Cosmic microwave background, Astrophysics, Atacama Cosmology Telescope, Astronomy and Telescope are his primary areas of study. His research integrates issues of Polarization, Planck, Spectral density and Gravitational lens in his study of Cosmic microwave background. His Polarization research integrates issues from Gravitational wave and Frequency band.
His Astrophysics research incorporates elements of Amplitude, Cosmic background radiation and CMB cold spot. His studies in Atacama Cosmology Telescope integrate themes in fields like Sunyaev–Zel'dovich effect and Millimeter. His Telescope research includes themes of Sky, Spica, James Clerk Maxwell Telescope, Bolometer and Aperture.
His primary areas of investigation include Optics, Detector, Cosmic microwave background, Transition edge sensor and Bolometer. His work in Optics addresses subjects such as Microwave, which are connected to disciplines such as Resonator. The study incorporates disciplines such as Pixel, Spectrometer, Optoelectronics, Multiplexer and Multiplexing in addition to Detector.
His Cosmic microwave background study combines topics in areas such as Astronomy, Gravitational wave, Telescope, Astrophysics and Polarization. Many of his studies on Astrophysics apply to Spectral density as well. Gene C. Hilton combines subjects such as Refracting telescope, South Pole Telescope, Amplitude, Cosmic background radiation and Spider with his study of Polarization.
Gene C. Hilton focuses on Cosmic microwave background, Detector, Optics, Polarization and Transition edge sensor. His Cosmic microwave background research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Telescope, Sky, Astrophysics, Astronomy and Gravitational wave. His Astrophysics research includes themes of Amplitude and Spectral density.
His study in Gravitational wave is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Cosmic background radiation and Radio spectrum. The study incorporates disciplines such as Pixel, Neutrino, Noise, Multiplexing and Microwave in addition to Detector. His Polarization research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Leakage, Beam, Refracting telescope and South Pole Telescope.
Gene C. Hilton mainly investigates Cosmic microwave background, Astrophysics, Polarization, Optics and Detector. His Cosmic microwave background research includes elements of Gravitational wave, Planck, Telescope and Sky. His Astrophysics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Amplitude, Spectral density and Cluster.
His work carried out in the field of Polarization brings together such families of science as Cosmic background radiation, Lagrangian point and Multipole expansion. His Optics research focuses on subjects like Microwave, which are linked to Multiplexing and Bandwidth. His studies deal with areas such as Noise, Radio spectrum and Electron capture as well as Detector.
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Detection of $B$-Mode Polarization at Degree Angular Scales by BICEP2
Peter A. R. Ade;R.W. Aikin;D. Barkats;S.J. Benton.
Physical Review Letters (2014)
Joint Analysis of BICEP2/Keck Array and Planck Data
P. A. R. Ade;N. Aghanim;Z. Ahmed;R. W. Aikin.
Physical Review Letters (2015)
Improved Constraints on Cosmology and Foregrounds from BICEP2 and Keck Array Cosmic Microwave Background Data with Inclusion of 95 GHz Band
P. A. R. Ade;Z. Ahmed;R. W. Aikin;K. D. Alexander.
Physical Review Letters (2016)
Amplification and squeezing of quantum noise with a tunable Josephson metamaterial
M. A. Castellanos-Beltran;K. D. Irwin;G. C. Hilton;L. R. Vale.
Nature Physics (2008)
The Simons Observatory : Science goals and forecasts
Peter Ade;James Aguirre;Zeeshan Ahmed;Simone Aiola;Simone Aiola.
Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics (2019)
The Atacama Cosmology Telescope: Cosmological Parameters from the 2008 Power Spectra
J. Dunkley;R. Hlozek;J. Sievers;V. Acquaviva.
arXiv: Cosmology and Nongalactic Astrophysics (2010)
K. D. Irwin;G. C. Hilton.
Cryogenic Particle Detection (2005)
SCUBA-2: the 10 000 pixel bolometer camera on the James Clerk Maxwell Telescope
W. S. Holland;W. S. Holland;D. Bintley;E. L. Chapin;A. Chrysostomou.
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society (2013)
The atacama cosmology telescope: cosmological parameters from the 2008 power spectrum
J. Dunkley;J. Dunkley;R. Hlozek;J. Sievers;V. Acquaviva;V. Acquaviva.
The Astrophysical Journal (2011)
SPT-3G: A Next-Generation Cosmic Microwave Background Polarization Experiment on the South Pole Telescope
B. A. Benson;P. A. R. Ade;Z. Ahmed;S. W. Allen.
arXiv: Instrumentation and Methods for Astrophysics (2014)
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