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Conference Poster

Image Credit: Amanda Smith, Institute of Astronomy. Composite image credits: Kunesch et al., Millennium XXL simulation, SDSS, Planck, Keating et al., STScI, DES, Bourne et al., Fiacconi et al., FABLE simulation, Illustris simulation, ESA/Hubble, NASA and the LEGUS team.


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Public Lecture Poster

Image Credit: Amanda Smith, Institute of Astronomy. Composite image credits: Kunesch et al., Millennium XXL simulation, SDSS, Planck, Keating et al., STScI, DES, Bourne et al., Fiacconi et al., FABLE simulation, Illustris simulation, ESA/Hubble, NASA and the LEGUS team.


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Scientific Programme

The main themes of the conference will be: CMB, early Universe, large scale structure, precision cosmology, reionization, galaxy formation and gravitational waves with the aim to bring together scientific communities working in these areas to identify key challenges and future prospects in cosmology.


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Timetable

Programme Timetable Programme Timings Printable version: timetable.pdf Talk lengths for each type of talk are: R (Review)- 20 minutes for the presentation with 10 minutes for questions H (Highlight) - 15 minutes for the presentation with 5 minutes for questions C (Contributed) - 12 minutes for the...


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Organising Committees

SOC: Anthony Challinor, George Efstathiou, Martin Haehnelt, Anthony Lasenby, Roberto Maiolino, Paul Shellard, Blake Sherwin, Debora Sijacki (chair), Ulrich Sperhake LOC: Martin Bourne, Steven Brereton (chair), Philippa Downing, George Efstathiou, Oliver Friedrich, Will Handley, Roderick Johnston...


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Participants

We plan to host up to 130 registered participants and to have a mixture of review, highlight and contributed talks as well as posters.


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Guidelines for Good Practice

The organisers are committed to conducting meetings that are productive and enjoyable for everyone. This meeting is a place for the open exchange of scientific ideas. Harassment of participants in any form will not be tolerated. Thank you for helping make this a welcoming, respectful space for all.


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Venue

The conference will be held at the Institute of Astronomy and the Kavli Institute for Cosmology in the University of Cambridge. The IoA and KICC are located in West Cambridge.


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Accommodation

We have reserved a number of rooms at Fitzwilliam College at preferential rates.


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Travel

Getting here Information on how to reach the city and the department may be found here . Taxis The KICC is a 15-20 minute taxi journey from the railway station, and costs around £8-9 with Panther Taxis Ltd (01223 715715). Bike hire By far the easiest way to travel around Cambridge is by bicycle...


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Social Events

On Monday Sept 16th following the end of the first day programme, there will be a welcome reception in the Hoyle Foyer of the Institute of Astronomy. On Tuesday Sept 17th there will be a public talk given by Martin Rees, Roger Blandford and David Spergel at 7pm at the Lady Mitchell Hall . Tickets...


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Conference Photograph

Orders available online via Lafayette Photography here and entering the login code 190917KAV1


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Contact us

Organising Committees can be emailed at kicc10th@ast.cam.ac.uk +44 (0)1223 337516 - Steven Brereton (LOC chair) +44 (0)1223 766642 - Debora Sijacki (SOC chair) Mailing Address Kavli Institute for Cosmology, Cambridge c/o Institute of Astronomy University of Cambridge Madingley Road Cambridge CB3...