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UCSD Physics Colloquium

Thursday, November 30

Abstract: Galaxies form within dark matter halos, so it is natural to expect that the
4:00PM, BSB Garren Auditorium
Joel Primack, UCSC Astrophysics, What Is the Galaxy-Halo Connection?

UCSD Physics Seminars

Wednesday, November 29

Many-body effects in graphene
Condensed Matter Seminar
3:45PM, MH 2623
Prof. Mikhail Katsnelson, Radboud Univeristy, Nijmegen, The Netherlands
Abstract: This talk presents cosmology constraints from a combined analysis of galaxy clustering and weak gravitational lensing, using 1321 deg2 of griz imaging data from the first year of the Dark Energy Survey (DES Y1). The analysis combines (i) the cosmic shear correlation function of 26 million source galaxies in four redshift bins, (ii) the galaxy angular autocorrelation function of 650,000 luminous red galaxies in five redshift bins, and (iii) the galaxy-shear cross-correlation of luminous red galaxy
ASTROPHYSICS SEMINAR
4:00PM, SERF 383
Elisabeth Krause, Research Scientist, JPL, Cosmology Results from the Dark Energy Survey Year 1

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