EAO Sub-mm Futures: Program

A space for posters will be available in the hall on the 1st floor of Building #3.

Sunday May 19th 2019

15:00-18:00 Registration (Hotel Lobby, OffCN HY Hotel)

Monday May 20th 2019

Morning – Registration (Room 302, Building #3, PMO) from 8:30

Morning – Splinter Session: 850 micron Camera (09:00 – 11:30, Room 302, Building #3, PMO)

Join remotely: Splinter Session, May 20th: https://zoom.us/j/149149569

Lunch 12:00-13:00

PMO Canteen, on 1st floor, Building #6, PMO

Welcome and opening remarks, Room 302, Building #3, PMO

Join remotely: Welcome & afternoon VLBI Session, May 20th: https://zoom.us/j/854729153

13:15    Opening remarks – Prof. Rui-Qing Mao, Deputy Director of PMO and Prof. Paul Ho, Director General of EAO

Session 1: VLBI science and instrumentation, Room 302, Building #3, PMO

Session Chair: Steve Mairs

13:30     Jessica Dempsey – EAO – Results from the EHT: Black Hole Pōwehi

13:45     Kiyoaki Wajima – KASI – Introduction to the East Asian VLBI Network and activities in mm-VLBI in East Asia

14:00    Satoki Matsushita – ASIAA  – GLT, JCMT, and the East Asian High Frequency VLBI

14:15    Hiroshi Imai – Kagoshima University – HINOTORI and future 3 mm EAVN capability (remote)

14:30   Wu Jiang – SHAO – Activities of Shanghai VLBI correlator

14:45    Nimesh Patel – cfa-Harvard & Smithsonian – SMA instrumentation upgrades for wide bandwidth observations

Group Photo & Coffee break 15:15 – 15:45

15:45    VLBI Discussion – capabilities, demands and advancements

Discussion lead by: Nimish Patel, Kiyoaki Wajima, Izumi Mizuno, Satoki Matsushita

Welcome reception drinks & nibbles 17:30 – 18:30

PMO Canteen, on 1st floor, Building #6, PMO

Tuesday May 21st 2019

Session 2: Continuum science (i), Room 302, Building #3, PMO

Join remotely: Morning Continuum Session, May 21st: https://zoom.us/j/205646360

Session Chair: Ran Wang

09:00    Steve Mairs – EAO – Highlights from the JCMT-Transient Survey

09:15    Greg Herczeg – KIAA-PKU –  JCMT-Transient science: looking to the next decade

09:45    Tie Liu – KASI – The TOP-SCOPE survey of Planck Galactic Cold Clumps

10:00    Eswaraiah Chakali – NAOC – Magnetic fields in the cores of the filament B213/Taurus – from JCMT BISTRO survey

Coffee break 10:15 – 10:45

Session 3: Continuum science (ii), Room 302, Building #3, PMO

Session Chair: Tie Liu

10:45    Ray Furuya – Tokushima University – Polarization imaging: lessons learned and wishes for future instrumentation

11:00     Tao Wang – University of Tokyo – A submillimeter perspective on galaxy and cluster formation in the early universe

11:15    Haojing Yan – NAOC/MU – Color Selection of High-z ULIRGs

11:30    Hyung Mok Lee – KASI – Current Status of JCMT/NEP Survey

12:00    Harriet Parsons – EAO – Announcing the 20A Call for Large Programs (III)

Lunch 12:15 – 14:00

PMO Canteen, on 1st floor, Building #6, PMO

Session 4: Continuum instrumentation (i), Room 302, Building #3, PMO

Join remotely: Afternoon Continuum Session, May 21st: https://zoom.us/j/332652863

Session Chair: Shaoliang Li

14:00    Jason Austermann – NIST – Large-Format Kinetic Inductance Detector Arrays for Sub-Millimeter Astronomy and Polarimetry

14:20     Jiansong Gao – NIST –  Development of Background-limited Kinetic Inductance Detector Arrays at NIST

