Being our most direct probe of the early universe, Cosmic Microwave Background (CMB) is arguably the most significant source of information that has led to our current understanding of modern cosmology. Being a cosmologist, naturally, many of my studies have been related to the CMB in one way or another. Most of my work on CMB, however, concentrates on secondary anisotropies, or foregrounds, that are generated in the low redshift universe. For more details see:
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