You can see the slides for all of the talks at the workshop I was just at in Paris, including the three talks I gave. (As I said in my last post, this was a pretty specialized workshop, so you probably don’t want to unless you’re a researcher who works on the microwave background.)
Paris workshop talks
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Thank you for sharing your information on your presentations in Paris!
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