Australia-ESO Conference 2019

Australia-ESO Conference 2019


2019 Elizabeth and Frederick White research Conference on

Linking galaxies from the Epoch of initial star-formation to today

Australia-ESO joint conference 18-22 February 2019

Rydges World Square Center, Sydney, Australia

The programme for the talks is posted. Please check the Program tab.

Over the last two decades, the surveys mapping the Universe have made clear that star-formation activity peaks about 10 billion years ago (known as ‘cosmic noon’). The driver of this behaviour is still an open area of research. A better understanding of star-forming regions and physical processes is required to explain its rise and fall around ‘cosmic noon’. With existing observational resources, we are able to resolve many detailed questions about the physical processes driving galaxy formation and evolution, including:

 

  • The enrichment of interstellar medium (ISM) with metals and dust and their effects on star-formation
  • Gas infall from and outflow to the intergalactic medium
  • The role of galaxy environment and mergers
  • Triggering mechanisms of starbursts and active galactic nuclei and their feedback to the surrounding medium
  • The role and impact of gas dynamics and stellar kinematics
 
Cosmological simulations (Illustris, EAGLE, FIRE) indicate that the ISM and its constituents are important to understand galaxy formation but are poorly constrained. The discrepancy between observations and simulations is because the roles and physics of the above-mentioned processes are not well understood.
 
This conference will focus on:
  • Defining synergies between Australia and other ESO communities to follow up existing and planned optical and radio surveys to maximise impact and establish a better understanding of galaxy formation and evolution.
  • Defining questions for simulators to test and improve their simulations.
  • Encouraging interactions and collaborations between observers, theorist, and simulators internationally.

The five day conference will be at the Rydges World Square Conference Centre at 389 Pitt Street, Sydney, NSW, 2000.

 
See the tabs above for a list of childcare facilities, accommodation, and visa requirements. There will some funding support available for students.
 

For more information, feel free to contact the Conference Local Organising Committee at esoaus_loc@aao.gov.au.

 

Code of Conduct

 

It is required that all participants at this conference abide by a Code of Conduct. By registering for this workshop you acknowledge that you have read this code of conduct and will respect it. Anyone who wishes to report a violation of this policy is asked to speak confidentially to one of the meeting organisers.

 

Invited Speakers

  • Magda Arnaboldi
  • Yannick Bahé
  • Peter Behroozi
  • Julia Bryant
  • Sebastiano Cantalupo
  • Diane Cormier
  • Rob Crain
  • Scott Croom
  • Luke Davies
  • Sara Ellison
  • Michele Fumagali
  • Chris Harrison
  • Chang-Goo Kim
  • Baerbel Koribalski
  • Claudia Lagos
  • Annalisa Pillepich
  • Bianca Poggianti
  • Nicholas Seymour
  • Rhea-Silvia Remus
  • Martin Sparre
  • Lister Staveley-Smith
  • Linda Tacconi
  • Michele Trenti
  • Joel Vernet

Scientific Organising Committee

  • Tayyaba Zafar (Chair, AAO/MQ)
  • Andrew Hopkins (Co-Chair, AAO/MQ)
  • Carlos de Breuck (ESO)
  • Richard McDermid (MQ)
  • Paola Andreani (ESO)
  • Magda Arnaboldi (ESO)
  • Sarah Brough (UNSW)
  • Lise Christensen (KU)
  • Michelle Cluver (Swinburne)
  • Elisabete L. da Cunha (ANU)
  • Roger Davies (Oxford)
  • Rajeshwari Dutta (ESO)
  • Caroline Foster (USyd)
  • Claudia Lagos (ICRAR)
  • Allison Man (Dunlap)
  • Palle Møller (ESO)
  • Matthew Owers (MQ)
  • Sambit Roychowdhury (IAS, Orsay)
  • Martin Zwaan (ESO)

