Minicourses, Seminars & Posters
Minicourse: CMB Theory (4 hours)
David Wands 1. Hot Big Bang
Minicourse: Inflationary Cosmology (4 hours) Jérôme Martin 1. Problems of the hot Big Bang scenario 2. The inflationary solution 3. Inflationary perturbations of quantum mechanical origin 4. Inflation and Planck Minicourse: NonGaussianity (4 hours) Christian Byrnes 1. Introduction to nonGaussianity
2. The local model of nonGaussianity
3. Concrete scenario and extensions of the simplest model
Minicourse: CMB Observation I (4 hours) Oleg Verkhodanov 1. Introduction
2. CMB analysis
3. Statistics of the CMB signal
4. Practicum "Study of power spectrum" (in the GLESP pixelization sheme)
Minicourse: CMB Observation II (4 hours) Rolando Dünner 1. Introduction
2. The Atacama Cosmology Telescope
3. From raw data to science
4. ACTpol: a new polarization camera for ACT
Seminar: The Physics of Baryons (1 hour) José de Freitas Pacheco Seminar: The CMB and our peculiar velocity (1 hour) Miguel Quartin Seminar: Warm Inflation, Cosmological Fluctuations and Constraints from Planck (1 hour) Rudnei Ramos Seminar: Brazilian participation in CMB measurements programs (1 hour) Thyrso Villela Communication: Equivalence between the Covariant and Bardeen Perturbation Formalism (1/2 hour) Nelson PintoNeto Communication: A pathintegral approach to CMB (1/2 hour) Paulo Henrique Flose Reimberg Communication: Geometric scalar theory of gravity (1/2 hour) Júnior Diniz Toniato Communication: Dark degeneracy and interacting models (1/2 hour) Saulo Carneiro Posters:

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