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NAASC Workshop on Molecular Gas in Galactic Environments

  • 작성자 : KASI
  • 작성일 : 2016-01-18
  • 조회수 : 2400
  • 구 분세미나
  • 행사 일자2016-04-04 ~ 2016-04-07
  • 첨부파일
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NAASC Workshop on Molecular Gas in Galactic Environments


 

We are delighted to announce a Call for Abstracts for the 2016 NAASC Workshop on Molecular Gas in Galactic Environments to be held April 4 – 7, 2016, in Charlottesville, VA.


https://science.nrao.edu/science/meetings/2016/molecular-gas-in-galactic-environments/home


ALMA’s line sensitivity and spectral grasp has resulted in the identification and imaging of more than forty molecules outside the Milky Way.  The workshop focuses on the character of the molecular gas in the varied environments in which these molecules are found beyond our Galaxy.  This international conference will bring together ALMA, VLA and GBT users and potential users of other upcoming facilities, such as ngVLA, JWST, and TMT to consider what capabilities or upgrades to these instruments might facilitate the study of extragalactic molecules most.

 

Major Topics of Discussion Include:


•Exploring the relationship between molecular distributions and physical processes in those galaxies
•Investigating the roles of molecular variation in extreme met*llicity environments
•Examining the existence and cause of isotopic gradients within galaxies
•Scrutinizing variations in molecular excitation, both rotational and vibrational
•Seeking evidence for and causes of molecular abundance gradients
•Identifying molecules useful as probes of nuclear infall and outflow
•Determining the prospects of molecules as probes of black hole ma*ses.


Confirmed Invited Speakers:


• Francesco Costagliola
• Nanase Harada
• Christian Henkel
• Leslie Hunt
• Takuma Izumi
• Adam Leroy
• Sergio Martin
• Gergö Popping
• Dominik Riechers
• Nick Scoville
• Jean Turner


This 4-day NAASC workshop will consist of a number of invited talks to guide the discussions of relevant questions to be addressed. Contributed abstracts will be solicited, and the SOC will select a subset for oral presentations, with the rest accepted as posters. Registration will include workshop materials, daily breakfast, breaks, and a welcome reception. An optional conference dinner will also be available. Submissions by students and early-career researchers are especially encouraged.


To promote their attendance, students are offered a discounted registration rate and a free double-occupancy room in the conference hotel for the duration of the conference.


Abstract submission is now available via the conference website – the deadline is February 7th.  Registration will open the week of January 11, and Early Bird registration rates will be available until the abstract deadline




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