14:40    Dan Bintley – EAO – 850 micron instrument for the JCMT

Coffee Break 15:00 – 15:30

Session 5: Continuum instrumentation (ii), Room 302, Building #3, PMO

Session Chair: Ming Zhu

15:30     Per Friberg – EAO – Polarization with the new JCMT 850 micron camera

15:40    Qijun Yao – PMO – Sub-K cryogenics and frequency-domain readout for MKIDs

16:00    Tom Brien – University of Cardiff – MUSCAT

16:20     Continuum Discussion – capabilities, demands and advancements

Discussion lead by: Greg Herczeg, Ran Wang, Dan Bintley, Jason Austermann, & Qijun Yao

Optional Activity: 17:15-17:45 Lab Tour (i) – Millimeter & Sub-Millimeter Wave Lab

Meeting Banquet 18:00-20:00
Beijing Hall, on 2nd floor, OffCN HY Hotel

Wednesday May 22nd 2019

Session 6: Heterodyne science (i), Room 302, Building #3, PMO

Join remotely: Morning Heterodyne Session, May 22nd: https://zoom.us/j/883313845

Session Chair: Xuejian Jiang

09:00    Li Xiao – NAOC – Kinematics of shocked molecular clumps of SNR IC443

09:20    Zongnan Li – NJU – JCMT CO(3-2) observations of M31

09:40    Matt Smith – Cardiff University – HASHTAG and Nearby Galaxy Science

Coffee Break 10:00 – 10:30

Session 7: Heterodyne science (ii), Room 302, Building #3, PMO

Session Chair: Sheona Urquhart

10:30    Xuejian Jiang – PMO – Variations in dense gas fraction and star formation efficiency in the central kpc of galaxies

10:50    Yang Gao – SHAO – JINGLE pilot sample and CO luminosity estimators

11:10    Gary Fuller – University of Manchester – LNA and Receiver Development in Manchester

Lunch – 12:00 – 14:00

PMO Canteen, on 1st floor, Building #6, PMO

Session 8: Heterodyne instrumentation (i), Room 302, Building #3, PMO

Join remotely: Afternoon Heterodyne Session, May 22nd: https://zoom.us/j/361456583

Session Chair: Qinghua Tan

14:00    Sheng-Cai Shi – PMO – DATE5 telescope and the status of development

14:30    Kuan-Yu Liu – EAO/ASIAA – Mixer development at ASIAA for HARP upgrades

14:50    Wenlei Shan – NAOJ – A Planar Integrated SIS Heterodyne Array for Wide FOV Observation

Coffee Break – 15:10 – 15:40

Session 9: Heterodyne instrumentation (ii), Room 302, Building #3, PMO

Session Chair: Kuan-Yu Liu

15:40    Jongsoo Kim – KASI – A GPU Spectrometer for Radio Telescopes

16:00    Ryohei Kawabe – NAOJ – LST project and Instrumentation Progress

16:20    Heterodyne Discussion – capabilities, demands and advancements

Discussion lead by: Jessica Dempsey, Wenlei Shan, Gary Fuller & Jongsoo Kim

Optional Activity: 17:15-17:45 Lab Tour (ii) – Millimeter & Sub-Millimeter Wave Lab

Dinner – 17:30-18:30

PMO Canteen, on 1st floor, Building #6, PMO

 

Thursday May 23rd 2019

Session 10: Sub-mm astronomy in Polar regions, Room 302, Building #3, PMO

Join remotely: Morning Session: Polar and Futures, May 23rd: https://zoom.us/j/525759263

Session Chair: Yang Gao

09:00    Masumichi Seta – KGU – Sub-mm Astronomy in Antarctica

09:15    Nimesh Patel – cfa-Harvard & Smithsonian – Greenland Telescope instrumentation requirements for single-dish science

Coffee 09:45-10:15

10:15     Paul Ho – EAO – Summary Remarks & Final Discussion

Lunch – 12:00 – 14:00

PMO Canteen, on 1st floor, Building #6, PMO


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