstration increases the technology readiness level of these bolometers and the associated readout system for future space missions. A total of 82, 49 and 82 TES detectors were operated during the engineering flight at 150, 250 and 410 GHz. The sensors were read out with a new SQUID-based digital frequency domain multiplexed readout system that was designed to meet the low power consumption and robust autonomous operation requirements presented by a balloon experiment. Here we describe the system and the remote, automated tuning of the bolometers and SQUIDs. We compare results from tuning at float to ground, and discuss bolometer performance during flight. © 2010 SPIE.

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Tauber JA, Norgaard-Nielsen HU, Ade PAR, Parian JA, Banos T, Bersanelli M, Burigana C, Chamballu A, de Chambure D, Christensen PR, Corre O, Cozzani A, Crill B, Crone G, D'Arcangelo O, Daddato R, Doyle D, Dubruel D, Forma G, Hills R, Huffenberger K, Jaffe AH, Jessen N, Kletzkine P, Lamarre JM, Leahy JP, Longval Y, de Maagt P, Maffei B, Mandolesi N, Marti-Canales J, Martin-Polegre A, Martin P, Mendes L, Murphy JA, Nielsen P, Noviello F, Paquay M, Peacocke T, Ponthieu N, Pontoppidan K, Ristorcelli I, Riti J-B, Rolo L, Rosset C, Sandri M, Savini G, Sudiwala R, Tristram M, Valenziano L, van der Vorst M, van't Klooster K, Villa F, Yurchenko Vet al., 2010, Planck pre-launch status: The optical system, ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS, Vol: 520, ISSN: 0004-6361

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Tauber JA, Mandolesi N, Puget J-L, Banos T, Bersanelli M, Bouchet FR, Butler RC, Charra J, Crone G, Dodsworth J, Efstathiou G, Gispert R, Guyot G, Gregorio A, Juillet JJ, Lamarre J-M, Laureijs RJ, Lawrence CR, Norgaard-Nielsen HU, Passvogel T, Reix JM, Texier D, Vibert L, Zacchei A, Ade PAR, Aghanim N, Aja B, Alippi E, Aloy L, Armand P, Arnaud M, Arondel A, Arreola-Villanueva A, Artal E, Artina E, Arts A, Ashdown M, Aumont J, Azzaro M, Bacchetta A, Baccigalupi C, Baker M, Balasini M, Balbi A, Banday AJ, Barbier G, Barreiro RB, Bartelmann M, Battaglia P, Battaner E, Benabed K, Beney J-L, Beneyton R, Bennett K, Benoit A, Bernard J-P, Bhandari P, Bhatia R, Biggi M, Biggins R, Billig G, Blanc Y, Blavot H, Bock JJ, Bonaldi A, Bond R, Bonis J, Borders J, Borrill J, Boschini L, Boulanger F, Bouvier J, Bouzit M, Bowman R, Breelle E, Bradshaw T, Braghin M, Bremer M, Brienza D, Broszkiewicz D, Burigana C, Burkhalter M, Cabella P, Cafferty T, Cairola M, Caminade S, Camus P, Cantalupo CM, Cappellini B, Cardoso J-F, Carr R, Catalano A, Cayon L, Cesa M, Chaigneau M, Challinor A, Chamballu A, Chambelland JP, Charra M, Chiang L-Y, Chlewicki G, Christensen PR, Church S, Ciancietta E, Cibrario M, Cizeron R, Clements D, Collaudin B, Colley J-M, Colombi S, Colombo A, Colombo F, Corre O, Couchot F, Cougrand B, Coulais A, Couzin P, Crane B, Crill B, Crook M, Crumb D, Cuttaia F, Doerl U, da Silva P, Daddato R, Damasio C, Danese L, d'Aquino G, D'Arcangelo O, Dassas K, Davies RD, Davies W, Davis RJ, De Bernardis P, de Chambure D, de Gasperis G, De la Fuente ML, De Paco P, De Rosa A, De Troia G, De Zotti G, Dehamme M, Delabrouille J, Delouis J-M, Desert F-X, di Girolamo G, Dickinson C, Doelling E, Dolag K, Domken I, Douspis M, Doyle D, Du S, Dubruel D, Dufour C, Dumesnil C, Dupac X, Duret P, Eder C, Elfving A, Ensslin TA, Eng P, English K, Eriksen HK, Estaria P, Falvella MC, Ferrari F, Finelli F, Fishman A, Fogliani S, Foley S, Fonseca A, Forma G, Forni O, Fosalba P, Fourmond J-J, Frailis Met al., 2010, Planck pre-launch status: The Planck mission, ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS, Vol: 520, ISSN: 1432-0746

