12-14 December 2018
Casa de la Ciencia del CSIC
Europe/Madrid timezone

The promising future of a robust cosmological neutrino mass measurement

12 Dec 2018, 16:50
20m

Speaker

Maria Archidiacono (RWTH Aachen University)

Description

The impact of massive neutrinos on cosmological observables comes from a very peculiar effect: light massive neutrinos behave as radiation before their non-relativistic transition, while afterwards they gradually become a matter component. For that reason, combination of high- and low- redshift probes can provide very tight, yet model dependent, constraints on the neutrino mass sum. In this talk I will show how future galaxy surveys can potentially pin down the neutrino mass sum.​

Primary author

Maria Archidiacono (RWTH Aachen University)

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