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Program


The program is available for download here

The slides of the talks are available in the links below

Tuesday, May 24th 2016
Reality Check
09:15 Francis Bernardeau (IAP & IPhT Saclay, France)
Introduction to nonlinear large scale structure
09:30 Yannick Mellier (IAP & SAp CEA, France)
Exploring large scale structures with Euclid
11:00 Florian Beutler (U. of Portsmouth, UK)
Models for current large scale structure observations
14:00 Uros Seljak (UC Berkeley, US)
LSS: Data, simulations, theory
15:30 Stephane Colombi (IAP, France)
High precision simulations for high precision Cosmology
17:00 Pier-Stefano Corasaniti (Observatoire de Paris, France)
N-body matter power spectrum & covariance benchmarks for future galaxy survey data analyses


Wednesday, May 25th 2016
Perturbative Theory Methods
09:30
Roman Scoccimarro (NYU, US)
Standard and renormalized perturbation theories and beyond
11:00
Takahiko Matsubra (Nagoya U., Japan)
The Lagrangian and the integrated perturbation theories
14:00
Massimo Pietroni (INFN Padova, Italy)
The time renormalization group and coarse-grained perturbation theories
15:30
Leonardo Senatore (Stanford U. & SLAC, US)
On the perturbative approaches to LSS and the EFT of LSS
17:00
Matias Zaldarriaga (IAS, US)
Recent results using the EFT of LSS


Thursday, May 26th 2016
Beyond Standard Models
09:30
Enrico Pajer (Utrecht U., Netherlands)
Primordial Non-Gaussianity in large scale structures
10:00  Drian van der Woude/Yvette Welling (Utrecht U./Leiden U., Netherlands)
Effective theory of large scale structure with primordial non-Gaussianity/
Lifting primordial non-Gaussianity above the noise
11:00
Patrick Valageas (IPhT Saclay, France)
Analytical approaches for large scale structures in some modified Gravity scenarios
11:30 Atsushi Taruya (U. of Kyoto, Japan)
Redshift space distortions as a probe of Gravity
14:00
Helene Dupuy (U. of Geneva, Switzerland)
Including neutrinos in standard perturbation theory
14:30
Diego Blas (CERN, Switzerland)
Massive neutrinos and LSS beyond linear approximation via the time RG approach
15:30
Carmelita Carbone (INAF Merate, Italy)
Clustering, lensing and ISW/RS from the DEMNUni neutrino simulations
16:00 Michele Levi (IAP & ILP, France)
Massive neutrinos in nonlinear LSS: A consistent perturbation theory
17:00 Daniele Bertolini (UC Berkeley, US)
The EFT of LSS at NNLO: Trispectrum and covariance of the power spectrum
17:30 Katelin Schutz (UC Berkeley, US)
N-point functions in the EFT of LSS: practical challenges and future prospects






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