Contents and Structures of the Universe
Final Agenda

(Indicated talk duration do not include questions)

Sunday March 19th


Morning Session 1: Standard Model and Cosmological Parameters (1)
Chairperson R. Hollman (Carnegie Mellon)

30'

-

What have we learned from CMB observations
A. Lasenby (Cambridge)
- Transparencies

15'

 - 

Astrophysical tests of fundamental physics  
C. Martins (Porto)
  - Transparencies  


Morning Session 2: Current Observations (1)
Chairperson

30'

-

Structure formation and numerical simulations
S. White (Garching)
- Transparencies

12'

 - 

AMI: A galaxy-cluster-survey telescope  
K. Grainge (Cambridge)
   - Transparencies  

12'

 - 

Early Science with AMI  
J. Zwart (Cambridge)
   - Transparencies  

15'

 - 

Joint multi--component analysis of Archeops and WMAP observations of Cosmic Microwave Background anisotropies.  
G. Patanchon (Vancouver)
   - Transparencies  

15'

 - 

Cosmic ray physics in calculations of cosmological structure formation  
T. Ensslin (Garching)
   - Transparencies  


Afternoon Session 1: Theoretical insights (1)
Chairperson M. Bucher (Orsay)

30'

-

Branes and Cosmology
C. Burgess (Hamilton)
- Transparencies

15'

 - 

Effective theories of Inflaton initial states and Trans-Planckian Physics in the CMB  
R. Holman (Pittsburgh)
   - Transparencies  

15'

 - 

Constraining Dissipative Inflation with the CMB  
L. Hall (Sheffield)
   - Transparencies  

15'

 - 

Enhancing the tensor-to-scalar ratio in simple inflation.  
A. Vikman (Munich)
  - Transparencies  


Afternoon Session 2: Current Observations (2)
Chairperson

15'

 - 

The Dipole Anisotropy of the 2 Micron All-Sky Redshift Survey  
P. Erdogdu (Nottingham)
  - Transparencies  

15'

 - 

The Lyman-alpha forest as a cosmological probe  
M. Viel (Cambridge)
   - Transparencies  

15'

 - 

Investigate dark energy by a multi probes approach  
A. Ealet (Marseille)
  - Transparencies  

Monday March 20th


Morning Session 1: Standard Model and Cosmological Parameters (2)
Chairperson J. Bartlett (Orsay)

60'

-

WMAP
L. Page (Princeton)
- Transparencies

15'

 - 

Detecting shock waves in cosmological smoothed particle hydrodynamics simulations  
C. Pfrommer (Toronto)
  - Transparencies  

15'

 - 

Best median values for cosmological parameters  
M. Roos (Helsinki)
   - Transparencies  


Morning Session 1: Theoretical insights (2)
Chairperson J. Bartlett (Orsay)

25'

 - 

Early Dark Energy  
M. Doran (Heidelberg)
   - Transparencies  

15'

 - 

Do vortons form?  
M. Postma (Amsterdam)
   - Transparencies  


Afternoon Session 1: Current Observations (3)
Chairperson A. Lasenby (Cambridge)

30'

-

Balloon experiments / Boomerang
De Bernardis (Rome)
- Transparencies

15'

 - 

CMB Polarimetry with MAXIPOL  
B. Johnson (Oxford)
   - Transparencies  

15'

 - 

Sunyaev-Zel'dovich Observations using the Super-Extended Very Small Array.  
A. Scaife (Cambridge)
   - Transparencies  

25'

 - 

SZ Surveys are Coming: what should we do?  
J. Bartlett (Paris)
   - Transparencies  


Afternoon Session 2: The Future (1)
Chairperson A. Lasenby (Cambridge)

30'

-

Large arrays for mm
P. Richards (Berkeley)
- Transparencies

25'

 - 

A 21 cm Redshift Survey to Test Dark Energy Models.  
J. Peterson (Pittsburgh)
   - Transparencies  

15'

 - 

Galactic hidden gas, the OSER project  
M. Moniez (Orsay)
   - Transparencies  

Tuesday March 21st


Morning Session 1: Current Observations (4)
Chairperson P. Richards (Berkeley)

30'

-

Constraining dark energy
P. Astier (Paris)
- Transparencies

15'

 - 

The SuperNova Legacy Survey: cosmological results from the first year data set  
D. Fouchez (Marseille)
   - Transparencies  

15'

 - 

Offline analysis in the SuperNova Legacy Survey and SNIa explosion rate  
V. Lusset (Saclay)
   - Transparencies  

15'

