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Large-scale structure modelling in light of upcoming galaxy surveys

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I will give a brief overview of the perturbative construction of galaxy number density and shape statistics on a large cosmological scale. I will present recent results from the application of such models to galaxy clustering and the intrinsic alignment of galaxies. The latter are currently considered one of the most important contaminants in weak gravitational lensing; however, they are also promising cosmological probes in their own right.

This talk is part of the Cosmology Lunch series.

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