Final Agenda
(23rd March 2002)

Sunday March 17th

30'

-

General introduction
J. Peebles (Princeton)
- Transparencies - Postscript


Morning Session: Expansion (SN - H0)
Chairman J. Steinberger (CERN)

30'

-

History
G. Tammann (Basel)
- Transparencies - Postscript

30'

-

Distance scales - HST
W. Freedman (Pasadena)
- Transparencies - Postscript

30'

-

Age of the Universe
B. Chaboyer (Dartmouth)
- Transparencies - Postscript

15'

-

H0 from CBI
P. Udomprasert (Pasadena)
- Transparencies - Postscript

15'

-

Surface brightness
S. Mei (Orsay)
- Transparencies - Postscript


Afternoon Session 1 : Cosmic Microwave Background (1)
Chairman S. White (Munich)

30'

-

Pre-history of CMB Studies
B. Partridge (Haverford)
- Transparencies - Postscript

20'

-

CMB Observations in the Planck Era
F. Bouchet (Paris)
- Transparencies - Postscript

20'

-

CMB Observations in the Post-Planck Era
J. Peterson (Pittsburgh)
- Transparencies - Postscript


Afternoon Session 2 : Nucleosynthesis (1)
Chairman S. White (Munich)

20'

-

Deuterium with Fuse
G. Hebrard (Paris)
- Transparencies - Postscript

40'

-

BBN: theoretical inputs and uncertainties,
comparison with the deuterium observations in QSO's
S. Burles (Boston)
- Transparencies - Postscript

20'

-

Lithium-7: evolution
S. Vauclair (Toulouse) - Transparencies - Postscript

Monday March 18th


Morning Session: The nature of dark matter (1)
Chairman S. Borgani (Trieste)

30'

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Baryonic dark matter
J. Silk (Oxford) - Transparencies - Postscript

30'

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Non-baryonic dark matter
R. Kolb (Cern) - Transparencies - Postscript

30'

-

Direct and indirect detection
G. Chardin (Saclay) - Transparencies - Postscript

15'

-

Matter density in clusters
A. Mahdavi (Hawaii) - Transparencies - Postscript


Afternoom Session 1 : Nucleosynthesis (2)
Chairman J. Silk (Oxford)

40'

-

Helium-3 observations / galactic evolution
T. Bania (Boston)
- Transparencies - Postscript

30'

-

Helium-4
V. Luridiana (Mexico) - Transparencies - Postscript


Afternoom Session 2 : Cosmic Microwave Background (2)
Chairman J. Silk (Oxford)

15'

-

Testing gaussianity of the CMB: MAXIMA
A. Heavens (Edimburgh) - Transparencies - Postscript

15'

-

Tools to Detect non-Gaussianity in non-standard Cosmological Models
J.-L. Sanz (Santander) - Transparencies - Postscript

15'

-

An update on the study of CMB Gaussianity
J.-H. Wu (Berkeley) - Postscript

15'

-

Gaussianity of the CMB maps
S. Shandarin (Kansas) - Transparencies - Postscript

15'

-

Galactic foregrounds for the Very Small Array at 30 GHz
C. Dickinson (Manchester) - Transparencies - Postscript

15'

-

Varying alpha in the early universe: CMB, large-scale structure
and Fisher matrix analysis
C. Martins (Cambridge) - Transparencies - Postscript

Tuesday March 19th


Morning Session 1 : Primordial Universe (1)
Chairman D. Lyth (Lancaster)

30'

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Brane cosmology - review
D. Langlois (Paris) - Transparencies - Postscript

15'

-

Cosmological brane perturbations
K. Malik (Paris) - Transparencies - Postscript

15'

-

Brane cosmology with a bulk scalar field
M. Rodriguez-Martinez (Paris) - Transparencies - Postscript


Morning Session 2 : Structure Formation (1)
Chairman D. Lyth (Lancaster)

40'

-

Structure formation - Review
S. White (Garching) - Transparencies - Postscript

15'

-

Local Group Velocity
M. Chodorowski (Warsaw) - Transparencies - Postscript

15'

-

Hubble Flow
C. Horellou (Onsala) - Transparencies - Postscript

15'

