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Start Time:

16 July 2012 at 08:30

Ends On:

27 July 2012

Location:

Trieste - Italy

Venue:

LB (Main Lecture Hall)

Organizer(s):

S. Borgani (INAF - OATS), P. Creminelli (ICTP), A. Paranjape (ICTP), E. Sefusatti (ICTP) U. Seljak (UC & LBNL Berkeley & Zürich U.), R. Sheth (ICTP & UPenn)

Collaboration(s):

the Italian Institute for Nuclear Physics (INFN)

Description:


The purpose of the School is to provide an introduction to the current state of research in cosmology and astroparticle physics. It is intended for beginning graduate students, as well as more senior non-expert researchers that are interested in these fields.


TOPICS:

• INTRODUCTION TO COSMOLOGY
• DARK MATTER
• LARGE SCALE STRUCTURE
• INFLATION
• MODIFICATIONS OF GRAVITY
• COSMIC MICROWAVE BACKGROUND
• DATA ANALYSIS AND STATISTICS
• GRAVITATIONAL LENSING
• GALAXY CLUSTERS
• GALAXY FORMATION


LECTURERS:

B. Bassett (AIMS, U. Cape Town)
C. Baugh (ICC, Durham U.)
M. Cirelli (CERN & CNRS Saclay)
S. Dodelson (FNAL & U. Chicago)
R. Durrer (Geneva U.)
H. Hoekstra (Leiden Observatory)
J. Mohr (LMU, Munich)
A. Nicolis (Columbia, New York)
W. Percival (ICG, Portsmouth)
M. Sasaki (Yukawa Institute, Kyoto)
R. Scoccimarro (NYU, New York)


After the School, there will be a more advanced WORKSHOP ON LARGE SCALE STRUCTURE (30 July - 2 August 2012) for experts in the field. Workshop web-page: http://agenda.ictp.it/smr.php?2419

Material:

16 July 2012
08:30
09:55
REGISTRATION & ADMINISTRATIVE FORMALITIES
01h25'
09:55
10:00
Welcome by the Organizers
05'
10:00
11:00
Inflation - Lecture 1
01h00'
M. Sasaki
Yukawa Institute, Kyoto
11:00
11:45
Coffee Break
45'
11:45
12:45
Inflation - Lecture 2
01h00'
M. Sasaki
Yukawa Institute, Kyoto
12:45
14:15
Lunch Break
01h30'
14:15
15:15
Modified Gravity - Lecture 1
01h00'
A. Nicolis
Columbia, New York
15:15
16:15
Dark Matter - Lecture 1
01h00'
M. Cirelli
CERN & CNRS Saclay
16:15
16:45
Coffee Break
30'
16:45
17:45
Discussion Session
01h00'
17 July 2012
09:30
10:30
Introduction to Cosmology - Lecture 1
01h00'
S. Dodelson
FNAL & U. Chicago
10:30
11:15
Coffee Break
45'
11:15
12:15
Introduction to Cosmology - Lecture 2
01h00'
S. Dodelson
FNAL & U. Chicago
12:15
13:45
Lunch Break
01h30'
13:45
14:45
Inflation - Lecture 3
01h00'
M. Sasaki
Yukawa Institute, Kyoto
14:45
15:45
Dark Matter - Lecture 2
01h00'
M. Cirelli
CERN & CNRS Saclay
15:45
16:15
Coffee Break
30'
16:15
17:15
Discussion Session
01h00'
20:00
22:00
RECEPTION
02h00'
18 July 2012
09:30
10:30
Introduction to Cosmology - Lecture 3
01h00'
S. Dodelson
FNAL & U. Chicago
10:30
11:15
Coffee Break
45'
10:30
11:15
POSTER PRESENTATIONS
45'


