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


16:40


17:00

Enzo Branchini
"Cosmological Least Action reconstruction in the large surveys era" [slides]

Linda Blot
tba

Robert Smith
tba

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

Nico Hamaus
Dynamics of Voids

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

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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" [slides]

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" [slides]

Stefano Anselmi
"What use are the Baryon Acoustic Oscillations? Why the Linear Point standard ruler?" [slides]

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)

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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" [slides]

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" [slides]

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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