Preliminary Programme

Below is the preliminary programme for the 47th ESLAB Symposium.  This is the first version, pending changes.  The final version will be posted approximately two weeks before the symposium.

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47th ESLAB Symposium: The Universe as seen by Planck 
2 - 5 April 2013, ESA/ESTEC, Noordwijk, The Netherlands 
updated 19 Mar. 2013 
DAY 1 - TUESDAY, APRIL 2 2013 
8:00  Registration opens    
9:00  Session 1 (Plenary): Introduction to Planck and its products  Chairs: Texier, Lilje 
9:00  1st Part    
9:00  ESA introduction  Giménez
McCaughrean 
9:15  LFI introduction  Mandolesi 
9:20  HFI introduction  Puget 
9:25  Overview of Planck mission & products  Tauber 
9:55  Overview of LFI & HFI freq. map generation and their characteristics  Zacchei 
10:25  Planck non-CMB component separation  Ashown 
10:45  Component separation 25  Baccigalupi 
11:05  Coffee break    
11:40  2nd Part    
11:40  Consistency of Planck data  Lawrence 
12:00  Planck polarization at small angular scales  Tristram 
12:20  CMB polarization from Planck: status, consistency and prospects  Natoli 
12:40  Planck likelihood & power spectrum estimation  Prunet 
13:00  End of session    
13:00  Lunch    
14:00  Session 2 (Plenary): Main Cosmology results  Chairs: Martinez-Gonzalez, Finelli  
14:00  1st Part    
14:00  Cosmological parameters from Planck and other experiments  Efstathiou 
14:40  Constraints on inflation, strings, and exotic models  Bouchet 
15:20  Planck constrains on Isotropy & Geometry  Górski 
15:40  f_nl, Statistics with Planck  Matarrese 
16:00  Coffee break    
16:30  2nd Part    
16:30  Lensing and ISW results from Planck  Benabed 
16:50  The CMB lensed by star-forming galaxies  Doré 
17:10  Keynote talk: "The CMB in perspective"  Peebles 
18:00  End of session    
18:00  Welcome cocktail    
DAY 2 - WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3 2013 
8:00  Registration opens    
9:00  Session 3 (Plenary): Cosmology and Astrophysics  Chairs: Rubino-Martin, Helou  
9:00  1st Part    
9:00  Measuring the Cosmic Distance Scale with SDSS-III  Eisenstein 
9:30  The X-ray view of Planck SZ clusters  Arnaud 
9:50  Cosmological constraints from Planck SZ clusters  Douspis 
10:10  All-sky Planck Compton Parameter Map and Cosmological interpretation  Macías-Pérez 
10:30  Surveys of the Cosmic Infrared Background with Planck  Lagache 
10:50  Coffee break    
11:15  2nd Part    
11:15  High-redshift starburst galaxies revealed by SPT, ALMA, and gravitational lensing  Vieira 
11:45  Cosmology with supernovae  Pain 
12:15  PCCS: The Planck Catalogue of Compact Sources  González-Nuevo 
12:40  Synergies between Planck and Herschel on extragalactic point sources  De Zotti 
13:00  End of session    
13:00  Lunch    
14:00  Session 4 (Plenary): Main Astrophysical results   Chairs: Dickinson, Ensslin 
14:00  1st Part    
14:00  Diffuse low-frequency galactic components  Davies 
14:25  Galactic dust observed by Planck  Miville-Deschenes 
14:50  Planck observations of dust polarisation  Boulanger 
15:15  The Planck Sky Model  Delabrouille 
15:35  Coffee break    
16:05  2nd Part    
16:05  Planck’s impact on interstellar medium science: how the Milky Way ticks  Martin 
16:35  The CMB, new neutrino physics, and primordial nucleosynthesis: a Perfect Storm  Fuller 
17:05  Keynote talk: "Fundamental physics and Formation of the Universe"  Linde 
17:45  End of session    
17:45  Break    
18:15  Session 5 (Plenary): "Public" session  Chair: Longair 
18:15  Introduction  Longair  
18:20  The importance of Studies of the Cosmic Microwave Background for Cosmology  Partridge 
18:35  Planck’s contribution to cosmology  Rocha 
18:50  Questions & answers from the audience and/or via twitter  Moderator 
19:15  End of session    
DAY 3 - THURSDAY, APRIL 4 2013 
Presentations in ROOM 1 
9:00  Session 6 (Parallel): CMB cosmology & fundamental physics  Chairs: Kurki-Suonio, Eriksen, Dunkley, Gratton  
9:00  1st Part    
9:00  How much can we learn about fundamental physics from cosmology?  Mukhanov 