 - 

Supernovae and Dark Energy  
A. Goobar (Stockholm)
  - Transparencies  


Morning Session 2: Standard Model and Cosmological Parameters (3)
Chairperson P. Richards (Berkeley)

30'

-

Observational constraints and cosmological parameters
A. Lewis (Cambridge)
- Transparencies

15'

 - 

Measuring neutrino masses and dark enery with weak lensing tomography  
H. Tu (Aarhus)
  - Transparencies  

15'

 - 

Limits on the sum of neutrino masses from a combined analysis of data from cosmic microwave background radiation and large scale structures  
P. Serra (Roma)
   - Transparencies  

15'

 - 

CMB fluctuations and weak lensing seeded by cosmic strings  
M. Landriau (Austin)
   - Transparencies  


Afternoon Session 1: Cosmology with high energy photons (1)
Chairperson I. Maor (Cleveland)

25'

 - 

Indirect detection of dark matter candidates through gamma-rays  
L. Bergstrom (Stockholm)
   - Transparencies  

15'

 - 

The status of new Dark Matter project ULTIMA  
Y. Bunkov (Grenoble)
   - Transparencies  

15'

 - 

Dark Matter Search with AMS-02  
S. Di Falco (Pisa)
   - Transparencies  

15'

 - 

Kaluza-Klein Dark Matter Search with GLAST  
E. Nuss (Montpellier)
   - Transparencies  


Afternoon Session 2: Theoretical insights (3)
Chairperson I. Maor (Cleveland)

25'

 - 

Inflation, strings, CMB anisotropies and leptogenesis  
R. Jeannerot (Leiden)
   - Transparencies  

15'

 - 

Scaling in Domain Wall Networks  
A. Moss (Manchester)
   - Transparencies  

15'

 - 

D-brane decay and cosmological dark energy  
I. Arefeva (Moscow)
   - Transparencies  

15'

 - 

Signatures of Extra Dimensions  
C. Carvalho (Lisbon)
   - Transparencies  

Wednesday March 22nd


Morning Session 1: The Future (2)
Chairperson L. Bergstrom (Stockholm)

30'

-

ESO strategy and XLT's (eXtremely Large Telescopes)
B. Leibundgut (ESO)
- Transparencies

25'

 - 

Precision Studies of Dark Energy with the LSST  
D. Burke (Stanford)
   - Transparencies  

15'

 - 

Science with the European ELT  
S. D'Odorico (Garching)
   - Transparencies  


Morning Session 2: Current Observations (5)
Chairperson L. Bergstrom (Stockholm)

25'

-

Mass maps of LSS from weak lensing in the HST COSMOS survey
R. Massey (Pasadena)
- Transparencies

15'

 - 

Shapelets analysis of weak lensing surveys  
J. Bergé (Saclay)
   - Transparencies  

15'

 - 

WSLAP. A code for weak and strong lensing analysis and simulation.  
J. Diego (Santander)
   - Transparencies  

15'

 - 

Weak lensing mass reconstruction of Abell209  
S. Paulin-Henriksson (Catania)
   - Transparencies  


Afternoon Session 1: Theoretical insights (4)
Chairperson R. Jeannerot (Leiden)

15'

 - 

Towards Inflation and Dark Energy Cosmologies in String Generated Gravity Models  
I. Neupane (Christchurch)
   - Transparencies  

15'

 - 

Constraining Inverse Curvature Gravity with Supernovae  
J. Weller (London)
   - Transparencies  

15'

 - 

Flowing to four dimensions  
C. Papineau (Orsay)
   - Transparencies  


Afternoon Session 2: Common Session with QCD
Chairperson J. Trân Thanh Vân (Orsay)

30'

-

The International Linear Collider
J. List (Hamburg)
- Transparencies

30'

-

The standard model in the last 20 years : Evolution and breakthroughs
J. Silk (Oxford)
- Transparencies

Thursday March 23rd


Morning Session 1: Cosmology with high energy photons (2)
Chairperson J. Rich (Saclay)

30'

-

Studying Cosmic Acceleration with Galaxy Cluster Surveys
Joe Mohr (Urbana)
- Transparencies

25'

-

XMM-LSS
A. Réfrégier / M. Pierre (Saclay)
- Transparencies

15'

 - 

Constraining dark energy with Con-X galaxy clusters  
D. Rapetti (Stanford)
   - Transparencies  


Morning Session 2: Cosmology with high energy photons (3)
ChairpersonJ. Rich (Saclay)

30'

-

Dark matter (direct/indirect searches)
B. Serfass (Berkeley) - Transparencies

15'

 - 

Status and Outlook of the EDELWEISS Experiment  
M. Luca (Lyon)
   - Transparencies  

15'

