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Marco Viero
California Institute of Technology
1200 E. California Blvd., Mail Code 367-17
Pasadena, CA 91125
tel 626 395 3489
fax 626 396 2366
marco.viero [at] caltech.edu

I am a postdoc in the Observational Cosmology (OBSCO) group at Caltech. My research is focused on understanding the galaxy formation history of the Universe, and how it relates to large-scale structure. My work primarily involves measuring correlations in the cosmic far-infrared background in data spanning the near-infrared to the millimeter and radio. My thesis project was BLAST, a balloon born telescope which I played a large part in designing, building, flying, and pipelining raw data into timestreams and maps.

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Publications


Selected Publications:

"Are Compact Massive Galaxies at High-z Really Quiescent? A Mid-Infrared to Submillimeter Study of the GOODS NICMOS Survey Sample'', M. P. Viero, L. Moncelsi, F. Buitrago, G. Marsden, A. E. Bauer, Ignacio Trujillo, C. J. Conselice, P. G. Perez-Gonzalez, E. L. Chapin, M. J. Devlin, M. Halpern, E. Mentuch, C. B. Netterfield, L. Olmi, E. Pascale, M. Rex, D. Scott, M. D. P. Truch, D. V. Wiebe, 2010, Submitted to Astrophysical Journal Letters

"BLAST: Correlations in the Cosmic Far-Infrared Background at 250, 350, and 500 um Reveal Clustering of Star-Forming Galaxies'' M. P. Viero, P. A. R. Ade, J. J. Bock, E. L. Chapin, M. J. Devlin, M. Griffin, J. O. Gundersen, M. Halpern, P. C. Hargrave, D. H. Hughes, J. Klein, C. J. MacTavish, G. Marsden, P. G. Martin, P. Mauskopf, L. Moncelsi, M. Negrello, C. B. Netterfield, L. Olmi, G. Patanchon, M. Rex, D. Scott, C. Semisch, N. Thomas, M. D. P. Truch, C. Tucker, G. S. Tucker, D. V. Wiebe. 2009, Astrophysical Journal, 707, 1766


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