12 zoekresultaten voor “cosmology”
Unveiling dark structures with accurate weak lensing
Improvements of weak gravitational lensing shape measurements are presented and some used for data analysis.
On Multifield Inflation, Adiabaticity and the Speed of Sound of the Curvature Perturbations
Promotor: A. Achúcarro, Co-Promotor: G.A. Palma
Star formation and aging at cosmic noon: the spectral evolution of galaxies from z=2
Promotores: Prof.dr. M. Franx, Prof.dr. P.G. van Dokkum (Yale University)
Spectroscopy of two-field inflation
This thesis is about cosmological inflation and its relation to observations.
Non-equilibrium chemistry and cooling in simulations of galaxy formation
Promotor: J. Schaye
Star-Forming Galaxies at the Cosmic Dawn
Promotor: Prof.dr. M. Franx, Co-Promotor: Rychard Bouwens
Weighing the Dark: Cosmological Applications of Gravitational Lensing
Promotor: K. Kuijken, Co-Promotor: H. Hoekstra
Early death of massive galaxies in the distant universe
Promotor: M. Franx, Co-Promotor: I.F. Labbé
Studying dark matter using weak gravitational lensing : from galaxies to the cosmic web
Of all the mass in our Universe, 80% is thought to consist of a hypothetical and invisible substance called dark matter (DM).
Hunting dark matter with X-rays
Promotor: A. Achúcarro Co-promotor: A. Boyarsky
The connection between mass and light in galaxy clusters
Promotor: Koen Kuijken Co-promotor: Henk Hoekstra
Public Lecture Andrei Linde