11th edition of the Marseille Cosmology Conference Cycle
10-13 Jul 2017 Aix en Provence (France)

Sessions

The Program is under construction. The definitive sessions are the following.

SESSION A: GALAXY EVOLUTION IN CLUSTERS

1 : Perturbations on the different components of the ISM (gas, dust, metals)

2 : Quenching of the star formation activity of cluster galaxies

3 : Perturbations on the kinematical properties

4 : Tidal stripping of dark matter haloes

5 : Simulations and model predictions

6 : Identification of the dominant perturbing mechanism

7 : Future surveys

 

SESSION B: WHAT IS A GALAXY CLUSTER? FROM THE BCG TO BEYOND THE VIRIAL RADIUS 

1 : Hot gas: physical and chemical properties and distribution 

2 : Dark component: distribution and detection methods

3 : Beyond the viral radius : how is the matter accreted ?

4 : Relativistic population and magnetic fields: generation and evolution

5 : Non thermal properties (cosmic rays, annihilation of DM particles)

  

SESSION C: HOW AND HOW WELL DO WE MEASURE MASSES? 

1 : X-ray/SZ 

2 : Lensing

3 : Kinematics/caustics

4 : Combining probes

5 : Guidance on robustness from simulations

6 : Future instruments

 

SESSION D: HOW AND HOW WELL DO WE USE THEM AS COSMOLOGICAL PROBES ?

 1 : Cluster counts and clustering (PS, BAO, RSD)

2 : High-z clusters as cosmological probes

3 : Gas mass fraction and its evolution

4 : Combination of cosmological probes

5 : Impact of baryons on theoretical predictions

6 : Future instruments

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