DEMNUni: ISW, Rees-Sciama, and weak-lensing in the presence of massive neutrinos

  title={DEMNUni: ISW, Rees-Sciama, and weak-lensing in the presence of massive neutrinos},
  author={Carmelita Carbone and Margarita Petkova and Klaus Dolag},
  journal={Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics},
  pages={034 - 034}
We present, for the first time in the literature, a full reconstruction of the total (linear and non-linear) ISW/Rees-Sciama effect in the presence of massive neutrinos, together with its cross-correlations with CMB-lensing and weak-lensing signals. The present analyses make use of all-sky maps extracted via ray-tracing across the gravitational potential distribution provided by the ``Dark Energy and Massive Neutrino Universe'' (DEMNUni) project, a set of large-volume, high-resolution… 

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