5th Netherlands ALMA Science Day: Nov 29, 2021

Allegro announces the 5th Netherlands ALMA Science Day, that will take take place on Monday, November 29, 2021. Due to changes in COVID-19 regulations, we will now be hosting this event fully online.

At the Science Day, we will share the latest scientific results obtained with ALMA by the Netherlands astronomical community. Guest speakers include Alice Booth (Leiden University, on the Molecules with ALMA at Planet-forming Scales [MAPS] Large Program), Eva Schinnerer (MPIA Heidelberg, on Resolved molecular gas properties of nearby massive star-forming galaxies from the PHANGS Large Program), and Gergö Popping (ESO, with the latest news from ALMA). In addition, contributed talks cover a wide range of science topics, including protoplanetary disks, molecular clouds, and high-redshift galaxies. A few openings are still available for contributed talks, and we welcome contributions in all science areas. The meeting will also allow ample time to discuss user experiences and other ALMA related topics.

Following the Science Day, on Tuesday, November 30, 2021, we will also host an introductory ALMA Data Reduction Training Day that will follow a hybrid format: all presentations and hands-on activities can be followed online, but we also have physical workspaces available in Leiden for those who wish to make use of these. At this workshop, Allegro fellows will introduce CASA and ALMA data reduction, share tips & tricks, and offer extensive hands-on training in data imaging and analysis.

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We look forward to seeing many of you at our – online – Science Day!

Program November 29, 2021
10:55-11:00 Zoom connection opens
11:00-11:05 Welcome (Violette Impellizzeri)
11:05-11:35 Alice Booth (Invited) Molecules with ALMA at Planet-forming Scales – an ALMA large program to understand the chemistry of planet formation
11:35-11:50 Alex Hygate Discovery of a massive, highly star-forming, morphologically complex ULIRG at z = 7.31
11:50-12:05 Ko-Yun (Monica) Huang The chemical footprint of AGN feedback in the outflowing circumnuclear disk of NGC1068
12:05-12:20 Lucas Stapper The mass and size of Herbig disks as seen by ALMA
12:20-13:00 Social Lunch
13:00-13:30 Eva Schinnerer (Invited) Resolved molecular gas properties of nearby massive star-forming galaxies
13:30-13:45 Michael Janssen The latest results from the Event Horizon Telescope: Zooming into the heart of Centaurus A
13:45-14:00 Lisa Wölfer Spiral structures in the gas disc of CQ Tau
14:00-14:15 Filippo Fraternali Fast rotating and not-so-turbulent discs in z~4 galaxies
14:15-14:30 Nikki Zabel The Virgo environment traced in CO: how do HI-identified environmental mechanisms affect the molecular gas in cluster galaxies?
14:30-14:50 Break
14:50-15:05 Christian Ginski From microns to mm – multi wavelength studies of circumstellar disks
15:05-15:20 Raffaella Morganti ALMA view of the molecular gas in radio galaxies
15:20-15:40 Violeta Gamez Rosas NGC 1068 MATISSE imaging and thermal map of the dust close to the AGN
15:40-16:00 Gergö Popping ALMA Status Update
16:00-16:20 Discussion
Closing remarks


Registered participants: (Last update 24-11-2021)

Michiel Hogerheijde Leiden Observatory
Violette Impellizzeri Leiden Observatory
Leen Decin KU Leuven
Rychard Bouwens Leiden Observatory
Aida Ahmadi Leiden Observatory
Alex Hygate Leiden Observatory
Andrés Pérez-Sánchez Leiden Observatory
Ashley Bemis Leiden Observatory
Katharina Immer Leiden Observatory
Alice Booth Leiden Observatory
Eva Schinnerer Max Planck Institute for Astronomy (MPIA)
Michael Janssen Max Planck Institute for Radio Astronomy (MPIfR)
Marta Frias Castillo Leiden Observatory
Naadiyah Jagga Leiden Observatory
Huib van Langevelde JIVE/Leiden Observatory
Felix Semler University of Groningen
Violeta Gamez Rosas Leiden Observatory
Lucas Stapper Leiden Observatory
Lisa Wölfer Leiden Observatory
Christian Ginski Leiden Observatory
Agnieszka Kobak Nicolaus Copernicus University
Milou Temmink Leiden Observatory
Jim Shih API, University of Amsterdam
Lingyu Wang SRON
Gergö Popping ESO
Margot Leemker Leiden Observatory
Raffaella Morganti ASTRON & Kapteyn Astronomical Institute (Groningen)
Filippo Fraternali Kapteyn Astronomical Institute (Groningen)
Nikki Zabel Kapteyn Astronomical Institute (Groningen)
Alessia Annie Rota Leiden Observatory
Osmar Manuel Guerra Alvarado Leiden Observatory
Ko-Yun (Monica) Huang Leiden Observatory
Anna Bartha-Veres Leiden Observatory
Yuan Chen Leiden Observatory
Per-Gunnar Valegard API, University of Amsterdam
Ian Roberts Leiden Observatory
Karla Mariana Rojas Martinez API, University of Amsterdam
Mariam Abdallah Leiden Observatory
Fangyou Gao Kapteyn Astronomical Institute (Groningen)
Jurrian Meijerhof Leiden Observatory
Hanneke Poorta API, University of Amsterdam
Sicen Guo Leiden Observatory
Luna van Haastere Leiden Observatory
Andres Felipe Ramos Padilla SRON/RUG
Prathap Rayalacheruvu National Institute of Science Education and Research
Joshua Butterworth Leiden Observatory
Pooneh Nazari Leiden Observatory
Theodorus Topkaras Leiden Observatory