9:25  Non-Gaussianities after Planck  Zaldarriaga 
9:50  Planck Results on the CMB Bispectrum  Wandelt 
10:05  Parametric ("fNL") and Non-Parametric ("blind") Bispectrum Results from Planck  Van Tent 
10:20  Modal Bispectrum Estimation with Planck Data  Liguori 
10:35  General Formula for the Running of fNL  Byrnes 
10:50  Non-Gaussianity from Modulations of the Shock-in-Times of Post-inflation Preheating  Bond 
11:05  Coffee break    
11:30  2nd Part    
11:30  CMB Optimal Constraints on Non-Guassianity in Isocurvature Perturbations  Sekiguchi 
11:45  Non-Gaussianity and the Adiabatic Limit  Meyers 
12:00  Chaotic inflation and Model Building  Linde 
12:15  Searching for Features in the Primordial Power Spectrum  Bucher 
12:30  New Insights in Hybrid Inflation  Clesse 
12:45  Particle Physics Models of Inflation and Curvaton Scenarios  Mazumdar 
13:00  Lunch    
14:00  Poster session    
15:00  3rd Part    
15:00  After Planck: The Road to Observing 17 e-Folds of Inflation  Khatri 
15:15  Beyond the standard paradigm: Searches for cosmic defects & non-Gaussian inflation  Shellard 
15:30  Topological Defects after Planck  Kunz 
15:45  Isotropy of Planck Map in Bipolar Spherical Harmonic (BipoSH) Representation: Modulations and Systematics  Souradeep 
16:00  Coffee break    
16:30  4th Part    
16:30  Bayesian Evidence of Bianchi VIIh Cosmologies from WMAP and Planck  McEwen 
16:45  Low-l Phase Correlations in the Planck CMB Data  Raeth 
17:00  Hemispherical Power Asymmetry in the Planck Data  K. Mikkelsen 
17:15  PLANCK CMB Lensing Reconstruction on Foregrounds Cleaned Maps   Perotto 
17:30  Constraining Neutrino Physics with Planck  Melchiorri 
17:45  Is there Evidence for Additional Neutrino Species from Cosmology?  Feeney 
18:00  Planck Constraints on General Primordial Isocurvature Perturbations and Curvaton Mode  Valiviita 
18:15  End of session    
Presentations in ROOM 2 
9:00  Session 7 (Parellel): Galactic science  Chairs: Banday, Falgarone 
9:00  1st Part    
9:00  S-PASS and Giant Magnetised Outflows from the Centre of the Milky Way  Carretti 
9:20  A View on Galactic Polarization, from 150 MHz to 2.4 GHz  Bernardi 
9:35  The Angular Power Spectrum of the Galactic Synchrotron Background   Sarkar 
9:50  Diffuse Galactic Components in the Gould Belt System  Bonaldi 
10:05  Dust Emission at Millimetre Wavelengths in the Galactic Plane  Alves 
10:20  Galactic CO Emission as seen by Planck  Combet 
10:40  Planck Polarization of Thermal Dust Emission at 353 GHz: Comparison of the Degree and position angle with Optical Interstellar Polarization  Guillet 
10:55  Coffee break    
11:25  2nd Part    
11:25  The Planck dust polarization sky  Bernard 
11:40  Intensity and Polarization of Galactic Dust Emission in the Planck Bands   Hensley 
11:55  A Study of Anomalous Microwave Emission in Galactic Clouds with Planck   Dickinson 
12:10  Measurements of the Polarization of the Anomalous Microwave Emission with the QUIJOTE Experiment   Genova-Santos 
12:25  Anomalous Microwave Emission in the New Era of Planck Satellite: Improved Model of Spinning Dust Emission and Polarization  Hoang 
12:40  Zodiacal Emission from Planck  Ganga 
13:00  End of session    
13:00  Lunch    
14:00  Poster session    
15:00  Session 8 (Parallel): Extragalactic science  Chairs: Rowan-Robinson, Dole 
15:00  1st Part    
15:00  Occupy Dark Matter: Uncovering the Properties of high-z Dusty Star-Forming Galaxies with Statistical Techniques  Viero 
15:25  The Physical Nature of Distant, Bright, Lensed sub-mm Galaxies in Planck ERCSC  Cooray 
15:50  The Andromeda Galaxy as seen by Planck  Peel 
16:00  Coffee break    
16:35  The Herschel-ATLAS and the Connection to Planck  Eales 
16:50  The intricate Life of Infrared Galaxies and Dark Matter Halos  Bethermin 
17:05  The role of Planck in Understanding Galaxy Cluster Radio Halos  Basu 
17:20  Multi-frequency/multi-temporal observations of blazars  Giommi 
17:45  The local Luminosity Function of Star-Forming Galaxies derived from the Planck Early Release Compact Source Catalogue  Negrello 
