Workshop IA | General Relativistic Effects in Observing the Large Scale Structure of the Universe | 20-23 June 2022

Forthcoming cosmological surveys will attain a level of precision which requires correct modelling of the observed signal, including cosmological simulations. In addition, they will probe ever larger scales where light-cone relativistic corrections to the density contrast become important. Several research groups have looked at this from different angles, including theory,  simulations, cosmological solvers, estimators, higher-order statistics and observations.

The need for a fully relativistic treatment of cosmological surveys is the driver for new developments in this field. At the same time, relativistic effects offer new opportunities to test General Relativity. The workshop aims at gathering in person active researchers in the field and foster spaces for discussion among the members of the community.

For further details visit the Workshop site.