-

Cosmological parameters from LSS
V. Lukash (Moscow) - Transparencies - Postscript


Afternoon Session 1 : Galaxy Distribution
Chairman F. Bouchet (Paris)

30'

-

Extraction of cosmological parameters
O. Lahav (Cambridge) - Transparencies - Postscript

15'

-

The topology of the 2dF galaxies
A. Canavezes (Cambridge) - Transparencies - Postscript

15'

-

Bias of galaxies
L. Verde (Princeton) - Transparencies - Postscript

15'

-

HDF survey
S. Arnouts (ESO) - Transparencies - Postscript

15'

-

Clustering - VVDS and CFDF
S. Foucaud (Marseille) - Transparencies - Postscript

15'

-

DEEP2
C. Marinoni (Berkeley) - Transparencies - Postscript


Afternoon Session 2 : The nature of dark matter (2)
Chairman F. Bouchet (Paris)

15'

-

Probing dark matter distribution with gravitational lensing
and stellar dynamics
T. Treu (Pasadena) - Transparencies - Postscript

15'

-

The self-annihilation signal from cold dark matter
J. Taylor (Oxford) - Transparencies - Postscript

15'

-

Detecting Dark Matter Substructure with Strong Gravitational Lenses
B. Metcalf (Cambridge) - Transparencies - Postscript

Wednesday March 20th


Morning Session 1 : Clusters (1)
Chairman R. Fusco-Femiano (Roma)

40'

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Clusters as Cosmic Probes
A. Blanchard (Toulouse) - Transparencies - Postscript

15'

-

AMI
M. Jones (Cambridge) - Transparencies - Postscript

15'

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Cosmological constraints from SZ
R. Kneissl (Cambridge) - Transparencies - Postscript

15'

-

SZ Survey Simulations
J. Geisbuesch (Cambridge) - Transparencies - Postscript


Morning Session 2 : Primordial Universe (2)
Chairman R. Fusco-Femiano (Roma)

15'

-

A braneworld cosmology from colliding bubbles
M. Bucher (Cambridge) - Transparencies - Postscript

15'

-

Perturbations in the Ekpyrotic Scenarios
P. Peter (Paris) - Transparencies - Postscript

15'

-

Baryogenesis
M. Gleiser (Dartmouth) - Transparencies - Postscript

15'

-

Loop corrections to quintessence potentials
J. Jackel (Heidelberg) - Transparencies - Postscript


Afternoon Session 1 : Weak Lensing
Chairman Ch. Balland (Orsay)

30'

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Review of observational results
L. Van Waerbeke (Paris) - Transparencies - Postscript

15'

-

Weak lensing effects in quintessence models
K. Benabed (New-York) - Postscript

15'

-

Gravitational mass profiles
S. Ettori (ESO) - Transparencies - Postscript

15'

-

Numerical arc cross sections
M. Meneghetti (Padova) - Transparencies - Postscript

15'

-

S-Z and weak lensing
Ph. Marshall (Cavendish) - Transparencies - Postscript


Afternoon Session 2 : The cosmological constant and dark energy (1)
Chairman Ch. Balland (Orsay)

15'

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Possibilities for future supernovae and
cluster survey to probe dark energy
J. Weller (Cambridge) - Transparencies - Postscript

15'

-

Nature of dark energy
I. Maor (Beer-Sheva) - Transparencies - Postscript

15'

-

A not-so-constant cosmological constant?
M. Kunz (Oxford) - Transparencies - Postscript

15'

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About the cosmological constant?
R. Triay (Oxford) - Transparencies - Postscript

Thursday March 21st


Morning Session 1 : The cosmological constant and dark energy (2)
Chairman W. Freedman (Pasadena)

30'

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Supernovae
N. Regnault (Berkeley)
- Transparencies - Postscript

15'

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Constraints on dark energy
R. Bean (London) - Transparencies - Postscript

15'

-

Measurement of high-z SN1a
J. Raux (Paris) - Transparencies - Postscript

15'

-

The Supernova Factory project
P. Antilogus (Lyon) - Transparencies - Postscript

15'

