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Dawn of New Cosmology:
Opportunities and Challenges in CMB Polarization and Large Scale Structure
December 8-12, 2014
R1107, ASIAA, Taipei, Taiwan

Program

Monday December 8, 2014
09:30~10:00 Reception
10:00~10:10 Opening remarks
You-Hua Chu (ASIAA)
10:10~11:00 introduction
CMB observations
11:00~12:00 Latest results from Planck
Olivier Dore (JPL/Caltech)
12:00~14:00 Lunch
14:00~15:00 Gravitational Lensing and B modes
Gil Holder (McGill)
15:00~16:30 coffee+discussion
moderator: Tzu-Ching Chang
Tuesday December 9, 2014
CMB observations & theory
09:30~10:00 coffee
10:00~11:00 ACTPol: The Polarization-Sensitive Atacama Cosmology Telescope
Jon Sievers (University of Kwa-Zulu Natal)
11:00~12:00 discussion
moderator: Neal Dalal
12:00~14:00 Lunch
14:00~15:00 Cosmic Microwave Background : Missing Link between Inflation and Cosmic Dawn
Naoshi Sugiyama (Nagoya)
15:00~16:30 coffee+discussion
moderator: Proty Wu
Wednesday December 10, 2014
galaxy surveys / lensing
09:30~10:00 coffee
10:00~11:00 Weak lensing with SuMIRe HSC/PFS
Masamune Oguri (Tokyo)
11:00~11:10 break
11:10~12:10 Mapping Dark Matter in Galaxy Surveys
Adam Amara (ETH Zurich)
12:10~13:30 coffee+discussion
moderator: Sherry Suyu
Thursday December 11, 2014
structure formation / non-gaussianity / cross-correlation
09:30~10:00 coffee
10:00~11:00 Imprints of the early Universe on galaxy clustering and shapes
Fabian Schmidt (MPA)
11:00~11:10 break
11:10~12:10 Structure formation with hot particles
Neal Dalal (Illinois)
12:10~13:00 discussion
moderator: Gil Holder
13:00~14:30 Lunch
14:30~15:30 Analysis strategies for the next generation of cosmological surveys
Elisabeth Krause (Stanford)
15:30~17:00 coffee+discussion: new directions of cosmology
moderator: Naoshi Sugiyama
18:30~20:30 Banquet
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