On the 23rd of June 2008, The Institute of Cosmology and Gravitation (ICG) at the University of Portsmouth will this year, host their annual one day workshop on "modified gravity on cosmological scales". The meeting will focus on both theoretical and observations aspects of modified gravity as an explanation to the measured accelerated expansion of the universe. We will explore new theoretical developments, planned surveys and results from various fields, including large scale structure, weak lensing, supernovae, clusters and the microwave background.
Please note, there is no conference fee and the ICG will provide coffee and lunch on the day.
Previous one day workshops help by the ICG can be found under Conferences and workshops on the outer left panel.
Please us the links directly to the left, to navigate through the conference pages, and register. This updated version of the ICG website is still under construction, for the current, fully working version, please visit http://www.icg.port.ac.uk
The workshop is partially funded by the Royal Society, via a RS-NRF grant to support the collaboration of South African and UK astronomers