**SF14 Participants:**

In the table, the numbers within parentheses refer to the particular weeks the participant is staying at the workshop, e.g., (X/?/3) means the person is not staying for the first week, has not yet decided whether he/she wishes to stay for the second week or is on a waiting list for that week, and is scheduled to be present for the third week.

Alexandra Abate [Arizona (X/2/3)] | Susmita Adhikari [UIUC (X/2/3)] |

Jacobo Asorey [UIUC (X/X/3)] | Camille Avestruz [Yale (X/2/X)] |

Arka Banerjee [UIUC (X/2/3)] | Florian Beutler [LBNL (1/2/X)] |

Rahul Biswas [Argonne (1/2/3)] | Lindsey Bleem [Argonne (1/X/X)] |

James Bosch [Princeton (X/X/3)] | Patrick Breysse [Johns Hopkins (1/X/X)] |

Duncan Campbell [Yale (1/2/3)] | Hsin-Yu Chen [Chicago (1/2/3)] |

Chi-Ting Chiang [MPIA (X/2/X)] | Ricky Chue [Illinois (1/2/3)] |

David Cline [UCLA (1/2/3)] | Joanne Cohn [UC Berkeley (X/2/3)] |

Neal Dalal [UIUC (X/2/3)] | Shany Danieli [Yale (X/2/X)] |

Wei Du [Peking (1/2/3)] | Francis Duplessis [Arizona State (1/2/X)] |

Simone Ferraro [Princeton (X/X/3)] | Hal Finkel [Argonne (1/2/3)] |

Dale Frail [NRAO (X/X/3)] | Geza Gyuk [Adler Planetarium (1/2/X)] |

Salman Habib [Argonne (1/2/3)] | Nick Hand [UC Berkeley (1/2/X)] |

Katrin Heitmann [Argonne (1/2/3)] | Daniel Holz [Chicago (1/2/3)] |

Danny Jacobs [Arizona State (1/X/X)] | Arun Jayaraman [CMU (1/2/3)] |

Gerard Jungman [Los Alamos (1/2/3)] | Alex Kim [LBNL (X/X/3)] |

Matthew Kolopanis [Arizona State (1/2/X)] | Jan Kratochvil [UKZN (1/2/3)] |

Simon Krughoff [Washington (X/X/3)] | Juliana Kwan [Argonne (X/2/X)] |

Mark Lacy [NRAO (X/X/3)] | Nan Li [KICP/Argonne (X/2/3)] |

Zongge Liu [CMU (1/2/X)] | Xiangkun Liu [Peking (1/2/3)] |

Marilena Loverde [Chicago (X/2/X)] | Zarija Lukic [LBNL (1/2/3)] |

Daniel Margala [UC Irvine (1/2/X)] | Nuala McCullagh [Johns Hopkins (X/2/X)] |

Christopher Miller [Michigan (X/2/3)] | Hossein Moghaddam [McGill (1/2/X)] |

Tanmay Mudholkar [CMU (1/2/3)] | Steven Myers [NRAO (1/2/3)] |

Mark Neyrinck [Johns Hopkins (X/2/3)] | Ross O’Connell [CMU (X/2/X)] |

Yuuki Omori [McGill (1/2/X)] | Keisuke Osumi [CMU (1/2/X)] |

Nikhil Padmanabhan [Yale (X/2/X)] | Anatoly Pavlov [Kansas State (1/2/3)] |

Andrea Petri [Columbia (X/2/3)] | Adrian Pope [Argonne (X/2/3)] |

Meredith Powell [Yale (X/2/3)] | Steve Rangel [Argonne/NU (X/2/3)] |

Paul Ricker [UIUC (1/2/3)] | Emmanuel Schaan [Princeton (X/X/3)] |

Morag Scrimgeour [Waterloo (1/2/X)] | Sergei Shandarin [Kansas (X/2/3)] |

Christopher Sheehy [Chicago (1/2/X)] | Gabrielle Simard [McGill (1/2/X)] |

Yui Fai Siu [CMU (X/X/3)] | Casey Stark [UC Berkeley (X/2/X)] |

Aparna Venkatesan [USF (X/2/X)] | Michal Vrastil [IoP ASCR (1/2/3)] |

Pao-Yu Wang [Arizona State (1/2/X)] | Martin White [UC Berkeley (X/2/3)] |

Shuo Yuan [Peking (1/2/3)] | Fangzhou Zhu [Yale (X/2/X)] |

# Schedule

All of the talks will be held in the Junior Common Room in the Peterson Student Center, except a few talks perhaps in the Senior Common Room (see the SF14 Location page for more information). All morning talks will begin at 9:30. Since questions are encouraged during the review talks we expect these to take longer than a typical seminar — we will take a 15 minute break about 45 minutes into the review. The review talks should finish up by 11:15 allowing time for informal discussion before lunch.

