Fermilab scientist and College of Chicago Professor Josh Frieman has been awarded an American Astronomical Society Fellowship, the primary at Fermilab.
With this award, AAS acknowledges Frieman’s vital theoretical contributions to inflationary cosmology and darkish vitality idea and his contributions to optical surveys.
The AAS Fellowship was established to acknowledge members for his or her contributions towards the AAS mission of enhancing and sharing humanity’s scientific understanding of the universe, together with authentic analysis, astronomical strategies or instrumentation, schooling and public outreach and repair to astronomy and to the AAS.
Frieman is at the moment the top of the Fermilab Particle Physics Division and is a professor of Astronomy and Astrophysics on the College of Chicago. He led the Darkish Power Survey from 2010-18. A fellow of the American Bodily Society, the American Affiliation for the Development of Science and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, he’s previous chair of the American Bodily Society Division of Astrophysics. Frieman is at the moment president of the Aspen Heart for Physics. He beforehand served on the Particle Physics Mission Prioritization Panel of the Excessive Power Physics Advisory Panel, on the Astro 2010 Decadal Survey Committee, and on the Astronomy and Astrophysics Advisory Committee.
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