Saul Perlmutter

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2004- Physics University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA 
Website:
http://www.nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/physics/laureates/2011/perlmutter-bio.html
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http://www.nasonline.org/member-directory/members/3007673.html
http://physics.berkeley.edu/people/faculty/saul-perlmutter
https://history.aip.org/phn/11608006.html
https://inspirehep.net/record/993746?ln=en
https://books.google.com/books?id=ueFIAQAAMAAJ
The Nobel Prize in Physics 2011 was divided, one half awarded to Saul Perlmutter, the other half jointly to Brian P. Schmidt and Adam G. Riess "for the discovery of the accelerating expansion of the Universe through observations of distant supernovae".

Mean distance: 14.01
 
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Richard A. Muller grad student 1986 UC Berkeley
 (An Astronomic Search for a Stellar Companion to the Sun)

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David A Rubin grad student UC Berkeley/LBNL (Neurotree)
William M. Wood-Vasey grad student UC Berkeley
Alexander J. Conley grad student 2005 UC Berkeley
Roland De Putter grad student 2010 UC Berkeley
Kyle H. Barbary grad student 2011 UC Berkeley
Michael J. Childress grad student 2011 UC Berkeley
Jessica A. Kirkpatrick grad student 2012 UC Berkeley
Joshua E. Meyers grad student 2012 UC Berkeley
Hannah K. Fakhouri grad student 2013 UC Berkeley
Brian T. Hayden post-doc 2013-2018 LBNL
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MacCoun R, Perlmutter S. (2015) Blind analysis: Hide results to seek the truth. Nature. 526: 187-9
Zhang Z, Barbary K, Nothaft FA, et al. (2015) Scientific computing meets big data technology: An astronomy use case Proceedings - 2015 Ieee International Conference On Big Data, Ieee Big Data 2015. 918-927
Gonzalez AH, Decker B, Brodwin M, et al. (2015) THE MASSIVE and DISTANT CLUSTERS of WISE SURVEY: MOO J1142+1527, A 1015 Mo GALAXY CLUSTER at z = 1.19 Astrophysical Journal Letters. 812
Fakhouri HK, Boone K, Aldering G, et al. (2015) IMPROVING COSMOLOGICAL DISTANCE MEASUREMENTS USING TWIN TYPE IA SUPERNOVAE Astrophysical Journal. 815
Rubin D, Aldering G, Barbary K, et al. (2015) UNITY: CONFRONTING SUPERNOVA COSMOLOGY'S STATISTICAL and SYSTEMATIC UNCERTAINTIES in A UNIFIED Bayesian FRAMEWORK Astrophysical Journal. 813
Webb T, Noble A, Degroot A, et al. (2015) An extreme starburst in the core of a rich galaxy cluster at z = 1.7 Astrophysical Journal. 809
Rigault M, Aldering G, Kowalski M, et al. (2015) Confirmation of a star formation bias in type IA supernova distances and its effect on the measurement of the Hubble constant Astrophysical Journal. 802
Saunders C, Aldering G, Antilogus P, et al. (2015) Type Ia supernova distance modulus bias and dispersion from K-correction errors: A direct measurement using light curve fits to observed spectral time series Astrophysical Journal. 800
Rubin D, Aldering G, Amanullah R, et al. (2015) A calibration of NICMOS camera 2 for low count rates Astronomical Journal. 149
Kim AG, Padmanabhan N, Aldering G, et al. (2015) Distance probes of dark energy Astroparticle Physics. 63: 2-22
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