This workshop is part of the Third Annual SRL/ISSDM Research Symposium.
The workshop is open to faculty, students, and researchers who are interested in the application of applied mathematics and statistics, computer science and information technology to the problems encountered in cosmology research.
The number of workshop participants will be limited by room capacity. Please register early to assure your spot.
|9:15||Registration and Breakfast (Provided; Lower Engineering Courtyard)|
|9:45||Welcome and Plenary Keynote||
Los Alamos National Laboratory, a Unique, Irreplaceable,
National Resource in the Department of Energy
Gary Grider (Deputy Division Leader, LANL)
|10:20||Break and Transition to Workshops|
|11:00||Session 1 (Chair: Alex Pang)||Analysis of Cosmology Data
|11:00||Uliana Popov (PhD Student, UCSC)||Halo Finder vs Local Extractors: Similarities and Differences|
|11:30||Zoe Buck (PhD Student, UCSC)||Families Interacting with Scientific Visualizations in an Immersive Planetarium Show|
|12:00||Joel Primack (Professor, UCSC)||Visualizing High-Resolution Simulations of Galaxy Formation and Comparing the Simulations to the Latest Observations from Hubble and Other Telescopes|
|12:30||Lunch (Provided; Lower Engineering courtyard)|
|1:30||Session 2 (Chair: Bruno Sansó)||Visual Exploration of Cosmology Data
|1:30||Tracy Holsclaw, PhD (Alumna, UCSC)||Gaussian Process Modeling of Dark Energy|
|2:00||Katrin Heitmann (Researcher, Argonne National Laboratory)||Science with Cosmic Visualization|
|2:30||Salman Habib (Researcher, Argonne National Laboratory)||How to Stuff a Supercomputer into a Laptop and Help Invert the Universe|
|3:00||Coffee Break||Informal Discussion|