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Mapping dark and luminous matter with cosmological simulations

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Understanding the mapping between the luminous and the dark matter is one of the primary goals of modern cosmology. This connection is at the crux of our understanding of galaxy formation and forms a critical step in the pathway leading from high precision cosmological observations, to constraints on the parameters defining that cosmology. In this talk, I will present recent work on furthering our understanding of the galaxy-halo connection using survey data alongside new and upcoming cosmological simulations. I will discuss some of the avenues in which cosmological simulations can help inform galaxy-halo models better, and some areas where they currently fall short.

This talk is part of the Galaxies Discussion Group series.

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