1st Roman Juszkiewicz Symposium

“The non-linear Universe”

Warsaw, 24-28 August 2015

We are organizing the First Roman Juszkiewicz Symposium, an international science meeting, focussing on cosmology and extragalactic astronomy, to commemorate the memory of the late Polish cosmologist, Professor Roman Juszkiewicz. We intend to start a cycle of events to be held every few years that will bring excellent researchers from all around the world to Poland for a science meeting organized in the spirit of Juszkiewicz.

The meeting will include a mixture of young and senior researchers and will be focussed on cutting-edge problems and open questions in modern cosmology, extragalactic astronomy and high-energy astrophysics.

This year’s inaugural edition of the symposium will be held in Warsaw from 24 to 28 August 2015. More information will be provided soon.

Tentative list of topics:
– large-scale structure of the Universe
– CMB/early Universe/inflation
– galaxy clustering/velocity data
– Milky Way and Local Group,
– modified gravity/ Dark Energy
inhomogeneous GR cosmology
– galaxy formation and evolution

Contact: romansym2015@sciencenow.pl