Monthly Archives: February 2011

Recent Group Publications

The properties of SN Ib/c locations G. Leloudas, A. Gallazzi, J. Sollerman, M.D. Stritzinger, J.P.U. Fynbo, J. Hjorth, D. Malesani, M.J. Michalowski, B. Milvang-Jensen, M. Smith Dependences of Type Ia Supernovae Lightcurve Parameters on the Host Galaxy Star Formation Rate … Continue reading

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The Problem of Averaging in Cosmology – seminar by Tim Clifton

This week our speaker, Tim Clifton of CERN and Oxford, took us through the difficult problem of averaging in cosmology. Tim presented the various current methods of averaging, pointing out some problems with them such as the dependence of averaged … Continue reading

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ACT/PIRE Workshop in Umhlanga, 27-29 January

In January, Bruce and I headed to Umhlanga, Durban to attend a conference hosted by our cosmology colleagues at UKZN. The conference was an opportunity for people from the ACT collaboration to present their latest work and future plans. It … Continue reading

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Real-Time Cosmology seminar by Claudia Quercellini

Our Monday seminar this week was a fascinating look at real-time cosmology, which is about observing the cosmos change on human timescales, typically around a decade.  Although the work is still theoretical at this point, awaiting bigger, better and more … Continue reading

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Claudia Quercellini

I was born in Rome, in 1976. After a diploma in classical studies I graduated in Physics at University “Sapienza” of Rome. My Ph.D. was then carried on both at the Observatory of Rome and in UK (with two Marie … Continue reading

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2+1 year Postdoctoral position

We are looking for a postdoc who is passionate about cosmology and is inspired by the vision and goals of AIMS. Candidates in all areas of cosmology are encouraged to apply, but we particularly encourage applications from people who enjoy … Continue reading

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