**Science video** (Chichen Itza, January 2012)

Looking to the Skies:
Modern Cosmology and the Maya

**Seminario público en español** (Puebla, Mexico,
Noviembre 2012)

La Historia y el Destino de Nuestro
Universo

**Public Talk video** (Science at the Theater, April 2011)

New Light on
Dark Energy

**Public Talk video** (Science at the Theater, November 2008)

Dark Energy Rules
the Universe (and why the dinosaurs don't)

**Intro Cosmology Lecture** (Energetic Cosmos Laboratory, October 2016)

Cosmology and Cosmic Acceleration (pptx)

Cosmology and
Cosmic Acceleration (YouTube)

**Supernovae 2016 Talk video** (Chile, August 2016)

What Will We Do with
All the Supernovae? (Mark and Nick at 75) (YouTube)

**Public Talk podcast** (AstroMcGill podcast, April 2012)

What is (happening in) Cosmology

**Textbook** web pages for
my book First
Principles of Cosmology have assorted lectures, exercises, faqs,
and discussions on cosmology.

**Essential
Cosmology for the Next Generation** school/conference (*Cosmology on
the Beach*)

Cosmology Study Group: Basic Cosmology Formulas

Lighter Side of Dark Energy: Dark Energy Flowchart / Acceleration Song / To Bin or Not To Bin / 50 Ways to Leave Your Lambda

**Resource Letter:** Dark Energy
and the Accelerating Universe

for American Association of Physics
Teachers / American Journal of Physics

**Scholarpedia article:**
Dark energy

**Interconnections between Particle Physics and Cosmology:** (PPC 2015,
Deadwood, South Dakota)

Review and Status of Dark Energy

**II Jayme Tiomno School of Cosmology** (Rio 2012)

Physics of Cosmic Acceleration 1. Cosmic
Expansion and Growth

Physics of Cosmic Acceleration 2. Dark Energy
as a Field

Physics of Cosmic Acceleration 3. Dark Energy
as Gravity

Physics of Cosmic Acceleration 4. Chasing Down
Cosmic Acceleration

**Essential Cosmology for the Next Generation winter school**
(Los Cabos 2009)

Dark Energy in Space: The Panoply of Observations

Dark Energy in Theory: The Garden of Models

Dark Energy in your Computer: The Array of Tools

**Beyond w:** (July 2013)

Chasing Down Cosmic Acceleration

**Royal Society meeting:** (February 2011)

Model Independent Tests of Cosmic Gravity

**Frontiers of Astronomy at Dome A, Antarctica:** (Suzhou, July 2009)

Dark Energy in Dark Antarctica

**Cool Astronomy Lecture** (Invited AAS talk):

Hidden Dimensions, Warped Gravity, and Dark Energy

**Education website**: UniverseAdventure.org

**Videoglossary**: Gravity

- First Weak-lensing Results from "See Change": Quantifying Dark Matter in the Two z>1.5 High-redshift Galaxy Clusters SPT-CL J2040-4451 and IDCS J1426+3508
- The Discovery of a Gravitationally Lensed Supernova Ia at Redshift 2.22
- Slicing the Vacuum: New Accelerating Mirror Solutions of the Dynamical Casimir Effect
- A Measurement of the Cosmic Microwave Background B-Mode Polarization Power Spectrum at Sub-Degree Scales from 2 years of POLARBEAR Data
- Accelerated Parameter Estimation with DALEχ
- Constraining Dark Energy Dynamics in Extended Parameter Space
- Cosmic Growth Signatures of Modified Gravitational Strength
- Λ is Coming: Parametrizing Freezing Fields

- The Clustering of Galaxies in the Completed SDSS-III Baryon Oscillation Spectroscopic Survey: Constraining Modified Gravity
- The DESI Experiment Part II: Instrument Design
- The DESI Experiment Part I: Science, Targeting, and Survey Design
- Cosmic Growth and Expansion Conjoined
- POLARBEAR-2: an Instrument for CMB Polarization Measurements
- Making Maps of Cosmic Microwave Background Polarization for B-mode Studies: the POLARBEAR Example
- How Do You Solve a Problem Like Modified Gravity? Challenges in Connecting Theory and Observations
- Cosmology and Fundamental Physics with the Euclid Satellite
- Doubling Strong Lensing as a Cosmological Probe
- LiteBIRD: Mission Overview and Focal Plane Layout

- The POLARBEAR-2 and Simons Array Experiments
- Is the Effective Theory of Dark Energy Effective?
- POLARBEAR Constraints on Cosmic Birefringence and Primordial Magnetic Fields
- CMB Lensing and Scale Dependent New Physics
- Consistent Modified Gravity Analysis of Anisotropic Galaxy Clustering using BOSS DR11
- Dark Energy from α-Attractors
- Tailoring Strong Lensing Cosmographic Observations
- Atmospheric Contamination for CMB Ground-based Observations
- Quintessence's Last Stand?

