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					                                         Bradford	
  A.	
  Benson	
  
                                                Curriculum Vitae

	
  
       Contact__________________________________________________________
       University of Chicago                                                    Phone (773) 702-6452
       LASR 130                                                                   Fax: (773) 834-8279
       933 E. 56th Street                                                  bbenson@kicp.uchicago.edu
       Chicago, IL 60637

       Research Interests_________________________________________________
               	
  


       I am an experimental cosmologist and observational astronomer whose research focuses on
       studies of structure formation, clusters of galaxies, sub-mm and mm-wavelength detector
       development, and measurements of fine-scale cosmic microwave background (CMB)
       temperature and polarization anisotropy. I am interested in cosmological questions such as:
       What is the nature of dark energy? What is the mass of the neutrino? What physics was
       responsible for, and what is the energy scale, of Inflation? I also make multi-wavelength
       observations of clusters of galaxies to study the interplay of the three dominant components
       of matter in the universe; stars and galaxies, hot gas, and dark matter.

       Career and Education___________________________________________
       2008-     University of Chicago, KICP Fellow
                       - Postgraduate Mentor: John E. Carlstrom
       2004-2008 University of California-Berkeley, Postdoctoral Researcher
                       - Postgraduate Mentor: William L. Holzapfel
       1999-2004 Stanford University, Ph.D., M.S., Physics
                       - Graduate Advisor: Sarah E. Church
                       - Thesis: “Spectral Measurements of the Sunyaev-Zel’dovich Effect”
       1995-1999 University of Wisconsin-Madison, B.A., Physics and Mathematics
                       -Undergraduate Advisors: Dan McCammon and Donald Cox

       Research History_______________________________________________
       2006-          South Pole Telescope Polarimeter (SPTpol)
                      - 600 sq deg arcminute resolution survey at 2 and 3 mm to measure the
                        polarization anisotropy of the CMB. Observations begin in February 2012.
                      - Primary goals: to measure the neutrino mass, to search for signatures of
                        gravity waves from Inflation, and to expand the SPT cluster survey.
                      - I am responsible for the SPTpol optical design, focal plane optimization, sub-
                        Kelvin cryogenics, receiver cryostat design, assembly, and integration. I am
                        also a member of the analysis and science team.
       2004-          South Pole Telescope (SPT)
                      - 2500 sq deg arcminute resolution survey at 1.4, 2, and 3 mm to search for
                        galaxy clusters via the Sunyaev-Zel’dovich (SZ) effect.
                      - Primary goals: cluster survey to constrain dark energy via its effect on the
                        growth of structure, and measuring fine-scale CMB anisotropy,
                      - I played a leading role in the design and construction of the receiver,
                        including the development of the SQUID readout electronics and the
                        superconducting transition edge sensor (TES) detector array. I am currently
                        working on the cosmological analysis of the SPT cluster survey results, and
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             leading the X-ray follow-up program. I am also Co-I on multiple other follow-
             up proposals, including the XMM-Newton, Hubble, Herschel, and Spitzer
             space telescopes and ground-based weak lensing measurements with
             Magellan.
1999-2005 Sunyaev-Zel’dovich Infrared Experiment (SuZIE)
          - Pioneering 0.85, 1.4, and 2.0 mm NTD germanium bolometer experiment to
             measure the spectrum of the SZ effect. I lead and co-wrote 7 observing
             proposals on the Caltech Sub-millimeter Observatory (CSO) on Mauna Kea,
             and was responsible for the SuZIE instrument and all data analysis.
1998-1999 Hydro-dynamical modeling of the Interstellar Medium
          - I wrote hydro-dynamical code to model the cooling of shocked interstellar gas.
1996-1998 X-ray Quantum Calorimeter (XQC)
          - The XQC was a rocket-borne array of superconducting TES detectors to
             measure the diffuse X-ray Background. Performed lab work, cryogenic tests,
             and wrote analysis software.