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Cantalupo CM, Borrill JD, Jaffe AH, Kisner TS, Stompor Ret al., 2010, MADmap: A MASSIVELY PARALLEL MAXIMUM LIKELIHOOD COSMIC MICROWAVE BACKGROUND MAP-MAKER, ASTROPHYSICAL JOURNAL SUPPLEMENT SERIES, Vol: 187, Pages: 212-227, ISSN: 0067-0049

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Juszkiewicz R, Feldman HA, Fry JN, Jaffe AHet al., 2010, Weakly nonlinear dynamics and the sigma(8) parameter, JOURNAL OF COSMOLOGY AND ASTROPARTICLE PHYSICS, ISSN: 1475-7516

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Arnold K, Ade PAR, Anthony AE, Aubin F, Boettger D, Borrill J, Cantalupo C, Dobbs MA, Errard J, Flanigan D, Ghribi A, Halverson N, Hazumi M, Holzapfel WL, Howard J, Hyland P, Jaffe A, Keating B, Kisner T, Kermish Z, Lee AT, Linder E, Lungu M, Matsumura T, Miller N, Meng X, Myers M, Nishino H, O'Brient R, O'Dea D, Reichardt C, Schanning I, Shimizu A, Shimmin C, Shimon M, Spieler H, Steinbach B, Stompor R, Suzuki A, Tomaru T, Tran HT, Tucker C, Quealy E, Richards PL, Zahn Oet al., 2010, The POLARBEAR CMB Polarization Experiment, Conference on Millimeter, Submillimeter, and Far-Infrared Detectors and Instrumentation for Astronomy V, Publisher: SPIE-INT SOC OPTICAL ENGINEERING, ISSN: 0277-786X

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Milligan M, Ade P, Aubin F, Baccigalupi C, Bao C, Borrill J, Cantalupo C, Chapman D, Didier J, Dobbs M, Grainger W, Hanany S, Hillbrand S, Hubmayr J, Hyland P, Jaffe A, Johnson B, Kisner T, Klein J, Korotkov A, Leach S, Lee A, Levinson L, Limon M, MacDermid K, Matsumura T, Miller A, Pascale E, Polsgrove D, Ponthieu N, Raach K, Reichborn-Kjennerud B, Sagiv I, Tran H, Tucker GS, Vinokurov Y, Yadav A, Zaldarriaga M, Zilic Ket al., 2010, Software systems for operation, control, and monitoring of the EBEX instrument, SOFTWARE AND CYBERINFRASTRUCTURE FOR ASTRONOMY, Vol: 7740, ISSN: 0277-786X

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Reichborn-Kjennerud B, Aboobaker AM, Ade P, Aubin F, Baccigalupi C, Bao C, Borrill J, Cantalupo C, Chapman D, Didier J, Dobbs M, Grain J, Grainger W, Hanany S, Hillbrand S, Hubmayr J, Jaffe A, Johnson B, Jones T, Kisner T, Klein J, Korotkov A, Leach S, Lee A, Levinson L, Limon M, MacDermid K, Matsumura T, Meng X, Miller A, Milligan M, Pascale E, Polsgrove D, Ponthieu N, Raach K, Sagiv I, Smecher G, Stivoli F, Stompor R, Tran H, Tristram M, Tucker GS, Vinokurov Y, Yadav A, Zaldarriaga M, Zilic Ket al., 2010, EBEX: A balloon-borne CMB polarization experiment, MILLIMETER, SUBMILLIMETER, AND FAR-INFRARED DETECTORS AND INSTRUMENTATION FOR ASTRONOMY V, Vol: 7741, ISSN: 0277-786X

