Allegro is organizing an ALMA Science Day on Friday November 22, 2019, at Leiden Observatory.
Allegro organizes this meeting for the Netherlands ALMA community to share their exciting new science, hear the latest news from the telescope, and discuss user experiences and ALMA-related topics.
The third edition of the Netherlands ALMA Science day will be held in the 2nd floor of the Huygens Building (HL), room HL-226. We will start the program at 11:30 am with lunch. All the registered participants are invited to join us. We will offer sandwiches and fruits for the registered participants. Then, the science talks will start at 12:30. The first afternoon block of talks will finish with the presentation by this year’s invited speaker Dr. M. Zwaan (ESO). Our program is full of exciting topics including results from high-redshift studies, as well as studies of dust and molecular gas in proto-planetary disks. During the second block of talks, we will have a presentation by Dr. C. Goddi (Allegro) on the results of the Event Horizon Telescope!
We will finish the day with a Borrel at the 11th floor, next to the Allegro offices. We look forward to seeing you!
Follow this link to see the Program.
Registered participants: (Last update 13-11-2019) Michiel Hogerheijde Leiden Observatory Jim Morrison University of Groningen Rudolf Le Poole Leiden Observatory Dazhi Zhou Leiden Observatory Shota Notsu Leiden Observatory, Leiden University Zhenlin Zhu SRON/Leiden University Prof. Harry van der Laan Leiden Observatory, ASTRON, ESO Ruslan Brilenkov Kapteyn Institute, University of Groningen Yuan Chen Leiden Observatory Gerard Pujol Hernandez API Margot Leemker Leiden University Huub Rottgering Leiden Observatory Marta Frias Castillo Leiden Observatory Alvaro Hacar Leiden Observatory Rychard Bouwens Leiden University Ewine van Dishoeck STRW-UL Stefan van der Giessen Leiden University Leon Trapman Leiden Observatory Gleb Fedoseev Laboratory for Astrophysics, Leiden Observatory Huib Intema ICRAR – Curtin University Jeroen Terwisscha van Scheltinga Leiden Observatory Kirsty Butler Sterrewacht Leiden Schuyler Wolff Leiden Observatory Sander Schouws Leiden University Leindert Boogaard Leiden Observatory Robin Mentel Leiden Observatory Lukasz Tychoniec Leiden Observatory Jozsef Varga Leiden Observatory Tabone Leiden University Yijun Wang University of Science and Technology of China & Leiden Observatory Andrew Barr Leiden Observatory Matthew Kenworthy Leiden Observatory Alexandru-Daniel Taun University of Groningen Vincent Icke Leiden University Violeta Gámez Rosas Leiden University Pengyu Liu Leiden University MARIANNA PATATOUKOU Leiden University Martijn van Gelder Leiden Observatory Micha Heilman Leiden University Pooneh Nazari Leiden University DIRECTIONS -Directions to Leiden Observatory
Note that this is not the old Observatory in the center of Leiden.
There are regular buses from the Leiden Centraal station, buses 43 (direction Den Haag) or bus 57 (direction Nieuw Vennep). These take around 7 minutes. Please see the link below for more specific details if you will be coming by bus.
Instructions on how to get to Leiden Observatory, including transportation from Schiphol Airport, can be found here:
And a site map can be found here:
Note these specify the route to the Lorentz Center, which is in the forward leaning building in the photo. The event will be held in the joining taller building – The Huygens building. Leiden Observatory and Allegro offices are located on the 4-5th and 11th floor of that same building, respectively.
-Directions inside the building:
At the entrance of the building there is a reception were they can provide you with directions.
The afternoon session will be held on the 2nd floor of the Huygens Building (HL), room HL-226.
The borrel will be held on the 11th floor of the Huygens Building (HL), next to the Allegro offices (HL-11.22).