Lorentz Center - Science Requirements for a Far-InfraRed Mission (FIRM) from 17 Oct 2005 through 19 Oct 2005
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    Science Requirements for a Far-InfraRed Mission (FIRM)
    from 17 Oct 2005 through 19 Oct 2005

 
The aim of this workshop is described on the web site:

The aim of this workshop is described on the web site:

http://www.lc.leidenuniv.nl/lc/web/2005/20051017/description.php3?wsid=171

 

Note that the speakers and chairs still have to be confirmed!

Contact Frank Helmich (f.p.helmich@sron.rug.nl) or Rob Ivison (rji@roe.ac.uk) for details.

 

Monday 17 October

08:30-09:00    Coffee and registration

09:00-09:15    Introduction to the Lorentz Centre and its facilities –

 manager Lorentz Centre Martje Kruk

09:15-10:00    Overview and aim of the workshop - Chair: Ivison

09:15 -09:30   Cosmic Vision process - Jose Cernicharo

09:30 -09:50   A FIRM – what is needed from this meeting - Matt Griffin

09:50-11:00    Plenary session on star-formation - Chair: Philippe Andre

09:50-10:15    Protoplanetary disks-gas - Ewine van Dishoeck

10:15-10:35    Proto -planetary disks-dust - Jeroen Bouwman

10:35-11:00    Star-formation in our own Galaxy - Rene Liseau

11:00-11:20    Coffee

11:20-12:20    Plenary session on Evolution of (the ISM in) galaxies –

Chair:Jesus Martin-Pintado

11:20-11:50    Local galaxies in the FIR – Fabian Walter

11:50-12:20    ULIRGs - Paul v.d. Werf

12:20-12:30    logistics - Frank Helmich

12:30-13:50    Lunch

13:50-14:50    Plenary session on the far-IR background –

 Chair: Ian Smail

13:50-14:20    Formation and Evolution of galaxies - Seb Oliver

14:20-14:50    High-redshift AGN - Frank Bertoldi

14:50-15:10    Coffee and tea

15:10-15:50    General Discussion

15:50-17:00    Splinters on the above topics - and coffee/tea

17:00-19:00    Wine and cheese

 

 

 

Tuesday 18 October

Chair: Peter Barthel

09:00-09:45    Darwin Science and technical overview - Andreas Quirrenbach

09:45-10:30    SPICA

09:45-10:10    SPICA overview - Takao Nakagawa

10:10-10:30    ESI on SPICA - Bruce Swinyard

10:30-10:50    Coffee

10:50-11:35    ESA’s reference studies - Anthony Peacock

11:35-12:00    Nasa’s roadmaps – ( )

12:00-12:30    Future CMB studies - Jean -Michel Lamarre

12:30-14:00    Lunch


Chair: Fabian Walter

14:00-15:00    Aspects of a direct detection interferometer –

 Matt Griffin/David Leisawitz

15:00-16:00    Aspects of a heterodyne interferometer –

Thijs de Graauw/Wolfgang Wild

16:00-16:20    Tea

16:20-17:20    Aspects of a large single dish -Tim Hawarden/

Bruce Swinyard/David Leisawitz

17:20-18:00    General discussion

 

 

 

Wednesday 19 October

09:00-10:30    Splinters on science and technology (identification of the most important science drivers and possible technical solutions)

10:30-10:50    Coffee

10:50-12:30    Plenary session with reporting of the three groups

12:30-14:00    Lunch

14:00-17:00    Writing of the science requirements document and technology reference

documents with inclusion of roadmaps

16:30-17:00    Meeting of the scientific organizing committee

 

Note that all documents need to be finished in the first week of January in order to meet the AWG meeting at the end of January 2006

 



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