Large Scale Structure Formation

 

Week 1

 

Week 2

 

Week 3

 

Week 4

 

 

Week 1

Friday,
5 July
all day


Trip to Wendelstein Observatory
Monday,
1 July
10:00

10:30

11:15

15:00


Volker Springel: Large-scale clustering in cosmological hydrodynamic simulation

Coffee

Raul Angulo: Numerical simulations for interpreting large scale structure data

Coffee
Tuesday,
2 July
10:00

10:30

11:15

15:00


Elisabeth Krause: Report from the analysis trenches

Coffee

Marcel Schmittful: "Modeling biased tracers at the field level" [slides]

Coffee
Wednesday,
3 July
14:00

14:20

14:40

16:00

16:20


17:00


Enzo Branchini: Cosmological Least Action reconstruction in the large surveys era

Linda Blot: tba

Robert Smith: tba

Enrique Paillas: Weak lensing by voids as a test for alternative cosmological models

Nico Hamaus: Dynamics of Voids 16:40 Zvonimir Vlah Advances in few selected topics of perturbative LSS

BBQ
Thursday,
4 July
10:00

10:30

11:15

14:00


15:00


Fabian Schmidt: The four scales of galaxy clustering

Coffee

Martin Crocce: Restoring Galilean Invariance in Resummed Perturbation Theories

Short Discussion about "Assembly bias" with presentations from Zheng Zheng, Yao-Yuan Mao and Nelson Padilla

Coffee

 

 

Week 2

Friday,
12 July
10:00

10:30

11:15
Leonardo Senatore: The Effective Field of Large-Scale Structure applied to Data

Coffee

Sergey Sibiryakov: Infrared resummation of bulk flows: from BAO to primordial features
Monday,
08 July
10:00


10:30

11:15

14:00


15:00

Eduardo Rozo: A rose by any other name would not smell as sweet: how halo definitions matter for modeling large scale structure

Coffee

Emiliano Sefusatti: Toward a robust analysis of the galaxy bispectrum

Discussion Session on counts-in-cells statistics: Analytic modelling and applications
Conveners: Cora Uhlemann, Mikhail Ivanov, Sergey Sibiryakov

Coffee

Tuesday,
09 July
   
Wednesday,
10 July
10:00

10:30

11:15

14:00

14:20

14:40

16:00

16:20


16:40

17:00
Marilena LoVerde: Deciphering Nonlinear Evolution with Separate Universe Simulations

Coffee

Lam Hui: Symmetries in large scale structure and dark matter

Oliver Hahn: A phase space view of LSS dynamics

Misha Ivanov: Cosmological parameters from current and future LSS surveys

Jonathan Blazek: Intrinsic alignments and nonlinear models for imaging surveys

Thomas Konstandin: Convergence of The Effective Field Theory of Large Scale Structure

Stefano Anselmi: What use are the Baryon Acoustic Oscillations? Why the Linear Point standard ruler?

Lehman Garrison: N-body Cosmology with Abacus

Bavarian Brotzeit
Thursday,
11 July
10:00


10:30

11:15

14:00



15:00

16:00
Alexander Eggemeier: Towards a robust joint analysis of the galaxy power spectrum and bispectrum

Coffee

Cora Uhlemann: Semiclassical path(s) to cosmic large-scale structure

Matteo Viel: The Lyman-alpha forest as a cosmological probe
(HEP Theory Seminar at TUM, Physics Dept., HS3
https://www.ph.tum.de/about/visit/roomfinder/?room=5101.EG.503)

Coffee

Discussion session on Schrödinger-Poisson
(Cora Uhlemann, Lam Hui, Thomas Konstandin)

 

 

Week 3

Friday,
19 July
10:00 Zhao: Cosmological implications of BOSS and eBOSS surveys


Trip to Deutsches Museum in Munich
Monday,
15 July
10:00

10.30

11:15

14:00

15:00
Giulia Despali:Constraining dark matter models with strong lensing and numerical simulations

Coffee

Vincent Desjacques: Structure formation with ultra-light axions

Discussion Session on Forward modeling (Fabian Schmidt, Giovanni Cabass)

Coffee
Tuesday,
16 July
10:00

10:30

11:15

15:00
Luigi Guzzo: Challenges in clustering and RSD measurements

Coffee

Zachary Slepian: New Angles on Perturbation Theory and Clustering

Coffee
Wednesday,
17 July
10:00

14:00

14:20

14:40

15:00

16:00


16:20

16:40

17:00
Coffee

Chia-Hsun Chuang: tba

Digvijay (Jay) Wadekar: Fully analytic model for galaxy power spectrum covariance

Jiamin Hou: tba

Coffee

Alex Barreira: The impact of relative baryon-CDM perturbations and baryonic feedback on large-scale structure

Shun Saito: Towards Lyman-alpha Intensity Mapping

Filippo Vernizzi: Dark energy after GW170817: new constraints on modified gravity

Bavarian Brotzeit
Thursday,
18 July
10:00



10:30

11:15

14:00

15:00
Cristiano Porciani: The origin of assembly bias for galaxy-sized halos and bias renormalisation in N-body simulations


Coffee

Tobias Baldauf: Perturbation theory and bias at the field level

Discussion session: Bias renormalization with Chris Porciani

Coffee

 

 

Week 4

Friday,
26 July
10:00

10:30

11:15

15:00
Marco Baldi:Testing the degeneracies of beyond-LCDM cosmological models

Coffee

Aseem Paranjape: Assembly Bias and Tidal Fields

Coffee
Monday,
22 July
10:00

10:30

11:15

15:00
Masahiro Takada :Challenges in large-scale structure probe cosmology

Coffee

Shadab Alam: Galaxies and AGN : Physics and Cosmology

Coffee
Tuesday,
23 July
10:00

10:30

11:15


15:00
Simeon Bird :Structure Formation with Multiple Fluids

Coffee

Carmelita Carbone: Cosmological multiprobe simulations to solve the neutrino mass puzzle

Coffee
Wednesday,
24 July
11:30

11:50

12:10

12:30

14:00

14:20

14:40

15:00

16:00

16:20

16:40


17:00
Stefan Floerchinger Evolution of dark matter velocity dispersion

Takahiro Nishimichi Emulating halo clustering and application to data

Marcello Musso Excursion set peaks in energy as a model for halos

Lunch

Jens Jasche: tba

Massimo Pietroni: Measuring Bias via the Consistency Relations of the Large Scale Structure

Atsushi Taruya GridSPT: grid-based calculation for perturbation theory of large-scale structure

Coffee

Sujatha Ramakrishnan: Cosmic Web anisotropy is the primary indicator of halo assembly bias

Lado Samushia: tba

Carlos Correa: A non-fiducial cosmological test from geometrical and dynamical distortions around voids

Bavarian Brotzeit
Thursday,
25 July
10:00

10:30

11:15


15:00
Simon White:The structure of dark matter haloes over 20 orders of magnitude in halo mass

Coffee

Azadeh Moradinezhad Dizgah: Probing primordial non-Gaussianity with galaxy surveys and intensity mapping

Coffee

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