18:00  Dust and Star-Formation Properties of a complete Sample of local Galaxies drawn from the Planck ERCSC  Clemens 
18:15  End of session    
Presentations in ROOM 3 
9:00  Session 9 (Parallel): Data processing  Chair: Couchot 
9:00  Single session    
9:00  Massive Monte Carlos For CMB Data Analysis - The Planck Full Focal Plane Simulations  Borrill 
9:15  LFI Map-Making  Suur-Uski 
9:30  Planck HFI Calibration and Map-Making  Perdereau 
9:45  Non parametric approaches to CMB cleaning  Cardoso 
10:00  Planck component separation with Commander  Wehus 
10:15  Consistency study of Planck data using cosmological parameters  Polenta 
10:30  Component separation for CMB polarization in the light of the polarized dust angular power spectra measured by Planck-HFI  Aumont 
10:45  End of session    
10:45  Coffee break  Break 
11:15  Session 10 (Parallel): Experimental aspects  Chair: Mennella 
11:15  Single session    
11:15  ALMA Polarisation Observations and Planck Follow-Ups  Andreani 
11:30  QUBIC: The QU Bolometric Interferometer for Cosmology  Hamilton 
11:45  Spider: Probing Inflation with a Balloon Borne Polarimetric Survey of the Southern Sky  Jones 
12:00  The POLARBEAR CMB Polarization Experiment  Lee 
12:15  LiteBIRD - A Future Satellite for the Studies of B-Mode Polarization and Inflation from Cosmic Background Radiation Detection  Hazumi 
12:30  The Large Scale Polarization Explorer (LSPE) Expected Performance  Piacentini 
12:45  QUIJOTE: a CMB polarization experiment   Rebolo 
13:00  End of session    
13:00  Lunch    
14:00  Poster session    
15:00  Session 11 (Parallel): Clusters  Chairs: White, Arnaud 
15:00  1st Part    
15:00  The Atacama Cosmology Telescope Sunyaev-Zel'dovich Galaxy Cluster Survey   Marriage 
15:20  The South Pole Telescope Sunyaev-Zel'dovich (SPT-SZ) Cluster Survey   Benson 
15:35  Cosmology with the APEX-SZ Cluster Sample   Pacaud 
15:50  Detection of Diffuse SZ with Planck : Implications for Cosmology and Galaxy Cluster Physics   Comis 
16:05  Coffee break    
16:35  2nd Part    
16:35  Towards precise measurement of the low-redshift mass function of galaxy clusters from X-ray surveys   Vikhlinin 
16:55  The X-Ray/SZ View of the Virial Region   Eckert 
17:10  Constraints on peculiar velocities  Hernandez-Monteagudo 
17:25  Candidate Dusty Galaxy Clusters from Planck and Herschel   Clements 
17:40  Simulations of Galaxy Clusters   Nagai 
18:00  Unveiling the Complex Physical Processes of the Intracluster medium with Sunyaev-Z'eldovich Observations of Galaxy Clusters  Battaglia 
18:15  End of session    
19:00   Conference dinner    
DAY 4 - FRIDAY, APRIL 5 2013 
9:00  Session 12 (Plenary): Complementarity of Planck with other experiments  Chairs: Lasenby, Murphy 
9:00  1st Part 
9:00  Final Results from the Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe  Hinshaw 
9:30  Planck and Wide-field Galaxy Surveys  White 
9:55  Inevitable CMB spectral distortions and black body photosphere of the Universe  Sunyaev 
10:20  Planck, Fermi and the dark gas   Grenier 
10:45  Coffee break    
11:15  2nd Part    
11:15  Planch and Herschel  Montier 
11:40  The ESA Euclid mission  Mellier 
12:10  Technical lessons learned from Planck for future space experiments  Lamarre 
12:30  The Cosmic Origins Explorer (CoRe): A Next Generation CMB Space Mission  de Bernardis 
13:00  End of session    
13:00  Lunch    
14:00  Start of plenary session: Wrap-up and conclusions  Chair: Norgaaard-Nielsen  
14:00  Single session    
14:00  Keynote talk: WMAP, Planck and the future of experimental cosmology  Page 
14:40  Questions to be tackled by Planck with the next release  Bersanelli 
15:10  Panel discussion: Implications of Planck results on current cosmology (conference wrap-up). Participants: R. Bond, J. Carlstrom (TBC), W. Freedman, S. Mukhanov, M. Rees.  Moderator: Efstathiou 
16:10  HFI Conference wrap-up and conclusion  Puget 
16:15  LFI Conference wrap-up and conclusion  Mandolesi 
16:20  ESA Conference wrap-up and conclusion   Tauber 
16:25  End of plenary session: Wrap-up and conclusions    
16:25  End of conference    
 
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