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Paykari P, Jaffe AH, 2010, Optimal binning of the primordial power spectrum, Astrophysical Journal, Vol: 711, Pages: 1-12, ISSN: 0004-637X

The primordial power spectrum describes the initial perturbations in the universe, which eventually grew into the large-scale structure we observe today, and thereby provides an indirect probe of inflation or other structure-formation mechanisms. In this paper, we will investigate the best scales the primordial power spectrum can be probed with in accordance with the knowledge about other cosmological parameters such as Ωb, Ωc, ΩΛ, h, and τ. The aim is to find the most informative way of measuring the primordial power spectrum at different length scales, using different types of surveys and the information they provide for the desired cosmological parameters. We will find the optimal binning of the primordial power spectrum for this purpose by making use of the Fisher matrix formalism. To investigate the correlations between the cosmological parameters, mentioned above, and a set of primordial power spectrum bins, we make use of principal component analysis and the Hermitian square root of the Fisher matrix. The surveys used in this project are Planck and the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (Bright Red Galaxy), but the formalism can easily be extended to any windowed measurements of the perturbation spectrum. © 2010. The American Astronomical Society. All rights reserved.

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Aguirre J, Amblard A, Ashoorioon A, Baccigalupi C, Balbi A, Bartlett J, Bartolo N, Benford D, Birkinshaw M, Bock J, Bond D, Borrill J, Bouchet F, Bridges M, Bunn E, Calabrese E, Cantalupo C, Caramete A, Carbone C, Chatterjee S, Church S, Chuss D, Contaldi C, Cooray A, Das S, Bernardis FD, Bernardis PD, Zotti GD, Delabrouille J, Dsert F-X, Devlin M, Dickinson C, Dicker S, Dobbs M, Dodelson S, Dore O, Dotson J, Dunkley J, Falvella MC, Fixsen D, Fosalba P, Fowler J, Gates E, Gear W, Golwala S, Gorski K, Gruppuso A, Gundersen J, Halpern M, Hanany S, Hazumi M, Hernandez-Monteagudo C, Hertzberg M, Hinshaw G, Hirata C, Hivon E, Holmes W, Holzapfel W, Hu W, Hubmayr J, Huffenberger K, Irwin K, Jackson M, Jaffe A, Johnson B, Jones W, Kaplinghat M, Keating B, Keskitalo R, Khoury J, Kinney W, Kisner T, Knox L, Kogut A, Komatsu E, Kosowsky A, Kovac J, Krauss L, Kurki-Suonio H, Landau S, Lawrence C, Leach S, Lee A, Leitch E, Leonardi R, Lesgourgues J, Liddle A, Lim E, Limon M, Loverde M, Lubin P, Magalhaes A, Maino D, Marriage T, Martin V, Matarrese S, Mather J, Mathur H, Matsumura T, Meerburg P, Melchiorri A, Meyer S, Miller A, Milligan M, Moodley K, Neimack M, Nguyen H, O'Dwyer I, Orlando A, Pagano L, Page L, Partridge B, Pearson T, Peiris H, Piacentini F, Piccirillo L, Pierpaoli E, Pietrobon D, Pisano G, Pogosian L, Pogosyan D, Ponthieu N, Popa L, Pryke C, Raeth C, Ray S, Reichardt C, Ricciardi S, Richards P, Rocha G, Rudnick L, Ruhl J, Rusholme B, Scoccola C, Scott D, Sealfon C, Sehgal N, Seiffert M, Senatore L, Serra P, Shandera S, Shimon M, Shirron P, Sievers J, Sigurdson K, Silk J, Silverberg R, Silverstein E, Staggs S, Stebbins A, Stivoli F, Stompor R, Sugiyama N, Swetz D, Tartari A, Tegmark M, Timbie P, Tristram M, Tucker G, Urrestilla J, Vaillancourt J, Veneziani M, Verde L, Vieira J, Watson S, Wandelt B, Wilson G, Wollack E, Wyman M, Yadav A, Yannick G-H, Zahn O, Zaldarriaga M, Zemcov M, Zwart Jet al., 2009, Observing the Evolution of the Universe

