Large surveys of the positions of galaxies in the Universe are becoming increasingly powerful to shed light on some of the unsolved problems of cosmology, including the question of what caused the early Universe to expand. The analysis of the data is challenging, however, because the signal is small, the data is difficult to model, and its probability distribution is not fully known. I will present some recent ideas to approach these challenges.



Talk Number 21030038
Speaker Profile Marcel Schmittfull
Perimeter Institute Recorded Seminar Archive
Subject Astrophysics