ISAS Space Science Colloquium & Space Science Seminar
Instrumentation for future CMB and Far Infrared projects
Institut d'Astrophysique Spatiale, France
The Planck and Herschel space missions have produced great results but have also shown some limitations and systematics that future missions will have to overcome.
New technologies are being developed to gain in sensitivity and potentially reduced their systematics for polarisation measurements. Some of these new technologies, particularly focusing on the detection chain and its cold optics, will be presented with a focus on their preliminary performance together with new ways to characterise and calibrate these.
Place: Shin-A 2F Conf. room A (1257) / 新A棟２階会議室A（1257号室）