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The 3rd Workshop on Large Aperture Sub/mm Telescope in the ALMA Era

  • 작성자 : KASI
  • 작성일 : 2015-02-06
  • 조회수 : 2545
  • 구 분세미나
  • 행사 일자2015-03-10 ~ 2015-03-11
  • 첨부파일
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LSTWS2015

 

ㅇ Date : March 10 – 11, 2015 

ㅇ Venue : Cosmos Lodge Conference Room, NAOJ, Mitaka, Tokyo, Japan

 

ㅇ Registration : Contributed talks or posters: February 23, 2015


                       Attendance only: March 3, 2015

 

 

The Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA), the most powerful mm/submm facility with high angular resolution imaging capability coupled with unprecedentedly high sensitivity, has been producing a growing number of impressive and compelling results.  It is also evident that many outstanding ALMA results often rely on wide area surveys using existing ground-based and space telescopes such as Nobeyama, Nanten, IRAM, JCMT, CSO, Mopra, SPT, ASTE, APEX, Spitzer, AKARI, Herschel, and so on, emphasizing the importance of next generation large mm/submm survey telescopes, which will have large FoV (> 0.5 deg) and large instantaneous frequency coverage with large format bolometer/heterodyne arrays, to exploit ALMA capabilities.

 

The goals of the workshop are (1) to explore the astrophysical potential of such next generation large single dish telescopes at mm/submm wavelengths, (2) to share current status and running and planned mm/submm telescopes such as LMT, GLT, CCAT, and LST, (3) to discuss about state-of-the-art technologies of detectors/receivers/telescopes, which


shall be essential for the next generation mm/submm telescopes, and (4) to discuss about the synergies with related survey missions at other wavelengths such as Subaru, WISH, SPICA, and SKA.  The scientific topic includes a wide range of astronomy/astrophysics, including cosmology, the Galaxy and galaxies, super-massive black holes, star-formation, ISM, astrochemistry, circum-stellar disks, etc.  Emphasis is also placed on time-domain science; fast radio bursts, gamma-ray bursts, super novae, gravitational wave objects will also be discussed.

 

[Invited speakers]

 

ㅇTetsuo Hasegawa (NAOJ) "ALMA"

ㅇJoaquin Vieira (University of Illinois) "South Pole Telescope"

ㅇDavid Hughes (INAOE) "Large Millimeter Telescope"

ㅇGordon Stacey (Cornell University) "CCAT"

ㅇRyohei Kawabe (NAOJ) "Large Submillimeter Telescope"

ㅇSunil Golwara (Caltech) "A 30m Sub/Millimeter Survey Telescope”

ㅇSatoki Matsushita (ASIAA) "Green Land Telescope"

ㅇMareki Honma (NAOJ) "Event Horizon Telescope"

ㅇAkira Endo (Delft University of Technology) "MKIDs"

ㅇJunji Inatani (NAOJ) "antenna technology"

ㅇSatoshi Yamamoto (University of Tokyo) "astro-chemistry"

ㅇFumitaka Nakamura (NAOJ) "magnetic fields in star forming regions"

ㅇKengo Tachihara (Nagoya University) "Molecular clouds and star formation"

ㅇTomonori Totani (University of Tokyo) "Fast Radio Bursts/GRBs"

ㅇMasaomi Tanaka (NAOJ) "Subaru-HSC/Gravitational wave objects"

ㅇKazuo Sorai (Hokkaido University) "local/low-z galaxies"

ㅇYoichi Tamura (University of Tokyo) "galaxy evolution"

ㅇToshihiro Kawaguchi (NAOJ) "massive black holes"

ㅇKeitaro Takahashi (Kumamoto University) "SKA & cosmology"

ㅇMamoru Doi (University of Tokyo) "TAO"

ㅇShibai Hiroshi (Osaka University; TBC) "SPICA"

ㅇToru Yamada (Tohoku University; TBC) "WISH"

ㅇMin S. Yun (University of Massachusetts; TBC) "workshop summary"

 

 


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