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Carnegie Observatories Centennial Symposium II


17-22 November 2002, Carnegie Observatories, Pasadena, USA

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Amblard, Alexandre Archeops: CMB anisotropy measurement and cosmological constraints
Babiuc, Maria-Cristina Entropy and dark energy in Vaidya-De Sitter spacetime
Bullock, James Cold dark cosmology, the Local Group, and the CDM crisis
Clancy, Dominic Testing the BraneWorld with Primordial Blackholes
Davidson, Aharon Dark Energy / Matter Unification
D'Mellow, Kenton A robust method for testing non-standard cosmological models
Ferguson, Henry C. TBD
Gladders, Mike A 1000 square degree cluster survey to redshift one
Green, James The Cosmic Origins Spectrograph
Hendry, Martin A robust method for testing non-standard comological models
Hoekstra, Henk Weak lensing results from the Red-Sequence Cluster Survey
Jensen, Joseph The IR surface brightness fluctuation Hubble diagram
Koo, David Cosmological tests with DEEP
Lee, Jounghun A statistical strategy for the Sunyaev-Zel' dovich effects cluster data
Maller, Ariyeh The Local Universe as Seen by 2MASS
Marble, Andrew R. Skewering the cosmic web with quasars
McClure, Megan Observed anisotropy in the universe's expansion rate
Nishioka, Hiroaki Measuring the time evolution of the redshift-distortion parameter $\beta$
Petry, Cathy Cosmology with quasar pairs
Rich, Michael The White Dwarf Cooling Age of the Globular Cluster M4
Rushholme, Ben QUEST - A ground based mm-wave telescope for CMB polarization studies
Scargle, Jeffrey A new approach to cluster analysis
Wilson, Brian Detecting the multi-connectedness of the Universe

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