GALAXY EVOLUTION WORKSHOP 2020

Tuesday February 2, 2021
Session I (Chair: Taiki Kawamuro)
10:30~10:45 Logistics
10:45~11:15 The Assembly of the First Massive Black Holes
Kohei Inayoshi (Peking University)
11:15~11:30 Coffee Break
11:30~11:45 Super-Eddington mass growth of intermediate-mass seed black holes embedded in dusty circumnuclear disks
Daisuke Toyouchi (Kavli IPMU)
11:45~12:00 Supermassive star formation in a massive cloud with H2 molecules
Yuya Sakurai (IPMU)
12:00~12:15 Discovery of a new extreme changing-state quasar with 4 mag variation, SDSS J125809.31+351943.0
Shumpei Nagoshi (Kyoto University)
12:15~12:30 The Correlation between Broad Absorption Line Variability and Quasar Properties
Takashi Horiuchi (Ishigakijima Astronomical Observatory/NAOJ)
12:30~13:30 Lunch
Session II (Chair: Fumie Tazaki)
13:30~14:00 Impact of mm/submm VLBI observations for galaxy evolution
Keiichi Asada (ASIAA)
14:00~14:15 Medium-band Observation of the Neutrino Emitting Blazar, TXS 0506+056
Sungyong Hwang (Seoul National University)
14:15~14:30 Probing the Environments of Giant Radio Galaxies
Ting-Wen Lan (UCSC)
14:30~14:45 Coffee Break
14:45~15:15 Delayed or No AGN Feedback? - based on low-z AGN demography
Jong-Hak Woo (Seoul National University)
15:15~15:30 A method to constrain black hole models using ratios of line emission
Shigeki Inoue (Tsukuba University / NAOJ)
15:30~16:15 Coffee Break/Poster Session
Session III (Chair: Hiroyuki Hirashita)
16:15~16:30 NuSTAR Non-detection of a Faint Active Galactic Nucleus in an Ultraluminous IR Galaxy with Kpc-scale Fast Wind
Xiaoyang Chen (NAOJ)
16:30~16:45 X-ray Constraint on Location of Torus in Circinus Galaxy
Ryosuke Uematsu (Department of Astronomy, Kyoto University)
16:45~17:00 Systematic Study of AGN Clumpy Tori with Broadband X-ray Spectroscopy: Updated Unified Picture of AGN Structure
Shoji Ogawa (Kyoto University)
17:00~17:15 Identification and Analysis of Interacting Galaxies Using Spatially Resolved Kinematics
Kiyoaki Christopher Omori (Nagoya University)
Wednesday February 3, 2021
Session IV (Chair: Takuma Izumi)
10:30~11:00 The Macro- and Micro-physics of AGN Feedback in Galaxy Clusters
Hsiang-Yi Karen Yang (National Tsing Hua University)
11:00~11:15 Coffee Break
11:15~11:30 IR pseudo-observations of merger driven DOGs and their evolution
naomichi Yutani (kagoshima university)
11:30~11:45 eROSITA view of an extremely luminous infrared galaxy at z = 1.87
Yoshiki Toba (Kyoto University / ASIAA)
11:45~12:00 s-process enrichment of ultrafaint dwarf galaxies
Yuta Tarumi (The University of Tokyo)
12:00~12:15 Cause of the low star formation efficiency in the bar of the strongly barred galaxy NGC1300
Fumiya Maeda (Kyoto Univ.)
12:15~12:30 Discovery of a [CI]-faint, CO-bright Galaxy: ALMA Observations of the Merging Galaxy NGC 6052
Tomonari Michiyama (Kavli Institute for Astronomy and Astrophysics / Peking University)
12:30~13:30 Lunch
Session V (Chair: Myungshin Im)
13:30~13:45 High-Dimensional Statistical Analysis of the ALMA Spectroscopic Map of a Nearby Galaxy NGC 253
Tsutomu Takeuchi (Division of Particle and Astrophysical Science, Nagoya University)
13:45~14:00 First data release of the Uchuu simulations
Tomoaki Ishiyama (Chiba University)
14:00~14:15 The interrelation of the environment of Lyα emitters and massive galaxies at 2<z<4.5
Kei Ito (NAOJ/SOKENDAI)
14:15~14:30 Hα emitters at z ~ 2 in the SWIMS MBF observation in COSMOS-ZFOURGE field
Nuo Chen (The University of Toyko)
14:30~14:45 Coffee Break
14:45~15:15 Solving the Mysteries of Galaxy and Supermassive Black Hole Formation in the Era of High-resolution Simulations and Machine Learning
Ji-hoon Kim (Seoul National University)
15:15~15:30 The Blue Spiral at the Center of NGC 1275, the Bright Cluster Galaxy of the Perseus Clusters of Galaxies: Yet Another Merging Satellite
Michael Yeung (The University of Hong Kong)
15:30~16:15 Coffee Break/Poster Session
Session VI (Chair: Junko Ueda)
16:15~16:30 Optically-detected clusters of galaxies in the AKARI North Ecliptic Pole field
Ting-Chi Huang (SOKENDAI/ISAS)
16:30~16:45 Mapping the large scale structure and environmental effects on the star formation activity in galaxies at ~ 1.5 in the DEEP2-3 Field
Ronaldo Laishram (Tohoku University)
16:45~17:00 Bar Formation and Enhancement of Star Formation in Disk Galaxies in Interacting Clusters
Yongmin Yoon (Korea Institute for Advanced Study (KIAS))
17:00~17:15 The nature of blue dominated clusters and newly discovered overdensites beyond z=1 by HSC2
Naoaki Yamamoto (Tohoku University)
Thursday February 4, 2021
