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Cosmological neutrino mass detection in the next five years

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Future cosmological measurements should enable the sum of neutrino masses to be determined indirectly through their effects on the expansion rate of the Universe and the clustering of matter. I will discuss the cosmological effects of neutrinos and how they appear in CMB and large-scale structure observables. I will outline how the mass measurement may be reached, step-wise, using data collected during the coming decade. Finally, I will explore the dependence of the mass constraint on experimental details and examine degeneracies with other cosmological parameters.

This talk is part of the Institute of Astronomy Seminars series.

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