Allegro is organizing an ALMA Science Day on Thursday November 1st, 2018, at Leiden Observatory.
The day will start with a special ALMA Colloquium by Dr. Karin Öberg (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics), who will tell us about the “Chemistry of Planet Formation”. We have reserved the afternoon for presentations by astronomers from the Allegro user community: We have exciting talks scheduled with ALMA results on galaxies, planet forming disks and star formation. In between and before the tea break, we will also have the latest news from ALMA followed by an open discussion on expectations and wishes for user support, and any other ALMA-related topics.
For those interested, an ALMA data reduction training with CASA will be offered on Friday November 2 at Allegro.
THU 01/11 (Morning session location: De Sitter Zaal ) 10:30-11:00 Welcome & Registration 11:00-12:00 ALMA Colloquium: Chemistry of Planet Formation Karin Öberg 12:00-12:45 LUNCH
(Afternoon session location: HL-226) 12:45-13:00 COFFEE 13:00-13:15 A flux-ratio anomaly in resolved CO (11-10) spectral line emission from gravitationally-lensed quasar MGJ0414+0534 Hannah Stacey 13:15-13:30 Mapping the [CII]-FIR deficit at redshift 3 on sub-kpc scales Matus Rybak 13:30-13:45 Extremely high-velocity jets in Serpens: Chemistry and kinematics Lukasz Tychoniec 13:45-14:00 The best of two worlds: ALMA + IRAM30m observations of the Orion Integral Filament Álvaro Hacar 14:00-14:15 The ALMA Roadmap Martin Zwaan (ESO) 14:15-14:35 Open Discussion 14:35-15:00 TEA BREAK
15:00-15:15 Imaging protoplanetary disks from the visible to mm wavelengths to constrain disk geometry and characterize its dust grains Jos De Boer 15:15-15:30 Complex organic molecules in the young disk V883 Ori Merel L.R. van ‘t Hoff 15:30-15:45 Bridging protoplanetary disk mass evolution in low- and high-mass star-forming regions with ALMA Sierk van Terwisga 15:45-16:00 The discovery of molecular gas in the nearest cool core cluster of galaxies with ALMA Aurora Simionescu 16:00~17:00 BORREL AT ALLEGRO PREMISES 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 ALMA Colloquium in the morning will be held at the Sitter Zaal on the ground floor of the Oort building.
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).