- Cosmological Leverage from the Matter Power Spectrum in the Presence of Baryon and Nonlinear Effects
- Extending the Supernova Hubble Diagram to z~1.5 with the Euclid Space Mission
- Strong Lens Time Delay Challenge: II. Results of TDC1
- Next Generation Strong Lensing Time Delay Estimation with Gaussian Processes
- Are Scalar and Tensor Deviations Related in Modified Gravity?
- Cosmological Tests using Redshift Space Clustering in BOSS DR11
- Chaining Mimes in the Dark: Dark Energy Scaling from Dark Matter to Acceleration
- A Measurement of the Cosmic Microwave Background B-Mode Polarization Power Spectrum at Sub-Degree Scales with POLARBEAR
- Giving Cosmic Redshift Drift a Whirl
- Inflationary Freedom and Cosmological Neutrino Constraints

- Measurement of the Cosmic Microwave Background Polarization Lensing Power Spectrum with the POLARBEAR Experiment
- Evidence for Gravitational Lensing of the Cosmic Microwave Background Polarization from Cross-correlation with the Cosmic Infrared Background
- Cosmological Constraints from the Anisotropic Clustering Analysis using BOSS DR9
- How Fabulous Is Fab 5 Cosmology?
- Strong Lens Time Delay Challenge: I. Experimental Design
- Inflation Physics from the Cosmic Microwave Background and Large Scale Structure
- Distance Probes of Dark Energy
- Neutrino Physics from the Cosmic Microwave Background and Large Scale Structure
- Growth of Cosmic Structure: Probing Dark Energy Beyond Expansion
- Exploiting Cross Correlations and Joint Analyses
- Novel Probes of Gravity and Dark Energy
- Redshift Space Distortion Reconstruction
- Dark Energy with Gravitational Lens Time Delays
- Cluster Probes of Dark Energy Clustering
- New Constraints on the Early Expansion History
- Robust Strong Lensing Time Delay Estimation
- Testing Dark Matter Clustering with Redshift Space Distortions

- Constraining Cosmic Expansion and Gravity with Galaxy Redshift Surveys
- Model Independent Tests of Cosmic Growth vs Expansion
- Power Spectrum Precision for Redshift Space Distortions
- Probing Dark Energy Anisotropy
- Model Independent Early Expansion History and Dark Energy
- Fab 5: Noncanonical Kinetic Gravity, Self Tuning, and Cosmic Acceleration
- By Dawn's Early Light: CMB Polarization Impact on Cosmological Constraints
- Galileons on Trial
- Gaussian Process Cosmography
- The Direction of Gravity

- Paths of Gravity in Galileon Cosmology
- Lensing Time Delays and Cosmological Complementarity
- Testing Einstein Gravity with Cosmic Growth and Expansion
- Cosmographic Degeneracy
- Purely Kinetic Coupled Gravity
- The BigBOSS Experiment
- From Asymptotic Safety to Dark Energy
- Hubble Space Telescope Cluster Supernova Survey: V. Improving the Dark Energy Constraints above z>1 and Building an Early-Type-Hosted Supernova Sample
- Mapping Growth and Gravity with Robust Redshift Space Distortions
- Cosmological and Astrophysical Neutrino Mass Measurements
- Limits on Dark Radiation, Early Dark Energy, and Relativistic Degrees of Freedom
- Model Independent Tests of Cosmic Gravity
- Weak Lensing Science, Surveys, and Systematics
- Correlated Supernova Systematics and Ground Based Surveys

- New Generation CMB B-mode Polarization Experiment: POLARBEAR
- Future CMB Constraints on Early, Cold, or Stressed Dark Energy
- Induced Gravity and the Attractor Dynamics of Dark Energy/Dark Matter
- Dark Before Light: Testing the Cosmic Expansion History through the Cosmic Microwave Background
- Frontiers of Dark Energy
- Confronting General Relativity with Further Cosmological Data
- Uniqueness of Current Cosmic Acceleration
- Einstein's Other Gravity and the Acceleration of the Universe
- Constraining Models of Dark Energy
- Reducing Zero-point Systematics in Dark Energy Supernova Experiments
- Spectra and Light Curves of Six Type Ia Supernovae at 0.511 < z < 1.12 and the Union2 Compilation
- Prospective Supernova Surveys from Dome A
- Testing General Relativity with Current Cosmological Data
- Measuring the Speed of Dark: Detecting Dark Energy Perturbations

- UFFO (Ultra-Fast Flash Observatory) Pathfinder
- Testing Standard Cosmology with Large Scale Structure
- Dark Energy Properties in DBI Theory
- Old Dark Energy
- An Intensive HST Survey for z>1 Supernovae by Targeting Galaxy Clusters
- Generating and Analyzing Constrained Dark Energy Equations of State and Systematics Functions
- Exponential Gravity
- Cosmological Constant Behavior in DBI Theory
- Extending the Gravitational Growth Framework
- CMB Lensing Constraints on Neutrinos and Dark Energy

