Line Intensity Mapping

Line Intensity Mapping has emerged as a powerful tool to probe the large-scale structure across redshifts, with the potential to shed light on dark energy at low redshifts and the cosmic reionization process at high redshift. Multiple spectral lines, including the 21cm, CO, [CII], and Lyman-alpha transitions, are promising tracers with several experiments on-going or in the planning. I will describe current pilot programs and​ possible ​ cross-correlation synergies​ with other surveys.​

Followed by wine and cheese in Pupin 1332

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