How did the universe evolve? The fine angular scale (l>1000) temperature andpolarization anisotropies in the CMB are a Rosetta stone for understanding theevolution of the universe. Through detailed measurements one may addresseverything from the physics of the birth of the universe to the history of starformation and the process by which galaxies formed. One may in addition trackthe evolution of the dark energy and discover the net neutrino mass. We are at the dawn of a new era in which hundreds of square degrees of skycan be mapped with arcminute resolution and sensitivities measured inmicroKelvin. Acquiring these data requires the use of special purposetelescopes such as the Atacama Cosmology Telescope (ACT), located in Chile, andthe South Pole Telescope (SPT). These new telescopes are outfitted with a newgeneration of custom mm-wave kilo-pixel arrays. Additional instruments are inthe planning stages.

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Colombi S, Jaffe A, Novikov D, Pichon Cet al., 2009, Accurate estimators of power spectra in N-body simulations, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Vol: 393, Pages: 511-526, ISSN: 1365-2966

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Hobson MP, Jaffe AH, Liddle AR, Mukherjee P, Parkinson Det al., 2009, Bayesian methods in cosmology, ISBN: 9780511802461

© Cambridge University Press, 2010. In recent years cosmologists have advanced from largely qualitative models of the Universe to precision modelling using Bayesian methods, in order to determine the properties of the Universe to high accuracy. This timely book is the only comprehensive introduction to the use of Bayesian methods in cosmological studies, and is an essential reference for graduate students and researchers in cosmology, astrophysics and applied statistics. The first part of the book focuses on methodology, setting the basic foundations and giving a detailed description of techniques. It covers topics including the estimation of parameters, Bayesian model comparison, and separation of signals. The second part explores a diverse range of applications, from the detection of astronomical sources (including through gravitational waves), to cosmic microwave background analysis and the quantification and classification of galaxy properties. Contributions from 24 highly regarded cosmologists and statisticians make this an authoritative guide to the subject.

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Jaffe A, 2009, Not wrapped up yet, Physics World, Vol: 22, Pages: 36-37, ISSN: 0953-8585

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Jaffe AH, 2009, Bayesian analysis of cosmic microwave background data, Bayesian Methods in Cosmology, Pages: 229-244, ISBN: 9780511802461

© Cambridge University Press, 2010. Introduction Surveying the Universe is the ultimate remote sensing problem. Inferring the intrinsic properties of the galaxy population, via analysis of survey-generated catalogues, is a major challenge for twenty-first century cosmology, but this challenge must be met without any prospect of measuring these properties in situ. Thus, for example, our knowledge of the intrinsic luminosity and spatial distribution of galaxies is filtered by imperfect distance information and by observational selection effects, issues which have come to be known generically in the literature as 'Malmquist bias'. Figure 11.1 shows schematically how such effects may distort our inferences about the underlying population since, in general, these must be derived from a noisy, sparse and truncated sample of galaxies. There is a long (and mostly honourable!) tradition in the astronomical literature of attempts to cast such remote surveying problems within a rigorous statistical framework. Indeed, it is interesting to note that seminal examples from the early twentieth century (Eddington 1913, 1940; Malmquist 1920, 1922) display, at least with hindsight, hints of a Bayesian formulation long before the recent renaissance of Bayesian methods in astronomy. Unfortunately, space does not permit us to review in detail that early literature, nor many of the more recent papers which evolved from it. A more thorough discussion of the literature on statistical analysis of survey data can be found in, e.g., Hendry and Simmons (1995), Strauss and Willick (1995), Teerikorpi (1997) and Loredo (2007).

