Monday January 21, 2019
08:30~09:00 Registration
09:00~09:05 Welcome
SOC
09:05~09:10 Local Announcements
LOC
09:10~09:35 Invited China's Telescope Access Program(TAP): the past, present, and future
Y.Sophia Dai (NAOC)
09:35~09:55 A Direct Test of AGN Feedback
Luis Ho (Kavli Institute for Astronomy and Astrophysics, Peking University)
09:55~10:15 The Star Formation Efficiency of Quasar Host Galaxies at Low Redshifts
Yanxia Xie (The Kavli Institute for Astronomy and Astrophysics at Peking University)
10:15~10:35 Co-evolution of AGN and bulges: AGN are more common in real bulges than in pseudobulges
Hassen Yesuf (Kavli PKU/ Kavli IMPU)
10:35~11:15 Group Photo / Poster session (and coffee break)
11:15~11:40 Invited Korean 8m Class Optical Facility: Gemini Observatory
Narae Hwang (KASI)
11:40~12:00 Ionized gas outflows in z~2 WISE-selected Hot Dust Obscured Galaxies
Hyunsung Jun (Korea Institute for Advanced Study)
12:00~12:20 Dynamical modeling of AGN outflows with seeing effect using Type 2 AGNs
Jaejin Shin (Seoul National University)
12:20~12:45 Invited Current Status of the Subaru Telescope and its future prospect
Nagayoshi Ohashi (Subaru Telescope)
12:45~14:15 Lunch
14:15~14:35 Structures of AGN Host Galaxies
Yu-Yen Chang (ASIAA)
14:35~14:55 Investigating the connection between AGNs and their host galaxy properties
Li-Ting Hsu (ASIAA)
14:55~15:25 Discussion1: AGN Host Galaxies, Co-evolution, Feedback, Feeding
15:25~15:45 Coffee Break
15:45~16:05 Imaging the interstellar medium in the most distance quasar host galaxies
Ran Wang (Kavli institute for astronomy and astrophysics, Peking University)
16:05~16:25 Discovery of a z = 4.7 Radio Galaxy without an Ultra-steep Spectrum
Takuji Yamashita (Ehime University)
16:25~16:45 One step toward understanding cosmic re-ionization: absorption tests with a new QSO we discovered at z=6.6
Tomo Goto (NTHU)
16:45~17:05 Does AGN Fraction Have Redshift or Luminosity Dependence? An Extinction-Free Test based on the 18-bands Infrared SED Fitting using AKARI NEP Wide Data
Seong-Jin Kim (NTHU)
17:05~17:35 Discussion2: High-z AGNs
Tuesday January 22, 2019
08:45~09:00 Registration
09:00~09:25 Invited Expanding VLBI in East Asia and AGN science
Kazuhiro Hada (NAOJ)
09:25~09:45 Millimeter VLBI observations with ALMA: Overview of the first results
Kazunori Akiyama (NRAO / MIT Haystack Observatory)
09:45~10:05 Revealing the Nature of Blazar Radio Cores through Multi-Frequency Polarization Observations
Sascha Trippe (Seoul National University)
10:05~10:25 Resolving the jet collimation and gamma-ray emission region in blazar Mrk 501
Shoko Koyama (ASIAA)
10:25~11:05 Poster session (and coffee break)
11:05~11:30 Invited Review of AGN Observations with ALMA
Hiroshi Nagai (NAOJ)
11:30~11:50 ALMA Polarimetry of Sgr A*: Probing the Accretion Flow from the Event Horizon to the Bondi Radius
Geoffrey Bower (ASIAA)
11:50~12:10 Circumnuclear Molecular and Atomic Obscuring Structures in the Circinus Galaxy Revealed with ALMA
Takuma Izumi (NAOJ)
12:10~12:30 ALMA reveals a rotating dense molecular torus in NGC 1068
Masatoshi Imanishi (NAOJ)
12:30~14:00 Lunch
14:00~14:20 Molecular gas kinematics in the nuclear regions of NGC 3079
Ming-Yi Lin (ASIAA)
14:20~14:40 Molecular Gas Kinematics in the Center of NGC 4501 Observed with ALMA
Kyoko Onishi (Ehime University)
14:40~15:10 Discussion3: Jet and gas motions viewed with various interferometers
15:10~15:30 Coffee Break
15:30~15:50 A month-long QPO in gamma-ray emission from a blazar
Zhongxiang Wang (Shanghai Astronomical Observatory)
15:50~16:10 Evidence of accretion mode transition in the low luminosity AGN NGC 7589
Zhu Liu (National Astronomical Observatories, CAS)
16:10~16:30 Constraints on accretion disk size in the massive type 1 quasar PG 2308+098 from optical continuum reverberation lags
Mitsuru Kokubo (Tohoku University)
16:30~16:50 An Intrinsic Link Between UV/Optical Variations and X-ray Loudness in Quasars
Wenyong Kang (USTC)
16:50~17:20 Discussion4: Time-domain AGN sciences
Wednesday January 23, 2019
09:00~09:20 Multi-wavelength properties of Type 1 and Type 2 AGN Host galaxies in the Chandra-COSMOS Legacy Survey
Hyewon Suh (Subaru Telescope)
09:20~09:40 Super-Eddington Accretion in the Most Luminous WISE Hot DOGs
Chao-Wei Tsai (NAOC)
09:40~10:00 BAT AGN Spectroscopic Survey (BASS): The Covering Factor of Dust and Gas in Swift/BAT AGN
Kohei Ichikawa (Tohoku University)
10:00~10:20 Physical properties of radio galaxies selected with Subaru Hyper Suprime-Cam and VLA FIRST surveys
Yoshiki Toba (Kyoto University, ASIAA)
10:20~11:00 Poster session (and coffee break)
11:00~11:20 Obscuration properties of local AGN: an X-ray view
Claudio Ricci (Universidad Diego Portales, Chile/Kavli Institute for Astronomy, China)
11:20~11:40 Supersoft AGNs: signature of super Eddington accretion, IMBH, TDE or new AGN spectral state?
Xinwen Shu (Anhui Normal University)
11:40~12:00 Revisiting the structure and spectrum of the magnetic-reconnection-heated corona in luminous AGNs
Jieying Liu (Yunnan Observatories, CAS, China)
12:00~12:30 Discussion5: Multi-wavelength studies of AGNs
12:30~12:40 Closing