Zigmund Kermish Profile
Zigmund Kermish is a Dicke postdoctoral fellow in the physics department. His research interests lie in the development of instrumentation for the precise measurements of the cosmic microwave background (CMB) polarization.
Zigmund obtained his undergraduate degree in physics at Princeton University before going on to the University of California, Berkeley for his PhD work. At Berkeley, he worked with Professor Adrian Lee's research group on developing kilopixel focal plane technologies, culminating in the design, construction and deployment of the POLARBEAR experiment.
At Princeton, he works with Professor William Jones' group on the SPIDER instrument.
More details about Zigmund and his research projects can be found on his personal page here: http://www.princeton.edu/~zkermish