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Applications of gravitational lensing

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Gravitational lensing, in both its strong and weak forms, is waxing as a useful contributor to cosmological studies. Here I will discuss recent developments, including comparing theoretical predictions with the range of cosmic lensing measurements from the Dark Energy Survey. I will describe tests of General Relativity afforded by lensing in combination with other probes, and will discuss the excellent prospects for cosmological and gravitational insights with forthcoming massive surveys.

This talk is part of the Cosmology Lunch series.

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