 - 

Galactic hidden compact objects, the EROS results  
M. Moniez (Orsay)
   - Transparencies  

15'

 - 

Outlook of Neutrino Detection at the South Pole  
S. Robbins (Wuppertal)
   - Transparencies  


Afternoon Session 1: Current Observations (6)
Chairperson D. Burke (Stanford)

25'

-

SDSS + UKIDSS
J. Loveday (Brighton)
- Transparencies

25'

-

Wide field observations from space
A. Réfrégier (Saclay)
- Transparencies

15'

 - 

Detection of the ISW effect and corresponding dark energy constraints made with directional spherical wavelets  
J. Mcewen (Cambridge)
   - Transparencies  


Afternoon Session 2: Theoretical insights (5)
Chairperson D. Burke (Stanford)

15'

 - 

Why we need lab experiments to search for ALPs.  
J. Jaeckel (DESY)
   - Transparencies 

15'

 - 

Cosmological constraints on the axion  
M. Beltran (Madrid)
   - Transparencies  

25'

 - 

Cosmological Gravitomagnetism and Mach's Principle  
C. Schmid (Zurich)
   - Transparencies  

15'

 - 

Phantom-like behaviour in dilatonic brane-world scenario with induced gravity  
M. Bouhmadi-Lopez  (Portsmouth)
   - Transparencies  

Friday March 24th


Morning Session 1: Theoretical insights (6)
Chairperson C. Schmid (Zurich)

15'

 - 

Non-gaussianity and Observational Constraints for Variance of Perturbations in Curvaton Model  
J. Valiviita (Portsmouth)
   - Transparencies  

25'

-

Astrophysical signatures of light dark matter
Y. Ascasibar (Potsdam)
- Transparencies

15'

 - 

Dark energy accretion onto black holes  
V. Dokuchaev (Gran Sasso)
   - Transparencies  

15'

 - 

Numeric study of gravitational waves in Randall-Sundrum cosmology  
S. Seahra (Portsmouth)
  - Transparencies  


Morning Session 2: The Future (3)
Chairperson C. Schmid (Zurich)

15'

 - 

Component separation for polarized CMB experiments  
J. Aumont (Grenoble)
   - Transparencies  

15'

 - 

The impact of instrumental systematics on CMB polarimetry experiments  
D. O'Dea (Cambridge)
   - Transparencies  

30'

-

CMB observations from space
F. Bouchet (Paris)
- Transparencies


Afternoon Session 1: The Future (4)
Chairperson P. Astier (Paris)

30'

-

ESA [cosmology] vision
G Bignami (Toulouse)
- Transparencies

30'

-

NASA roadmap
S. Beckwith (Baltimore)
- Transparencies


Afternoon Session 2: Standard Model and Cosmological Parameters (4)
Chairperson P. Astier (Paris)

15'

 - 

Anisotropic universes due to dark energy  
R. Battye (Manchester)
   - Transparencies  

15'

 - 

On virialization with dark energy  
I. Maor (Cleveland)
   - Transparencies  

15'

 - 

Infrared modifications of gravity in 4 dimensions.  
K. van Acoleyen (Durham)
   - Transparencies  

Saturday March 25th


Closing session: Summary Talk
Chairperson R. Ansari (Orsay)

45'

-

Summary talk
F. Bouchet (Paris) - Transparencies


Posters

 - 

Gravitation Flexion: Local Variations in Lensing Fields  
D. Goldberg (Drexel)
   

 - 

Noncommutative Geometry Beyond the Standard Model  
C. Stephan (Marseille)
   

 - 

Multiresolution Approach to Weak Gravitational Lensing  
S. Pires (Saclay)
   

 - 

F_D-Term Hybrid Inflation with Electroweak Scale Lepton Number Violation  
B. Garbrecht (Manchester)
   

 - 

A Bayesian analysis of the primordial power spectrum  
M. Bridges (Cambridge)
   

 - 

SMICA, a method for blind component separation for observations of the Cosmic Microwave Background polarisation.  
J. Taylor (Cambridge)
   

 - 

Hot and Cold Spots shapes from the WMAP Data  
G. Rossi (Philadelphia)
   

 - 

Inflationary model selection and the Planck satellite  
C. Pahud (Brighton)
   

 - 

Inflationary model selection and the Planck satellite  
R. Heineke (Cambridge)
   

 - 

Virgo and its calibration  
S. Karkar (Annecy)
   

 - 

The OLIMPO experiment  
F. Nati, L. Conversi, and L. Nati (for the OLIMPO collaboration)
   


Jacques Dumarchez
Last modified: Fri Feb 10 10:15:11 METDST