Line Intensity Mapping: Modeling & Analysis in the Precision Era
Anthony Pullen, New York University
Fri., Apr. 30, 2021, 1:30 PM
In this talk, I discuss our efforts to increase the precision of modeling and analysis for upcoming line intensity mapping (LIM) science. I will present our work constructing realistic, multi-line LIM mocks and predicting how they can improve LIM galaxy and cosmology science. In addition, I will discuss this work's context for EXCLAIM, an LIM balloon survey that will map CO and [CII] emission.
You are invited to view this pre-recorded research talk in advance of the Zoom Q&A session.
The talk is available at this video link.
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