Observing the Dark Universe with Euclid
Euclid is an all-sky 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 objective of this conference is to present the Euclid mission to the international scientific community and to encourage feedback in advance of the ESA Cosmic Vision review process.
The Euclid science case for fundamental cosmology and legacy science will be discussed, along with the current baseline for Euclid's payload, mission and ground segment. Synergies with related ground based and space based projects will also be discussed.
Update 11 February 2010: