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Harvard Lab

With state-of-the-art optics and electronics labs, as well as a large high bay, our group is equipped for full-scale testing of our receivers.

Our lab facilities at 160 Concord Ave, completed in the summer of 2010, provide a versatile space for classes, group talks, and electronics construction. The lab also houses a clean room with optical tables for sensitive and delicate instrumentation experiments. We have a computer lab with UNIX workstations further equipped with a computer-aided design software suite. Our open layout and "CMB Cafe" provide a comfortable work environment for our team and visiting scientists.

Located on the site of the former Cambridge Electron Accelerator at 38 Oxford St, our high bay is shared jointly with Harvard University's Laboratory for Particle Physics and Cosmology (LPPC). The facility is almost 100 meters long, allowing for far-field testing of our equipment in a contained space. The high bay also houses our machine shop and test labs alongside other experiments in particle physics.

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