The first decade of ALMA has led to many exciting discoveries, and has resulted in over 2800 publications and counting. As ALMA starts on its second decade of operations, it is implementing an ambitious development roadmap that will ultimately quadruple the system bandwidth and vastly improve ALMA's observing efficiency for both continuum and spectral line science. To commemorate its first decade of science operations, the ALMA partnership is organizing a conference that will take a look back at the observatory accomplishments, highlight its latest results and look forward to future technical developments.
ALMA at Ten Years: Past, Present and Future
The conference will include invited talks, contributed talks, and poster presentations. The conference will have a hybrid format to allow participants to choose to attend in-person or remotely on a virtual platform. Talks and posters are welcome in all fields of astronomy: from cosmology and galaxies in the distant Universe to nearby galaxies and the Galactic Center, interstellar medium, and star formation in our galaxy, as well as astrochemistry, circumstellar disks, exoplanets, Solar System, stellar evolution, and the Sun.
The conference will be held in Puerto Varas, Chile on 4-8 December 2023.
More information on the conference will be posted on the conference web page as it becomes available. Registration for the conference will open in early 2023.