@article{Henderson2015AdvancedAC,
author={Shawn Wesley Henderson and Rupert Allison and J. E. Austermann and Taylor Baildon and Nicholas Battaglia and J. A. Beall and Daniel T. Becker and Francesco de Bernardis and J. Richard Bond and Erminia Calabrese and Steve K. Choi and Kevin P. Coughlin and Kevin T. Crowley and Rahul Datta and Mark J. Devlin and Shannon M. Duff and Jo Dunkley and Rolando D{\"u}nner and Alexander van Engelen and Patricio A. Gallardo and Emily Grace and Matthew Hasselfield and Felicity B. Hills and G. C. Hilton and Adam D. Hincks and Ren{\'e}e Hlo{\vz}ek and S. P. Ho and Johannes Hubmayr and Kevin M. Huffenberger and John P. Hughes and Kent D. Irwin and Brian J. Koopman and Arthur B. Kosowsky and Dale Li and Jeff J. McMahon and Charles Munson and Federico Nati and Laura Newburgh and Michael D. Niemack and Prajwal Niraula and Lyman A. Page and Christine G. Pappas and Maria Salatino and Alessandro Schillaci and Benjamin L. Schmitt and Neelima Sehgal and Blake D. Sherwin and Jonathan Sievers and Sara M. Simon and David N. Spergel and Suzanne Staggs and Jason R. Stevens and Robert J. Thornton and Jeff van Lanen and Eve M. Vavagiakis and Jonathan T. Ward and Edward J. Wollack},
journal={Journal of Low Temperature Physics},
year={2015},
volume={184},
pages={772-779}
}
• Published 9 October 2015
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• Journal of Low Temperature Physics
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