References______________________________________________________
	
  


Prof.	
  John	
  Carlstrom,	
  University	
  of	
  Chicago,	
  jc@kicp.uchicago.edu	
  
Prof.	
  William	
  Holzapfel,	
  University	
  of	
  California-­‐Berkeley,	
  swlh@cosmology.berkeley.edu	
  
Prof.	
  Sarah	
  Church,	
  Stanford	
  University,	
  schurch@stanford.edu	
  
Prof.	
  Nils	
  Halverson,	
  University	
  of	
  Colorado-­‐Boulder,	
  nils.halverson@colorado.edu	
  
Prof.	
  Stephan	
  Meyer,	
  University	
  of	
  Chicago,	
  meyer@oddjob.uchicago.edu	
  
Prof.	
  John	
  Ruhl,	
  Case	
  Western	
  Reserve	
  University,	
  ruhl@case.edu	
  
Dr.	
  Hsiao-­Mei	
  (Sherry)	
  Cho,	
  National	
  Institute	
  of	
  Standards	
  and	
  Technology,	
  hmcho@nist.gov	
  

Approved Observing Proposals_________________________________
Chandra          PI: March 2011, Visionary Project, AO-13, 46 targets - 2070.7 ksec,
                 $392,641 – “Cosmology and Cluster Evolution from the 80 Most Massive Galaxy
                 Clusters in the 2000 Sq. Deg. South Pole Telescope Survey”
                 PI: March 2009, AO-11, Archive/Theory, $82,374 – “Studying Cluster Physics
                 to the Virial Radius with Combined X-ray and SZ Measurements”
XMM              PI: October 2010, AO-10, 14 targets, 263 ksec, $90,603 – “Cosmological
                 Constraints from X-ray Observations of SZ Discovered Clusters”
                 Co-I: October 2010, AO-10, 9 targets, 599 ksec, “A Combined X-ray and SZ
                 Study of the Growth of Cosmic Structure”
                 PI: October 2008, AO-8, 6 targets, 123 ksec, $80,403, “Observations of Galaxy
                 Clusters Discovered by an SZ Survey”
Hubble           Co-I: February 2011, Cycle 19, 7 targets – 35 orbits – “Weak Lensing Masses
                 of the Highest Redshift Galaxy Clusters from the SPT SZ Survey”
                 Co-I: February 2010, Cycle 18, 7 targets – 35 orbits – “Weak Lensing Mass
                 Calibration of SZ-Selected Clusters”
Spitzer          Co-I: February 2011, GO-8, 100 deg2 –766 hrs –“The SPT-Spitzer Deep Field”
                 Co-I: February 2011, GO-8, 156 targets – 66.5 hrs – “The Most Massive, High
                 Redshift Clusters in the Universe ”
NOAO             Co-I: September 2010, Multi-Cycle Program on Gemini-South, 85
                 clusters - 23 nights – “Spectroscopy of Galaxies in Massive Clusters: Galaxy
                 Properties of Dynamical Cluster Mass Calibration”
       	
  
       	
  
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Scholarships and Awards_____________________________________
2008          Kavli Institute for Cosmological Physics Postdoctoral Fellowship
2004          Nominated by Classmates to Speak at Stanford Physics Graduation Ceremony
2003          Graduate Mentor Fellowship
1999          Graduated with Honors and Distinction from University of Wisconsin-Madison
1999          Wisconsin Space Grant Consortium Scholarship

Teaching Experience_____________________________________________
2008-               University of Chicago: Co-supervised graduate students: Lindsey
                    Bleem, Abigail Crites, Tyler Natoli, Kyle Story
2004-2008           University of California-Berkeley: Co-supervised graduate students:
                    Elizabeth George, Martin Lueker, Thomas Plagge, Erik Shirokoff
2000-2004           Stanford University: Co-supervised undergraduate students: Alison
                    Brizius, Seebany Datta-Barua, Cara Henson, Evan Kirby, Judy Lau, Tess
                    Williams
Summer 2003         Stanford University, TA, Physics 50, Observational Astronomy, Prof.
                    Sarah Church
Winter 2003         Stanford University, TA, Physics 107 Intermediate Laboratory: Lasers
                    & Optics, Prof. Vladan Vuletic
Fall 2002           Stanford University, TA, Physics 50, Observational Astronomy, Prof.
                    Blas Cabrera
Fall 2001           Stanford University, TA, Physics 105, Intermediate Laboratory: Analog
                    Electronics, Dr. Rick Pam
Spring 2000         Stanford University, TA, Physics 107, Intermediate Laboratory: Lasers
                    & Optics, Prof. Steven Chu
Fall 1999           Stanford University, TA, Physics 47, Light & Heat, Prof. Doug Osheroff

