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Observational and Theoretical 21-cm Cosmology

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Kavli Science Focus Meeting

The meeting will take place in the KICC Ryle meeting room on April 11-12. An extra day of discussions is planned for April 13. This meeting is dedicated to the studies of the 21-cm line from both the theoretical and the observational points of view, thus bringing together the diverse Cambridge community working in this field.


09:50 Thomas Gessey-Jones – Simulating the First Stars in Semi-Numerical 21-cm Signal Models

10:10 Girish Kulkarni – Beyond the ‘standard model’ of the global 21-cm signal: lessons from EDGES

10:30 Daan Meerburg – Primordial non-Gaussianities with the 21cm-line

11:30 Shikhar Mittal – Dark matter detection using the global 21-cm signal: the case of PBH dark matter

11:50 Peter Sims – Astrophysics at Cosmic Dawn with REACH : a parameter constraints forecast

12:10 Harry Bevins – Constraining the Astrophysics of the Early Universe using the SARAS Instrumentation

14:30 Stefan Heimersheim – Reionization constraints from HERA 21cm power spectrum limits

14:50 Pascal Keller – Search for the Epoch of Reionization with HERA : Upper Limits on the Closure Phase Delay Power Spectrum

15:10 Oscar O’Hara – Analysis of instrumental effects in SKA1 -LOW with end-2-end simulations

15:30 Simon Pochinda – Constraining astrophysics with the 21-cm line and high-redshift galaxy observations

This talk is part of the Kavli Institute for Cosmology Seminars series.

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