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47th ESLAB

The Universe as seen by Planck

The initial science results from Planck were presented and discussed at the ESLAB symposium, which took place 2-5 April 2013 at ESA/ESTEC, Noordwijk, The Netherlands. Links to the presentations given at ESLAB are provided below.

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Session 1: Introduction to Planck and its products

Title Speaker Video
ESA introduction A. Gimenez Video
ESA introduction M. McCaughrean Video
LFI introduction N. Mandolesi Video
HFI introduction J.-L. Puget Video
The Planck mission J. Tauber Video
Overview of LFI and HFI frequency map generation and their characteristics A. Zacchei Video
CMB component separation M. Ashdown Video
Planck non-CMB component separation C. Baccigalupi Video
Consistency of Planck data C. Lawrence Video
Planck polarization at small angular scales M. Tristram Video
CMB polarization from Planck: status, consistency and prospects P. Natoli Video
The Planck likelihood and power spectrum estimation S. Prunet Video

Session 2: Main cosmology results

Title Speaker Video
Cosmological parameters from Planck and other Experiments G. Efstathiou Video
Constraints on inflation, strings, and exotic models F. Bouchet Video
Planck constraints on isotropy and geometry K. Gorski Video
Fnl statistics with Planck S. Matarrese Video
Lensing and ISW results from Planck K. Benabed Video
The CMB lensed by star-forming galaxies O. Dore Video
The CMB in perspective P. J. E. Peebles Video

Session 3: Cosmology and astrophysics

Title Speaker Video
Measuring the cosmic distance scale with SDSS-III D. Eisenstein Video
The X-ray view of Planck SZ clusters M. Arnaud Video
Cosmological constraints from Planck SZ clusters M. Douspis Video
All-sky Planck compton parameter map and cosmological interpretation J. F. Macias-Perez Video
Doppler boosting of the CMB D. Scott Video
High redshift starburst galaxies revealed by SPT, ALMA, and gravitational lensing J. Vieira N/A
Cosmology with supernovae R. Pain Video
The Planck Catalogue of Compact Sources J. Gonzalez-Nuevo Video
Synergies between Planck and Herschel on extragalactic point sources G. De Zotti Video

Session 4: Astrophysical results

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Title Speaker Video
Diffuse low-frequency galactic components R. Davies Video
Galactic dust observed by Planck M. A. Miville-Deschenes Video
Planck observations of dust polarization F. Boulanger Video
The Planck sky model J. Delabrouille Video
The CMB, new neutrinos physics and primordial nucleosynthesis G. Fuller Video
Planck's impact on interstellar medium science P. Martin Video
Fundamental physics and formation of the Universe A. Linde Video

Session 5: Public session

Title Speaker Video
Introduction M. Longair Video
The importance of studies of the CMB for cosmology B. Partridge Video
Planck's contribution to cosmology G. Rocha Video

Session 6: CMB cosmology and fundamental physics

Title Speaker
How much can we learn about fundamental physics from cosmology? V. Mukhanov
Non-gaussianity after Planck M. Zaldarriaga
Planck results on the CMB bispectrum B. Wandelt
Parametric and non-parametric bispectrum results from Planck B. Van Tent
Modal bispectrum estimation with Planck data M. Liguori
General formula for the running of Fnl C. Byrnes
Non-gaussianity from modulations of the shock-in-times of post-inflation preheating J. R. Bond
CMB optimal constraints on non-gaussianity in isocurvature perturbations T. Sekiguchi
Non-gaussianity and the adiabatic limits J. Meyers
Chaotic inflation and model building A. Linde
Searching for features in the primordial power spectrum M. Bucher
New insights in hybrid inflation S. Clesse
Particle physics models of inflation and curvaton scenarios A. Mazumdar
After Planck: the road to observing 17 e-fold of inflation R. Khatri
Beyond the standard paradigm: searches for cosmic defects and non-gaussian inflation E. Shellard
Topological defects after Planck M. Kunz
Isotropy of Planck map in bipolar spherical harmonic representation T. Souradeep
Bayesian evidence of Bianchi VIIh cosmologies from WMAP and Planck J. D. McEwen
Low-l phase correlations in the Planck CMB data C. Rath
Hemispherical power asymmetry in the Planck data K. Mikkelsen
Planck CMB lensing reconstruction on foreground cleaned maps L. Perotto
Constraining neutrino physics with Planck A. Melchiorri
Is there evidence for additional neutrino species from cosmology? S. Feeney
Planck constraints on general primordial isocurvature perturbations and curvaton model J. Valiviita

