Th he decade 2020-2030 will be cosmology’s new golden age with the launch of two spatial missions dedicated to cosmology, Euclid in 2022 and WFIRST in 2026, and the starting of the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope (LSST) observations in 2022. These international projects, ushering in the era of Big Data for cosmology, will require new statistical methods to tackle computational and theoretical challenges,
4-10 April : School: ADA X school on statistics for cosmology.
20-24 April: Workshop1: Lensing (methodologies in Lensing).
11-15 May: Workshop2: Galaxy Clustering (methodologies in clustering).
25-28 May: Workshop3: Theory and Interpretation of the data.
Detailed information can be found here.
Penn State's Center for Astrostatistics is continuing its annual Summer Schools in Statistics for Astronomers designed for graduate students and researchers in astronomy. This is being supplemented with a new additional week-long Summer School in Astroinformatics. Lectures and tutorials are presented by a team of experienced professors in statistics, astronomy, computer science, and informatics. Classroom instruction is interspersed with hands-on analysis of astronomical data with opportunity for discussion of methodological issues.
Detailed information can be found here
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