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| style="width: 70%" | I am extremely interested in the science we are pursuing with CMB-S4, and I would like to play a role in further defining the science goals and ensuring that the decisions we make in the next few years are the right ones for achieving those goals. I have been an active participant in CMB-S4 from day 1, helping craft the Snowmass papers and Science Book v1, participating in the simulation and forecasting efforts, and serving on the CDT and ICCC.
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| style="width: 15%" | Cora Dvorkin
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| style="width: 70%" | As a Science Council Co-Chair, I am committed to ensure that the science goals of our Collaboration are sensible and kept up-to-date with the latest developments in the field, and that we have a coherent plan to achieve these goals. I plan to work closely with the Spokespersons and the various working groups to exchange ideas and provide/receive feedback.
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| style="width: 70%" | I have contributed to CMB-S4 through the science book and the CDT, and I would be happy to continue to contribute as a science council co-chair.
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| style="width: 70%" | CMB-S4 is at the same time an ultra-high energy particle physics experiment and a sensitive wide-angle survey that can do very interesting astrophysics and cosmology. I think that's great, let's do all the science that we can without giving up any of the core capabilities of the experiment. I've done at least a little bit of work at various points on pretty much all of the science goals that have so far been identified, and it will be great to see the development of new science goals (on both the particle and the astro side) from the current generation of students and postdocs.
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| style="width: 15%" | Lloyd Knox
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| style="width: 70%" | I am passionate about the science we can do together and the creation of our collaboration culture in these early days. My goal is a united collaboration that nurtures the development of young scientists, is well funded, is well-regarded in the broader community, and is on its way to executing a broad and compelling science program. I participated in the Snowmass process, served on every CMB-S4 workshop SOC, the ICCC, and the CDT Advisory Board, had responsibility for the Science Book inflation chapter, coordinate the r Forecasting WG and co-wrote a broad portfolio of papers relevant to CMB-S4 science.
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| style="width: 70%" | I am committed to the goal of transforming CMB-S4 from a vision into actual hardware on the ground. I would like to contribute to building a membership structure that is fair, transparent and low-overhead, while encouraging everyone’s contribution towards making CMB-S4 a success.
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| style="width: 70%" | I'm excited by the science prospects of CMB-S4, and am encouraged by the significant efforts that have brought the concept and collaboration this far.  The aim of our membership policies is to motivate work toward our goals, the principle of which right now is to make our case to funding agencies and the broader community.  I helped lead the group that formulated our membership policies, and believe I can help move us to a concrete implementation of them in a way that helps us achieve those goals, while not causing too much additional work for members.
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| style="width: 70%" | As publications committee chair, I would continue to set up the system for developing and reviewing projects and papers, and ensure that it encourages productivity and treats people fairly.  I would continue work on the publication policy (as the recently approved bylaws require) and help to set up the technical infrastructure for author lists.  These steps will support the production of our early forecasts, technical papers, and contributions to the decadal process, and let us hit the ground running when a project is set up.
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Revision as of 09:48, 8 April 2018

Candidates For Science Council Chair & Vice-Chair
Name Photo Statement
Tom Crawford Photo I am extremely interested in the science we are pursuing with CMB-S4, and I would like to play a role in further defining the science goals and ensuring that the decisions we make in the next few years are the right ones for achieving those goals. I have been an active participant in CMB-S4 from day 1, helping craft the Snowmass papers and Science Book v1, participating in the simulation and forecasting efforts, and serving on the CDT and ICCC.
Cora Dvorkin Photo As a Science Council Co-Chair, I am committed to ensure that the science goals of our Collaboration are sensible and kept up-to-date with the latest developments in the field, and that we have a coherent plan to achieve these goals. I plan to work closely with the Spokespersons and the various working groups to exchange ideas and provide/receive feedback.
Raphael Flauger Photo I have contributed to CMB-S4 through the science book and the CDT, and I would be happy to continue to contribute as a science council co-chair.
Gil Holder Photo CMB-S4 is at the same time an ultra-high energy particle physics experiment and a sensitive wide-angle survey that can do very interesting astrophysics and cosmology. I think that's great, let's do all the science that we can without giving up any of the core capabilities of the experiment. I've done at least a little bit of work at various points on pretty much all of the science goals that have so far been identified, and it will be great to see the development of new science goals (on both the particle and the astro side) from the current generation of students and postdocs.
Lloyd Knox Photo I am passionate about the science we can do together and the creation of our collaboration culture in these early days. My goal is a united collaboration that nurtures the development of young scientists, is well funded, is well-regarded in the broader community, and is on its way to executing a broad and compelling science program. I participated in the Snowmass process, served on every CMB-S4 workshop SOC, the ICCC, and the CDT Advisory Board, had responsibility for the Science Book inflation chapter, coordinate the r Forecasting WG and co-wrote a broad portfolio of papers relevant to CMB-S4 science.
Candidates For Membership Committee Chair
Name Photo Statement
Christian Reichardt Photo I am committed to the goal of transforming CMB-S4 from a vision into actual hardware on the ground. I would like to contribute to building a membership structure that is fair, transparent and low-overhead, while encouraging everyone’s contribution towards making CMB-S4 a success.
John Ruhl Photo I'm excited by the science prospects of CMB-S4, and am encouraged by the significant efforts that have brought the concept and collaboration this far. The aim of our membership policies is to motivate work toward our goals, the principle of which right now is to make our case to funding agencies and the broader community. I helped lead the group that formulated our membership policies, and believe I can help move us to a concrete implementation of them in a way that helps us achieve those goals, while not causing too much additional work for members.
Candidates For Publications Committee Chair
Name Photo Statement
Kevin Huffenberger Photo As publications committee chair, I would continue to set up the system for developing and reviewing projects and papers, and ensure that it encourages productivity and treats people fairly. I would continue work on the publication policy (as the recently approved bylaws require) and help to set up the technical infrastructure for author lists. These steps will support the production of our early forecasts, technical papers, and contributions to the decadal process, and let us hit the ground running when a project is set up.