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Latest results from BICEP/Keck and plans for the future

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The BICEP /Keck experiments currently have world leading sensitivity to CMB polarization at angular scales of a few degrees and 150 GHz. In conjuction with Planck data at 350 GHz (to constrain galactic dust contamination) these data are starting to set tighter limits on a potential signal from Inflationary Gravitational Waves than can be achieved from non-polarized observations. I will describe the experiment – sited at the South Pole in Antartica – as well as the data analysis and results. I will conclude with the status of new observations at 95 and 220 GHz from BICEP3 and Keck and plans for the future.

This talk is part of the Kavli Institute for Cosmology - Summer Series series.

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