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Physical Cosmology seminar: Fridays, 11:00-12:00 (Thursday 14:00 starting October 20th), @ University Observatory, Laplacestrasse seminar room

The group seminar for the winter term 2022/2023 will be held in hybrid. If you are part of the Physical Cosmology (LMU) team, you should have received the zoom details to attend. If something went wrong or you wish to attend our seminar, please write an email to steffen.hagstotz(at)lmu.de.

 

winter term 2022/2023 
Day   Speaker   Title Notes

07.10.

(Friday)

 

start of term discussion

Feel free to bring a paper or a plot!

14.10.

(Friday)

Nicolas Pérez

Mass Prediction of eROSITA Galaxy Clusters Using Machine Learning

20.10.

(Thursday)

Martin Kerscher

Efficient computation of 2-point correlation functions (https://arxiv.org/abs/2203.13288)

 

27.10.

Alessandra Fumagalli 

 Covariance matrix calibration for cluster cosmology

3.11.

 Angelo Caravano

Parity violation in the galaxy N-point function and consequences for inflation

 

10.11.

 -

conference time

17.11.

 -

 conference time

 

24.11.

Giovanni Verza

TBA

01.12.

 Steffen Hagstotz

JWST high-z galaxies and cosmological implications 

Discussion session

08.12.

 Daniela Galárraga-Espinosa

 Characterising cosmic filaments using hydro-dynamical simulations

15.12.

Daniele Oriti 

 Cosmology from Quantum Gravity

Discussion session

22.12.

-

Christmas Break

 

12.01.23

 -

Christmas Break 

 

 19.01.23

 

Journal Club: Paper discussion 

 

26.01.23

Tamas Varga 

 Insights from the LMU innovation incubator

 

02.02.23

Rintaro Kanaki 

Map-based inference with weak lensing 

 

09.02.23

 16.02.23

Discussion: Inference in cosmology and pitfalls

23.02.23

Kai Lehman Master thesis update

02.03.23

Alexander Theis Fast Radio Burst (Master thesis update)

In case you'd like to change your assigned date, please contact people you want to swap with, then email steffen.hagstotz(at)lmu.de

2. Bi-Weekly Seminar: Mondays, 10:00-11:00, University Observatory, Seminar Room.

Seminars will be announced via mailing list.