SMA science in the Next Decade

Thursday October 27, 2016
08:30~09:00 Registration
09:00~09:10 Welcome address
You-Hua Chu (ASIAA)
09:10~09:20 Opening remarks
Charles Alcock (CfA)
Instrument upgrade plans Chair: Naomi HIRANO (ASIAA)
09:20~10:00 Overview of the SMA
Raymond Blundell (CfA)
10:00~10:20 Upgrading the Submillimeter Array
Paul Grimes (CfA)
10:20~10:35 SWARM overview and status
Jonathan Weintroub (CfA)
10:35~11:00 Coffee Break
Distant universe Chair: Wei-Hao WANG (ASIAA)
11:00~11:20 High redshift science with the SMA
Scott Chapman (Dalhousie)
11:20~11:40 Prospect for wSMA: Lensed Submm Galaxies
Min S Yun (University of Massachusetts)
11:40~12:00 Exploration of High Redshift Galaxies through Intensity Mapping
Garrett "Karto" Keating (CfA)
12:00~12:10 Carbon monoxide in an extremely metal poor galaxy
Yong Shi (Nanjing University)
12:10~13:20 Lunch and Poster Session
Solar system, Disks Chair: David WILNER (CfA)
13:20~13:40 Mapping cometary comae with the SMA
Chunhua Qi (Harvard-Smithsonian CfA)
13:40~14:00 Planets, moons and asteroids
Arielle Moullet (NRAO)
14:00~14:20 Circumstellar disks with the wSMA
Ya-Wen Tang (ASIAA)
Evolved stars Chair: David WILNER (CfA)
14:20~14:40 Chemical evolution from AGB stars to Planetary Nebulae
Nimesh Patel (CfA)
14:40~14:50 Molecules in S-type AGB stars
Xiaohu Li (ASIAA)
14:50~15:00 Spiral-Shells and Nascent Bipolar Outflow in CIT 6: Hints for an Eccentric-Orbit Binary?
Hyosun Kim (ASIAA)
15:00~15:30 Coffee Break
Star formation Chair: Qizhou ZHANG (CfA)
15:30~15:50 Chemistry in Star Formation
Peter Schilke (University of Cologne)
15:50~16:10 High Mass Star Formation with the wSMA
Sheng-Yuan Liu (ASIAA)
16:10~16:20 Growth of a massive young stellar object fed by a gas flow from a companion gas clump
Xi Chen (Shanghai Astronomical Observatory)
16:20~16:30 SMA follow-up observations of Planck cold clumps
Tie Liu (KASI)
16:30~16:50 Low-mass star formation
Chin-Fei Lee (ASIAA)
Tien-Hao Hsieh (ASIAA)
17:00~17:10 ALMA Observations of Spiral Accretion Flows towards Class 0 source VLA1623A with a Keplerian disk
Shih-Ping Lai (National Tsing Hua University)
Discussion session
17:10~17:40 Discussion on data handling/reduction
Discussion leaders: Mark GURWELL (CfA) & Chin-Fei LEE (ASIAA)
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18:30~21:00 Banquet
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Friday October 28, 2016
Ongoing large projects Chair: Nimesh PATEL (CfA)
09:00~09:20 Exposing Star Formation in our Galaxy's Center: A Window into the Distant Universe
Cara Battersby (CfA)
09:20~09:40 MASSES: An SMA Large-Scale Program Surveying Protostars to Reveal How Stars Gain their Mass
Ian Stephens (CfA)
09:40~10:00 High resolution survey of massive cores in Cygnus-X
Keping Qiu (Nanjing University)
10:30~11:00 Discussion on large-scale programs
Discussion leaders: Keiichi ASADA (ASIAA) & Qizhou ZHANG (CfA)
10:30~11:00 Coffee Break
Nearby galaxies Chair: Satoki MATSUSHITA (ASIAA)
11:00~11:20 Nearby galaxies
Kazushi Sakamoto (ASIAA)
11:20~11:30 Molecular Oxygen in Mrk231
Junzhi Wang (Shanghai Astronomical Observatory)
Status reports Chair: Satoki MATSUSHITA (ASIAA)
11:30~11:50 ALMA update: Towards Cycle 5
Sergio Martin (Joint ALMA Observatory)
11:50~12:10 NOEMA update
Edwige Chapillon (LAB \ IRAM)
12:10~12:30 Status and Future of the JCMT with the East Asian Observatory
Jessica Dempsey (East Asian Observatory)
12:30~12:40 Group Photo
12:40~13:40 Lunch and Poster Session
AGNs, Black holes, and GRBs Chair: Yuji URATA (NCU)
13:40~14:00 Radio Polarimetric Study of Gamma-Ray Bursts
Kenji Toma (Tohoku University)
14:00~14:20 Prospects on submm VLBI EHT/GLT and SMA role
Keiichi Asada (ASIAA)
14:20~14:40 Sgr A* and Low Luminosity Active Galactic Nuclei
Geoffrey Bower (ASIAA)
14:40~14:50 Understanding How a Black Hole Feeds: Multi-wavelength Observations of Sgr A*
Giovanni Fazio (CfA)
14:50~15:00 The Constraint on the Mass Accretion Rate of Cygnus A with Submillimeter Array
Wen-Ping Lo (ASIAA)
15:00~15:30 Coffee Break
B-field measurements in star forming regions Chair: Shih-Ping LAI (NTHU)
15:30~15:50 Polarization Observations with the Upgraded SMA
Ramprasad Rao (ASIAA)
15:50~16:00 Pilot SMA mosaic polarization observations
Tao-Chung Ching (National Tsing Hua University)
16:00~16:10 Evidence for dynamically important magnetic fields on massive star and cluster formation
Eswaraiah Chakali (NTHU)
Discussion & workshop summary
16:10~16:40 Discussion on data handling/reduction
Discussion leaders: Mark GURWELL (CfA) & Chin-Fei LEE (ASIAA)
16:40~17:10 Discussion on future direction of the SMA
Discussion leaders: Naomi HIRANO (ASIAA) & David WILNER (CfA)
17:10~17:20 Future prospects & Summary
Raymond Blundell (CfA)