Linear Perturbations on Models with Cold Dark Matter Creation  01'
Felipe Andrade Oliveira  (Universidade de Sao Paulo, Brazil)
A Study of Magnitude Dependence in the Spin Vector Orientation of SDSS Galaxies  01'
Amit Poudel  (Golden Gate International College, Kathmandu, Nepal)
Redshift Drift in LTB Models  01'
Florencia A. Teppa Pannia  (Universidad Nacional de La Plata, Argentina)
A new log-normal estimator of the correlation function  01'
Julian Bautista  (Universite Paris Diderot, France)
Constraining Thawing Dark Energy using Galaxy Cluster Number Counts  01'
Chandrachani Ningombam  (Jamia Millia Islamia Central University, New Delhi, India)
Can present observations distinguish between thawing and tracking behaviour?  01'
Shruti Thakur  (University of Delhi, India)
Type Ia Supernovae Selection and Forecast of Cosmology Constraints for DES  01'
Eda Gjergo  (Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, USA)
Observational Cosmology and the Cosmic distance duality relation  01'
Remya Nair  (Jamia Millia Islamia Central University, New Delhi, India)
Lagrangian bias in the local bias model  01'
Noemi Frusciante  (SISSA, International School for Advanced Studies, Trieste, Italy)
Effective Field Theory of Fluid Dynamics  01'
Solomon Endlich  (Columbia University, New York, USA)
A Covariant Minimum Length Scale in Cosmology  01'
Aidan Chatwin-Davies  (University of Waterloo, Canada)
Redshift Analysis of Cosmic Voids  01'
Mahdi Khadem  (IASBS,Institute for Advanced Studies in Basic Sciences, Zanjan, Iran)
A Tool For Statistical Studies of LSS in Redshift Surveys  01'
Seyed Kaveh Vasei Zadeh Kashani  (IPM, Institute for Research in Fundamental Sciences, Tehran, Iran)
From cosmic deceleration to acceleration: new constraints from SN Ia and BAO/CMB  01'
Marcelo Vargas  (Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
On the stability of small-scale isothermal fluctuations during recombination  01'
Tejaswi Venumadhav Nerella  (California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, USA)
Dark Radiation from a hidden U(1)  01'
Hendrik Vogel  (Max Planck Institute for Physics, Munich, Germany)
Is Lambda natural?  01'
Heinrich Steigerwald  (Centre de Physique Theorique, Marseille, France)
Study of the cosmological evolution of K-essence Dark Energy Model  01'
Luz Angela Garcia  (Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Bogota, Colombia)
Mean transmission and transmission autocorrelation function of the Ly-alpha forest from SDSS DR7  10'
Ganna Ivashchenko (National Taras Shevchenko University of Kyiv, Ukraine)
11:15
12:15
Inflation - Lecture 4
01h00'
M. Sasaki
Yukawa Institute, Kyoto
12:15
13:45
Lunch Break
01h30'
13:45
14:45
Large-scale Structure - Lecture 1
01h00'
R. Scoccimarro
NYU, New York
14:45
15:45
Dark Matter - Lecture 3
01h00'
M. Cirelli
CERN & CNRS Saclay
15:45
16:15
Coffee Break
30'
16:15
17:15
Discussion Session
01h00'
19 July 2012
09:30
10:30
Large-scale Structure - Lecture 2
01h00'
R. Scoccimarro
NYU, New York
10:30
11:15
Coffee Break
45'
11:15
12:15
Dark Matter - Lecture 4
01h00'
M. Cirelli
CERN & CNRS Saclay
12:15
13:45
Lunch Break
01h30'
13:45
14:45
Large-scale Structure - Lecture 3
01h00'
R. Scoccimarro
NYU, New York
14:45
15:45
Modified Gravity - Lecture 2
01h00'
A. Nicolis
Columbia, New York
15:45
16:15
Coffee Break
30'
16:15
17:15
STUDENTS PRESENTATIONS
01h00'


Modified gravity a la Galileon  08'
Amna Ali  (Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics, Kolkata, India)
Phenomenology of Gravitational Aether as a solution to the Old CC Problem   08'
Siavash Aslanbeigi  (Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics, University of Waterloo, Canada)
Massive Cosmologies  08'
Lavinia Heisenberg  (Universite de Geneve, Switzerland & Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, USA)
Stochastic inhomogeneities and dark-energy precision experiments  08'
Fabien Nugier  (Ecole Normale Superieure, Paris, France)
Redshift drift as a test for discriminating between different cosmological models  08'
Priti Mishra  (Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai, India)
A new method for the Alcock-Paczynski test  08'
Francesco Montanari  (Universite de Geneve, Switzerland)
Cosmological constraints from MaxBCG  08'
Annalisa Mana  (Universitaets-Sternwarte Muenchen, Germany)
20 July 2012
09:30
10:30
Large-scale Structure - Lecture 4
01h00'
R. Scoccimarro
NYU, New York
10:30
11:15
Coffee Break
45'
11:15
12:15
Modified Gravity - Lecture 3
01h00'
A. Nicolis
Columbia, New York
12:15
13:45
Lunch Break
01h30'
13:45
14:45
Introduction to Cosmology - Lecture 4
01h00'
S. Dodelson
FNAL & U. Chicago
14:45
15:45
Modified Gravity - Lecture 4
01h00'
A. Nicolis
Columbia, New York
15:45
16:15
Coffee Break
30'
16:15
17:15
STUDENTS PRESENTATIONS
01h00'


