Essential Cosmology for the Next Generation conference

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Eric Linder
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Essential Cosmology for the Next Generation conference

Post by Eric Linder » August 03 2008

ESSENTIAL COSMOLOGY FOR THE NEXT GENERATION
(also known as Cosmology on the Beach)

January 12-16, 2009 in Los Cabos, Mexico

For up-to-date details, see the Conference website

This meeting is a winter school with course lectures, blended with recent research advances in plenary talks, and student/postdoc participation. We encourage a diverse group of advanced graduate students and postdocs interested in attending to contact members of one of the three organizing institutions for information.

LECTURE COURSES:
  • Carlos Frenk, Simulation/Visualization
    Eric Linder, Dark Energy
    Chung-Pei Ma, Dark Matter
    Simon White, Large Scale Structure
    Matias Zaldarriaga, CMB Secondary Anisotropies
RESEARCH TALKS:
John Carlstrom, George Smoot, and others

Organized by the Berkeley Center for Cosmological Physics, Instituto Avanzado de Cosmologia, Mexico, and Universe Cluster of Excellence, Munich

Eric Linder
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Essential Cosmology for the Next Generation conference

Post by Eric Linder » September 04 2008

Please note that further details on logistics for this winter school/conference are now available on the conference website. The application form for participation and financial support (for advanced graduate students and postdocs at US institutions - others should contact the Mexico or Munich organizing committees) is also there. Applications should be received by 15 October 2008.

Eric Linder
Posts: 52
Joined: August 02 2006
Affiliation: UC Berkeley

Essential Cosmology for the Next Generation conference

Post by Eric Linder » October 06 2008

The most up to date information is now on the conference website
http://bccp.lbl.gov/beach_program/index.html

Note: Thanks to generous support by the US National Science Foundation and BCCP we can cover all reasonable expenses (up to a maximum of $2000) for graduate students and postdocs from US institutions attending the meeting. We strongly encourage a diverse group of students and researchers to apply by the deadline of October 15.

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