Cosmological Measurements with Galaxy  Clusters

  October 8th-9th, 2012 - Milano, Italy
Lectures by Alexey Vikhlinin
Organized by INAF-Osservatorio Astronomico di  Brera

Cluster MACSJ0025.4, courtesy of HST, Chandra & Mario Carpino, OABrera

Program: October 8th, 10:30 AM Emergence of galaxy clusters from the growing large-scale structure in the universe. Their basic properties and sensitivity to the cosmological model.

October 8th,   2:00 PMCurrent status of observations and cosmological constraints from clusters.

October 9th, 10:30 AMUnsolved problems in the physical description of galaxy clusters and the path towards 'precision grade' cosmological measurements with future experiments.

Location: Sala delle Adunanze, Istituto Lombardo, via Brera, 28, 20121 Milano   How to reach us

LOC&SOC: Paola Severgnini & Stefano Andreon

Image credits: X-ray (NASA/CXC/Stanford/S.Allen); Optical/Lensing (NASA/STScI/UC Santa Barbara/M.Bradac); Milano view (OA Brera/M. Carpino). Click twice on the figure to get the high-resolution version.