Jeffrey P Filippini
- Observational Cosmology
- Particle Astrophysics
My research interests lie at the intersection between the universe's workings on its largest and smallest scales. Recent work includes:(1) Observational cosmology with the cosmic microwave background, particularly the search for evidence of primordial gravitational waves with balloon-borne (SPIDER) and terrestrial (the BICEP/KeckArray program) instruments.(2) Searches for the interactions of particle dark matter in terrestrial detectors.(3) Development of advanced instrumentation for astrophysics and fundamental physics, often involving detectors operated at sub-Kelvin temperatures.My work involves both instrumentation development and data analysis.
- 2008 Ph.D. Physics, University of California, Berkeley
- 2004 M.A. Physics, University of California, Berkeley
- 2002 A.B. Chemistry and Physics, Harvard University