After lunch, we will begin at 1:00 with two technical talks of roughly 30 minutes each, and including time for discussion these should be done by 2:30. The short talks and directed discussion sessions begin at 3:00 and go on till the participants are exhausted (hopefully this will happen around 5:00 or so).

Following the practice established in SF99, there will typically be no talks on Wednesdays and Fridays will be half-days (morning only).

After lunch, we will begin at 1:00 with two technical talks of roughly 30 minutes each, and including time for discussion these should be done by 2:30. The short talks and directed discussion sessions begin at 3:00 and go on till the participants are exhausted (hopefully this will happen around 5:00 or so).

Following the practice established in SF99, there will typically be no talks on Wednesdays and Fridays will be half-days (morning only).

Week 1 | Morning Review | Technical Talk 1 | Technical Talk 2 | Directed Discussion/Machine Gun Talks |
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Mon, July 7 | Chris Sheehy (Results from BICEP2) | Nick Hand (CMB/Galaxy Lensing Cross-Correlation) | Gabrielle Simard (Delensing CMB Polarization Maps) | Discussion/Student Intros |

Tue, July 8 | Lindsey Bleem (SPT and Clusters) | Paul Ricker (Galaxies in Cluster Environments) | Discussion | |

Thu, July 10 | Steve Myers (Jansky VLA Sky Survey) | Patrick Breysse (CO Intensity Mapping at z~3) | Geza Gyuk (High Energy Gamma Ray Cosmological Results) | Short Talks |

Fri, July 11 | Danny Jacobs (21cm Review/Results) | N/A |

Week 2 | Morning Review | Technical Talk 1 | Technical Talk 2 | Directed Discussion/Machine Gun Talks |
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Mon, July 14 | Chris Miller (Clusters Review) | Camille Avestruz (Cluster Observations vs. Simulations) | Morag Scrimgeour (Testing LCDM with Peculiar Velocities) | Student Intros |

Tue, July 15 | David Cline (Dark Matter Detection Current Status) | Rahul Biswas (Neutrinos) | Marilena Loverde (Neutrinos and LSS) | Arka Banerjee (Cosmological Simulations with Neutrinos/WDM) |

Thu, July 17 | Florian Beutler (Baryon Acoustic Oscillations) | Ross O’Connell (Covariance Matrices for BOSS) | Zarija Lukic (Ly-alpha Forest) | Short Takls (Chiang, Petri, Miller) |

Fri, July 18 | Aparna Venkatesan (The Cosmological Role of Dwarf Galaxies) | N/A |

Week 3 | Morning 1 | Morning 2 | Afternoon 1 | Afternoon 2 |
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Mon, July 21 | Salman Habib (LSST Introduction) | Simon Krughoff (LSST Simulations Overview) | Jim Bosch (Introduction to Algorithms) | Student Intros |

Tue, July 22 | Simon Krughoff (Hands-on: Image Simulation and Data Reduction) | Jim Bosch (Hands-on: Adding on to LSST Algorithms) | Simon/Jim One-on-One | Alex Kim (LSST Sn) |

Thu, July 24 | Mark Lacy (Radio/LSST) | Martin White (Zel’dovich Approximation) | Mark Neyrinck (Origami Approximation) + Dale Frail (ZTF as LSST precursor) | Short Talks (Adhikari, Chen, Kratochvil) |

Fri, July 25 | Sergei Shandarin (Lagrangian Space) | Joanne Cohn (Galaxies) | N/A |