Examples of Synergistic Activities______________________________
Public Science Lecture at the Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station November, 2009. Teacher at
Yerkes Summer Institute, a week-long summer program for Chicago area high school students,
August 2009. Guest speaker about the SPT at the Antarctic Deep Freeze Association, June,
2009. Volunteer at Adler Planetarium, Chicago, 2009. Participated in several live webcasts from
the South Pole to the San Francisco Exploratorium between 2007-2009. Public Tour Guide at the
National Solar Observatory, Sunspot, NM, Summer 1998. Full Member: American Astronomical
Society. Reviewer: Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, The Astrophysical Journal,
Astroparticle Physics.
       	
  
Selected Talks__________________________________________________
Aug. 2012     Invited: International Astronomical Union (IAU) Meeting, Beijing, China –
              “Cosmology with Sunyaev-Zel’dovich-Selected Clusters by the South Pole Telescope”
Apr. 2012     Invited: American Physical Society (APS) Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia –
              “Measurements of Small Scale CMB Anisotropy with the South Pole Telescope”
Sept. 2011    SZX – Cosmology with X-ray and SZ Observations of Clusters – Huntsville, AL –
              “Cosmological Constraints from the SPT Cluster Survey”
Mar. 2011     Invited: KITP - Monsters, Inc.: Astrophysics and Cosmology with Galaxy Clusters,
              “Cosmological Constraints from Cluster Abundance and Evolution”
Feb. 2011     Invited: Princeton Planck Meeting – Princeton University – “South Pole Telescope:
              Sunyaev-Zel’dovich Effect Results”
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Feb. 2011   Invited: Astrophysics Seminar – Arizona State University – “Observing the
            Evolution of the Universe using the Cosmic Microwave Background (CMB)”
Feb. 2011   Invited: Astrophysics Seminar – Massachusetts Institute of Technology – “Observing
            the Evolution of the Universe using the Cosmic Microwave Background (CMB)”
Jan. 2011   Invited: Seattle AAS #217 – Seattle, WA – “The South Pole Telescope: Cluster
            Catalog and Cosmological Results”
Jan. 2011   Invited: Cosmology Seminar – University of Chicago – “Observing the Evolution of
            the Universe using the Cosmic Microwave Background (CMB)”
July 2010   Galaxy Clusters 2010 – MPE Garching - “X-ray Properties of SZ Selected Clusters by
            the South Pole Telescope”
Apr. 2010   Snowcluster Conference – Utah, “Studying Clusters with the South Pole Telescope”
Feb. 2010   Clusters Seminar – MPE Garching, “The South Pole Telescope: First Results”
Jan. 2010   MIT-Stanford-Sweden Clusters Meeting – MIT, “Studying Clusters to their Virial
            Radius using the South Pole Telescope”
Nov. 2009   Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station Science Lecture, “The 10-meter South Pole
            Telescope, and a Brief History of Studying the Big Bang from the South Pole”
