Symposium on Our Universe: Revelations from Planck

17 April, 2013
The Planck satellite has collected the oldest light of the Universe and measured the tiny temperature fluctuations of this light to unprecedented accuracy. Imprinted on this light are clues about the physical properties of the Universe and its early history, and events that have affected the light in their journey to reach us today. The symposium is aimed at unravelling these clues from the recently released data from Planck.
Invited Speakers
Aditya Rotti (IUCAA)
L. Sriramkumar (IIT Chennai)
P. Chingangbam (IIA)
Sanjit Mitra (IUCAA)
Tarun Souradeep (IUCAA)


10:30 - 10:50Tea/coffee
10:50 - 11:00Opening remarks Director, Prof. Bhanu Das
Session chair:Prajval Shastri
11:00 - 11:40 Tarun Souradeep Comely or Foxy universe from Planck?
11:40 - 12.20 Sanjit Mitra Extracting science from the Planck mission
12.20 - 13.00 L. Sriramkumar The early universe: Through the “eyes” of Planck
13:00 - 14:30 Lunch
Session chair : Tarun Souradeep
14.30 - 15.10 Aditya Rotti Beyond the Isotropic Universe
15.10 - 15.45 Pravabati Chingangbam Traces of residual foreground signals in the CMB data
15.45 - 16.05 Open discussion
16:05 - 16:35 Tea/Coffee

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