[Naoki Yoshida] Statistical Computational Cosmology with Big Astronomical Imaging Data


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Naoki Yoshida

Naoki Yoshida

Department of Physics / Kavli IPMU, The University of Tokyo
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Outline

We will explore the frontier of statistical computational cosmology. We use Subaru Telescope in Hawaii that produces a 25 trillion pixel imaging data over the next five years. We analyse the big astronomical data using statistics, machine-learning and state-of-the-art computer simulations. The distribution of hidden dark matter in the universe will be revealed. Through the researches, we will develop next-generation applications og imaging data analysis.

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  • Promoting Globalization on Strategic Basic Research Programs
  • ALCA
  • RISTEX
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  • s_innov
  • Development of Advanced Measurement and Analysis Systemsicon
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