Daniel Grin

KICP Associate fellow, Professor Department of Physics Haverford College

Ph.D. in Astrophysics, California Institute of Technology, 2010
 
Contact Information
Email: dgrinhaverford.edu
 
Talks, Lectures, & Workshops
 
KICP Publications
2017 | 2016 | 2015 | 2014


Latest Journal Publications
  1. "Probing a panoply of curvaton-decay scenarios using CMB data", Physical Review D, Volume 94, Issue 10, id.103517 (Nov 2016)
  2. "CMB-S4 Science Book, First Edition", arXiv:1610.02743 (Oct 2016)
  3. "Future CMB tests of dark matter: ultra-light axions and massive neutrinos", arXiv:1607.08208 (Jul 2016)
  4. "Search for compensated isocurvature perturbations with Planck power spectra", Physical Review D, Volume 93, Issue 4, id.043008 (Feb 2016)
  5. "A search for ultralight axions using precision cosmological data", Physical Review D, Volume 91, Issue 10, id.103512 (May 2015)
  6. "Spectral distortions from the dissipation of tensor perturbations", Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 446, Issue 3, p.2871-2886 (Jan 2015)
  7. "Probing early-universe phase transitions with CMB spectral distortions", Physical Review D, Volume 90, Issue 8, id.083529 (Oct 2014)
  8. "Tensor Interpretation of BICEP2 Results Severely Constrains Axion Dark Matter", Physical Review Letters, Volume 113, Issue 1, id.011801 (Jul 2014)

Latest Conference Proceedings
  1. "Astrophysics for Older adults in Chicago.", American Astronomical Society, AAS Meeting #229, id.411.05 (Jan 2017)
  2. "Testing the ultra-light axion hypothesis using cosmic microwave background and galaxy clustering data", IAU General Assembly, Meeting #29, id.2243663 (Aug 2015)
  3. "A search for ultra-light axions using precision cosmological data", American Astronomical Society, AAS Meeting #225, id.443.02 (Jan 2015)

 
Visitors
Past Visitors:
  1. Emery Trott, Haverford College (2016)
  2. Yacine Ali-Haimoud, Johns Hopkins University (2015)
  3. Mustafa Amin, Kavli Institute for Cosmology Cambridge (2015)
  4. Jens Chluba, Cambridge University (2015)
  5. Eugene Churazov, Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics (2015)
  6. Cora Dvorkin, Harvard University (2015)
  7. Simone Ferraro, Princeton University (2015)
  8. Karen Kolb Flude, Aging with Ease, Forward Chicago (2015)
  9. Sean McWilliams, West Virginia University (2015)
  10. Andrew Newman, Carnegie Observatories (2015)
  11. Tristan Smith, Swarthmore College (2015)
  12. Mustafa Amin, University of Cambridge institute of Astronomy (2014)
  13. Liang Dai, Johns Hopkins University (2014)
  14. Renee Hlozek, Princeton University (2014)
  15. David Marsh, Perimeter Institute (2014)
  16. Daan Meerburg, Johns Hopkins University (2014)
  17. Benjamin Safdi, MIT (2014)
  18. Tristan Smith, Swarthmore College (2014)
  19. Tejaswi Venumadhav, Caltech (2014)