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Centro de Astrofísica da Universidade do Porto
1 to 7 June 2014, Angra do Heroísmo, Azores, Portugal

Sunday, 1 June
Arrival day
21:00 Registration & Welcome reception
Monday, 2 June
8:45 Welcome & Opening Remarks
9:00 Basic tools - Lecture 1
Martin Kunz
10:00 Modified Gravity - Lecture 1
Pedro Ferreira
11:00 Coffee break
11:30 Galaxies and Clusters - Lecture 1
Alain Blanchard
12:30 Lunch
15:30 Dark Energy Lecture - Lecture 1
Luca Amendola
16:30 Coffee break
17:00 Modified Gravity - Lecture 2
Pedro Ferreira
18:00 Testing the consistency of different supernova surveys
Natallia Karpenka
18:15 A Bayesian hunt for systematics and new signals
Caroline Heneka
18:30 Weak gravitational lensing of supernovae
Dario Scovacricci
18:45 Measuring the BAO peak with DES
Ana Isabel Salvador
19:00 Adjourn
Tuesday, 3 June
9:00 Basic tools - Lecture 2
Martin Kunz
10:00 Cosmic Microwave Background - Lecture 1
Valeria Pettorino
11:00 Coffee break
11:30 Primordial Cosmology - Lecture 1
Juan Garcia-Bellido
12:30 Lunch
15:30 Dark Energy Lecture - Lecture 2
Luca Amendola
16:30 Coffee break
17:00 Lensing - Lecture 1
Catherine Heymans
18:00 Probing accelerating gravity models in the growth indexes parameter space
Heinrich Steigerwald
18:15 nuGalileon: a new life for Galileon gravity from massive neutrinos
Alexandre Barreira
18:30 Evolution of the fine-structure constant in runaway dilaton models
Pauline Vielzeuf
18:45 Constraint on drifting proton-to-electron mass ratio through analysis of molecular absorption lines
Mario Dapra
19:00 Adjourn
21:00 Public Talk in Angra do Heroísmo
Pedro Ferreira
Wednesday, 4 June
9:00 Basic tools - Lecture 3
Martin Kunz
10:00 Modified Gravity - Lecture 3
Pedro Ferreira
11:00 Coffee break
11:30 Lensing - Lecture 2
Catherine Heymans
12:30 Adjourn - Free Afternoon (Social Programme)
Thursday, 5 June
9:00 Primordial Cosmology - Lecture 2
Juan Garcia-Bellido
10:00 Galaxies and Clusters - Lecture 2
Alain Blanchard
11:00 Coffee break
11:30 Cosmic Microwave Background - Lecture 2
Valeria Pettorino
12:30 Lunch
15:30 Fundamental Cosmology with ALMA and the E-ELT
Carlos Martins
16:30 Coffee break
17:00 X-ray Study of a fossil Group out to the virial Radius
Sophia Thölken
17:15 Wide angle effects on Redshift-space distortions
Paulo Reimberg
17:30 Detection of a supervoid aligned with the CMB Cold Spot
Andras Kovacs
17:45 Cosmological implications from the eROSITA all-sky survey
Katharina Borm
18:00 Adjourn
19:00 School Dinner
Friday, 6 June
9:00 Galaxies and Clusters - Lecture 3
Alain Blanchard
10:00 Dark Energy - Lecture 3
Luca Amendola
11:00 Coffee break
11:30 Primordial Cosmology - Lecture 3
Juan Garcia-Bellido
12:30 Lunch
15:30 The importance of being warm (during inflation)
Rafael Cerezo
15:45 Cosmological constraints on the Higgs portal
Tommi Tenkanen
16:00 The effect of a Starobinsky gravity correction combined with small-scale inhomogeneities in cosmology
Anthony Preston
16:15 Regularizing cosmological singularities by varying physical constants
Konrad Marosek
16:30 Coffee break
17:00 Incorporating Particle Physics Phenomenology into Cosmological Simulations of Dark Matter
Andrew Robertson
17:15 Constraining the chameleon regime in f(R) gravity with cluster abundance data
Matteo Cataneo
17:30 3D Power Spectra for H1 Intensity with a Scale Dependent Bias
Dagoberto Contreras
17:45 CMB anisotropies from a stochastic background of primordial magnetic fields with non-zero helicity
Mario Ballardini
18:00 Weak gravitational lensing by rotating tidal charged black holes
Zsolt Horvath
18:15 The ALHAMBRA Survey: Evolution of Galaxy Clustering with Segregation
Lluís Hurtado-Gil
18:30 Closing Remarks
Saturday, 7 June
Departure day