George F. Smoot III

smoot2006 Nobel Prize for Physics

• October 3, 2006 Press Conference (Video)
• Bibliography of Dr. Smoot’s Works

• October 3, 2006 Press Conference (Video)
The October 3, 2006 press conference at Berkeley Lab introducing its newest Nobel Prize winner, George Smoot, to a throng of visiting media is available for viewing online.

George F. Smoot III, Nobel Prize recipient, 2006

• Bibliography of Dr. Smoot’s Works
LBL-6468: Detection of anisotropy in the cosmic blackbody radiation

LBL-6493: Radiometer system to map the cosmic background radiation

LBL-7553: Abundances and spectra for cosmic ray nuclei from Li to Fe for 2-GeV/n to 150-GeV/n

LBL-8266: Search for linear polarization of the cosmic background radiation

LBL-9282: Southern hemisphere measurements of the anisotropy in the cosmic microwave background radiation

LBL-10964: Large angular scale anisotropy in the cosmic background radiation

LBL-11362: Polarization of the cosmic background radiation

LBL-15223: 3-mm anisotropy measurement: on the quadrupole component in the cosmic background radiation

LBL-16180: Measurements of the cosmic background radiation temperature at 3.3-mm and 9.1-mm

LBL-16181: Low frequency measurement of the spectrum of the cosmic background radiation

LBL-16182: A measurement of the cosmic background radiation temperature at 3.0-cm

LBL-18602: Low-frequency measurements of the cosmic background radiation spectrum

LBL-18745: New measurements of the cosmic background radiation spectrum

LBL-19323: New 33-GHz measurements of the cosmic background radiation intensity

LBL-20344: The spectrum of the cosmic background radiation: early and recent measurements from the White Mountain Research Station

LBL-20942: Review of cosmic background radiation spectrum measurements: limits on distortions, energy release and cosmological processes

LBL-21198: New measurements of the cosmic background radiation temperature at 3.3-mm wavelength

LBL-22845: A large l band rectangular corrugated horn

LBL-23014: Long wavelength measurements of the cosmic microwave background radiation spectrum

LBL-23300: Measurement of the intensity of the cosmic background radiation at 3.7-GHz

LBL-23781: An analysis of recent measurements of the temperature of the cosmic microwave background radiation

LBL-25141: Formaldehyde absorption toward W51

LBL-25514: Technical aspects of a germanium calorimeter for space-borne gamma-ray detection

LBL-25732: The cryogenic system for the ASTROMAG test coil

LBL-27451: A Measurement of the Temperature of the Cosmic Microwave Background at a Frequency of 7.5 GHz

LBL-27826: Design and Testing of a Superfluid Liquid Helium Cooling Loop

LBL-28024: Low-Frequency Measurements of the CMB Spectrum

LBL-28025: The Temperature of the Cosmic Background Radiation: Results from the 1987 and 1988 Measurements at 3.8 GHz

LBL-29007: A Liquid-Helium-Cooled Absolute Reference Cold Load for Long-Wavelength Radiometric Calibration

LBL-30283: The Temperature of the Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation at 3.8 GHz; Results of a Measurement from the South Pole Site

LBL-30785: Measurements of Retractable Gas-Cooled 6061 Aluminum Electrical Leads Operating in a Vacuum

LBL-30773: The Astromag Superconducting Magnet Facility Configured for a Free Flying Satellite

LBL-30785: Measurements of Retractable Gas-Cooled 6061 Aluminum Electrical Leads Operating in a Vacuum

LBL-30785 Book Chapter: Measurements of Retractable Gas-Cooled 6061 Aluminum Electrical Leads Operating in a Vacuum

LBL-31433: A Measurement of the Cosmic Microwave Background Temperature at 7.5 GHz

LBL-31460: String-Inspired Supergravity Model at One Loop

LBL-31461: Correspondence between Microwave and Submillimeter Absorptivity in Epitaxial Thin Films of YBa{sub 2}Cu{sub 3}O{sub 7}

LBL-31468: A 2-GHz Rectangular Corrugated Horn

LBL-32566: Measurements of the Cosmic Microwave Background Temperature at 1.47 GHz

LBL-34160: A Research Program to Map the Galactic Emission at Low Frequencies

LBL-34161: Measurements of Radiofrequency Interference in the 400-1500 MHz Range at Selected Sites in Colombia

LBL-34438: Gravity’s Rainbow

LBL-35793: COBE Observations of the Early Universe

LBL-36438: Constraints on the Topology of the Universe from the 2 Year COBE Data

LBL-36439: Hot and Cold Spots in the First Plus Second Year COBE/DMR Maps

LBL-37364: Asymmetric Square-wave Dicke-Switched Receivers

LBL-37521: The Gamma-ray Galactic Diffuse Radiation and Cerenkov Telescopes

LBL-37891: Can the Lack of Symmetry in the COBE/DMR Maps Constraian the Topology of the Universe?

LBL-38288: Long Wavelength Observations of High Galactic Latitude Dust

LBL-38321 Draft: Technology Development for a Neutrino Astrophysical Observatory

LBL-38321: Technology Development for a Neutrino Astrophysical Observatory

LBNL-40074: Contribution of extragalactic infrared sources to cosmic microwave background foreground anisotropy

LBNL-40325: Small angular scale simulations of the microwave sky

LBNL-40326: The dipole observed in the COBE DMR 4 year data

LBNL-48948: The MAXIMA and MAXIPOL experiments

LBNL-51137: The SNAP near infrared detectors

LBNL-51151: Wide-field surveys from the SNAP mission

LBNL-51189: The SNAP focal plane

LBNL-51190: SNAP telescope

LBNL-51191: Overview of the SuperNova/Acceleration Probe (SNAP)

LBNL-51199: An integral spectrograph for SNAP supernova studies

LBNL-53305: SNAP satellite focal plane development

LBNL-53497: Determining foreground contamination in CMB observations: Diffuse galactic emission in the MAXIMA-I field

LBNL-53498: Multiple methods for estimating the bispectrum of the cosmic microwave background with application to the MAXIMA data

LBNL-53536: Weak Lensing from Space I: Instrumentation and Survey Strategy

LBNL-55972: Supernova/Acceleration Probe: A Satellite Experiment to Study the Nature of the Dark Energy

LBNL-60038: MAXIMA-1: A Measurement of the Cosmic Microwave Background Anisotropy on angular scales of 10′ to 5 degrees

PUB-801: A determination of the spectral index of galatic synchrotron emission in the 1-10 GHz Range

QB981 .S695 1993: Wrinkles in time

Video 69: Large scale cosmic microwave background anisotropy detected by the CUBE differential microwave radiometers.

Video 70: Big Bang [newscasts].

Video 71: Big bang theory [assembled newscasts].

Video 72: Seeds of the universe.

Video 124: The Birth of the universe.