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Kavli Institute for Cosmology, Cambridge

KICC mini symposium 15 September  
14:30–14:42 Enrico Pajer A timeless history of time
14:42–14:54 Vid Irsic

Unravelling the nature of dark matter with large-scale structure

14:54–15:06 Naomi Robertson Is lensing really low?
15:06–15:18 Will Handley

Next-generation cosmological analysis with nested sampling

15:18–15:30 Eloy de Lera Acedo

Radio cosmology at KICC: unveiling the infant Universe with radio experiments and mega observatories

15:30–15:42 Sandro Tacchella

Forming diverse galaxies across cosmic time – new perspectives from the James Webb Space Telescope

15:42–15:54 Isobel Romero-Shaw (remote)

New frontiers in gravitational wave astrophysics

15:54–16:06 Debora Sijacki (remote)

The next frontier of cosmic structure formation simulations: a multi-messenger view of galaxies and their central black holes

16:06–16:18 Nicolas Laporte

New insights on the formation of the first galaxies from the James Webb Space Telescope

16:18–16:30 Mathias Nowak

Exoplanet science with long-baseline interferometry


KICC Annual Report 2020

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