The clustering of the intergalactic medium at z = 2.5  08'
Timothee Delubac  (CEA-Saclay, Gif Sur Yvette, France)
Revisiting the cosmological mass function  08'
Seunghwan Lim  (Seoul National University, R. of Korea)
Cosmological lepton asymmetry with a nonzero mixing angle theta_{13}  08'
Emanuele Castorina  (SISSA, International School for advanced studies, Trieste, Italy)
Velocity power spectrum in redshift space  08'
Jun Koda  (Swinburne University of Technology, Hawthorn, Australia)
The role of baryons in strong lensing properties of simulated galaxy clusters  08'
Madhura Killedar  (Universita di Trieste, Italy)
Reionization constraints using principal component analysis  08'
Sourav Mitra  (Harish-Chandra Research Institute, Allahabad, India)
Overlapping Stroemgren spheres  08'
Anne Hutter  (Leibniz Institute for Astrophysics Potsdam, Germany)
23 July 2012
09:30
10:30
CMB - Lecture 1
01h00'
R. Durrer
Geneva U.
10:30
11:15
Coffee Break
45'
11:15
12:15
Clusters - Lecture 1
01h00'
J. Mohr
LMU, Munich
12:15
13:45
Lunch Break
01h30'
13:45
14:45
Statistics and Data Analysis - Lecture 1
01h00'
W. Percival
ICG, Portsmouth
14:45
15:45
Clusters - Lecture 2
01h00'
J. Mohr
LMU, Munich
15:45
16:15
Coffee Break
30'
16:15
17:15
Discussion Session
01h00'
24 July 2012
09:30
10:30
CMB - Lecture 2
01h00'
R. Durrer
Geneva U.
10:30
11:15
Coffee Break
45'
11:15
12:15
Clusters - Lecture 3
01h00'
J. Mohr
LMU, Munich
12:15
13:45
Lunch Break
01h30'
13:45
14:45
Statistics and Data Analysis - Lecture 2
01h00'
W. Percival
ICG, Portsmouth
14:45
15:45
Clusters - Lecture 4
01h00'
J. Mohr
LMU, Munich
15:45
16:15
Coffee Break
30'
16:15
17:15
STUDENTS PRESENTATIONS
01h00'


Testing Multi-Field Inflation with Large-Scale Structure Bias  08'
Matteo Biagetti  (Universite de Geneve, Switzerland)
Non-Gaussian bubbles in the sky  08'
Kazuyuki Sugimura  (Kyoto University, Japan)
Slow Roll Corrections to the Volume of the Universe  08'
Ashley Perko  (Stanford University, USA)
Solid Inflation  08'
Junpu Wang  (Columbia Univeristy, New York, USA)
Dark Matter relic abundance in multi-component Dark Matter scenarios  08'
Aleksandra Drozd  (University of Warsaw, Poland)
Bose-Einstein Condensate Dark Matter Phase Transition  08'
Abril Suarez  (Centro de Investigacion y de Estudios Avanzados del I.P.N., Mexico)
Is it possible to detect a phase transition in dark matter?  08'
Jorge Mastache  (Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Mexico)
25 July 2012
09:30
10:30
Statistics and Data Analysis - Lecture 3
01h00'
W. Percival
ICG, Portsmouth
10:30
11:15
Coffee Break
45'
10:30
11:15
POSTER PRESENTATIONS
45'


