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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.

Detailed scientific programme can be found here and the full list of all registered participants is available here.

The abstract booklet is available here.

Below are the invited speakers.

Invited review talk speakers:

Manuela Campanelli, John Carlstrom, Jo Dunkley, George Efstathiou, Richard Ellis, Anastasia Fialkov, Reinhard Genzel, Jacqueline Hewitt, Marc Kamionkowski, Andrei Linde, Piero Madau, Rachel Mandelbaum, Samaya Nissanke, Hiranya Peiris, Will Percival, Uros Seljak, Alberto Sesana, Alice Shapley, David Spergel, Volker Springel, Risa Wechsler, Simon White

Invited highlight talk speakers:

Steve Allen, Elisa Chisari, Avishai Dekel, Xiaohui Fan, Daniel Holz, Laura Keating, Andrey Kravtsov, Masami Ouchi, Celine Peroux, Matteo Viel, Steffi Walch

Conference summary panel:

Roger Blandford (chair), Jo Dunkley, Alice Shapley, Carlos Frenk, Ofer Lahav

 

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