S23: Mass Mapping, HOS and Clusters

Chair / Contact

N.Martinet (nmartine à uni-bonn.de), S.Pires (sandrine.pires à cea.fr), V.Cardone, I.Tereno, S. Maurogordato

Abstract

Joint splinter session between mass mapping WP, Higher-Order Statistics WP in WL-SWG, Clusters-SWG and LE3 to start sharing information and methods on the cosmological probes based on the mass maps

Room and Time

Kleiner Saal 1 (KS1) - Time : 9h - 10h30 / 11h-12h30 (3 hours)

Agenda

Chair : V. Cardone/N. Martinet

9h00-9h05

Introduction

N. Martinet

9h05-9h20

Weak Lensing mass maps : A study of mass mapping systematic effects

S. Pires

9h20-9h35

Latest methods using computer vision techniques

J. Merten

9h35-9h50

Minkowski Functionals of convergence maps and the lensing Figure of Merit

M. Vicinanza

9h50-10h05

Deep and narrow or wide and shallow? An answer by the Minkowski functionals point of view

C. Parroni

10h05-10h20

Weighted density fields as improved probes of modified gravity models

C. Llinares

10h20-10h30

Discussion

10h30-11h00

Break

11h00-11h15

Breaking degeneracies in modified gravity with higher (than 2nd) order weak-lensing statistics

A. Peel

11h15-11h30

Local density-induced shear bias and its impact on peak counts

M. Schmitz

11h30-11h45

Light-cone simulations and peaks in convergence maps

C. Giocoli

11h45-12h00

Mesh-free mass mapping technique combining lensing, X-ray, SZ and galaxy kinematics

 J. Merten

12h00-12h15

WL detected environment bias around galaxy clusters

M. Sereno

12h15-12h30

Utilising magnification for cluster estimation in Euclid

C. Duncan

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