Jun 3 – 7, 2024
University Central Library
Europe/Athens timezone

The meeting will focus on current challenges facing the standard cosmological model. Key topics will include the intriguing aspects of cosmic dipoles, the S8 tension, the bulk-flow question, the Hubble tension and the JWST observations. Our aim is to explore the observational status of these issues, as well as examine the main theoretical approaches proposed to address them.

​The meeting is organized by the Cosmology Group at the Astronomy Lab of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and the venue is in the university campus, near the city centre. The event is part of the three-year research project "Tilted Cosmology", funded by the Hellenic Foundation for Research & Innovation.

There is a limited amount for accommodation expenses for speakers, on request, especially for PhD students and early post-docs from abroad. The deadline for requests is Friday, April 12.


University Central Library
Τhe workshop will take place within the campus of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, next to the Central Library Cafeteria.
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