Alessandro Manzotti

KICP Graduate student


Scientific Advisor: Scott Dodelson
 
Contact Information
Location: ERC 448
Email: manzottiuchicago.edu
WWW: Web Site
 
Research
Scientific Advisor: Scott Dodelson

Research Field: Cosmology
CV
 
KICP Highlights & News
 
KICP Publications
2017 | 2016 | 2015 | 2014


Latest Journal Publications
  1. "CMB Polarization B-mode Delensing with SPTpol and Herschel", The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 846, Issue 1, article id. 45, 17 pp. (2017) (Sep 2017)
  2. "A Measurement of CMB Cluster Lensing with SPT and DES Year 1 Data", arXiv:1708.01360 (Aug 2017)
  3. "Measuring galaxy cluster masses with CMB lensing using a Maximum Likelihood estimator: statistical and systematic error budgets for future experiments", Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics, Issue 08, article id. 030 (2017) (Aug 2017)
  4. "Measurements of the Temperature and E-Mode Polarization of the CMB from 500 Square Degrees of SPTpol Data", arXiv:1707.09353 (Jul 2017)
  5. "Cross-correlating 2D and 3D galaxy surveys", Physical Review D, Volume 95, Issue 12, id.123508 (Jun 2017)
  6. "A 2500 square-degree CMB lensing map from combined South Pole Telescope and Planck data", arXiv:1705.00743 (May 2017)
  7. "External priors for the next generation of CMB experiments", Physical Review D, Volume 93, Issue 6, id.063009 (Mar 2016)
  8. "CosmoSIS: Modular cosmological parameter estimation", Astronomy and Computing, Volume 12, p. 45-59 (Sep 2015)
  9. "Mapping the integrated Sachs-Wolfe effect", Physical Review D, Volume 90, Issue 12, id.123009 (Dec 2014)
  10. "CosmoSIS: Cosmological parameter estimation", Astrophysics Source Code Library, record ascl:1409.012 (Sep 2014)
  11. "A coarse grained perturbation theory for the Large Scale Structure, with cosmology and time independence in the UV", Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics, Issue 09, article id. 047, (2014) (Sep 2014)
  12. "Super-sample CMB lensing", Physical Review D, Volume 90, Issue 2, id.023003 (Jul 2014)

Latest Conference Proceedings
  1. "CosmoSIS: modular cosmological parameter estimation", Python in Astronomy 2016, Proceedings of the conference held 21-25 March, 2016 at the University of Washington eScience Institute in Seattle, WA, USA, id.14 (Mar 2016)