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Euclid Consortium Meeting 2016
Mapping the geometry of the dark universe

30 May - 03 June 2016, Centro Cultural de Belém, Lisboa, Portugal

Euclid is a space mission designed to map the geometry of the dark Universe. Its primary objectives are the study of dark energy, dark matter, modified gravity and cosmic initial conditions. The Euclid Consortium is a European organization that brings together all laboratories contributing to the Euclid mission, beside ESA. It comprises more than 100 laboratories from 14 European countries and it also includes several US laboratories.

The Euclid Consortium annual meetings are focused on updating the consortium members on the Euclid science, mission, payload, spacecraft and science ground segment activities. This year's meeting will start with the garage day on Monday, followed by the plenary sessions on Tuesday and Wednesday and the splinter sessions on Thursday and Friday.

We look forward to seeing you in Lisbon!


Key dates
1 March Registration opens
20 May Registration closes

30 May Garage Day
31 May Plenary sessions (afternoon) + Thales Alenia Space Welcome cocktail
01 June Plenary sessions + Social program
02 June Splinter sessions
03 June Splinter sessions



Yannick Mellier (chair), Werner Zeilinger, Andre Fuzfa, Kristian Pedersen, Hannu Kurki-Suonio, Olivier Le Fevre, Ralf Bender, Hans-Walter Rix, Andrea Cimatti, Roberto Scaramella, Huub Rottgering, Per Lilje, António da Silva, Lucia Popa, Francisco Castander, Rafael Rebolo Lopez, Georges Meylan, Jason Rhodes, MArk Cropper, Bob Nichol

António da Silva (chair), Ismael Tereno (chair), Carla Sofia Carvalho, Suzana Ferreira, Nelson Nunes, Ana Alves, Sandra Homem, Pedro Avelino, Francisco Lobo, Carlos Martins, José Pedro Mimoso, Alberto Rozas Fernandez, Paulo Peixoto, Ana Maria Afonso, Susana Amaral, Ana Martins, Lara Alegre, João Azevedo, Jéssica de Lima Trasfi, Gastão Guerreiro, Gabriela Monteiro, Diogo Pereira, Melissa Serra

Instituto de Astrofísica e Ciências do Espaço Universidade do Porto Universidade de Lisboa Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia