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Astrophsyics

Physics of the Cosmos Program Analysis Group (PhysPAG)

Past PhysPAG Members

NameInstitutionExpertiseTerm
James Bock*Caltech/JPLCMB2014–2016
Mark Bautz*MITX-rays2014–March 2018
Rachel BeanCornell Univ.Dark Energy2014–2017
Jay BookbinderSAOX-rays2012–2016
Roger BrissendenSAOX-rays2011
John ConklinUniv. of FloridaGravitational Waves2015–current
Neil CornishMontana State Univ.Gravitational Waves2014–2016
Olivier DoréJPLDark Energy2015–2017
Shaul HananyUniv. of MinnesotaCMB2011–2014
Liz HaysGSFCGamma-rays2011–2014
Ralph KraftSAOX-rays2016–current
Henric KrawczynskiWashington Univ. in St. LouisGamma-rays2015–current
Mark McConnellUniv. of New HampshireGamma-rays2014–2016
Amber MillerColumbia Univ.CMB2015–2017
Igor MoskalenkoStanford Univ.Particle Astrophysics2016–current
Guido MuellerUniv. of FloridaGravitational Waves2011–2014
John Nousek*Penn State Univ.X-rays2013–2016
Angela OlintoUniv. of ChicagoAstroparticles2012–2015
Steve Ritz*Univ. of California, Santa CruzGamma-ray2011–2013
James RhodesJPLDark Energy2011–2014
Eun-Suk SeoUniv. of MarylandAstroparticles2014–2016
Edward WollackNASA/GSFCCMB2015–2017

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PCOS News

Program News and Announcements

14 September 2018
NASA's Astrophysics Division issues open call for nominations, including self-nominations, to serve on the Executive Committee of NASA's Physics of the Cosmos Program Analysis Group, or PhysPAG. Deadline for receipt of nominations is October 19, 2018. »  Full details [PDF].
24 July 2018
The National Academies has released information about the 2020 Decadal Survey call for Community Science White Papers. They will be due 7–18 January 2018. See here for further instructions.
1 June 2018
MMA SAG analyzing the benefits of multimessenger observations made possible by NASA observatories in the 2020 decade and beyond launched! Join the kickoff telecon Friday, 8 June, and sign up today! »  Full details
26 Feb 2018
LISA Preparatory Science is a new program element in ROSES 2018 to provide support for U.S. investigators involved in analysis and interpretation of simulated LISA data. Mandatory NOIs are due 19 Mar 2018 and full proposals are due 14 Jun 2018.

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