July 2009   SZ Clusters Conference – Bonn, Germany, “Understanding Massive Clusters of
            Galaxies with the South Pole Telescope”
June 2009   The Antarctic Deep Freeze Association – Madison, WI, “The 10-meter South Pole
            Telescope, and a Brief History of Studying the Big Bang from the South Pole”
Mar. 2009   The SZ Universe Conference – The Perimeter Institute, Waterloo, Canada,
            “Studying Clusters with the South Pole Telescope”
Mar. 2009   Dark Energy Survey (DES) Working Group Meeting – SLAC, Stanford, CA, “Pointed
            Cluster Observations with the South Pole Telescope”
Nov 2008    Great Surveys of Astronomy – Santa Fe, NM “Sunyaev-Zel’dovich Surveys, the South
            Pole Telescope, and Onwards”
Mar. 2008   Astrophysics and Cosmology Colloquium – University of Wisconsin-Madison,
            “Finding Clusters of Galaxies Using the South Pole Telescope”
May 2007    Cosmology Colloquium – California Institute of Technology, “Deployment and First
            Light for the South Pole Telescope”
May 2005    Bay Area Friends of Cosmology Conference – SLAC, Stanford, C, “The Sunyaev-
            Zel’dovich Infrared Experiment (SuZIE)”
Mar. 2004   Astrophysics Colloquium – University of California-San Diego, “Studying Clusters of
            Galaxies using the Sunyaev-Zel’dovich Effect”
Nov. 2003   Astrophysics and Cosmology Colloquium – University of California-Berkeley,
            “Measurements of the Spectrum of the Sunyaev-Zel’dovich Effect”
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In Preparation Papers___________________________________________
   1) Van Engelen, A., Holder, G.P., … Benson, B.A., … et al. [50 Authors], “A Measurement
      of the Gravitational Lensing of the Cosmic Microwave Background from Two-Years of
      South Pole Telescope Observations”, 2012, expected Jan. 2012 submission
   2) Reichardt, C.L., Stalder, B., … Benson, B.A., … et al. [74 Authors], “Galaxy Clusters
      Selected with the Sunyaev-Zel’dovich Effect from Two-Years of the South Pole Telescope
      Cluster Survey”, 2012, expected Feb. 2012 submission
Refereed Publications__________________________________________
   1) Benson, B.A., de Haan, T., ... et al. [79 Authors], “Cosmological Constraints from
      Sunyaev-Zel'dovich-Selected Clusters with X-ray Observations in the First 178 Square
      Degrees of the South Pole Telescope Survey”, 2011, ApJ submitted, astro-ph/1112.5435
   2) Dobbs, M.A., Lueker, M., … Benson, B.A., … et al. [49 Authors], “Frequency
      Multiplexed SQUID Readout of Large Bolometer Arrays for Cosmic Microwave
      Background Measurements”, 2011, Review of Scientific Instruments submitted,
      arXiv/1112.4215D
   3) Zahn, O., Reichardt, C.L., … Benson, B.A., … et al. [50 Authors], “Cosmic Microwave
      Background Constraints on the History of the Epoch of Reionization using Data from the
      South Pole Telescope”, 2011, ApJ submitted, astro-ph/1111.6386
   4) Reichardt, C.L., Shaw, L.D., … Benson, B.A., … et al. [49 Authors], “A Measurement of
