ALMA Band 1 Science Workshop

Monday January 16, 2017
08:30~09:00 Registration
ALMA Band 1 Receiver Development Project
Session Chair: Oscar Morata (ASIAA)
09:00~09:20 History of ALMA-Taiwan
09:20~09:40 Status and overview of the Band 1 project
Ciska Kemper (ASIAA)
09:40~10:15 Pre-History of the ALMA Band 1 Project
James Di francesco (National Research Council of Canada)
10:15~10:55 Coffee Break
Session Chair: Chau-Ching Chiong (ASIAA)
10:55~11:15 The Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) Band 1 receiver Status
Ted Huang (ASIAA)
11:15~11:35 Band 1 optics design.
Nicolas Reyes (Universidad de Chile)
11:35~11:55 Ready, Steady, Go: Gearing up for observations with ALMA Band 1
Oscar Morata (ASIAA)
11:55~12:20 Filling the Gap: An Overview of Recent Developments Towards ALMA Band 2+3
Gary Fuller (The University of Manchester)
12:20~13:40 Lunch
Evolution of dust in protoplanetary disks
Session Chair: Ciska Kemper (ASIAA)
13:40~14:15 The Long Way From Dust to Planetesimals - Evolution of Solids in Disks around Young Stars
Tilman Birnstiel (Max-Planck-Institute for Astronomy)
14:15~14:50 Resolving Planet Formation through Observations of Dust in Disks at Low Optical Depths
Roberto Galvan-madrid (IRyA-UNAM)
14:50~15:15 Growth of solids in protoplanetary disks
Leonardo Testi (ESO)
15:15~15:55 Coffee Break
Session Chair: James Di Francesco (National Research Council of Canada)
15:55~16:20 Hydrodynamic models of dusty protoplanetary disks
Min-Kai Lin (ASIAA)
Masers - I
16:20~16:55 Maser Sciences with ALMA Band 1
Tomoya Hirota (NAOJ)
16:55~17:25 Discussion Session
Tuesday January 17, 2017
Molecular gas at high-z
Session Chair: Wei-Hao Wang (ASIAA)
09:00~09:35 Molecular line observations of galaxies near and far using ALMA Band 1
Kotaro Kohno (University of Tokyo)
09:35~10:10 Imaging Molecular Gas in the Distant Universe with ALMA Band 1
Justin Spilker (University of Arizona)
10:10~10:50 Coffee Break
Session Chair: Satoki Matsushita (ASIAA)
10:50~11:25 The Distant Universe as seen by ALMA in Band 1
Dominik Riechers (Cornell University)
11:25~11:50 The morphology of high-redshift starbursts: resolved CO(1-0) imaging of z~2.5 SMGs
James Simpson (University of Edinburgh)
Grain-growth and spinning dust
11:50~12:25 Anomalous Microwave Emission from Very Small Dust Grains
Anna Scaife (University of Manchester)
12:25~13:20 Lunch
Session Chair: Vivien Chen (NTHU)
13:20~13:45 Origin of very large grains in dense molecular cores and protostellar envelopes
Hiroyuki Hirashita (ASIAA)
Molecular lines
13:45~14:20 Observing complex organic molecules at high spatial and velocity resolution: New diagnostics for understanding star formation?
Maria Cunningham (University of New South Wales)
14:20~14:40 The Fossil Nuclear Outflow in the Central 30 pc of the Galactic Center
Pei-Ying Hsieh (ASIAA)
14:40~15:05 Vibrationally excited lines as tracers of hidden AGN activity
Francesco Costagliola (Chalmers University of Technology (Sweden))
15:05~15:45 Coffee Break
Session Chair: Paul Ho (ASIAA)
15:45~16:10 Torsionally-Excited CH3OH Line as a Direct Tracer of the First Core with the ALMA Band 1 Observation
Shigehisa Takakuwa (Kagoshima University / ASIAA)
16:10~16:30 The ATCA 7-mm line survey of SgrB2
Paul Jones (University of New South Wales)
16:30~17:00 Discussion Session
18:30 Banquet at E Ya Ji 易牙居
台北市羅斯福路三段286巷16號 No.1, Sec. 4, Roosevelt Rd, Taipei
Wednesday January 18, 2017
The Sunyaev Zel'dovich Effect
Session Chair: Anna Scaife (University of Manchester)
09:00~09:35 High Resolution Sunyaev-Zel'dovich Effect Studies: Past, Present, & Future
Brian Mason (NRAO)
09:35~10:10 The Sunyaev-Zel'dovich effect observations with ALMA Band 3 and prospects for Band 1
Tetsu Kitayama (Department of Physics, Toho University)
10:10~10:50 Coffee Break
Zeeman effect and polarization
Session Chair: Shih-Ping Lai (NTHU)
10:50~11:25 First Clear Detection of CCS Zeeman Splitting of TMC-1
Fumitaka Nakamura (NAOJ)
11:25~11:50 Polarization observations with ALMA: a multi wavelength approach
Josep M Girart (Institute of Space Sciences (IEEC-CSIC))
11:50~12:15 Constraining Grain Sizes and Distributions Through Observations of Polarized Dust using ALMA Band 1
Ramprasad Rao (ASIAA)
Masers - II
12:15~12:40 A census of mass-losing long period variables showing SiO masers in the direction of the Galactic Nuclear Star Cluster with ALMA Band 1
Hideyuki Izumiura (Okayama Astrophysical Observatory, NAOJ, NINS)
12:40~14:20 Lunch
14:20~15:20 ASIAA Colloquium: "The Intricate Role of Cold Gas and Dust in Galaxy Evolution at Early Cosmic Epochs", Dominik A. Riechers (Cornell)
Fundamental Physics
Session Chair: Patrick Koch (ASIAA)
15:20~15:45 Testing the variation of fundamental constants
Kin-Wang Ng (Academia Sinica)
15:45~16:05 Coffee Break
16:05~16:35 Discussion Session
16:35~16:45 Closing remarks
[ Science Verification Sessions ]
Thursday January 19, 2017
Science Verification Sessions (Provisional schedule)
09:00~09:10 Introduction to the Band 1 SV
09:10~09:40 Band1 SV
John Carpenter(JAO)
09:40~10:30 Band 5 SV
Leonardo Testi(ESO)
10:30~11:00 Coffee Break
11:00~12:30 Technical Requirements
12:30~14:00 Lunch
14:00~15:00 Scientific goals
15:00~15:30 Coffee Break
15:30~16:00 Scientific goals
16:00~16:30 Source selection
Friday January 20, 2017
Science Verification Sessions (Provisional schedule)
09:00~10:30 Source selection
10:30~11:00 Coffee Break
11:00~12:00 Preparation of observations, calibration, and data processing
12:00~13:30 Lunch
13:30~14:30 Resources
14:30~15:00 Coffee Break
15:00~15:30 Conclusions and future steps