-

Coupling dark energy with dark matter
L. Amendola (Roma) - Transparencies - Postscript


Morning Session 2 : Structure Formation (2)
Chairman W. Freedman (Pasadena)

15'

-

Dark energy and structure formation
J. Schwindt (Heidelberg) - Transparencies - Postscript

15'

-

Primordial magnetic field
M. Langer (Orsay) - Transparencies - Postscript

15'

-

Cluster masses in simulations
A. Maccio (Milano) - Transparencies - Postscript

15'

-

Recent dynamical evolution of clusters and Omega_m
M. Plionis (Athens) - Transparencies - Postscript


Afternoon Session : Cosmic Microwave Background (3)
Chairman K. Gorski (ESO)

15'

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Analysing interferometric CMB data
K. Maisinger (Cambridge) - Transparencies - Postscript

15'

-

First results from the VSA
K. Grainge (Cambridge) - Transparencies - Postscript

15'

-

The VSA power spectrum and Cosmological Implications
A. Taylor (Cambridge) - Transparencies not allowed to be posted on the web - Postscript

15'

-

The VSA power spectrum and Cosmological Implications
R. Savage (Cambridge) - Transparencies not allowed to be posted on the web - Postscript

15'

-

Measurements of the CMB Power Spectrum to L=3500 with the CBI
B. Mason (Pasadena) - Transparencies - Postscript

15'

-

Cosmology from BOOMERANG and CBI
C. Contaldi (Toronto) - Transparencies not allowed to be posted on the web - Postscript

15'

-

Archeops
A. Amblard (Paris) - Transparencies - Postscript

15'

-

CMB data analysis
M. Douspis (Oxford) - Transparencies - Postscript

15'

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CMBEASY, intuitivly calculating the CMB
M. Doran (Heidelberg) - Transparencies - Postscript

Friday March 22nd


Morning Session 1 : Primordial Universe (3)
Chairman R. Kolb (CERN)

30'

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Inflation - review
D. Lyth (Lancaster) - Transparencies - Postscript

15'

-

Support for inflation from the pre-Planck era
A. Gangui (Buenos-Aires) - Transparencies - Postscript

15'

-

Lambda-inflation versus observation
E. Mikheeva (Moscow) - Transparencies - Postscript

15'

-

Generalized chaotic inflation
F. Cao (Paris) - Transparencies - Postscript


Morning Session 2 : Cosmic Microwave Background (4)
Chairman R. Kolb (CERN)

15'

-

The COBE legacy
K. Gorski (ESO) - Postscript

15'

-

What can we learn from CMB polarization measurements ?
J. Delabrouille (Paris) - Transparencies - Postscript

15'

-

CMB polarization and CBI
J. Cartwright (Pasadena) - Transparencies - Postscript


Afternoon Session 1 : Clusters (2)
Chairman G. Tammann (Basel)

15'

-

Strong Lensing Clusters
G. Golse (Toulouse) - Transparencies - Postscript

15'

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Wide Field Imaging
C. Ferrari (Nice) - Transparencies - Postscript

15'

-

Detection of SZ clusters
D. Herranz (Santander) - Transparencies - Postscript

15'

-

Superclusters with SZ surveys
A. Diaferio (Torino) - Transparencies - Postscript

15'

-

Estimating z of galaxy clusters from SZE data
J. Diego Rodriguez (Oxford) - Transparencies - Postscript

15'

-

Heating and cooling the ICM
S. Borgani (Trieste) - Transparencies - Postscript

15'

-

Dark matter vs baryons in clusters
N. Menci (Bologna) - Transparencies - Postscript

15'

-

Iron abundances in hydrodynamical SPH simulations of galaxy clusters
R. Valdarnini (Trieste) - Transparencies - Postscript

15'

-

Lens magnification by CL0024+1654 in U and R:
constraints on cluster mass and the faint U band field galaxy number count slope
S. Dye (London) - Transparencies - Postscript

Saturday March 23rd


Closing session Summary Talk
Chairman J. Tran Thanh Van (Orsay)

45'

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Summary talk
O. Lahav (London) - Transparencies - Postscript


Jacques Dumarchez
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