Cosmic Voids in the Next Generation of Galaxy Surveys Workshop
- What's the biggest thing in the universe?
Zoom way out past the Earth, the solar system, and our Milky Way
galaxy. Keep going. If you zoom out far enough, you'll find something
truly enormous: the cosmic web.
It's so big that it's made of galaxies the same way your body is made
of cells. In the cosmic web we find dense clumps, long thin
ropes, broad walls, and vast regions of pure emptiness, called voids.
As a part of the continuing partnership between COSI and OSU's Center
for Cosmology and AstroParticle Physics, you'll meet with
astrophysicists from around the world to learn about the cosmic web:
what it's made of, how it grew over billions of years, where the Milky
Way sits inside it, what life is like inside the voids, and how we're
building the next generation of telescopes to zoom out even further!
Join us on Tuesday, August 19th from 3-5pm in COSI's Atrium to learn more!
Please contact Paul Sutter (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have questions.
Cosmic Voids in the Next Generation of Galaxy Surveys
- Monday August 18th through Wednesday August 20th, 2014
- Organizing by Paul Sutter
- The Center for Cosmology and Astro-Particle Physics (CCAPP) at The Ohio State University (OSU) is holding a workshop on "Cosmic Voids in the Next Generation of Galaxy Surveys" in Columbus, Ohio on August 18-20, 2014.
- This three-day workshop will bring together leading
experts in void analysis and representatives from major upcoming galaxy surveys to
promote discussion, collaboration, and avenues for studying voids in future datasets.
For more information on the workshop or questions please contact Paul Sutter.