Early Career Researcher cosmology seminar

This CosKASI seminar invites Early Career Reseachers (from graduate students to tenure-track positions) to communicate the results of their work in an online presentation. The series of talks will mainly cover different areas of cosmology and related fields, and will be followed by a discussion session. The seminar will typically be 45 minutes long, and be held once every two weeks on a Thursday, either at 4pm KST or 10am KST depending on the time zone of the speaker.

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Upcoming talks
Date Speaker Title of the talk
September 1 2022
(4pm KST)
Johannes R. Eskilt
(University of Oslo)
Improved Constraints on Cosmic Birefringence from the WMAP and Planck Cosmic Microwave Background Polarization Data
September 29 2022
(4pm KST)
Giulio Scelfo
(SISSA, Trieste)
Gravitational waves × HI intensity mapping: cosmological and astrophysical applications
October 13 2022
(4pm KST)
Rodrigo Calderon
October 27 2022
(4pm KST)
Victoria Fawcett
(Durham University, Newcastle University)
Extremely Red Quasars in DESI: strong link between dust and radio emission
November 10 2022
(4pm KST)
Carolina Cuesta-Lazaro
(MIT, Durham University)
November 24 2022
(10am KST)
Johannes Lange
(University of Michigan)
Probing Cosmic Structure Growth with Full-Scale Cross-Survey Modeling
December 8 2022
(10am KST)
Sophia Gad-Nasr
(University of California - Irvine)
Gravothermal Evolution of Velocity-Dependent Halos in the Small-Mean-Free-Path Regime
December 22 2022
Hafizh Prihtiadi
(Institute for Basic Science, Daejeon)

Past talks
Date Speaker Title of the talk
June 16 2022
(4pm KST)
Joby Kochappan
Search for statistical anisotropy in cosmological data using Minkowki Tensors
June 9 2022
(4pm KST)
Sylvia Ploeckinger
(Leiden University)
Can cosmological simulations of multi-phase galaxies with different dark matter models solve the small scale problems of ΛCDM?
June 2 2022
(10am KST)
Antonella Palmese
(UC Berkeley)
Gravitational wave cosmology with galaxy surveys
May 12 2022
(4pm KST)
Trystan Lambert
(Universidad Diego Portales)
Finding Galaxy groups using the 2MRS, graph theory, and virtual reality
March 31 2022
(10am KST)
Jae Hwan Kang
The BICEP/Keck Telescopes: CMB polarization experiment to search for primordial gravitational waves
March 17 2022
(10am KST)
Daniel Muthukrishna
Data-driven Discovery of Supernovae in the New Era of Time-Domain Astronomy
March 3 2022
(4pm KST)
Christoph Saulder
Studying the BAO peak with more than just spectroscopic data
December 23 2021
(4pm KST)
Motonari Tonegawa
First Evidence of Intrinsic Alignments of Red Galaxies at z>1: Cross-correlation between CFHTLenS and FastSound Samples
December 9 2021
(10am KST)
Kate Storey-Fisher
(New York University)
Emulators for Cosmological Inference from Galaxy Surveys: Beyond Standard Statistics
November 25 2021
(4pm KST)
Fei Qin
Cosmology with peculiar velocity surveys
November 11 2021
(4pm KST)
Benjamin Beringue
(University of Cardiff)
Cosmology with Rayleigh scattering of the CMB
November 4 2021
(4pm KST)
Isabel Oldengott
Non-standard neutrino cosmology
October 28 2021
(4pm KST)
Nick Rodd
New ideas for the axion dark matter program
September 30 2021
(4pm KST)
Junsup Shim
Clustering of critical points in the evolving cosmic web
September 16 2021
(4pm KST)
Catarina Sampaio Alves
(University College London)
Considerations for optimizing photometric classification of supernovae from the Rubin Observatory
September 2 2021
(4pm KST)
Ulrike Kuchner
(University of Nottingham)
Galaxy Cluster Outskirts: structure formation in the making
July 8 2021
(10am KST)
Andrew Graus
(University of Texas at Austin)
A closer look at the destruction of satellites around the Milky Way
June 24 2021
(10am KST)
Nicola Bellomo
(University of Texas at Austin)
Tracing LSS with gravitational waves
June 10 2021
(4pm KST)
Maria Mylova
Topics on Inflation
May 27 2021
(4pm KST)
Nikki Arendse
(DARK, University of Copenhagen)
Cosmic dissonance: new physics or systematics behind a short sound horizon?
May 13 2021
(4pm KST)
Aoife Boyle
(Institut d'Astrophysique de Paris)
Neutrino masses from cosmology: cosmological degeneracies and systematic biases
April 29 2021
(4pm KST)
Satadru Bag
Be it unresolved: Extracting time delays from unresolved light curves
April 15 2021
(10am KST)
Khaled Said
(University of Queensland)
Cosmology with Peculiar Velocities: Present and Future
April 1 2021
(4pm KST)
Jenny Feige
(Technical University of Berlin)
Supernova Traces on Earth
March 18 2021
(4pm KST)
Shahab Joudaki
(University of Waterloo)
The Current Status of Weak Lensing Cosmology

Current organizing committee

Past members of the organizing committee