Brachistochrone problem in Schwarzschild Metric  01'
Andrii Kuzmak  (Ivan Franko National University of Lviv, Ukraine)
Testing Unimodular Gravity  01'
Purnendu Karmakar  (IIT Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, India)
Inflationary Models and Precision Cosmology  01'
Muhammad Nadeem Ahmad  (Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan)
Standard Model Higgs as an inflaton  01'
Noor ul Ain  (Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan)
Homogeneous and Inhomogeneous universe  01'
Sara Benchikh  (University Mentoury Constantine, Algeria)
Cosmic microwave background non-Gaussianity estimation with Planck  01'
Benjamin Racine  (Laboratoire APC, Paris, France)
Naked Singularities as Possible Outcomes of Gravitational Collapse Scenario  01'
Amir Hadi Ziaie  (Shahid-Beheshti University, Tehran, Iran)
Scalar-tensor theories with non-standard kinetic terms: the Galileon  01'
Emilio Bellini  (Universita degli Studi di Padova, Italy)
Interacting fields in DeSitter spacetime: non-perturbative approaches  01'
Leonardo Trombetta  (University of Buenos Aires, Argentina)
Search for Local Kink in the CMB Power Spectrum  01'
Hossein Moshafi  (IASBS, Institute for Advanced Studies in Basic Sciences, Zanjan, Iran)
De Sitter Solutions in Nonlocal Modified Gravity  01'
Ekaterina Pozdeeva  (Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia)
Brane inflation  01'
Sayantan Choudhury  (Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata, India)
On the origin of brane cosmological constant in two-brane warped geometry model  01'
Sayantani Lahiri  (Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India)
A model to localize gauge fields on thick branes  01'
Augusto E. Rueda Chumbes  (UNESP FEG, Sao Paulo State University, Brazil)
Constraining Thawing Quintessence  01'
Gaveshna Gupta  (Jamia Millia Islamia Central University, New Delhi, India)
TeVeS Gravity from Metric-Affine Gravity  01'
Canan Nurhan Karahan  (Izmir Institute of Technology, Izmir, Turkey)
Effect of initial conditions of inflation on cosmological fluctuations  01'
Aditya Aravind  (The University of Texas at Austin, USA)
Prospects for constraining Dark Energy and Early Universe with lensed CMB  01'
Claudia Antolini  (SISSA, International School for Advanced Studies, Trieste, Italy)
Gauge-flation  01'
Azadeh Malek Nejad  (IPM, Institute for Studies in Theoretical Physics and Mathematics, Tehran, Iran)
f(R) theories: the stability of stars  01'
Sergio E. Joras  (Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
Neutron Stars in Alternate Theories of Gravity  01'
Vildan Tugyanoglu  (Istanbul Technical University, Turkey)
Cylindrically Symmetric solutions in f(R) Gravity with constant R  01'
Monica T. Ricon Ramirez  (Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Bogota, Colombia)
Cosmic acceleration from a modified gravity  01'
Dagmawi Berhanu Tadesse  (Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia)
Flattening of velocity dispersion profile of globular clusters  01'
Mohammad Hassan Naddaf Moghaddam  (IASBS, Institute for Advanced Studies in Basic Sciences, Zanjan, Iran)
The outskirts of globular clusters as modified gravity probes  01'
Maria A. Jimenez Zuniga  (Universidad Autonoma de Mexico, Mexico)
Vacuum energy problem  01'
Abhiram Mamandur Kidambi  (University of Nottingham, UK)
Detecting Stochastic GWs due to Non-linear Structure Formation  01'
Abhilash Mishra  (California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, USA)
11:15
12:15
Galaxy formation - Lecture 1
01h00'
C. Baugh
ICC, Durham U.
12:15
13:45
Lunch Break
01h30'
13:45
14:45
Statistics and Data Analysis - Lecture 4
01h00'
W. Percival
ICG, Portsmouth
14:45
15:45
Galaxy formation - Lecture 2
01h00'
C. Baugh
ICC, Durham U.
15:45
16:15
Coffee Break
30'
16:15
17:15
Supernovae
01h00'
B. Bassett
AIMS, SAAO & UCT
19:30
21:30
Special Buffet and Music
02h00'
The self-service buffet can be paid with one full meal coupon or euro 9.50/person (one drink included). The Aperitif Corner will serve other types of drinks to be paid extra, on the spot.
26 July 2012
09:30
10:30
Galaxy formation - Lecture 3
01h00'
C. Baugh
ICC, Durham U.
10:30
11:15
Coffee Break
45'
11:15
12:15
Lensing - Lecture 1
01h00'
H. Hoekstra
Leiden Observatory
12:15
13:45
Lunch Break
01h30'
13:45
14:45
Galaxy formation - Lecture 4
01h00'
C. Baugh
ICC, Durham U.
14:45
15:45
Lensing - Lecture 2
01h00'
H. Hoekstra
Leiden Observatory
15:45
16:15
Coffee Break
30'
16:15
17:15
Discussion Session
01h00'
27 July 2012
09:30
10:30
CMB - Lecture 3
01h00'
R. Durrer
Geneva U.
10:30
11:15
Coffee Break
45'
11:15
12:15
Lensing - Lecture 3
01h00'
H. Hoekstra
Leiden Observatory
12:15
13:45
Lunch Break
01h30'
13:45
14:45
CMB - Lecture 4
01h00'
R. Durrer
Geneva U.
14:45
15:45
Lensing - Lecture 4
01h00'
H. Hoekstra
Leiden Observatory
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