      Secondary Cosmic Microwave Background Anisotropies with Two Years of South Pole
      Telescope Observations”, 2011, ApJ Submitted, astro-ph/1111.0932
   5) Greve, T.R., Vieira, J.D., … Benson, B.A., … et al. [66 Authors], “Submillimeter
      Observations of Extreme Millimeter Bright Galaxies Discovered by the South Pole
      Telescope”, 2011, ApJ Submitted
   6) Keisler, R., Reichardt, C.L., … Benson, B.A., … et al. [49 Authors], “A Measurement of
      the Damping Tail of the Cosmic Microwave Background Power Spectrum with the South
      Pole Telescope”, 2011, ApJ, 743, 28
   7) Schaffer, K.S., Crawford, T.C., … Benson, B.A., … et al. [43 Authors], “The First Public
      Data Release of the South Pole Telescope Data: Maps of a 95-Square-Degree Field from
      2008 Observations”, 2011, ApJ, 743, 90
   8) Williamson, R., Benson, B.A., … et al. [74 Authors], “An SZ-selected sample of the most
      massive galaxy clusters in the 2500-square-degree South Pole Telescope survey”, 2011,
      ApJ, 738, 139
   9) Andersson, K., Benson, B.A., et al. [63 Authors], “X-ray Properties of the First Sunyaev-
      Zel’dovich Effect Selected Galaxy Cluster Sample from the South Pole Telescope”, 2011,
      ApJ, 738, 48
   10) Shirokoff, E., Reichardt, C.L., … Benson, B.A., et al. [46 Authors], “Improved
       Constraints on Cosmic Microwave Background Secondary Anisotropies from the
       Complete 2008 South Pole Telescope Data”, 2011, ApJ, 736, 61
   11) Story, K., Aird, K.A., … Benson, B.A., et al. [62 Authors], “South Pole Telescope
       Detections of the Previously Unconfirmed Planck Early Sunyaev-Zel’dovich Clusters in
       the Southern Hemisphere”, 2011, ApJ, 735, 36
   12) Zenteno, A., Song, J., … Benson, B.A., et al. [25 Authors], “A Multiband Study of
       Galaxy Populations of the First Four Sunyaev-Zel’dovich Effect Selected Galaxy
       Clusters”, 2011, ApJ, 734, 3
   13) J.E. Carlstrom, Ade., P.A.R., … B. A. Benson, et al [40 Authors], “The South Pole
       Telescope”, 2011, PASP, 123, 568
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14) Foley, R.J., Andersson, K., … Benson, B.A., et al. [73 Authors], “Discovery and
    Cosmological Implications of SPT-CL J2106-5844, the Most Massive Known Cluster at z
    > 1”, 2011, ApJ, 731, 86
15) High, F. W., Stalder, B.S., … Benson, B.A., et al. [71 Authors], “Optical Redshift and
    Richness Estimates for Galaxy Clusters Selected with the Sunyaev-Zel'dovich Effect from
    2008 South Pole Telescope Observations, 2010, ApJ, 723, 1736
16) Vanderlinde, K., Crawford, T.C., … Benson, B.A., et al. [59 Authors], “Galaxy Clusters
    Selected with the Sunyaev-Zel'dovich Effect from 2008 South Pole Telescope
    Observations”, ApJ, 2010, 722, 1180
17) Brodwin, M., Ruel, J., … Benson, B.A., et al. [67 Authors], “SPT-CL J0546-5345: A
    Massive z>1 Galaxy Cluster Selected Via the Sunyaev-Zel'dovich Effect with the South
    Pole Telescope”, 2010, ApJ, 721, 90
18) Lueker, M., Reichardt, C.L., … Benson, B.A., et al. [44 Authors], “Measurements of
