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MPA/MPE CosmoClub - The LSS (and more) Journal Club

2022

Wednesdays at 14:00 at MPA seminar room 005

Admins: Sara Maleubre , Laura Herold , Vyoma Muralidhara , Agnė Semėnaitė .


Date Speaker Title Arxiv number
Oct. 12 Wheel only
Oct. 19 Matteo Esposito The JWST High Redshift Observations and Primordial Non-Gaussianity arXiv:2210.04812
Oct. 26 Andrija Kostic The MillenniumTNG Project: High-precision predictions for matter clustering and halo statistics
The MillenniumTNG Project: Inferring cosmology from galaxy clustering with accelerated N-body scaling and subhalo abundance matching
arXiv:2210.10059
arXiv:2210.10075
Nov. 2 Andrea Pezzotta COMET: Clustering Observables Modelled by Emulated perturbation Theory arXiv:2208.01070
Nov. 9 Alex Barreira Constraints on primordial non-Gaussianity from halo bias measured through CMB lensing cross-correlations arXiv:2210.01049
Nov. 16 Jose Luis Bernal The deconvolved distribution estimator: enhancing reionisation-era CO line-intensity mapping analyses with a cross-correlation analogue for one-point statistics
Characteristic Functions for Cosmological Cross-Correlations
arXiv:2210.14890
arXiv:2210.14902
Nov. 23 Vyoma Muralidhara Big bang nucleosynthesis and early dark energy in light of the EMPRESS Yp results and the H0 tension arXiv:2211.04087
Nov. 30 - **No Journal Club**
Dec. 7 Laura Herold A new constraint on Early Dark Energy using the Profile Likelihood arXiv:2210.16296
arXiv:2112.12140
Dec. 14 Alejandra Melo

Previously discussed papers can be found here.

General guidlines and info

  • The meetings are weekly, 1-hour long sessions, consisting of one 15-minute paper talk with a 15-minute discussion and a 30-minute free discussion session on recent arXiv papers.
  • The paper in the first half is freely chosen by the person leading the discussion.
  • In the second half hour, we will have short (<5 min) presentations on papers that are not older than two weeks. The goal of the speaker should be to give a motivation in a broader context (why was the paper written? what is the big science question that motivated the paper?) and to discuss one or two plots. The speakers will be selected randomly during the JC by means of an oracle. The speaker of the first part will not be picked by the oracle. If there is a good reason, it is of course possible to let the organisers know that they want to be removed from the random oracle part. The goal is to practice reading papers and presenting to others without over-preparing. So, it is not expected that the person who presents has read the paper fully, but it can be enough to read for example abstract, figure captions and conclusions.




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