Cosmology Seminar

Cosmology Seminars are held at on Mondays at 11 am during the academic year, on the 3rd floor Varian conference room. These are more focused and less didactic than the colloquium, and provide a stage for younger researchers to present their work in more detail.  

Please contact Risa WechslerDaniel GruenJosh Meyers, or Kyle Story for more information.

TBD

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Location

Campus, Varian 355

Speaker
Lia Medeiros (University of Arizona)

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Location

Campus, Varian 355

Speaker
Teppei Okumura (ASIAA)

TBD

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Location

Campus, Varian 355

Speaker
Shea Garrison-Kimmel (Caltech)

TBD

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Location

Campus, Varian 355

Speaker
Xiaoju Xu (University of Utah)

The Connection between Large Scale Structure and the Cosmic Microwave Background

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Location

Campus, Varian 355

Speaker
Marcelo Alvarez (UC Berkeley)

Cosmic microwave background (CMB) photons were initially released at recombination, less than half a million years after the big bang. In the nearly 14 billion years since, they have been scattered and lensed by intervening structure, imprinting a complex pattern of additional intensity and polarization anisotropies onto maps of the microwave sky. These CMB maps therefore contain a wealth of information about the large scale structure (LSS) of the universe.

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