Matias Zaldarriaga

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Matias Zaldarriaga is an Argentinean cosmologist.wikipedia
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CMBFAST

Together with Uros Seljak, he developed the CMBFAST code, the first computationally efficient method for computing the anisotropy of the CMB for an arbitrary set of cosmological parameters.
In physical cosmology, CMBFAST is a computer code, written by Uros Seljak and Matias Zaldarriaga, for computing the anisotropy of the cosmic microwave background.

Uroš Seljak

Uros Seljak
Together with Uros Seljak, he developed the CMBFAST code, the first computationally efficient method for computing the anisotropy of the CMB for an arbitrary set of cosmological parameters.
Together with Matias Zaldarriaga, he developed the CMBFAST code, the first computationally efficient method for computing the anisotropy of the cosmic microwave background radiation for an arbitrary set of cosmological parameters.

MacArthur Fellows Program

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2006, he was the recipient of a MacArthur Fellowship.

Argentines

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Matias Zaldarriaga is an Argentinean cosmologist.

Coghlan, Buenos Aires

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Born in Coghlan neighbourhood, Buenos Aires, at the present time he works in the Institute for Advanced Study located in Princeton, New Jersey, United States.

Buenos Aires

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Born in Coghlan neighbourhood, Buenos Aires, at the present time he works in the Institute for Advanced Study located in Princeton, New Jersey, United States.

Institute for Advanced Study

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Born in Coghlan neighbourhood, Buenos Aires, at the present time he works in the Institute for Advanced Study located in Princeton, New Jersey, United States.

Cosmic microwave background

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He is known especially for his work on the cosmic microwave background (CMB).

National Academy of Sciences

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In 2018, he was elected a member of the National Academy of Sciences.

Helen B. Warner Prize for Astronomy

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In 2003, he was awarded the Helen B. Warner Prize for Astronomy by the

American Astronomical Society

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American Astronomical Society, and in 2005 he won the Gribov Medal of the European Physical Society.

European Physical Society

EPSEuroPhysics PrizeEuropean Physics Society
American Astronomical Society, and in 2005 he won the Gribov Medal of the European Physical Society.

Fast Fourier Transform Telescope

Fast Fourier Transform Telescope is Tegmark and Zaldarriaga's name for a design for an all-digital synthetic-aperture telescope.

List of cosmological computation software

CMBFAST is a computer code, developed by Uroš Seljak and Matias Zaldarriaga (based on a Boltzmann code written by Edmund Bertschinger, Chung-Pei Ma and Paul Bode) for computing the power spectrum of the cosmic microwave background anisotropy.

Astronomical interferometer

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Max Tegmark and Matias Zaldarriaga have proposed the Fast Fourier Transform Telescope which would rely on extensive computer power rather than standard lenses and mirrors.

History of the telescope

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In 2008, Max Tegmark and Matias Zaldarriaga proposed a "Fast Fourier Transform Telescope" design in which the lenses and mirrors could be dispensed with altogether when computers become fast enough to perform all the necessary transforms.