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Jaffe A, 2008, Blog life: Leaves on the line, Physics World, Vol: 21, Pages: 41-41, ISSN: 0953-8585

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Lee AT, Tran H, Ade P, Arnold K, Borrill J, Dobbs MA, Errard J, Halverson N, Holzapfel WL, Howard J, Jaffe A, Keating B, Kermish Z, Linder E, Miller N, Myers M, Niarchou A, Paar H, Reichardt C, Spieler H, Steinbach B, Stompor R, Tucker C, Quealy E, Richards PL, Zahn Oet al., 2008, POLARBEAR: Ultra-high energy physics with measurements of CMB polarization, Conference on Accelerators in the Universe, Publisher: AMER INST PHYSICS, Pages: 66-+, ISSN: 0094-243X

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Grainger W, Aboobaker AM, Ade P, Aubin F, Baccigalupi C, Bissonnette E, Borrilla J, Dobbs M, Hanany S, Hogen-Chin C, Hubmayr J, Jaffe A, Johnson B, Jones T, Klein J, Korotkov A, Leach S, Lee A, Levinson L, Limon M, Macaluso J, MacDermid K, Matsumura T, Meng X, Miller A, Milligan M, Pascale E, Polsgrove D, Ponthieu N, Reichborn-Kjennerud B, Renbarger T, Sagiv I, Stivoli F, Stompor R, Tran H, Tucker G, Vinokurov J, Zaldarriaga M, Zilic Ket al., 2008, EBEX - The e and B experiment, ISSN: 0277-786X

The E and B Experiment, EBEX, is a Cosmic Microwave Background polarization experiment designed to detect or set upper limits on the signature of primordial gravity waves. Primordial gravity waves are predicted to be produced by inflation, and a measurement of the power spectrum of these gravity waves is a measurement of the energy scale of inflation. EBEX has sufficient sensitivity to detect or set an upper limit at 95% confidence on the energy scale of inflation of < 1.4 × 1016 GeV. This article reviews our strategy for achieving our science goals and discusses the implementation of the instrument.

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De Troia G, Ade PAR, Bock JJ, Bond JR, Borrill J, Boscaleri A, Cabella P, Contaldi CR, Crill BP, de Bernardis P, De Gasperis G, de Oliveira-Costa A, Di Stefano G, Ferreira PG, Hivon E, Jaffe AH, Kisner TS, Kunz M, Jones WC, Lange AE, Liguori M, Masi S, Matarrese S, Mauskopf PD, MacTavish CJ, Melchiorri A, Montroy TE, Natoli P, Netterfield CB, Pascale E, Piacentini F, Pogosyan D, Polenta G, Prunet S, Ricciardi S, Romeo G, Ruhl JE, Santini P, Tegmark M, Veneziani M, Vittorio Net al., 2007, Searching for non-Gaussian signals in the BOOMERANG 2003 CMB maps, ASTROPHYSICAL JOURNAL, Vol: 670, Pages: L73-L76, ISSN: 0004-637X

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Jaffe A, 2007, Space and time gift-wrapped, Nature, Vol: 450, Pages: 32-32, ISSN: 0028-0836

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Niarchou A, Jaffe A, 2007, Imprints of spherical nontrivial topologies on the cosmic microwave background., Phys Rev Lett, Vol: 99, ISSN: 0031-9007

The apparent low power in the cosmic microwave background (CMB) temperature anisotropy power spectrum derived from the Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe motivated us to consider the possibility of a nontrivial topology. We focus on simple spherical multiconnected manifolds and discuss their implications for the CMB in terms of the power spectrum, maps, and the correlation matrix. We perform a Bayesian model comparison against the fiducial best-fit cold dark matter model with a cosmological constant based both on the power spectrum and the correlation matrix to assess their statistical significance. We find that the first-year power spectrum shows a slight preference for the truncated cube space, but the three-year data show no evidence for any of these spaces.

