The cosmology seminars will focus on all aspects of cosmology, from data analysis to practical models, experimental setup and pure theoretical results.
The Thursday seminars take place in Peisestua (room 304) on the 3rd floor. Unless otherwise stated, the seminars begin at 13:15. Cake is usually served from 13:00, and the seminars are open to anyone who are interested!
Håkon Dahle is a researcher working with observational cosmology and gravitational lensing.
Tone Melvær Ruud is a phd student working with Hans Kristian.
Amir Hammami is a phd student working with computational issues in both Cosmology and Solar Physics.
Marit Sandstad is a phd student working with David.
Lucas Hollenstein is a visiting post doc. from Saclay, SPhT in France, who has worked with cosmic magnetic fields from inflation, among other things.
Claudio Llinares is a postdoc with David working on N-body simulations of modified gravities.
Claudia Antolini is a PhD. student working on CMB lensing.
Signe Riemer-Sørensen is a post doc. working at the University of Queensland.
Øystein Elgarøy is a professor at ITA.
Jeff Jewell is a scientist from NASA/JPL working on statistical methods for CMB analysis.
Per Lilje is a professor at ITA.
Mikjel Thorsrud is a phd student working with David.
Dag Sverre Seljebotn is a Ph.D. student working with Hans Kristian
Paulo Santos is a Ph.D. student working with David.
Federico Urban is a postdoc at the Université Libre de Bruxelles in Brussels Belgium visiting David.
Claudio Llinares is a postdoc working with David on N-body simulations of modified gravities.
Yabebal Tadesse Fantaye is a post doc working with Frode.
Dario Bettoni is a phd student working at SISSA International school for advanced study in Trieste visiting David.
Øystein Elgarøy is a professor in Cosmology at the institute.
Levon Pogosian is Professor at the Simon Fraser University in Canada visiting David
Iain Alastair Brown is a postdoc with Frode
Kei Yamamoto is a phd student from Cambridge visiting David
Yashar Akrami is a postdoc with Hans Kristian with a background in theoretical high energy physics and cosmology
Phil Bull is a phd student in Oxford working with Pedro Ferreira and Tim Clifton.