This work is supported in part by NASA via the Strategic University Research Partnership (SURP) Program of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology.
The meeting included a description of the GREAT3 challenge, guides to the simulated data, information on how to participate in GREAT3, and information about the public tools provided to make this easier. Throughout there were also invited and contributed talks, and discussion, on cutting edge topics in weak gravitational lensing, inference, and image analysis for cosmology.
There was no registration fee for this meeting.
The registration deadline was 16 December 2013, and the meeting ended on 7 January 2014.
(We can extend registration later than Monday 16 provided that we have a good general sense for how many people are still trying to finalize their plans.)
(If there is demand we will look into the possibility of phone/skype/video for remote participation.)
(If so, we'll try to include your talk in the schedule, time-permitting.)
We've put together some information about travel and accommodation in the beautiful Scottish capital Edinburgh. We will keep updating this page with further information, and let us know via firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Some links for information about travel to and around Edinburgh:
Staying in Edinburgh
Suggestions for staying near to the meeting location, at a range of prices, can be found at the Institute for Astronomy's Edinburgh accommodation page.
Things to do around Edinburgh
If you have a bit of additional time, Edinburgh offers much to explore:
The GREAT3 Mid-challenge Workshop