August 25, 2014 - Monday
1.Michel Aguena, University of Sao Paulo
Constraining Cosmological Parameters with Galaxy Clusters
2.Carlos Alberto S Almeida, Physics Department - Universidade Federal do Ceará
Modified Newton’s gravity and spontaneous Lorentz violation
3.Metin Ata, AIP, Germany
Reconstruction of the non-linear cosmic density field from biased tracers with Bayesian methods
4.Anna Paula R Bacalhau, Brazilian Center for Physics Research
Cosmological dynamics with non-linear interactions
5.Irène Balmès, IFUSP, São Paulo
CDM halo profile in modified gravity simulations
6.Daniel Boriero, Bielefeld University
Cosmological neutrinos out of equilibrium
7.Juan Bueno Sanchez, Universidad del Valle (Cali, Colombia)
CMB anomalies from local, out-of-equilibrium inflationary relics: A window to observe primary inflation
8.Hugo O. Camacho, DFMA/IF. University of São Paulo.
A Comparison between different methods to Compute Cosmological Correlations and Covariances
9.Siri Chongchitnan, University of Hull
Disentangling Non-Gaussianities with the Lyman-alpha Forest
10.Adam Christopherson, University of Nottingham
Non-linear effects on magnetic field generation
11.Maksym Eingorn, North Carolina Central University, CREST and NASA Research Centers, Durham, NC, U.S.A.
Discrete cosmology: scalar perturbations and dynamics of galaxies
12.Matteo Fasiello, Case Western
FRW Cosmology in Massive Gravity

August 26, 2014 - Tuesday
1.Jerome Gleyzes, IPhT CEA Saclay
Healthy theories beyond Horndeski
2.Vera Gluscevic, Institute for Advanced Study
Probing primordial magnetic fields with high-redshift 21cm emission
3.Daniel C Guariento, Universidade de São Paulo
Cosmological black holes: exact solutions and interaction with scalar-tensor field theories
4.César Hernández-Aguayo, Universidad de Guanajuato
Spherical collapse of cosmological scalar field: The approach of the numerical relativity
5.Akhtar Iqbal, phd student
On formation of multibaryon proton clusters in relativistic collisions of hadrons and nuclei with carbon and neon nuclei
6.Mudit Jain, University of Minnesota, Duluth
Gradient Inflation
7.Elise Jennings, KICP University of Chicago
CosmoSIS: modular cosmological parameter estimation
8.Emre O Kahya, Istanbul Technical University
Quantum Effects on Conformal Scalars during Inflation
9.Zigmund Kermish, Princeton University
The SPIDER instrument: pre-flight characterization.
10.Naoya Kitajima, Tohoku University
Thermal Inflation and Isocurvature Bounds on String Axion Dark Matter
11.Tsutomu Kobayashi, Rikkyo University
Generalized Galilean Genesis and Matching Conditions from Horndeski Theory
12.Fabian Koehlinger, Leiden Observatory
Neutrinos in the lensing power spectrum
13.Alexander Leithes, Queen Mary, University of London
Conserved Quantities in Lemaitre-Tolman-Bondi Cosmology [PDF, 0.18 MB]
14.Edgar A Leon, Universidad Autonoma de Sinaloa
Extra dimensional cosmological model from a Lagrangian perspective
15.Yu-Hsiang Lin, National Taiwan University
CMB Low-Mode Anomaly and Two-Field Cascade Inflation

