• Starting date: 2017/07/03
  • End: 2017/07/07

  • LOCATION: Sexten Primary School - Via Panorama 6, Sexten


    2017 will set an important milestone on the road to the Euclid satellite mission, the largest cosmology-driven experiment planned so far. During this year a realistic assessment of the science performance will be carried out using tools and procedures that are being assembled in the data analysis pipeline.

    This important integration step extends to all scientific aspects. In this workshop we shall focus on the issues that are relevant to galaxy clustering, which constitutes one of the main cosmological probes of the mission.

    The scope of the meeting is to bring together the key people responsible for the science evaluations and those in charge of providing the tools to select objects’ samples, quantify selection effects and estimate clustering statistics. The aim is to discuss the preliminary outcome of this exercise, evaluate

    their scientific relevance, identify and address possible issues.





    300 Eur


    Enzo Branchini – University Roma TRE
    Bianca Garilli – INAF-IASF
    Luigi Guzzo – INAF-OA-Brera-Merate
    Will Percival – University of Portsmouth
    Marc Sauvage – CEA Saclay
    Matteo Viel – INAF-OATS