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

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The Clustering Evolution of Primordial Black Holes
Date: 11. September 2020
Members involved: Valerio De Luca, Vincent Desjacques, Gabriele Franciolini, Antonio Riotto
Topics: Primordial Black Holes
Online abstract: arXiv:2009.04731
The GW190521 Mass Gap Event and the Primordial Black Hole Scenario
Date: 4. September 2020
Members involved: Valerio De Luca, Vincent Desjacques, Gabriele Franciolini, Antonio Riotto
Topics: Primordial Black Holes, Gravitational waves
Online abstract: arXiv:2009.01728
The Importance of Priors on LIGO-Virgo Parameter Estimation: the Case of Primordial Black Holes
Date: 31. August 2020
Members involved: Valerio De Luca, Gabriele Franciolini, Antonio Riotto
Topics: Primordial Black Holes, Gravitational waves
Online abstract: arXiv:2008.12320
CMB-S4: Forecasting Constraints on Primordial Gravitational Waves
Date: 27. August 2020
Members involved: Julien Carron
Topics: Cosmic microwave background
Online abstract: CMB-S4: Forecasting Constraints on Primordial Gravitational Waves
Horndeski theories and beyond from higher dimensions
Date: 15. July 2020
Members involved: Soumya Jana, Charles Dalang, Lucas Lombriser
Topics: Scalar-tensor theories, Modified gravity
Online abstract: arXiv:2007.06907
Impact of internal-delensing biases on searches for primordial B-modes of CMB polarisation
Date: 3. July 2020
Members involved: Julien Carron
Topics: Cosmic microwave background
Online abstract: Impact of internal-delensing biases on searches for primordial B-modes of CMB polarisation
Easing cosmic tensions with an open and hotter universe
Date: 30. June 2020
Members involved: Benjamin Bose, Lucas Lombriser
Topics: Cosmic microwave background, CMB lensing, Large-scale structure, Hubble constant
Online abstract: arXiv:2006.16149
Parameterised post-Newtonian formalism for the effective field theory of dark energy via screened reconstructed Horndeski theories
Date: 18. June 2020
Members involved: Joe Kennedy, Lucas Lombriser
Topics: Effective field theory of dark energy, screening, Scalar-tensor theories, post-Newtonian formalism
Online abstract: arXiv:2006.09910
Beyond ΛCDM with HI intensity mapping: robustness of cosmological constraints in the presence of astrophysics
Date: 12. June 2020
Members involved: Hamsa Padmanabhan
Topics: Line Intensity Mapping, Cosmology with Neutral Hydrogen, primordial non-Gaussianity, Modified gravity, Intensity Mapping
Online abstract: arXiv:1910.00022
New empirical constraints on the cosmological evolution of gas and stars in galaxies
Date: 5. June 2020
Members involved: Hamsa Padmanabhan
Topics: Large scale structure, Cosmology with Neutral Hydrogen
Online abstract: arXiv:2002.01489

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