Welcome to CosmoStat

 

The CosmoStat team (LCS) is composed of both cosmologists and computer scientists working together to develop new methods of statistics, signal processing, and apply them to cosmological data set. CosmoStat goals are:

  • Statistics & Signal Processing: Develop new methods for analyzing astronomical data, and especially in cosmology where the needs of powerful statistical methods are very important.
  • Cosmology: Analyze and interpret data.
  • Projects: Participation to important astronomical projects such as Euclid, etc.
  • Teaching: Teach students and young researchers how to analyze astronomical data.
  • Dissemination: Take opportunity to disseminate our idea, tools and products  in and outside the astronomical field (CEA, CNRS, University, Industry...).

From 2012 to 2018, the activity has been mainly driven by two international projects, PLANCK and Euclid, with a increasing involvement with time in Euclid.

 

 


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CosmoStat News

Checkout all the latest CosmoStat news, events and publications

 

WORKSHOP ON COMPUTATIONAL INTELLIGENCE IN REMOTE SENSING AND ASTROPHYSICS

The workshop on Computational Intelligence in Remote Sensing and Astrophysics (CIRSA) aims at bringing together researchers from the environmental sciences,...
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WORKSHOP ON COMPUTATIONAL INTELLIGENCE IN REMOTE SENSING AND ASTROPHYSICS

EuroPython 2019

Date: July 8-14 2019 Venue: Basel, CH Website: https://ep2019.europython.eu/ Blog: http://blog.europython.eu/ Twitter: @europython Conference App will be announced on the blog. EuroPython is...
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EuroPython 2019

A Distributed Learning Architecture for Scientific Imaging Problems

  Authors: A. Panousopoulou, S. Farrens, K. Fotiadou, A. Woiselle, G. Tsagkatakis, J-L. Starck,  P. Tsakalides Journal: arXiv Year: 2018 Download: ADS | arXiv Abstract Current trends...
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A Distributed Learning Architecture for Scientific Imaging Problems

Cosmostat Day on Machine Learning in Astrophysics

Date: January the 24th, 2019 Organizer:  Joana Frontera-Pons  <joana.frontera-pons@cea.fr> Venue: Local information CEA Saclay is around 23 km South of Paris....
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Cosmostat Day on Machine Learning in Astrophysics

Mapping the invisible universe

CosmoStat members in collaboration with colleagues at University College London (UCL)  have significantly improved the analysis of dark matter maps in...
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Mapping the invisible universe

 


Website Credits

The CosmoStat website is a culmination of the efforts of the whole team with special thanks to Justin Burks, Marie Chicot, Samuel Farrens, Melis Irfan, Martin Kilbinger, François Lanusse, Valeria Pettorino and Morgan Schmitz.

CosmoStat logo by Birdhouse Branding.