August 27, 2014 - Wednesday
1.Tommi Markkanen, University of Helsinki
Spacetime curvature and the Higgs stability during inflation
2.Tomohiro Matsuda, Saitama Institute of Technology
Preheating with higher dimensional interaction
3.Mikhail V. Medvedev, University of Kansas
Cosmological Simulations of Multi-Component Cold Dark Matter
4.Eloisa Menegoni, LUTH Laboratoire Univers et THéories, Observatoire de Paris
Constraints on a k-dependent bias from galaxy clustering
5.James Mertens, Case Western Reserve University
Gravitational radiation from first-order phase transitions in the presence of a fluid
6.Audrey T Mithani, Tufts Institute of Cosmology
Instability of oscillating universes
7.Shuntaro Mizuno, WIAS, Waseda University
Combined features in the primordial spectra induced by a sudden turn in two-field DBI inflation
8.Hayato Motohashi, University of Chicago
Stability of cosmological solutions in extended quasidilaton massive gravity
9.Tomohiro Nakama, Research Center for the Early Universe, the University of Tokyo
Scalar perturbations generated by the second-order effects of gravitational waves and their cosmological implications
10.Jayanth Neelakanta, Syracuse University
Diffeomorphism-Invariance Constraints on Cosmological Correlators
11.Phuc H Nguyen, University of Texas at Austin
Brownian motion and pair production in de Sitter space: a holographic viewpoint
12.Toshifumi Noumi, RIKEN Nishina Center
Effects of heavy fields on primordial spectra
13.Youngsoo Park, KICP/UChicago
Combined Probes Analysis in Dark Energy Survey
14.Qiuhe Peng, Nanjing University
Possible evidence of magnetic monopole existence? ---Discovery of strong radial magnetic field at the center of the Galaxy
15.Maria Elidaiana da S. Pereira, Brazilian Center for Physics Research
Measuring galaxy morphologies in the CFHT Stripe 82 Survey
16.Cyril Pitrou, IAP, Institut d'Astrophysique de Paris, France
xPand: An algorithm for perturbing homogeneous cosmologies
17.Rudnei O. Ramos, Rio de Janeiro State University
Isocurvature perturbations in warm inflation and observational effects
18.Amid Ranjkesh Siahkal, University of Maribor
Simulation study of domain patterns in randomly nematic liquid crystals
19.Jun Zhang, Tufts University
Topological defects from the multiverse [PDF, 0.26 MB]

August 29, 2014 - Friday
1.Laura Sagunski, DESY Hamburg
The Time-Flow Approach as a Tool for Large-Scale Structure
2.Ryo Saito, APC
Geodesic curve-of-sight formulae for the cosmic microwave background: a unified treatment of redshift, time delay, and lensing
3.Emmanuel N Saridakis, Physics Department, Baylor University
Modified torsional gravity and cosmology
4.Ignacy Sawicki, University of Geneva
Model-independent observables in dark-energy cosmologies
5.Carol Y Scarlett, Florida A&M University
Cavity Searches for Dark Matter
6.Gizem Sengor, Syracuse University
Black-hole Constraints on the post-Inflationary Epoch
7.Daniel Shafer, University of Michigan
Type Ia Supernovae and Evidence for a Phantom Dark Energy Equation of State
8.Benjamin Shlaer, Tufts Institute of Cosmology
What we know about cosmic string loops
9.Saga Shohei, Nagoya university
The impact of anisotropic stress of free-streaming particles on gravitational waves induced by cosmological density perturbations
10.James D. E. Stokes, UPenn
A holographic realization of an alternative to inflation
11.Naonori Sugiyama, University of Tokyo
Using Lagrangian Perturbation Theory for Precision Cosmology
12.Yuichiro Tada, KavliIPMU
Non-perturbative approach for curvature perturbations in stochastic-delta N formalism
13.Matteo Tellarini, Institute of Cosmology and Gravitation (ICG), University of Portsmouth
Primordial non-Gaussianity in the bispectra of large-scale structure
14.Takahiro Terada, University of Tokyo
Large field inflation in supergravity with a single chiral superfield
15.Krzysztof Turzynski, University of Warsaw
The effects of a fast-turning trajectory in multiple-field inflation
16.José P. P. Vieira, Centre of Astrophysics of the University of Porto
Wiggly cosmic string evolution
17.Branislav Vlahovic, North Carolina Central University
Can Cosmological Spherical Shell Model be Geometrical Substitution for Inflation?
18.William Wester, Fermilab
Search for Dark Sector Particles with MiniBooNE at Fermilab
19.Lee R Whittaker, Manchester University
Weak lensing using only galaxy position angles
20.Danielle E Wills, Durham University
Cosmic strings and rotating black holes
21.Hao-Yi Wu, University of Michigan
Cosmology with gas and stellar content of galaxy clusters: results from Rhapsody-G hydrodynamical simulations
22.Mijin Yoon, University of Michigan
Dipolar modulation in number counts of WISE-2MASS sources
23.Daisuke Yoshida, Tokyo Institute of Technology
Stuckelbelg analysis in dRGT massive gravity on general fiducial metric