Five Lectures on Observational Probes of Dark Energy
|일시||Jan. 17(Mon) - 21 (Fri), 2-4pm|
|장소||E6-2 Room 2502|
|연사||Dr. Donghui Jeong (Penn State University)|
Title: Five Lectures on Observational Probes of Dark Energy
Speaker : Dr. Donghui Jeong (Penn State University)
Date : Jan. 17(Mon) - 21 (Fri), 2-4pm
Place : E6-2 Room 2502
Notice : Graduate level physics core courses and QFTs are assumed.
KF94 (or equivalent) mask is required.
The number of attendees may be limited if it exceeds the limit.
Five lectures include
- Basic cosmology
FLRW Universe, particle motion, Friedmann equation & solution
- Cosmic acceleration
History; Cosmological constant, vacuum energy, discovery of cosmic acceleration, confirmation from BAO
- What causes the acceleration?
tired light, local void, lambda, Dark Energy, modified gravity
- Observational test of DE and MG
Geometrical test, Dynamical test, If not Lambda, can we distinguish DE from MG?
- The CMB map and power spectrum
CMB physics, probing dark energy with the CMB power spectrum
Contact : Minho Son (minho.sonAtkaist.ac.kr)