Recent developments in
theoretical Large-Scale Structure

July 25 – 29, 2022

Despite its great empirical success, the standard cosmological model leaves many important problems unsolved, such as the nature of dark energy (DE), of dark matter (DM), and the origin of cosmic fluctuations in the early Universe. To answer these questions an unprecedented observational program has been put forward, with several Large Scale Structure (LSS) experiments coming online within the next 5 years. It is critical for the success of this program to develop new theoretical ideas and robust data analysis methods, often beyond what is currently available. With this in mind, the aim of LSS2022 is therefore to bring together experts in the modeling of LSS, to discuss the status of the field and define the road ahead. Topics will include: Primordial Non Gaussianities, Perturbation Theory for LSS, 21cm cosmology, and searches for new physics with galaxy surveys.

Reference webpage: coming soon

Scientific organizers:

  • Emanuele Castorina (University of Milano)
  • Martin White (UC Berkeley)


  • Maria Archidiacono (University of Milan)
  • Matteo Biagetti (Institute for Fundamental Physics of the Universe)
  • Emanuele Castorina (University of Milan)
  • Tzu-Ching Chang (Caltech/JPL) [TBC]
  • Nora Elisa Chisari (University of Utrecht)
  • Joanne Cohn (UC Berkeley)
  • Guido D’Amico (University of Parma)
  • Olivier Doré (Caltech/JPL) [TBC]
  • Alexander Eggemeier (AIfa, Bonn)
  • Simone Ferraro (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)
  • Azadeh Moradinezhad Dizgah (University of Geneva)
  • Julian Muñoz (Harvard)
  • Roman Scoccimarro (New York University)
  • Emiliano Sefusatti (Trieste Observatory)
  • Uroš Seljak (UC Berkeley)
  • Leonardo Senatore (ETH, Zurich)
  • Marko Simonović (CERN)
  • Anže Slosar (Brookhaven National Laboratory)
  • Zvonimir Vlah (Ruđer Bošković Institute, Zagreb)
  • Martin White (UC Berkeley)

The meeting will be taking place in person only.