Users Meeting 2022

Welcome to the JCMT 2022 Users Meeting page. Here you will find all the information about the JCMT’s 2022 virtual users meeting being held: February 24-25, 2022 in UTC.

The meeting will be held fully remotely via Zoom. The main purpose of the meeting is to have quick updates of the EAO/JCMT status and science with invited talks from sub-mm experts in a range of scientific fields. The meeting is also intended to provide useful information to new JCMT users to encourage the submission of observation proposals during the current 22B Call for proposals.

Zoom link to participate in the meeting remotely will be send to people who have registered for the meeting. Slack is also set up for participants to receive further announcement from organizers and to ask more questions to speakers. Invitations to the Slack will be also send to people who have registered for the meeting. If you are planning to participate in the meeting, we strongly encourage you to register. You can find a list of the 200 registered people here.

Program – Day 1

Part 1 (1 am -4 am in UTC): recorded video, zoom screenshot (1,2,3,4)

10am-1pm in JST/KST; 9am-12pm in China/Taiwan/Malaysia; 8am-11am in Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam; 3pm-6pm in Hawaii; 7pm-10pm in CST; 6:30am-9:30am in India

Time (UTC) Chair Title and Speaker
1:00-1:05 N. Ohashi Note from the organizers
1:05-1:30 EAO/JCMT update
Paul Ho (EAO)
1:30-1:45 JCMT instrumentation update
Dan Bintley (EAO)
1:45-2:05 New JCMT LP: SURFING
Mike Chen (Queen’s Univ.)
2:05-2:15 break
2:15-2:35 Tie Liu JCMT Transient project
Carlos Contreras Pena (SNU/KHU)
2:35-2:55 Multiscale magnetic field structure of NGC 1333 revealed by the JCMT BISTRO survey
Yasuo Doi (Univ. of Tokyo)
2:55-3:15 Formation of the SDC13 Hub-Filament System: Cloud-Cloud Collision Imprinted on Multiscale Magnetic Field?
Jia-Wei Wang (ASIAA)
3:15-3:35 Latest Results from EHT Observations
Juan Carlos Algaba (Univ. Malaya)


Part 2 (7 am – 10 am in UTC): recorded video

4pm-7pm in JST/KST; 3pm-6pm in China/Taiwan/Malaysia; 2pm-5pm in Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam; 9pm-0am in Hawaii; 7am-10am in UK; 12:30pm-3:30pm in India

7:00-7:20 Kate Pattle The SCOPE survey (TBD)
Sheng-Yuan Liu (ASIAA)
7:20-7:40 ALOHA: Exploring the Infrared Dark Clouds with JCMT
Zhiyuan Ren (NAOC)
7:40-8:00 ALMASOP :The Formation of multiple systems in Orion molecular cloud complex
Qiuyi Luo (SHAO)
8:00-8:20 Magnetic fields surrounding LkHα 101 taken by the JCMT BISTRO survey
Nguyen Bich Ngoc (VNSC)
8:20-8:40 The JCMT BISTRO survey: Investigating magnetic fields in Ophiuchus-B region
Archana Soam (IIA)
8:40-8:50 break
8:50-9:15 Junhao Liu New JCMT LP: JCMT VENUS
Dave Clements (ICL)
9:15-9:40 New JCMT LP: MAJORS
David Eden (LJMU)
9:40-10:05 New JCMT LP: CLOGS
David Eden (LJMU)


Program – Day 2

Part 1 (2 am – 5:15 am in UTC): recorded video

11am-2:15pm in JST/KST; 10am-1:15pm in China/Taiwan/Malaysia; 9am-12:15am in Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam; 4pm-7:15pm in Hawaii; 8pm-11:15pm in CST; 7:30am-10:45am in India

2:00-2:30 N. Ohashi General introduction of JCMT
Nagayoshi Ohashi (ASIAA/EAO)
2:30-3:00 Proposal preparation
Xue-Jian Jiang (EAO)
3:00-3:30 OT preparation
Graham Bell (EAO)
3:30-4:30 break
4:30-5:00 Data calibration
Sarah Graves (EAO)
5:00-5:15 Data archive
Sarah Graves (EAO)

Part 2 (7 am -10 am in UTC) recorded video1, recorded video2, zoom screenshot (1,2,3)

4pm-7pm in JST/KST; 3pm-6pm in China/Taiwan/Malaysia; 2pm-5pm in Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam; 9pm-0am in Hawaii; 7am-10am in UK; 12:30pm-3:30pm in India

7:00-7:20 Wei-Hao Wang Imaging Andromeda and Nearby Galaxies with SCUBA-2: HASHTAG & DOWSING
Matt Smith (Cardiff  Univ.)
7:20-7:40 The MALATANG survey: dense gas and star formation in nearby star-forming galaxies 
Qing-Hua Tan (PMO)
7:40-8:00 Cold gas in the circumnuclear region and disk of M31
Zongnan Li (NJU)
8:00-8:20 A SCUBA-2 Survey on Quasars Hosting Lyman Alpha Nebula at Cosmic Noon
Chian-Chou Chen (ASIAA)
8:20-8:40 RAGERS: RAdio Galaxy Environment Reference Survey
Thomas Greve (DTU)
8:40-8:45 break
8:45-9:05 Ho Seong Hwang NEPSC2: the SCUBA-2 850 micron survey in the North Ecliptic Pole
Hyunjin Shim (KNU)
9:05-9:20 The SCUBA-2 Large eXtragalactic Survey: first results
Tracy Garratt (Univ. of Hertfordshire)
9:20-9:40 The Nearby Evolved Stars Survey: overview and first results
Alfonso Trejo (ASIAA)
9:40-10:00 NESS – The Nearby Evolved Stars Survey: CO observations, mass-loss rates and dust/gas ratios
Sofia Wallstorm (KU Leuven)
10:00-10:05 Concluding remarks

Additional Links

Participants might be interested to know about the 22B Call for proposals. Click here for more information regarding the 22B Call.

Participants might also be interested to know that they may join any of the new Large Programs under Open Enrollment. Click here for more information regarding Open Enrollment.

The EAO Code of Conduct for conference/meetings/workshops can be found here.

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