Session VII (Chair: Kohei Hayashi)
10:30~10:45 On the variation of star-forming galaxy fraction of high-redshift galaxy clusters
Seong-Kook Lee (Seoul National University)
10:45~11:00 Environmental effects in protocluster galaxies at the cosmic noon
Jose Manuel Perez-martinez (Tohoku University)
11:00~11:15 Coffee Break
11:15~11:30 Star-gas misalignment in the Horizon-AGN simulation
Donghyeon Khim (Yonsei University)
11:30~11:45 Unexpected dancing partners: Tracing the coherence between spin and motion of dark matter halos
Yigon Kim (Kyungpook National University)
11:45~12:00 Living with Neighbors: Interaction fraction and spin-orbit alignment of dark matter halos
Sung-Ho An (Yonsei University)
12:00~12:15 Probing Symmetry Breaking in the Large Scale Spin Distribution of Spiral Galaxies
Masanori Iye (NAOJ Prof. Emeritus)
12:15~12:30 Kinematics of stars and gas in brightest group galaxies
Mojtaba Raouf (KASI)
12:30~13:30 Lunch
Session VIII (Chair: Lihwai Lin)
13:30~14:00 Observing cosmological evolution of quasars and the host galaxies
Yoshiki Matsuoka (Ehime University)
14:00~14:15 The Infrared Medium-deep Survey. VII. Faint Quasars at z∼5 in the ELAIS-N1 Field
SUHYUN Shin (Seoul National University)
14:15~14:30 High-z Universe probed via Lensing by QSOs: Studying the SMBH-Galaxy Coevolution using QSO Lenses
Yoon Chan Taak (Seoul National University)
14:30~14:45 Coffee Break
14:45~15:00 A Multiwavelength Study of Coevolution at z~1.4 in SXDF
Kenta Setoguchi (Kyoto University)
15:00~15:15 Wandering of the central black hole in a galactic nucleus and the correlation of the black hole mass with the bulge mass
Hajime Inoue (ISAS, JAXA (Prof. Emeritus))
15:15~15:30 Structure of AGN Tori in Ultra-/luminous Infrared Galaxies Unveiled by Mid-infrared and X-ray Spectroscopy
Satoshi Yamada (Kyoto University)
15:30~16:15 Coffee Break/Poster Session
Session IX (Chair: Junko Ueda)
16:15~16:30 Another tail of Big Three Dragons: A [N II] 122 μm constraint and a new dust-continuum detection of a z = 7.15 bright Lyman Break Galaxy with ALMA
Yuma Sugahara (NAOJ/Waseda U.)
16:30~16:45 Spectroscopic Reverberation Mapping of the Intermediate-Mass AGN in NGC 4395
Hojin Cho (Seoul National University)
16:45~17:00 Where's Swimmy?: Subaru wide-field machine-learning anomaly survey
Rhythm Shimakawa (NAOJ)
Friday February 5, 2021
Session X (Chair: Hidenobu Yajima)
10:30~10:45 Theoretical understanding of dust SEDs with the evolution of grain size distribution
Hiroyuki Hirashita (ASIAA)
10:45~11:00 The effects of physical dust evolution model on the properties of bright submillimeter galaxies
Ryu Makiya (ASIAA)
11:00~11:15 Coffee Break
11:15~11:30 JCMT SCUBA-2 Survey of Submm sources in the James Webb Space Telescope Time-Domain Field: To reveal the high-z star formation histories
MINHEE Hyun (Seoul National University)
11:30~11:45 The Mean Absorption Line Spectra of Luminous z∼6 Lyman Break Galaxies
Yuichi Harikane (University of Tokyo & University College London)
11:45~12:00 Star Formation Rate Function at z~4.5: Analysis from rest UV to Optical
Yoshihisa Asada (Kyoto University)
12:00~12:15 The diversity of IGM-galaxy connection at redshift z=2-3
Rieko Momose (University of Tokyo)
12:15~12:30 New measurement of the near-infrared extragalactic background light by evaluation of isotropic interplanetary dust
Kei Sano (Kyushu Institute of Technology)
12:30~13:30 Lunch
Session XI (Chair: Ho Seong Hwang)
13:30~13:45 Dynamical properties of massive quiescent galaxies at z~4
Masayuki Tanaka (National Astronomical Obseravtory of Japan)
13:45~14:00 Understanding Quenching at High-z from their low-z counterparts
Po-Feng Wu (NAOJ)
14:00~14:15 Spatially resolved spectrophotometric SED fitting of galaxies with piXedfit
Abdurro'uf Abdurro'uf (ASIAA)
14:15~14:30 Unveiling quenching history of cluster/group galaxies using phase-space analysis
Jinsu Rhee (Yonsei University)
14:30~14:45 Coffee Break
14:45~15:00 An investigation of Star Formation Activity of Jellyfish Galaxies in Massive Galaxy Clusters with Gemini GMOS/IFU
Jeong Hwan Lee (Seoul National University (SNU))
15:00~15:15 The Effects of Ram Pressure Stripping on the Star Formation Activity of Galaxies in the Virgo Cluster
Jae Yeon Mun (Seoul National University)
15:15~15:30 Revealing impacts of stellar mass and environment on galaxy quenching since z~1
Zhiying Mao (Tohoku University)
15:30~15:45 A topological approach to galaxy distribution analysis
Kai Kono (Nagoya University)
15:45~16:00 Understanding Galaxy Evolution through Machine Learning
Suchetha Cooray (Nagoya University)
16:00~16:15 Concluding Remarks