Tensions in the LCDM paradigm

from Monday, 14 May 2018 (08:00) to Friday, 18 May 2018 (18:00)
Mainz Institute for Theoretical Physics, Johannes Gutenberg University (02.430)

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
14 May 2018
15 May 2018
16 May 2018
17 May 2018
18 May 2018
AM
09:00 Introduction   (02.430)
09:30 Planck results on cosmology - Karim Benabed   (02.430)
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10:10 Late Universe Measurement of the Hubble Constant and Evidence of Tension with Early Universe - Adam Riess   (02.430)
10:50 --- Coffee ---
11:10 Fitting LCDM to SPT-SZ and SPTpol Data - Kimmy Wu   (02.430)
Slides
11:50
Discussion (until 12:30) (02.430)
09:30 Local Group mysteries revealed by dwarf satellite galaxies - Marius Cautun   (02.430)
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10:10 Co-rotating planes of dwarf galaxy satellites challenging Cold Dark Matter cosmology - Oliver Muller   (02.430)
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10:50 --- Coffee ---
11:10 The tight coupling between baryons and dark matter in galaxies: a challenge for LCDM? - Federico Lelli   (02.430)
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11:50
Discussion (until 12:30) (02.430)
09:30 Constraining cosmological parameters with BAO and RSD from BOSS & eBOSS galaxy clustering datasets - Hector Gil-Marin   (02.430)
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10:10 The expansion of the Universe before dark energy: high-redshift measurements using the Lyman alpha forest - Andreu Font-Ribera   (02.430)
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10:50 --- Coffee ---
11:10 Elucidating ΛCDM: Impact of Baryon Acoustic Oscillation Measurements on the Hubble Constant Discrepancy - Graeme Addison   (02.430)
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11:50 H0liCOW, precision H0 determination from strong lensing - Tom Collett   (02.430)
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09:30 Constraints on non-standard dark matter scenarios from measurements of the galaxy luminosity function at high-redshifts - Pier Stefano Corasaniti   (02.430)
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10:10 The dark hearts of dwarves and globular clusters - Predictions for dark matter content in low mass objects - Peter Creasey   (02.430)
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10:50 --- Coffee ---
11:10 Simulating Self-Interacting Dark Matter - Mark Vogelsberger   (02.430)
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11:50
Discussion (until 12:30) (02.430)
09:30 Dark Energy as Viewed by the Dark Energy Survey - Eduardo Rozo   (02.430)
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10:10 Constraints on cosmological parameters from galaxy clusters: tSZ cluster counts and power spectrum combined with CMB - Laura Salvati   (02.430)
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10:50 --- Coffee ---
11:10 Prospects of LSST and WFIRST to constrain physics beyond LCDM - Tim Eifler   (02.430)
11:50
Discussion (until 12:30) (02.430)
PM
12:30 --- Lunch ---
14:30 Hydrodynamical simulations of galaxy formation: can baryonic physics affect the dark matter distribution? - Cecilia Scannapieco   (02.430)
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15:10 Reconciling LCDM with the low mass satellites of the Milky Way and M31 - Azadeh Fattahi   (02.430)
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15:50 --- Coffee ---
16:10 Satellite galaxies in the Auriga simulations: a challenge to LambdaCMD? - Christine Simpson   (02.430)
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16:50
Discussion (until 17:30) (02.430)
12:30 --- Lunch ---
14:15 New cosmological results with Type Ia Supernovae - Dan Scolnic   (02.430)
14:55 The next generation of ground based CMB experiments - Thibaut Louis   (02.430)
15:35 --- Coffee ---
15:55 ΛCDM tensions and the CMB: Past, Present, and Future - Chuck Bennet   (02.430)
16:35
Discussion (until 17:30) (02.430)
12:30 --- Lunch ---
14:30 Dark matter structure via 21-cm 'observations' of simulated galaxies - Kyle Oman   (02.430)
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15:10 Determination of the DM density profile of the MW (and how much to trust it) - Ekaterina Karukes   (02.430)
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15:40 Testing Modified Gravity Theories with the Milky Way - Maria Benito   (02.430)
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16:10 Probing LCDM on small scales with the convergence power spectrum in strong lenses - Ana Diaz Rivero   (02.430)
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16:40
Discussion (until 17:20) (02.430)
12:30 --- Lunch ---
14:30 Disentangling Inflation, Reionization, and Cosmic Acceleration with the CMB - Vivian Miranda   (02.430)
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15:10 Improved cosmological constraints from KiDS+VIKING - Hendrik Hildebrandt   (02.430)
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15:50 --- Coffee ---
16:10 DES Cosmology: results, and tensions with other experiments - Elisabeth Krause   (02.430)
16:50
Discussion (until 17:30) (02.430)
12:30 --- Lunch ---
14:00
Discussion and Wrap-Up (until 16:00) (02.430)
15:10 --- Coffee ---