Name     Surname   Talk Title  
Monday Jan. 16  
Juan   Barranco Neutrinos and scalar field dark matter
Matthew   Bayliss Contributions to Observational Cosmology from Strong Lensing Selected Galaxy Clusters
Jaime   Besprosvany Coincidence problem within decaying self-interacting Bose gas
Immanuel       Buder Measuring the CMB Polarization with QUIET
Ricardo   Chavez Expansion history of the Universe unveiled with H II galaxies
Rupert   Croft Measuring cosmological parameters
Colin     DeGraf High-redshift Quasars in Cosmological Simulations
Xihao   Deng High Precision Gravitational Wave Hubble Diagram with Pulsar Timing Array
     
Tuesday Jan. 17  
Luis   Urena Unified description of the dynamics of quintessential scalar fields
Mariano   Dominguez Measuring the dark matter equation of state and its cosmological consequences
     
Thursday Jan. 19  
Bridget     Falck The Indra Suite of Cosmological Simulations
Juan Carlos   Hidalgo Astrophysical observations preferring modified gravity
Elise   Jennings Testing dark energy using pairs of galaxies in redshift space
Chris     Kelso Consistent Dark Matter Interpretation For CoGeNT DAMA/LIBRA and CRESST
Omar   Lopez-Cruz Is the brightest submillimeter galaxy behind the Bullet Cluster a galaxy in the making?
Jorge   Mastache Dark matter Phase Transition constrained at Ec = 0.11 eV by LSB rotation curve
Kristin     Mikkelsen Grid-based exploration of cosmological parameter space
Ariadna   Montiel Probing nonlinear electromagnetic cosmological models with gamma-ray bursts
     
Friday Jan. 20  
Yookyung    Noh Galaxy clusters and their filamentary environment
Ruth   Pearson Lensing of primordial squeezed non-Gaussianity
Robert     Poltis Emergent Extra Dimensions
Jeeseon   Song Optical Cluster Finder Comparison
Roberto   Sussman Non-spherical inhomogeneity vs dark energy
Eric   Switzer 21cm Intensity Mapping with the Green Bank Telescope
Amanda     Weltman Dark Energy and where to find it
Xiuyuan     Yang Cosmological Information in Weak Lensing Peaks and Impact of Baryons