Argonne National Laboratory

Clarence Chang

April 18, 2013

Clarence Chang works in Argonne's High Energy Physics department. His work focuses on the South Pole Telescope, which is being used to determine the fundamental properties of the universe, giving researchers information about how it will evolve.

Clarence Chang is part of a research team that is going to the ends of the earth to answer some of the questions that pique humanity's curiosity: How did the universe begin? How did it come to look the way it does today? What are the laws of physics that govern all that?

A video of Chang discussing his work on the South Pole Telescope - which he has visited three times - as well as what he enjoys about working at Argonne is available here.

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