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== Agenda ==
 
== Agenda ==
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* Lensing
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Foregrounds:
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Emmanuel Schaan: temperature foregrounds in lensing (20+10 mins)
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Kevin Huffenberger: modeling of small-scale non-Gaussian foregrounds (to characterize lensing bias) (10+5 mins)
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Srini Raghunathan: foregrounds for cluster lensing reconstruction (10+5 mins)
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Theory:
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Alex van Engelen: baryonic effects for CMB lensing and neutrino mass (10+5 mins)
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* kSZ
  
 
== Remote attendance ==
 
== Remote attendance ==

Revision as of 14:37, 13 October 2019

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Charge

  • Given plausible CIB models (and galactic foregrounds) at high ell, what frequency coverage (and associated sensitivity) is sufficient to reduce CIB residuals below statistical errors on tSZ and kSZ measurements?
  • How severe is the impact of small-scale polarized foregrounds on lensing? (If important, how can we mitigate them?)
  • What is the optimal strategy for mitigating temperature lensing foregrounds?
  • What are requirements on beam and pointing for sub-percent lensing spectra?
  • What are the necessary analysis tools to answer these questions?

Agenda

  • Lensing

Foregrounds:

Emmanuel Schaan: temperature foregrounds in lensing (20+10 mins) Kevin Huffenberger: modeling of small-scale non-Gaussian foregrounds (to characterize lensing bias) (10+5 mins) Srini Raghunathan: foregrounds for cluster lensing reconstruction (10+5 mins)

Theory:

Alex van Engelen: baryonic effects for CMB lensing and neutrino mass (10+5 mins)

  • kSZ

Remote attendance

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