Website of Nathan Miller


My main research interest is in cosmology, specifically the cosmic microwave background (CMB). I have done work related to analyzing how beam systematics affect CMB measurements to how well future experiments would constrain neutrino parameters. I currently work on two experiments dedicated to measuring the CMB (on different angular scales): POLARBEAR and CLASS.

I began working on POLARBEAR as a graduate student at UCSD and have worked on many aspects of the data analysis pipeline, from calibration to power spectrum estimation. As a post-doc at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center, I have worked on the Cosmology Large Angular Scale Surveyor (CLASS), specifically looking at systematics associated with the variable-delay polarization modulator (VPM) that will be installed on both CLASS and PIPER.