Session 7: Galactic science

Title Speaker
S-PASS and giant magnetised outflows from the centre of the milky way E. Carretti
A view on galactic polarization from 150 MHz to 2.4 GHz G. Bernardi
The angular power spectrum of the galactic synchrotron background S. Sarkar
Diffuse galactic components in the Gould Belt system A. Bonaldi
Dust emission at millimetre wavelengths in the galactic plance M. Alves
Galactic CO emission as seen by Planck C. Combet
Planck polarization of thermal dust emission at 353 GHz V. Guillet
The Planck dust polarization sky J.-P. Bernard
Intensity and polarization of galactic dust emission in the Planck bands B. Hensley
A study of anomalous microwave emission in galactic clouds with Planck C. Dickinson
Measurements of the polarization of the anomalous microwave emission with the QUIJOTE experiment R. Genova-Santos
Anomalous microwave emission in the new era of Planck satellite T. Hoang
Zodiacal emission from Planck K. Ganga

Session 8: Extragalactic science

Title Speaker
Occupy dark matter M. Viero
The physical nature of distant, bright, lensed sub-mm galaxies in Planck ERCSC A. Cooray
The Herschel-ATLAS and the connection to Planck S. Eales
The intricate life of infrared galaxies and dark matter halos M. Bethermin
The role of Planck in understanding galaxy cluster radio halos K. Basu
Multi-frequency/Multi-temporal observations of blazars P. Giommi
The local luminosity function of star-forming galaxies derived from the Planck ERCSC M. Negrello
Dust and start-formation properties of a complete sample of local galaxies drawn from the Planck ERCSC M. Clemens

Session 9: Data processing

Title Speaker
Massive Monte Carlo from CMB data analysis J. Borrill
LFI map making A.-S. Suur-Uski
Planck HFI calibration and map making O. Perdereau
Non parametric approaches to CMB cleaning J.-F. Cardoso
Planck component separation with Commander I. Wehus
Consistency study of Planck data using cosmological parameters G. Polenta
Component separation for CMB polarization J. Aumont

Session 10: Experimental aspects

Title
QUBIC: The QU bolometric interferometer for cosmology J. Hamilton
Spider: probing inflation with a ballon borne polarimetric survey of the southern sky H. C. Chiang
The POLARBEAR CMB polarization experiment A. Lee
LiteBIRD: a future satellite for the studies of B-mode polarization and inflation from CMB detection M. Hazumi
The LSPE expected performance F. Piacentini
QUIJOTE: a CMB polarization experiment R. Rebolo

Session 11: Clusters

Title
The ACT Sunyaev-Zeldovich galaxy cluster survey T. Marriage
The SPT Sunyev-Zeldovich cluster survey B. A. Benson
Cosmology with APEX-SZ cluster sample F. Pacaud
Detection of diffuse SZ with Planck B. Comis
Towards precise measurements of the low-redshift mass function of galaxy clusters from X-ray surveys A. Vikhlinin
The X-ray/SZ view of the Virial region D. Eckert
Constraints on peculiar velocities C. Hernandez-Monteagudo
Candidate dusty galaxy clusters from Planck and Herschel D. Clements
Simulations of galaxy clusters D. Nagai
Unveiling the complex physical processes of the intracluster medium with SZ observation of galaxy clusters N. Battaglia

Session 12: Complementarity of Planck with other experiments

Title Speaker Video
Final results from WMAP G. Hinshaw Video
Planck and the wide-field galaxy surveys S. White Video
Inevitable CMB spectral distortions and black body photosphere of the Universe R. Sunyaev Video
Planck, Fermi, and the Dark Gas I. Grenier Video
Planck and Herschel L. Montier Video
The ESA Euclid mission Y. Mellier Video
Technical lessons learned from Planck for future space experiments J.-M. Lamarre Video
CoRE: a next generation CMB space mission P. de Bernardis Video

Session 13: Wrap-up and conclusions

Title Speaker Video
WMAP, Planck and the future of experimental cosmology L. Page Video
Questions to be tackled by Planck with the next release M. Bersanelli N/A
Panel discussion: implications of Planck results on current cosmology J. Carlstrom Video
Panel discussion: implications of Planck results on current cosmology W. Freedman Video
Panel discussion: implications of Planck results on current cosmology J. R. Bond Video
Panel discussion: implications of Planck results on current cosmology V. Mukhanov Video
Panel discussion: implications of Planck results on current cosmology M. Rees Video
HFI conference wrap-up and conclusion J.-L. Puget Video
LFI conference wrap-up and conclusion N. Mandolesi Video
ESA conference wrap-up and conclusion J. Tauber Video
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