Michigan Cosmology Summer School 2023 Image Credit: NASA, ESA, CSA, and STScI

Michigan Cosmology Summer School 2023

June 5-9, 2023 in Ann Arbor, Michigan

The 2nd Michigan Cosmology Summer School will cover areas of cosmology, focusing specifically on the interface of data and theory. The format will be hybrid, with ~120 participants expected to attend in person but open to online participation as well. Outdoor activities will be organized. For more information, click on the bars on the top right of this page.

The School will be livestreamed on Youtube; the link is HERE.

Lecturer Institution Topic
Gary Bernstein University of Pennsylvania Measuring and Mapping Cosmic Shear
Frank van den Bosch Yale University Galaxy-Halo Connection
Elisa Ferreira Kavli IPMU Dark Matter Models
Lehman Garrison Flatiron Institute Let’s Write an HOD Code!
Vera Gluscevic University of Southern California Cosmological Probes of Dark Matter
Gil Holder University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign CMB Analysis and connections to LSS
Emille Ishida CNRS, Clermont Ferrand Machine Learning
Joel Meyers Southern Methodist University CMB vs. Fundamental Physics
Levon Pogosian Simon Fraser University Dark Energy and Modified Gravity

Local Organizing Committee: Dragan Huterer (chair), Felipe Andrade-Oliveira, Uendert Andrade, Camille Avestruz, Gus Evrard, Johannes Lange, Minh Nguyen, Kuan Wang

Group Photo