- Being PC: Principal Components and Dark Energy
- Like vs. Like: Strategy and Improvements in Supernova Cosmology Systematics
- Aetherizing Lambda: Barotropic Fluids as Dark Energy
- A Cosmic Vision Beyond Einstein
- Halo Mass Functions in Early Dark Energy Cosmologies
- Can Early Dark Energy Be Detected in Non-Linear Structure?
- Calibrating Dark Energy
- Field Flows of Dark Energy
- Looking Beyond Lambda with the Union Supernova Compilation
- Improved Cosmological Constraints from New, Old, and Combined Supernova Datasets
- Shifting the Universe: Early Dark Energy and Standard Rulers
- Mapping the Cosmological Expansion (Review paper)

- Dark Energy: the Decade Ahead
- Gravitational Wave Sirens as a Triple Probe of Dark Energy
- To Bin or Not To Bin: Decorrelating the Cosmic Equation of State (or see alternate abstract)
- Redshift Distortions as a Probe of Gravity
- The Mirage of w=-1
- Resource Letter: Dark Energy and the Accelerating Universe (Review paper)
- Kinetic k-essence and quintessence
- The Dynamics of Quintessence, The Quintessence of Dynamics (Review paper)
- Power Spectra to 1% Accuracy between Dynamical Dark Energy Cosmologies
- Tainted Evidence: Cosmological Model Selection vs. Fitting (published as Cosmological Model Selection: Statistics and Physics)
- Parameterized Beyond-Einstein Growth
- Universe's Skeleton Sketched - News & Views article in Nature

- Dark Energy with a Fine-toothed Comb (aka Dark Energy with Fine Redshift Sampling)
- Theory Challenges of the Accelerating Universe
- Importance of Supernovae at z<0.1 for Probing Dark Energy
- Separating Dark Physics from Physical Darkness: Minimalist Modified Gravity vs. Dark Energy
- Snapping Supernovae at z>1.7
- Cosmology with X-ray Cluster Baryons
- Biased Cosmology: Pivots, Parameters, and Figures of Merit
- Dark Energy in the Dark Ages
- The Paths of Quintessence

- On Oscillating Dark Energy
- Seeing Darkness: the New Cosmology
- Influence of Evolving Dark Energy on Cosmology
- Going Nonlinear with Dark Energy Cosmologies
- Curved Space or Curved Vacuum?
- Seeing the Nature of the Accelerating Physics: It's a SNAP
- The Ups and Downs of Baryon Oscillations
- Cosmic Growth History and Expansion History
- The Limits of Quintessence
- How Many Dark Energy Parameters?
- Dealing with Dark Energy

- Safety in Numbers: Gravitational Lensing Degradation of the Luminosity Distance-Redshift Relation
- Dark Entropy: Holographic Cosmic Acceleration
- Is Dark Energy Dynamical? Prospects for an Answer
- Reconstructing and Deconstructing Dark Energy
- Observing Dark Energy with SNAP
- Supernova/Acceleration Probe: A Satellite Experiment to Study the Nature of Dark Energy
- Light Thoughts on Dark Energy
- Probing Gravitation, Dark Energy, and Acceleration
- Strong Gravitational Lensing and Dark Energy Complementarity

- Testing the Cosmological
Constant as a Candidate for Dark Energy (also in
pdf)

- Mapping the Dark Energy
Equation of State (also in
pdf)

- Observational Bounds on
Cosmic Doomsday (also in
pdf)

- Cosmic Structure Growth
and Dark Energy (also in
pdf)

- Effects of Systematic
Uncertainties on the Supernova Determination of Cosmological
Parameters (also in
pdf)

- Baryon Oscillations as
a Cosmological Probe (also in
pdf)

- Dark Energy, Expansion
History of the Universe, and SNAP (also in
pdf)

- Models for Type Ia
Supernovae and Cosmology (also in
pdf)

- Cosmic Shear with Next
Generation Redshift Surveys as a Cosmological Probe (also in
pdf)

- Probing Dark Energy with
SNAP (also in
pdf)

- Exploring the Expansion
History of the Universe (also in
pdf)

- Importance of Supernovae
at z>1.5 to Probe Dark Energy (also in
pdf)

- Probing Dark Energy with
Supernovae: Exploiting Complementarity with the Cosmic Microwave
Background (also in
pdf)

- Dark Energy and Dark Matter with SNAP:
contribution to UCLA Dark Matter 2002 (also in
pdf)

- Testing Consistency of Omega_L-Omega_M Plots and
Flatness (also in pdf)

- Why are Supernovae at z>1 Needed to Probe Dark Energy:
*A Pictorial Primer*(also in pdf)

- Dark Energy Inhomogeneity and SNAP (also in
pdf)

- Understanding the Optimal Redshift Range for the
Supernovae Hubble Diagram (also in pdf)

- Time Varying G and Type Ia Supernovae

See ADS for my papers before 2003.

**Community Memos**:

Dark Energy in the Next Generation (talks from
my session at the April 2003 APS/DPF conference).

Resource Book on Dark Energy (editor). From
Snowmass 2001.

Dark Energy FAQ

Dark Energy the Easy Way?

Design a Dark Energy Experiment