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Johnson BR, Collins J, Abroe ME, Ade PAR, Bock J, Borrill J, Boscaleri A, de Bernardis P, Hanany S, Jaffe AH, Jones T, Lee AT, Levinson L, Matsumura T, Rabii B, Renbarger T, Richards PL, Smoot GF, Stompor R, Tran HT, Winant CD, Wu JHP, Zuntz Jet al., 2007, Maxipol: Cosmic microwave background polarimetry using a rotating half-wave plate, ASTROPHYSICAL JOURNAL, Vol: 665, Pages: 42-54, ISSN: 0004-637X

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Wu JHP, Zuntz J, Abroe ME, Ade PAR, Bock J, Borrill J, Collins J, Hanany S, Jaffe AH, Johnson BR, Jones T, Lee AT, Matsumura T, Rabii B, Renbarger T, Richards PL, Smoot GF, Stompor R, Tran HT, Winant CDet al., 2007, Maxipol: Data analysis and results, ASTROPHYSICAL JOURNAL, Vol: 665, Pages: 55-66, ISSN: 0004-637X

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Johnson BR, Collins J, Abroe ME, Ade PAR, Bock J, Borrill J, Boscaleri A, De Bernardis P, Hanany S, Jaffe AH, Jones T, Lee AT, Levinson L, Matsumura T, Rabii B, Renbarger T, Richards PL, Smoot GF, Stompor R, Tran HT, Winant CD, Wu JHP, Zuntz Jet al., 2007, Maxipol: Cosmic microwave background polarimetry using a rotating half-wave plate, Astrophysical Journal, Vol: 665, Pages: 42-54, ISSN: 0004-637X

We discuss MAXIPOL, a bolometric balloon-borne experiment designed to measure the E-mode polarization of the cosmic microwave background radiation (CMB). MAXIPOL is the first bolometric CMB experiment to observe the sky using rapid polarization modulation. To build MAXIPOL, the CMB temperature anisotropy experiment MAXIMA was retrofitted with a rotating half-wave plate and a stationary analyzer. We describe the instrument, the observations, the calibration, and the reduction of data collected with 12 Polarimeters operating at 140 GHz and with a FWHM beam size of 10′. We present maps of the Q and U Stokes parameters of an 8 deg2 region of the sky near the star β UMi. The power spectra computed from these maps give weak evidence for an EE signal. The maximum likelihood amplitude of ℓ(ℓ + 1)C ℓEE/2π is 55-45+51 μK 2 (68%), and the likelihood function is asymmetric and skewed positive such that with a uniform prior the probability that the amplitude is positive is 96%. This result is consistent with the expected concordance ΛCDM amplitude of 14 μK2. The maximum likelihood amplitudes for ℓ(ℓ + 1)CℓBB/2π and ℓ(ℓ + 1)CℓEB/2π are -31-19+31 and 18-34+27 μK2 (68%), respectively, which are consistent with zero. All of the results are for one bin in the range 151 ≤ ℓ ≤ 693. Tests revealed no residual systematic errors in the time or map domain. A comprehensive discussion of the analysis of the data is presented in a companion paper.

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Piacentini F, Ade PAR, Bock JJ, Bond JR, Borrill J, Boscaleri A, Cabella P, Contaldi CR, Crill BP, de Bernardis P, De Gasperis G, de Oliveira-Costa A, De Troia G, Di Stefano G, Hivon E, Jaffe AH, Kisner TS, Jones WC, Lange AE, Marini-Bettolo C, Masi S, Mauskopf PD, MacTavish CJ, Melchiorri A, Montroy TE, Nati F, Nati L, Natoli P, Netterfield CB, Pascale E, Pogosyan D, Polenta G, Prunet S, Ricciardi S, Romeo G, Ruhl JE, Santini P, Tegmark M, Veneziam M, Vittorio Net al., 2007, CMB polarization with BOOMERANG 2003, Francesco Melchiorri Memorial Conference, Publisher: ELSEVIER SCI LTD, Pages: 244-249, ISSN: 1387-6473

