Advanced Euclid School - the Science of Future Cosmological Surveys

June 20, 2022 - July 1, 2022
The primary objective of this school is to present to scientists involved in the Euclid project a wide range of fundamental aspects of modern cosmology. The school will review the main theoretical, observational, instrumental and numerical techniques used to analyze various cosmological probes such as galaxy clustering, weak and strong lensing, clusters cosmology, redshift space distortions or baryon acoustic oscillations. It will also focus on the complementarities between the major cosmological surveys such as Euclid, SKA, LSST or CMB experiments.
This Session is organized by:

Bogna KUBIK, IP2I/IN2P3, Villeurbanne, France
Alain BLANCHARD, IRAP/INSU, Toulouse, France

More information can be found on the Session's WEBSITE.
Published on  November 16, 2021
Updated on January 26, 2022