The third gevolution users & developers meeting was organised by the Astronomy Unit of Queen Mary University of London (UK) on May 13th, 2020. Due to physical distancing advise, this meeting was held entirely as a web conference. The event aimed to connect users and developers of the code to discuss their experiences and projects, and to provide feedback on code development.
Recordings of the contributed presentations are available by clicking on the links in the schedule below.
|9:05- 9:55||Julian Adamek (Queen Mary University of London)||Tutorial for LCARS tools|
|10:05-10:30||Sonia Akter Ema (University of Sydney)||Probing the cosmological weak-lensing statistics with three-dimensional ray tracing in a relativistic N-body simulation|
|10:30-10:55||Md Rasel Hossen (University of Sydney)||Influence of local environment on weak lensing statistics|
|12:30-12:55||Francesca Lepori (University of Geneva)||Weak-lensing observables in relativistic N-body simulations|
|13:05-13:30||Caroline Guandalin (University of São Paulo)||Relativistic analysis of the large scale structure|
|13:30-13:55||Louis Coates (Queen Mary University of London)||Light ray tracing in relativistic N-body simulations|
|14:30-14:55||Farbod Hassani (University of Geneva)||An update on the instability found in clustering dark energy|
|15:05-15:30||Nicolò Muleo (University of Pisa)||Formalism to create a curved universe simulation|