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Monday 15 December 2014
08:45-10:30 15 Welcome & Practicalities F. Bouchet & J. Martin  
40+5 Introductory remarks on inflation A. Starobinsky PDF
40+5 Inflation in supergravity and cosmological attractors A. Linde  
10:30-11:00 Coffee Break
11:00-12:30 40+5 Inflation & LHC M. Shaposhnikov  
40+5 String Theory and Inflation: Why? C. Burgess PDF
12:30-14:00 Lunch Break
14:00-15:30 Results from the Planck collaboration
40+5 Planck CMB results F.R. Bouchet  
20+2.5 Snags for Cosmology, from instrument to foregrounds J.L. Puget  
20+2.5 Establishing the Planck only likelihood F. Elsner PDF
15:30-16:00 Coffee Break
20+2.5 The dust polarization statistics at high galactic latitudes J. Aumont  
20+2.5 Base LCDM parameters S. Gratton  
20+2.5 LCDM Extensions: A_lens, Y_HE, Neff, Mnu, DM annil, Fund.cste.var S. Galli  
20+2.5 Update on low-ell anomalies P. Natoli  
20+2.5 Constraints on dark energy after Planck V. Pettorino  
18:00-18:30 Coffee Break
Poster snap presentations I (One slide, one minute each)
19:00-21:30 Welcome Cocktail

Tuesday 16 December 2014
09:00-10:30 Results from the Planck collaboration (continued)
20+2.5 Non-Gaussianities via the modal estimator M. Liguori  
20+2.5 Bispectrum Oscillations M. Munchmeyer  
20+2.5 Binned bispectrum results and isocurvature constraints Bartjan Van Tent PDF
20+2.5 Inflation constraints 1 J. Hamann PDF
10:30-11:00 Coffee Break
20+2.5 Inflation constraints 2 D. Paoletti (TBC) PDF
20+2.5 Statistical anisotropies T. Souradeep PDF
20+2.5 Peak statistics A. Frolov  
20+2.5 Lensing Like + Tau_NL A. Challinor PDF
12:30-14:00 Lunch Break
14:00-15:30 Inflation status
40+5 Inflationary models after Planck C. Ringeval PDF
20+2.5 Inflation in String Theory and the CMB E. Silverstein  
20+2.5 Inflationary attractors D. Roest PDF
15:30-16:00 Coffee Break
16:00-17:30 40+5 Inflationary three-point functions L. Sriramkumar  
20+2.5 Probing fundamental physics with CMB B-modes C. Dvorkin PDF
20+2.5 The curvaton scenario: Pre and post Planck C. Byrnes PDF
17:30-19:00 Debate I
30 Introduction-1: Critical review of Inflation P. Steinhardt  
30 Introduction-2: Critical review of alternatives to Inflation V. Mukhanov  
30 Debate: Theoretical Problems & way forward A. Stebbins (Convener) PDF

Wednesday 17 December 2014
09:00-10:30 Inflation status (continued)
40+5 Inflationary magnetogenesis J. Yokoyama  
20+2.5 Non-gaussian imprints of primordial magnetic fields from inflation R. Jain PDF
20+2.5 Universal constraints on axions from inflation M. Sloth PDF
10:30-11:00 Coffee Break
20+2.5 Tensors, BICEP2, prior dependence, and dust A. Liddle PDF
20+2.5 Inflation, Planck, and BICEP W. Kinney PDF
20+2.5 Effective field theory treatment of inflation A. Mazumdar PDF
20+2.5 Putting inflation to the test D. Meerburg  
12:30-14:00 Lunch Break
14:00-15:30 CMB experiments
40+2.5 Review on non Planck CMB experiments B. Crill  
20+2.5 SPT B. Holzapfel  
20+2.5 BICEP 3 C. Kuo  
15:30-16:00 Coffee Break
20+2.5 Spectral distortions in the cosmic microwave background polarization S. Renaux-Petel PDF
20+2.5 Core+ J. Delabrouille  
20+2.5 How Well Can Future CMB Missions Constrain Cosmic Inflation? V. Vennin PDF
20+2.5 After Planck: The road to observing 17 e-folds of inflation R. Khatri PDF
17:30-18:00 Coffee Break
18:00-19:00 Debate II
30 Introduction: Future CMB and LSS Precision Testing of Inflation-epoch Gravity Waves & Non-Gaussianity D. Bond  
30 Discussion on future observationnal prospects:
- Ωk
- inflationary consistency relations (r=-8nT, fNL=5(1-nS)/12)
- inflationary running
M. White (Convener )  

Thursday 18 December 2014
09:00-10:30 Alternatives and/or complements to inflation
40+5 Alternatives to inflation R. Brandenberger PDF
20+2.5 Cosmological Constraints on Ultra-light Axions: Planck, the high-z universe, and BICEP2 D. Marsh PDF
20+2.5 Implications of the No-Boundary Proposal for Ekpyrotic and Cyclic Cosmologies JL. Lehners PDF
10:30-11:00 Coffee Break
40+5 Bouncing models P. Peter PDF
20+2.5 Bouncing models and Planck N. Pinto-Neto  
20+2.5 Constraints on topological defects from the CMB M. Hindmarsh  
12:30-14:00 Lunch Break
14:00-15:30 LSS relevant results
40+5 Weak lensing/Lyman alpha/Clusters U. Seljak  
20+2.5 Cosmology with the Kinetic Sunyaev-Zel'dovich effect S. Ferraro  
20+2.5 Higgs-dilation inflation and LSS surveys J. Garcia-Bellido PDF
15:30-16:00 Coffee Break
40+5 Early‐universe physics from 21cm surveys J. Pritchard PDF
20+2.5 Simulating the 21 cm background from the dark ages to the end of reionization  Y. Mao  
20+2.5 New probes of the primordial universe using 21-cm radiation from the pre-reionization epoch. T. Venumadhav  
17:30-18:15 Poster snap presentations II (One slide, one minute each)
18:15-19:00 IAP medal award ceremony
Conference Dinner

Friday 19 December 2014
09:00-10:30 Fundamental theoretical aspects
40+5 Inflation & Quantum mechanics C. Kiefer PDF
20+2.5 Quantum mechanics and large-scale CMB anomalies A. Valentini PDF
20+2.5 Classicalization of primordial perturbations by Continuous Spontaneous Localization, a quantum collapse model, after PLANCK and BICEP2 S. Das PDF
10:30-11:00 Coffee Break
40+5 Loop quantum cosmology A. Ashtekar PDF
20+2.5 Big bang or slow freeze ? C. Wetterich PDF
20+2.5 Keeping the universe warm S. Bartrum  
12:30-14:00 Lunch Break
14:00-15:30 LSS relevant results (continued)
40+5 Boss/BAO/RSD M. White PDF
20+2.5 Searching for primordial features from CMB and LSS surveys B. Hu PDF
20+2.5 Relativistic galaxy number counts to second order and their bispectrum. G. Marozzi  
15:30-16:00 Coffee Break
40+5 Non-primordial (late) Non-Gaussianities R. Scoccimarro  
20+2.5 Euclid and the primordial universe Y. Mellier  
20+2.5 News from the Dark Energy Survey (DES) A. Benoît-Levy  
15 Concluding remarks F. Bouchet & J. Martin  

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