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Probing the dark Universe with DES and beyond

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It is an exciting time to investigate the dark components of the Universe, with large new astronomical surveys such as the Dark Energy Survey (DES) reaching maturity. I will discuss the theory and practice of cosmological probes which we use with DES , such as strong/weak gravitational lensing and galaxy clustering. I will then describe the latest results from DES for these probes (including some of the interplay between them), and discuss the resulting cosmological constraints and their implications. Finally, I will look forward to the next generation of surveys and consider how they can make qualitatively new contributions to our understanding of the dark Universe.

This talk is part of the Cosmology Lunch series.

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