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East-Asian ALMA Science Workshop 2019
February 19(Wed)-21(Fri), 2020
ASIAA, Taipei, Taiwan

Program

Thursday February 20, 2020
09:00~09:20 Invited ALMA Band-1 Project Update
Patrick Koch (ASIAA)
Circumstellar Disks I (Chair: Fumitaka Nakamura)
09:20~09:50 Invited Disk formation in a magnetized dense core
Hsi-Wei Yen (ASIAA)
09:50~10:05 ALMA Study of Misalignments between Protostellar Envelopes and Disks
Shigehisa Takakuwa (Kagoshima University)
10:05~10:20 The Co-evolution of Disks and Stars in Embedded Stages
Yuki Okoda (The University of Tokyo)
10:20~10:35 Scattering-Induced Optical Depth Reduction: Application to the Inner Region of the TW Hya Disk
Takahiro Ueda (NAOJ)
10:35~11:05 Coffee Break
EHT (Chair: Patrick Koch)
11:05~11:35 Invited First M87 Event Horizon Telescope Results: The Shadow of the Supermassive Black Hole
Geoffrey Bower (ASIAA)
11:35~11:50 The Event Horizon Telescope: Array, Observations and Calibration of the 2017 Data
Jun Yi Koay (ASIAA)
11:50~12:05 Imaging the Black Hole Shadow with the Event Horizon Telescope
Shoko Koyama (ASIAA)
12:05~12:20 Physical Origin of the Asymmetric Ring in the Event Horizon Telescope Result
Keiichi Asada (ASIAA)
12:20~12:35 Remote Measuring Black Hole Spin with Time-domain VLBI Observations of Infalling Gas Clouds
Kotaro Moriyama (Massachusetts Institute of Technology Haystack Observatory)
12:35~14:15 Group Photo and Lunch
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CARTA: cube analysis and rendering tool for astronomy (13:20~14:05)
Kuo-Song Wang (ASIAA)
ISM, Star Formation, and Astrochemistry II (Chair: Nagayoshi Ohashi)
14:15~14:45 Invited / Remote Early Stages of High-Mass Star Formation and the Origin of the IMF
Patricio Sanhueza (National Astronomical Observatory of Japan)
14:45~15:00 The relation between CMF and IMF in Orion A
Hideaki Takemura (SOKENDAI / NAOJ)
15:00~15:15 Dissecting the massive YSO G335-MM1: a potential multiple system?
Fernando Olguin (National Tsing Hua University)
15:15~15:30 ALMA survey of the Orion dense cores: Discovery of the prestellar core on the verge of star formation
Naomi Hirano (ASIAA)
15:30~15:45 Probing fragmentation and velocity sub-structure in the massive NGC 6334 filament with ALMA
Yoshito Shimajiri (NAOJ/ALMA)
15:45~16:00 Magnetic Fields in High-Mass Star Forming Region G10.62-0.38
Benjamin Wu (NAOJ)
16:00~16:30 Coffee Break
Cosmology and the High-Redshift Universe II (Chair: Hiroyuki Hirashita)
16:30~17:00 Invited ALMA deep surveys of dusty galaxies
Kotaro Kohno (The University of Tokyo)
17:00~17:15 ALMA's contribution to the high redshift legacy of Herschel
Tom Bakx (Nagoya University)
17:15~17:30 ALMA observations of galaxy proto-clusters at z=3-6
Yuichi Matsuda (NAOJ)
17:30~17:45 Remote Dusty massive galaxies in the cluster lensing fields revealed with ALMA and SCUBA2
Xinwen Shu (Anhui Normal University)
17:45~18:00 The cosmic-ray flux in sub-millimeter bright galaxies at z>2
Nick Indriolo (NAOJ)
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