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Masi S, Ade PAR, Bock JJ, Bond JR, Borrill J, Boscaleri A, Cabella P, Contaldi CR, Crill BP, de Bernardis P, De Gasperis G, De Oliveira-Costa A, De Troia G, Di Stefano G, Ehlers P, Hivon E, Hristov V, Iacoangeli A, Jaffe AH, Jones WC, Kisner TS, Lange AE, MacTavish CJ, Bettolo CM, Mason P, Mauskopf PD, Montroy TE, Nati F, Nati L, Natoli P, Netterfield CB, Pascale E, Piacentini F, Pogosyan D, Polenta G, Prunet S, Ricciardi S, Romeo G, Ruhl JE, Santini P, Tegmark M, Torbet E, Veneziani M, Vittorio Net al., 2007, The millimeter sky as seen with BOOMERanG, Francesco Melchiorri Memorial Conference, Publisher: ELSEVIER SCI LTD, Pages: 236-243, ISSN: 1387-6473

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De Troia G, Ade PAR, Bock JJ, Bond JR, Borrill J, Boscaleri A, Cabella P, Contaldi CR, Crill BP, de Bernardis P, de Gasperis G, de Oliveira-Costa A, Di Stefano G, Ferreira PG, Hivon E, Jaffe A, Kisner T, Kunz M, Jones WC, Lange AE, Masi S, Mauskopf PD, MacTavish C, Melchiorri A, Montroy T, Natoli P, Netterfield CB, Pascale E, Piacentini F, Pogosyan D, Polenta G, Prunet S, Ricciardi S, Romeo G, Ruhl JE, Santini P, Tegmark M, Veneziani M, Vittorio Net al., 2007, Searching for non-Gaussian signals in the BOOMERanG 2003 CMB map: Preliminary results, Francesco Melchiorri Memorial Conference, Publisher: ELSEVIER SCI LTD, Pages: 250-255, ISSN: 1387-6473

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Jones WC, Ade PAR, Bock JJ, Bond JR, Borrill J, Boscaleri A, Cabella P, Contaldi CR, Crill BP, de Bernardis P, De Gasperis G, de Oliveira-Costa A, De Troia G, Di Stefano G, Hivon E, Jaffe AH, Kisner TS, Lange AE, MacTavish CJ, Masi S, Mauskopf PD, Melchiorri A, Montroy TE, Natoli P, Netterfield CB, Pascale E, Piacentini F, Pogosyan D, Polenta G, Prunet S, Ricciardi S, Romeo G, Ruhl JE, Santini P, Tegmark M, Veneziani M, Vittorio Net al., 2006, Observations of the temperature and polarization anisotropies with BOOMERANG 2003, Workshop on Fundamental Physics with Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation, Publisher: ELSEVIER SCI LTD, Pages: 945-950, ISSN: 1387-6473

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Masi S, Ade PAR, Bock JJ, Bond JR, Borrill J, Boscaleri A, Cabella P, Contaldi CR, Crill BP, de Bernardis P, De Gasperis G, de Oliveira-Costa A, De Troia G, Di Stefano G, Ehlers P, Hivon E, Hristov V, Iacoangeli A, Jaffe AH, Jones WC, Kisner TS, Lange AE, MacTavish CJ, Bettolo CM, Mason P, Mauskopf PD, Montroy TE, Nati F, Nati L, Natoli P, Netterfield CB, Pascale E, Piacentini F, Pogosyan D, Polenta G, Prunet S, Ricciardi S, Romeo G, Ruhl JE, Santini P, Tegmark M, Torbet E, Veneziani M, Vittorio Net al., 2006, Instrument, method, brightness, and polarization maps from the 2003 flight of BOOMERanG, ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS, Vol: 458, Pages: 687-716, ISSN: 0004-6361

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