Conference finished on 10/06/2021
Des galaxies à la toile cosmique : baryons et matière noire (Session 17)
Understanding the formation and evolution of the structures of the Universe remains a big question in modern astrophysics. The standard model of cosmology presents an evolution guided largely by the distribution of dark matter, however observations, numerical simulations and theories show that their baryonic components play a significant role in the cores of these structures. The aim of this workshop is to bring together theorists, specialists in numerical simulations and observers around questions related to the formation and evolution of the structures of the Universe on a large scale, with a particular focus on the interplay between the baryonic and dark matter components.
Presentations from observational, numerical or theoretical points of view are sought, in order to bring a multi-disciplinary approach to the workshop. The workshop is structured around (1) the progress of numerical simulations and theories; (2) observations at the galaxy scale; (3) observations at the scale of large structures; (4) prospects for future sky surveys
Invited speakers: Hervé Dole (Paris-Saclay), Céline Gouin (IAS), Katarina Kraljic (LAM), Annalisa Pillepich (MPA)
Science Organising Committee: Eric Jullo (LAM), Ana Acebron (Università di Milano), Guillaume Mahler (Durham University), Anna Niemiec (Durham University), Raphaël Gavazzi (IAP), Mathilde Jauzac (Durham University), Sophie Maurogordato (OCA)
Session 17 is part of the master conference "Semaine de l'astrophysique française 2021"
We particularly encourage young researchers to submit an abstract. The abstract review process will be done following a dual-anonymous selection. Thus, when submitting an abstract please take that into account and anonymise your text when at all possible.
The session will be held in English.
Talks: 10 min (8+ 2 mins)
Abstract submission deadline: 11th May
Map of the conference
(You can join the different rooms by clicking on their respective names or access posters if there are any).