    Secondary Cosmic Microwave Background Anisotropies with the South Pole Telescope”,
    2010, ApJ, 719, 1045
19) Vieira, J. D., Crawford, T.C., … Benson, B.A., et al. [55 Authors], “Extragalactic
    millimeter-wave sources in South Pole Telescope survey data: source counts, catalog, and
    statistics for an 87 square-degree field”, 2010, ApJ, 719, 763
20) Hall, N. R., Keisler, R.K., … Benson, B.A., et al. [45 Authors], “Angular Power Spectra
    of the Millimeter Wavelength Background Light from Dusty Star-forming Galaxies with
    the South Pole Telescope”, 2010, ApJ, 718, 632
21) Henning, J.W., Appel, J., … Benson, B.A., et al. [39 Authors], “Optical efficiency of
    feedhorn-coupled TES polarimeters for next-generation CMB instruments”, 2010,
    Proceedings of the SPIE, Volume 7741, pp. 774122
22) Šuhada, R.; Song, J.; Böhringer, H.; Benson, B. A.; Mohr, J.; Fassbender, R.;
    Finoguenov, A.; Pierini, D.; Pratt, G. W.; Andersson, K.; Armstrong, R.; Desai, S.,
    “XMM-Newton detection of two clusters of galaxies with strong SPT Sunyaev-Zel'dovich
    effect signatures”, 2010, A&A, 514, 3
23) Plagge, T.; Benson, B. A., … et al., “Sunyaev-Zel'dovich Cluster Profiles Measured with
    the South Pole Telescope”, 2010, ApJ, 716, 1118
24) M. Nord, Basu, K., … B. A. Benson, et al. [33 Authors], “Multi-frequency imaging of the
    galaxy cluster Abell 2163 using the Sunyaev-Zel'dovich Effect”, 2009, A&A, 506, 623
25) Halverson, N. W., Lanting, T., .. Benson, B. A., et al [36 Authors],“Sunyaev-Zel'dovich
    Effect Observations of the Bullet with APEX-SZ”, 2008, ApJ, 701, 42
26) Staniszewski, Z., … Benson, B. A., et al [44 Authors], “Galaxy clusters discovered with
    a Sunyaev-Zel'dovich effect survey”, 2009, ApJ, 701, 32
27) S. Padin, Z. Staniszewski, R. Keisler, M. Joy, A. A. Stark, P. A. R. Ade, K. A. Aird, B. A.
    Benson, L. E. Bleem, J. E. Carlstrom, C. L. Chang, T. M. Crawford, A. T. Crites, M. A.
    Dobbs, N. W. Halverson, S. Heimsath, R. E. Hills, W. L. Holzapfel, C. Lawrie, A. T. Lee,
    E. M. Leitch, J. Leong, W. Lu, M. Lueker, J. J. McMahon, S. S. Meyer, J. J. Mohr, T. E.
    Montroy, T. Plagge, C. Pryke, J. E. Ruhl, K. K. Schaffer, E. Shirokoff, H. G. Spieler, and
    J. D. Vieira, South Pole Telescope Optics, Applied Optics, 47, 24, 4418, 2008
28) Benson, B.A., Church, S.E., Ade, P.A.R., Bock, J.J., Ganga, K.M., Henson, C.N., &
    Thompson, K.L., Measurements of Sunyaev-Zel’dovich Scaling Relations for Clusters of
    Galaxies, 2004, ApJ, 617, 829
29) Benson, B.A., Church, S.E., Ade, P.A.R., Bock, J.J., Ganga, K.M., Hinderks, J.R.,
    Mauskopf, P.D., Philhour, B., Runyan, M.C., & Thompson, K.L., Peculiar Velocity Limits
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          from Measurements of the Spectrum of the Sunyaev-Zeldovich Effect in Six Clusters of
          Galaxies, 2003, ApJ, 592, 674
       30) Robert A. Benjamin, Bradford A. Benson, & Donald P. Cox, A Useful Approximation
           to the Cooling Coefficient of Trace Elements, 2001, ApJ, 554, L225

