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Origin of Mass 2017

Cosmology and Dark Matter

When: Monday, May 1 to Thursday, May 4, 2017
Where: CP3-Origins, SDU, Odense, Denmark

So far the nature of dark matter remains elusive as does the precise quantum origin of structure in the universe from inflation or one of its alternatives. At the same astronomers are making great progress in mapping the Large Scale Structure (LSS) of the universe, and  future LSS surveys promise to be an important avenue for making progress in understanding early universe cosmology and dark matter. In this conference we will bring together speakers that work on these exciting areas or on complementary theoretical/observational probes of cosmology and dark matter.

We will have extra open slots for contributed talks. Participants can apply to give a contributed talk upon registration for the meeting at the indico page.

There is no registration fee for the conference. Coffee and snacks will be provided for all participants for free.

Location

The conference will take place at CP³-Origins at the main campus of the University of Southern Denmark in Odense, Denmark. Talks will be held in O100.

Selected Key Speakers Include

Simeon Bird (John Hopkins)

Ed Copeland (Nottingham)

Mathias Garny (Munich)

Steen Hannestad (Aarhus)

Dan Hooper (Chicago)

Alex Kehagias (CERN)

Nemanja Kaloper (UC Davis)

John March-Russell (Oxford)

Sabino Matarrese (Padova)

Stefano Profumo (Santa-Cruz)

Antonio Riotto (Geneva)

Claudia de Rham (Imperial)

Andrew Tolley (Imperial)

Licia Verde (Barcelona)

Stephen West (Royal Holloway)

Important dates

  • March 1, 2017: Deadline for registration.
  • April 1, 2017: Deadline for paying the conference dinner.
  • May 1 – May 4, 2017: Origin of Mass 2017.

Local Organizing Committee

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Sponsors

The conference is sponsored by DG and The Lundbeck Foundation.


DG

Lundbeck Foundation

Previous MASS conferences

MASS 2017 is the eighth in a series of conferences on the Origin of Mass. The webpages for the previous MASS conferences can be found here: