• Starting date: 2016/07/04
  • End: 2016/07/08

  • LOCATION: Sport & Kurhotel at Bad Moos - Via Val Fiscalina 27, 39030, Sexten


    The recent years have seen a tremendous progress in the analysis of the large scale structure of the Universe. In particular,  Redshift-Space Distortions (RSD) and Baryonic Acoustic Oscillations (BAO) in the clustering of galaxies have emerged as very effective techniques to investigate the nature of cosmic acceleration and, consequently, have been selected as primary probes in all next generation spectroscopic surveys.
    The application of these probes to the current datasets has already produced remarkable scientific results. However, a significant amount of work is still required in developing both models and estimators to fully exploit the future datasets and reach the precision required to effectively discriminate among Dark Energy models and Modified gravity scenarios.
    With this workshop we shall bringing together a selected group of observers and theorists actively working in this area, to investigate these issues in-depth, focusing on how to minimise the impact of systematic errors and extract unbiased cosmological information from the clustering data.

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    Guzzo, Borgani, Branchini, Percival, Viel