High-Resolution Spectroscopy in the Era of ALMA, JWST and ELT
Published: 09 Apr 2019
High-Resolution Spectroscopy in the Era of ALMA, JWST and ELT to be held 22-26 July, at the Sexten Centre for Astrophysics, Italy
The aim of the workshop is to bring together researchers working with one of the leading facilities available today (ALMA) in order to plan for the next generation (JWST, ELT). Key to the motivation for this workshop is that astronomers must harness the high spatial resolution spectroscopic capabilities of each of these facilities, in a multi-wavelength approach, in order to reach their scientific goals.
The meeting is focussed around this technique, rather than a specific science area, in order to capture the combined scientific power of all facilities. This meeting will bring together researchers from different astrophysical areas, and with expertise in each of these telescopes, to plan the programmes we need to answer the most important outstanding astronomical questions debated today.
The number of participants in the workshop will be limited to enable discussions and interaction with all participants. The participation of early stage researchers is strongly encouraged.
To ensure as much lively discussion as possible in a pan-chromatic workshop, we are limiting science topics to the following broad categories:
Star and Planet Formation
Resolved Stellar populations
The abstract submission deadline is 17 May 2019
The registration deadline is 31 May 2019
However abstract submission and registration may close earlier if all available spaces have been filled.