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Evidence for a milli-parsec separation Supermassive Black Hole Binary with quasar microlensing

Here's a list of the recent publications pruduced by group members. Each paper comes with a non-expert description of it's topic and results. You can filter by topic using the drop-down menu, or click on topics and member names to get more details.

Measuring anisotropic stress with relativistic effects
Date: 9. February 2021
Members involved: Camille Bonvin, Daniel Sobral Blanco
Topics: Anisotropic stress, Relativistic effects, Large-scale structure
Online abstract: arXiv:2102.05086
Cosmology with LIGO/Virgo dark sirens: Hubble parameter and modified gravitational wave propagation
Date: 1. February 2021
Members involved: Andreas Finke, Stefano Foffa, Francesco Iacovelli, Michele Maggiore, Michele Mancarella
Topics: Gravitational waves, Modified gravity, Hubble constant, Dark energy, Statistical Inference
Online abstract: arXiv:2101.12660
Quadratic estimators for CMB weak lensing
Date: 28. January 2021
Members involved: Julien Carron
Topics: CMB lensing, Cosmic microwave background
Online abstract: arXiv:2101.12193
Seeking New Physics in Cosmology with Bayesian Neural Networks I: Dark Energy and Modified Gravity
Date: 9. December 2020
Members involved: Michele Mancarella, Joe Kennedy, Benjamin Bose, Lucas Lombriser
Topics: Large-scale structure, Neural Networks, Dark energy, Modified gravity, Machine Learning
Online abstract: arXiv:2012.03992
The Astro-Primordial Black Hole Merger Rates: a Reappraisal
Date: 8. December 2020
Members involved: Valerio De Luca, Gabriele Franciolini, Alexandros Kehagias, Antonio Riotto
Topics: Primordial Black Holes, Gravitational waves
Online abstract: arXiv:2012.03585
Exploring the self-tuning of the cosmological constant from Planck mass variation
Date: 3. December 2020
Members involved: Daniel Sobral Blanco, Lucas Lombriser
Topics: Cosmological Constant Problem, Scalar-tensor theories
Online abstract: arXiv:2012.01838
Lensed CMB power spectrum biases from masking extragalactic sources
Date: 18. November 2020
Members involved: Julien Carron
Topics: Cosmic microwave background, CMB lensing, Large scale structure
Online abstract: Lensed CMB power spectrum biases from masking extragalactic sources
Comparison of different approaches to the quasi-static approximation in Horndeski models
Date: 12. November 2020
Members involved: Emilio Bellini, Lucas Lombriser
Topics: Modified gravity, Cosmological Perturbation Theory
Online abstract: arXiv:2011.05713
The Threshold for Primordial Black Hole Formation: a Simple Analytic Prescription
Date: 6. November 2020
Members involved: Ilia Musco, Valerio De Luca, Gabriele Franciolini, Antonio Riotto
Topics: Primordial Black Holes
Online abstract: arXiv:2011.03014
The Simons Observatory: Bandpass and polarization-angle calibration requirements for B-mode searches
Date: 5. November 2020
Members involved: Julien Carron
Topics: Cosmic microwave background, Simons Observatory Collaboration
Online abstract: The Simons Observatory: Bandpass and polarization-angle calibration requirements for B-mode searches

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