Registration is now open for ‘Cosmology on Safari’ (26-30 January 2015), a small conference which aims to bring together theorists and observers to discuss the challenges that remain in cosmology. The topics to be covered by the conference are:
- The early universe: constraints on primordial perturbations, dark radiation, gravitational waves and inflationary models from the cosmic microwave background.
- The late-time universe: constraints on dark energy, dark matter, theories of gravity and the nature of the primordial perturbations from galaxy redshift surveys, cosmic shear, galaxy clusters, baryon acoustic oscillations, type Ia supernovae and laboratory alternatives.
See the conference website for full details, and to submit an abstract.