Barron Cosmology Lab
Our groups works on instruments to study the polarization of the cosmic microwave background. Right now our research focuses on the POLARBEAR project, working on the deployment of three new telescopes as part of the Simons Array.
We looking for motivated students interested in instrumentation and data analysis.
Information about applying to the UNM Physics and Astronomy department can be found here, including information on spring admissions.
Darcy Barron was featured in another STEM shoutout about my new project funded by the Women in STEM Award.
Thanks again to Felina and ADVANCE at UNM for the nice article!
We have moved into the PAIS (Physics, Astronomy, and Interdisciplinary Science) building, which opened Fall 2019.
Here's what the lab looked like as of March 2019:
And one year later, March 2020:
Darcy Barron was featured in ADVANCE at UNM's August STEM shoutout series. Thanks to Felina Martinez for the nice write-up!