ITP Heidelberg involvement in the Euclid Collaboration



From the ESA official website:

"Euclid is an ESA mission to map the geometry of the dark Universe. The mission will investigate the distance-redshift relationship and the evolution of cosmic structures by measuring shapes and redshifts of galaxies and clusters of galaxies out to redshifts ~2, or equivalently to a look-back time of 10 billion years. In this way, Euclid will cover the entire period over which dark energy played a significant role in accelerating the expansion."

http://sci.esa.int/euclid/

http://www.euclid-ec.org/



Luca Amendola, Professor
Theory Working Group Coordinator

Valeria Pettorino, Groupleader
Theory Working Group
CMB cross correlations
Cosmological forecasts
COMMS group (public outreach and internal communications) 2010-2013

Yashar Akrami, Postdoc
Theory Working Group
WP1 - Cosmic Acceleration
WP2 - Testing Gravity
WP5 - Deviations from Homogeneity and Isotropy
WP6 - Statistical Methods and Forecasting

Santiago Casas, PhD Student
Theory Working Group
WP6 - Statistical Methods and forecasting
WP7 - Analytical approaches to non-linearities

Alejandro Guarnizo Trilleras, PhD Student
Theory Working Group
WP6 - Statistical Methods and forecasting
WP9 - Relativistic Corrections In Observations

Matteo Martinelli, Postdoc
Theory Working Group
WP1 - Cosmic acceleration
WP2 - Testing gravity
WP6 - Statistical methods and forecasting
WP8 - Probes combination
WP10 - New observational probes

Miguel Zumalacárregui, Postdoc
Theory Working Group
WP2 - Testing Gravity
WP5 - Deviations from homogeneity and isotropy
WP7 - Analytical approaches to non-linearities


Depicts: Artist's impression of Euclid
Copyright: ESA/C. Carreau