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Cosmology

…theories and developing observational tests of them Other topics in theoretical physics and cosmology, e.g. cosmological perturbation theory, scalar fields and neutrinos in cosmology, parallel computation 35 704 Our understanding…

21 cm Cosmology with Optimized Instrumentation and Algorithms [student: Haoxuan (Jeff) Zheng]

Thesis Committee: Professors Max Tegmark (chair), Jacqueline Hewitt, and Paolo Zuccon Abstract Precision cosmology has made tremendous progress in the past two decades thanks to a large amount of high…

Cosmology Results from the Dark Energy Survey Year 1 (speaker: Elisabeth Krause, University of Arizona)

I will describe the validation of measurements and modeling from catalogs to cosmology, and give an outlook on cosmology analysis plans and challenges for LSST and WFIRST. Based on DES…

The Standard Model of Cosmology? (speaker: Charles Bennett, Johns Hopkins University)

…enormously rigorous test leaving us with a Standard Model of Cosmology: the LCDM model with 6 well-specified parameters. New measurements from just the past 3 years now raise the question,…

Second annual New England Workshop on Theoretical Cosmology and Gravity at MIT

on “Effective Field Theory (and a bit of Differential Geometry) in Cosmology”; and several talks on aspects of early-universe cosmology, astroparticle physics, dark matter, large-scale structure, black holes, and more….

History

…Data System with a Central Node located at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory and a set of Discipline Nodes at other sites. The Center housed that part of the Geosciences Node

"It’s Always Darkest Before the Cosmic Dawn: Early Results from Novel Tools and Telescopes for 21 cm Cosmology" (speaker: Josh Dillon)

Committee: Prof. Max Tegmark (chair), Prof. Jacqueline Hewitt, Prof. Robert Simcoe Abstract: 21 cm cosmology, the statistical observation of the high redshift universe with the hyperfine transition of neutral hydrogen,…

Two Talks: Relativistic Effect in Galaxy Clustering as a Novel Probe of Inflationary Cosmology (speaker: Jaiyul Yoo, University of Zurich); Talk 2: Using galaxies as natural telescopes: Disentangling the quasars (speaker: Ana Mosquera, US Naval Academy)

Talk #1 Relativistic Effect in Galaxy Clustering as a Novel Probe of Inflationary Cosmologyspeaker: Jaiyul Yoo, University of Zurich Abstract:Precision measurements in current and future galaxy surveys bring in new…

Cosmology at the frontier of neutrino physics

1 American Institute of Physics Conference Series Swanson, M.E.C. and Percival, W.J. and Lahav, O. 6 9137 Swanson, M.E.C. and Percival, W.J. and Lahav, O. yes…

Gravitational lenses as tools in observational cosmology

1 Observational Cosmology Canizares, C.R. 1 5773 Canizares, C.R. yes…