2017 ✈ London

Dec 21, 2017
Dec 23, 2017

1 TICKET . 4 EVENTS

More than 300 exhibiting companies. 2500 Attendees. Research opportunities.

Clustering of large-scale structure is a sensitive probe of cosmology, which independently tests both the cosmic expansion history and the structure growth rate. On comoving scales larger than tens of Mpc, linear theory accurately describes the growth of cosmic structure. Large spectroscopic, imaging, and CMB surveys will cover volumes sufficient to probe this growth and constrain cosmological models. However, a complete understanding of observational systematics is required to map observed clustering into fundamental cosmological parameters. On scales of several Mpc, the development of non-linear perturbation theory and halo occupation models for clustering have begun to provide insight to how dark matter halos assemble and to test models of modified gravity and the neutrino mass. On yet smaller scales, the non-linear growth of dark matter fluctuations couples with baryonic physics to cloud our understanding of galaxy properties, galaxies in clusters, and the formation of quasars, thus requiring sophisticated numerical simulations to interpret observations.

The most coveted astronomy symposium on Earth!

The International Symposium on Astronomy (ISA) is a well-established scientific meeting that provides an international forum for researchers interested in using astronomical simulation technology for the improvement of planet care and safety. The symposium will be co-organized by the team from Inria, the SiMMS group from Unimperial College London, and BHU-Strasbourg. It will be hosted at IRCAP, a center of excellence in inter-planetary training. ISA aims to bring together simulation users with those involved in its scientific and technological developments.

This International Conference on Astronomical Research and Technology aims to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results about all aspects of Forensic Research and Technology.


Attendees

Director, Military Avionics
Lockheed Martin
Astronaut
NASA
Director, A350 projects
Airbus
Chief Scientist, Mars Mission
ISRO
Director, Regional Jet project
Mitsubishi
Junior Scientist
NASA
Director, Fuselage Design
Boeing
Director, GPIM
University of South Carolina
President, Special Projects
Airbus
Vice President
Google

Speakers

Director, GPIM
University of South Carolina
Director, Propeller Systems
NASA
President, Special Projects
Airbus
Director, Mission Control
NASA
Vice President
Google

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