Fundamental Physics with Future CMB Probes

October 21 – 31, 2019

This program aims to bring together the community of scientists working on the forthcoming CMB probes, at a time where the “heir” of Planck, the JAXA lead LiteBIRD satellite, has just been selected. The primary goal is to bring together a small community working on astrophysics, astroparticle, cosmology and particle physics to discuss, together with leading CMB analysis experts, the opportunities offered by the new landscape of experiments, as well as by the Planck legacy. The focus will be on fundamental physics with CMB observations, to exploit the potential for new physics constraints. The idea is to balance theoretical perspectives with analysis expertise, to foster collaboration with a well-grounded view of what could be achieved from forthcoming and available, public domain data.

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Scientific organizers:

  • Paolo Natoli (University of Ferrara)
  • Carlo Baccigalupi (SISSA)

Other participants at IFPU:

  • Daniele Bertacca (University of Padova)
  • Paolo Campeti (SISSA)
  • Caterina Chiocchetta (University of Ferrara)
  • Farida Farsian (SISSA)
  • Fabio Finelli (University of Bologna)
  • Alessandro Gruppuso (University of Bologna)
  • Ishino Hirokazu (Okayama University)
  • Raul Jimenez (University of Barcelona)
  • Gabriel Jung (University of Padova)
  • Hasti Khoraminezhad (SISSA)
  • Nicoletta Krachmalnicoff (SISSA)
  • Margherita Lembo (University of Ferrara)
  • Michele Liguori (University of Padova)
  • Anto Lonappan (SISSA)
  • Sabino Matarrese (University of Padova)
  • Diego Molinari (University of Ferrara)
  • Umberto Natale (University of Ferrara)
  • Filippo Oppizzi (University of Padova)
  • Luca Pagano (University of Ferrara)
  • Daniela Paoletti (University of Bologna)
  • Guillarme Patanchon (Universit√© de Paris)
  • Raagini Patki (SISSA & IISER Pune)
  • Davide Poletti (SISSA)
  • Anirban Roy (SISSA)
  • Luca Stanco (University of Padova)
  • Radek Stompor (Universit√© de Paris)
  • Giovanni Verza (University of Padova)
  • Pauline Vielzeuf (SISSA)
  • Nicola Vittorio (University of Roma Tor Vergata)
  • Zvominir Vlah (CERN)