Euclid Consortium Meeting 2016 - Mapping the geometry of the dark universe

Euclid is a 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 Euclid Consortium is a European organization that brings together all laboratories contributing to the Euclid mission, beside ESA. It comprises more than 100 laboratories from 14 European countries and it also includes several US laboratories.