Surveys of the cosmic microwave background (CMB) carry immense promise for measurements of new physics beyond the Standard Models of cosmology and particle physics. I will present an overview of current cosmological constraints from the CMB, and survey the capabilities of upcoming experiments, taking account of Galactic foregrounds and the effect of lensing by intervening large-scale structure. I will present some recent results that highlight the science enabled by combining CMB data with large galaxy surveys. I will comment on some of the experimental and methodological innovations that are needed to realize the promise of upcoming surveys.
NOTE THE UNUSUAL TIME AND LOCATION -- the talk will take place at the Simons Foundation at 160 5th Avenue. A reception will take place immediately following the talk.