1. Part 1 of Volker Springel's talk on “Simulations of cosmic structure formation”

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    Part 1 of the talk by Volker Springel on “Simulations of cosmic structure formation”. The slides for this talk can be found at http://uspconference.if.usp.br/multimedia/volker_springel_usp_conference/

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    • Part 2 of the talk by Narciso Benítez on “Cosmology with photometric redshifts”

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      In this talk, Narciso “Txitxo” Benítez (Instituto Astrofisico de Andalucía, Spain) explains how photometric redshifts of galaxies and other extragalactic objects have revolutionized cosmology, and will continue to do so. The slides used for this talk can be found at http://uspconference.if.usp.br/multimedia/narciso_benitez_saopaulo2013/

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      • Bye-Bye, Big Bang | Creation Magazine Live

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        http://creation.com/creation-tv | One of the pillars of the Big Bang theory is that the light we see from objects far away has a higher redshift than closer objects. However, quasars with a very high redshift have been discovered in and near galaxies that have a low redshift. Richard Fangrad and Calvin Smith explain what this means for the Big Bang. Main article: From Creation magazine 29(2) Bye-bye, big bang? (http://creation.com/bye-bye-big-bang) Related articles • What is redshift? (http://creation.com/bye-bye-big-bang#redshifts) • High-redshift quasars produce more big bang surprises (http://creation.com/high-redshift-quasars-produce-more-big-bang-surprises) • Astronomy and Astrophysics Q&A page (http://creation.com/astronomy-and-astrophysics-questions-and-answers) • Quasar with enormous redshift found embedded in nearby spiral galaxy (http://creation.com/quasar-with-enormous-redshift-found-embedded-in-nearby-sp...) For more information on the creation/evolution issue visit http://creation.com TONS MORE CREATION SCIENCE VIDEOS AT http://creationsensation.blogspot.com http://youtube.com/user/slaves4christ

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        • Part 1 of the talk by Narciso Benítez on “Cosmology with photometric redshifts”

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          In this talk, Narciso “Txitxo” Benítez (Instituto Astrofisico de Andalucía, Spain) explains how photometric redshifts of galaxies and other extragalactic objects have revolutionized cosmology, and will continue to do so. The slides used for this talk can be found at http://uspconference.if.usp.br/multimedia/narciso_benitez_saopaulo2013/

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          • Part 2 of the talk Fabio Governato on “Cusps, cores and cold dark matter?"

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            Fabio Governato (University of Washington, USA) asks how astronomers are trying to disentangle the effects of baryons in halos from those of exotic forms of dark matter.

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            • Part 1 of the talk Fabio Governato on “Cusps, cores and cold dark matter?"

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              In this talk, Fabio Governato (University of Washington, USA) discusses how astronomers are trying to disentangle the effects of baryons in halos from those of exotic forms of dark matter.

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              • Part 2 of the talk by Ofer Lahav on “Probing dark energy by combining imaging and spectroscopic surveys”

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                In this talk, Ofer Lahav (University College London, U.K.) lays out the landscape of past, present and future observations of dark energy, and how both imaging and spectroscopic surveys of the large-scale structure will be key to unveil the nature of dark energy.

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                • Part 1 of the talk by Ofer Lahav on “Probing dark energy by combining imaging and spectroscopic surveys”

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                  In this talk, Ofer Lahav (University College London, U.K.) lays out the landscape of past, present and future observations of dark energy, and how both imaging and spectroscopic surveys of the large-scale structure will be key to unveil the nature of dark energy. PLEASE NOTE: Due to technical difficulties, the video of this talk is jittery. We are sorry for the inconvenience. You can download the slides (in Power Point format) used for this talk from http://uspconference.if.usp.br/multimedia/lahav_saopaulo_5feb2013/

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                  • Patricia Tissera's talk on "Chemo-dynamical patterns: a challenging route to understand how galaxies form"

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                    In this talk, Patricia Tissera (IAFE/CONICET, Argentina) employs simulations to explore how the chemistry and the dynamics of galaxies can explain their observed properties. The slides used for this talk can be found at http://uspconference.if.usp.br/multimedia/iag-2013-tissera-good/

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                    • Daniel Schaerer's talk on "Formation and evolution of galaxies and star formation: the theoretical framework"

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                      In his talk, Daniel Schaerer (Université de Genève, Switzerland) discusses young galaxies at high redshifts, their physical properties, and the processes involved in their formation. The slides used for this talk can be found at http://uspconference.if.usp.br/multimedia/daniel_schaerer_saopaulo2013/

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