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Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics

Career

  • 2017 - present : PhD student, Centre for Theoretical Cosmology, DAMTP, Cambridge
  • 2016 - 2017 : Part III Maths, DAMTP, University of Cambridge
  • 2013 - 2016 : Optical engineering degree, IOGS, France

Research

My name is Benjamin Beringue, I am a member of the Centre for Theoretical Cosmology and of the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics GR group. My supervisor is Dr Daan Meerburg (site). My research interests encompass most of the aspects of CMB cosmology from deriving methods to optimally extract the cosmological information available to implementing component separation methods for future CMB experiments. More details are available on my personal website.

Selected Publications

  • Beringue, Meerburg, Meyers & Battaglia, Cosmology with Rayleigh Scattering of the CMB, arxiv
  • Coulton, Beringue & Meerburg, The primordial information content of Rayleigh Anisotropies, arxiv
  • Sehgal et al. Science from an Ultra-Deep, High-Resolution Millimeter-Wave Survey, arxiv
  • Stacey et al. CCAT-prime: Science with an Ultra-widefield Submillimeter Observatory at Cerro Chajnantor, arxiv

Research Group

Relativity and Gravitation

Room

B0.08

Telephone

01223 766835