Astronomy Seminar: Line Intensity Mapping: Mapping Large-Scale Structure Evolution over cosmic times

Line-intensity mapping (LIM) is an emerging technique to explore galaxy and structure evolution over cosmic times. A large number of undergoing LIM missions are competing for the first auto-correlation detection, which is expected in the next couple of years. On the other hand, efforts are being made to plan for third-generation missions which will not only detect the target signals but will map line emission over large volumes tracing LSS and its time evolution. These next-generation missions will measure IGM and galaxy properties as well as put precise constraints on the cosmology of our Universe. This talk focuses on new strategies for processing and interpreting the first sets of observational data for LIM of galaxy lines and on the current plans and science prospects for 3rd generation LIM missions.