Congratulations to Sanfeng Wu for winning the 2023 Sloan Research Fellowship.
Spider is the Cosmic Microwave Background polarimeter, which last flew from Antarctica in 2015. SuperBIT is like the Hubble Space Telescope, but smaller aperture and flies from a balloon. The experiment is run by Prof. Bill Jones and his team.
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Rülke is from London. She is a physics concentrator and is also pursuing a certificate in applied and computational mathematics.
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