Conference Proceedings and Other Publications_______________
	
                        	
  


       1) Golwala, S.R.; Aguirre, J.E.; Basu, K.; Benson, B.A.; Bertoldi, F.; Burns, J.O.;
          Church, S.E.; Devlin, M.J.; Dobbs, M.; Fowler, J.W.; Hallman, E.J.; Holzapfel, W.L.;
          Kravtsov, A.V.; Lee, A.T.; Marrone, D.P.; Mason, B.S.; Miller, A.D.; Myers, S.T.;
          Nagai, D.; Nord, M.; Page, L.; Pfrommer, C.; Pierpaoli, E.; Ruhl, J.E.; Wilson, G.W.,
          “Calibrating Galaxy Clusters as a Tool for Cosmology via Studies of the Intracluster
          Medium, Astro2010, Science White Papers, no. 96
       2) Golwala, S.R.; Aguirre, J.E.; Basu, K.; Benson, B.A.; Bertoldi, F.; Burns, J.O.;
          Church, S.E.; Devlin, M.J.; Dobbs, M.; Fowler, J.W.; Hallman, E.J.; Holzapfel, W.L.;
          Kravtsov, A.V.; Lee, A.T.; Marrone, D.P.; Mason, B.S.; Miller, A.D.; Myers, S.T.;
          Nagai, D.; Nord, M.; Page, L.; Pfommer, C.; Pierpaoli, E.; Ruhl, J.E.; Wilson, G.W.,
          “Understanding the State of the Intracluster Medium in Galaxy Clusters”, Astro2010,
          Science White Papers, no. 97
       3) Kravtsov, Andrey; Gonzalez, Anthony; Vikhlinin, Alexey; Marrone, Dan; Zabludoff, Ann;
          Nagai, Daisuke; Markevitch, Maxim; Benson, Bradford; Golwala, Sunil;
          Meyers, Steven; Gladders, Michael; Rudd, Douglas; Evrard, August; Conroy, Charlie;
          Allen, Steven, “Towards the 2020 vision of the baryon content of galaxy groups and
          clusters”, Astro2010, Science White Papers, no. 164
       4) K.W. Yoon, …, B. A. Benson, et al. [30 Authors], “Feedhorn-Coupled TES Polarimeters
          for Next-Generation CMB Instruments, Low Temperature Detectors-13, 2009, AIP Conf.
          Proc., 1185, 515
       5) J.J. McMahon, …, B. A. Benson, et al. [53 Authors] , “SPTpol: an instrument for CMB
          polarization”, Low Temperature Detectors-13, 2009, AIP Conf. Proc., 1185, 511
       6) Chang, C.L., …, Benson, B.A., et al., [46 Authors], “SPT-SZ: a Sunyaev-Zel’dovich
          Survey for Galaxy Clusters”, Low Temperature Detectors-13, 2009, API Conf. Proc.,
          1185, 475
       7) Martin Lueker, Bradford Benson, Lindsey Bleem, Clarenece Change, Hsiao-Mei Cho,
          John Clarke, Abigail Crites, Thomas Crawford, Matt Dobbs, William Holzapfel, Trevor
          Lanting, Adrian Lee, Jared Mehl, Thomas Plagge, Erik Shirokoff, Helmuth Speiler, and
          Joaquin Vieira, “A Frequency Domain Multiplexed Receiver for the South Pole
          Telescope”, Low Temperature Detectors-13, 2009, AIP Conf. Proc., 1185, 241
       8) Martin Lueker, Bradford A. Benson, Clarence Chang, Hsiao-Mei Cho, Matt Dobbs,
          William L. Holzapfel, Trevor Lanting, Adrian T. Lee, Jared Mehl, Thomas Plagge, Erik
          Shirokoff, Helmuth Spieler, and Joaquin Vieira, “Thermal Design and Characterization
          of Transition Edge Sensor (TES) Bolometers for Frequency Multiplexing”, 2009, IEEE
          Transactions on Applied Superconductivity, 19, 3, 496
       9) Erik Shirokoff, Bradford A. Benson, Lindsey E. Bleem, Clarence L. Chang, Hsiao-Mei
          Cho, Abigail Crites, Matt Dobbs, William L. Holzapfel, Trevor Lanting, Adrian T. Lee,
          Martin Lueker, Jared Mehl, Thomas Plagge, Helmuth Spieler, and Joaquin Vieira, “The
          South Pole Telescope SZ-Receiver Detectors”, Applied Superconductivity Conference,
          2009, IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity, 19, 3, 517
       10) Church, S.E., Benson, B.A., Thompson, K.L., 2005, “Recent Results from the SuZIE
           Experiment: An Investigation of SZ Scaling Relationships”, ASPC, 339, 157C
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11) Bradford A. Benson, 2004, Spectral Measurements of the Sunyaev-Zel’dovich Effect,
    PhD thesis
12) Robert A. Benjamin, Bradford A. Benson, Donald P. Cox, 2001, A Useful
    Approximation to the Cooling Coefficient of Trace Elements, 198th AAS Meeting, Bulletin
    of the American Astronomical Society, Vol. 33, 873
13) Robert A. Benjamin, Bradford A. Benson, Donald P. Cox, 2001, An Approximation to
    the Cooling Coefficient of Trace Elements, AIP Conference Proceedings, Vol. 565, 222
14) Bradford A. Benson, 1999, An Approximation to the Cooling Coefficient of Trace
    Elements, undergraduate honors thesis

				
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