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Department of Physics

Dr. Lyman Page
Princeton University
 Dr. Lyman Page
The CMB and Neutrinos
102 Cardwell Hall
April 25, 2016
4:30 p.m.
 

The standard model of cosmology has passed many stringent tests and its basic parameters have been tightly constrained. The model is now so well established that we may use it as a foundation to address such questions as "What is the sum of the neutrino masses?" and "How many neutrino-like species are there?"

We review the status of observations and recent results. We also present what we might hope to learn in the next half decade of observations.