Widefield Imaging from Space Conference

Poster Session

Number

Author

Title

Poster view

1

Jason Rhodes

Caltech

Weak Lensing With Snap

[Abstract]

2

O.S. Khovanskaya

Sternberg Astronomical Institute, Moscow, Russia

Cosmic Strings in the Universe: Theory and Observation

[Abstract]

3

Andrew Bunker

University of Exeter

Star formation at z~6 from the Hubble Ultra Deep Field

[Abstract]

4

M. Doherty

The Institute of Astronomy

Star formation at Redshift One:

Hα from Multi-object Near Infrared Spectroscopy

[Abstract]

5

Francesco R. Ferraro

Astronomy Dept., Bologna University

Large Population studies of Globular Clusters from Wide-Field Observations

[Abstract]

6

Nathan Smith

University of Colorado

Star Formation in the Carina Nebula

[Abstract]

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7

Steve Kent

SNAP Calibration Team

SNAP Calibration

[Abstract]

8

Claire Dollet

Observatory of Nice

Space all-sky imaging with a high angular resolution

[Abstract]

9

Brian Bucklein

Brigham Young University

The Case for a Digital Slitless-Prism Survey in the Near-Infrared

[Abstract]

10

Matthew Lehner

University of Pennsylvania

A Space Based Occultation Survey

[Abstract]

11

Davis Philip

ISO and Union College

A Photometric System for Investigation of Galactic Structure

[Abstract]

12

Carl Grillmair

Spitzer Science Center

The Origins Billion Star Survey

[Abstract]

13

Anna Sajina

University of British Columbia

Simulating the Spitzer mid-IR color-color diagrams

[Abstract]

14

Mike Jarvis

U. Pennsylvania Email

Principal Component Analysis of PSF Variation

[Abstract]

15

Natalie Roe

LBNL, SNAP Collaboration

SNAP Instrument Development

[Abstract]

16

Alexander Conley

LBNL

Improving the Cosmological Utility of Type Ia Supernovae Using Color Magnitude Diagrams

[Abstract]

17

Brian Gerke

UC-Berkeley

Groups and Clusters of Galaxies in the DEEP2 Redshift Survey

[Abstract]

18

Douglas Clowe

Steward Observatory

Weak Lensing Mass Reconstruction of High-z EDisCS Clusters with ACS Mosaic Images

[Abstract]

19

David Alves

Columbia University

Structure of the Periphery of the Large Magellanic Cloud Further Revealed by 2MASS

[Abstract]

20

Mike Lampton

UC Berkeley Space Sciences Lab

The SNAP Telescope

[Abstract]

21

Huan Lin

Fermilab

The Dark Energy Camera and Survey

[Abstract]

22

Ashish Mahabal

Caltech

Transients from Palomar-QUEST survey

[Abstract]

23

Louis-Gregory Strolger

Space Telescope Science Institute

High redshift supernovae and dark energy in the epoch of HST

[Abstract]

24

Natalia Kuznetsova

LBNL, SNAP Collaboration

Supernova/Acceleration Probe: A Dark Energy Mission Overview

[Abstract]

25

W. Carithers

LBNL, SNAP Collaboration

Computing Challenges for the SNAP Mission

[Abstract]

26

Rychard Bouwens

UC Santa Cruz

Using SNAP to Probe High Redshift Galaxy Formation

[Abstract]

27

L. Riofrio

San Francisco State University

The Space/Time Universe

[Abstract]

28

Albert Stebbins

Fermilab

Cosmological Consistency: Beyond Dark Energy

[Abstract]

29
Karl Glazebrook

Monster Redshift Surveys through Slitless Imaging

[Abstract]

 
As of 04-Jun-2004
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