Workshops & Events
The Dark Energy Camera (DECam) mounted on the Blanco Telescope at Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory is being used to the Dark Energy Survey (DES) Supernova Survey.
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Goal of the Supernova hub
High redshift observations of Type Ia Supernovae (SN) provided the first convincing evidence for the existence of Dark Energy (DE). These observations remain one of the most useful tools for constraining cosmological parameters. Despite numerous advances in observational and theoretical techniques towards understanding Type Ia SN, there remain many potential systematic uncertainties that can limit the cosmological precision obtainable from SN surveys. These systematic uncertainties have become the limiting factor in SN constraints on DE. It is the goal of the Supernova Hub to carry out a research program to understand and reduce these potential systematic errors, thereby improving SN as cosmological probes.
Current & Upcoming Events
June 1, 2016
The Future of Cosmological Physics: Scott Dodelson, "Cosmic Coda"
September 19 - 21, 2016
"Observing Einstein's Outrageous Universe", Short Course for Museum & Planetarium Staff
News & Latest Events
May 12, 2016
Graduate Student Symposium
May 5, 2016
Kavli Lecture: Michael Turner, "From The Big Bang To The Multiverse & Beyond"