Conference Organisers

  • Tayyaba Zafar (AAO/MQ)
  • Andrew Hopkins (AAO/MQ)
  • Carlos de Breuck (ESO)
  • Richard McDermid (MQ)
  • Paola Andreani (ESO)
Local Organising Committee
  • Taylah Beard (MQ)
  • Michael Cowley (USQ/MQ)
  • Danica Draskovic (MQ)
  • Gregory Goldstein (MQ)
  • Ángel R. Lopez-Sánchez (AAO)
  • Lachlan Marnoch (MQ)
  • Stuart Ryder (AAL/MQ)
  • Tayyaba Zafar (Chair, AAO/MQ)

Sponsors

  • Australian Academy of Science (AAS)
  • Department of Industry Innovation and Science, Australia
  • European Southern Observatory (ESO)
  • Research Centre for Astronomy, Astrophysics & Astrophotonics, Macquarie University (MQAAAStro)
  • The International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research (ICRAR)
  • CSIRO Astronomy and Space Science (CASS)
  • Astronomy Australia Limited (AAL)

Registration and Call for Papers

Registration is open from 21st August 2018 and closes on 4th January 2019. Payment of the registration fee (A$410) will be by invoice, to be issued after registration is submitted. The registration fee includes morning and afternoon coffee breaks, lunches, the cocktail reception (17th February 2019, Sunday evening), and a gift. The conference dinner fee will be charged separately. There are limited funds available towards childcare and student conference fee registration concession. Please indicate in your registration if you would like to take advantage of these.

The deadline for submitting an abstract for a talk is 3rd December 2018. Abstracts for posters are accepted until Registration closes on 4th January 2019.

Personal details
Please provide full address of the University/Institute for invoicing purposes.
Scientific details
You may submit abstracts for a talk, a poster, both, or none. You may use LaTeX code in this section.

It is required that all participants at this conference abide by a Code of Conduct. Please confirm that you have read the code by indicating in the checkbox below.

Code of Conduct
Miscellaneous details
Conference Dinner fee $100. Conference Dinner will be on Thursday 21 February, 6:30pm - 10:00pm
If you wish to bring guests to the dinner, please select a number. Each guest will be charged $100.
Limited childcare funding is available. Please visit Childcare tab for more information.

Australia-ESO 2019 Conference Participants

First name Last Name Institution
Tayyaba Zafar AAO-MQ
Stuart Ryder Macquarie University/AAL
Danica Draskovic Macquarie University
Andrew Hopkins Macquarie University
Giulia Santucci UNSW
Paola Andreani ESO
Lilian Garratt-Smithson ICRAR, University of Western Australia
Francois Rigaut ANU
Mireia Montes UNSW Sydney
Rajeshwari Dutta European Southern Observatory
Taylah Beard Macquarie University
Michael Cowley USQ/MQ
Yannick Bahé Sterrewacht Leiden
Luke Davies ICRAR, University of Western Australia
Chris Harrison ESO (Germany)
Aaron Ludlow ICRAR UWA
Flora Stanley Department of Space, Earth and Environment, Chalmers University
Mahdieh Navabi The Institute for Research in Fundamental Sciences (IPM)
Hossein Zarei Oshtolagh University of Tehran
Connor Bottrell University of Victoria
Sambit Roychowdhury Institut d'Astrophysique Spatiale, Universite Paris-Sud
ASNAKEW BELETE FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OF RIO GRANDE DO NORTE (UFRN)
Mallory Thorp University of Victoria
Henry Kevins African Scientist Society
Heath Jones University of Newcastle
Joss Bland-Hawthorn Sydney Institute for Astronomy
MOISE BLAISE STEPHANE SAPOUMA EMMAPRO
Ruby Wright International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research (ICRAR) - University of Western Australia (UWA)
Karl Glazebrook Swinburne
Michele Trenti University of Melbourne
Lise Christensen Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen
Carlos De Breuck ESO
Glenn Kacprzak Swinburne
Nicholas Seymour ICRAR/Curtin
Anshu Gupta University of New South Wales
Sara Ellison University of Victoria
Kirsty Butler Sterrewacht Leiden
Magda Arnaboldi ESO
Florent Renaud Lund University
Isabella Cortzen Cosmic Dawn Center (DAWN) (at the Niels Bohr Institute)
Francesco D'Eugenio Ghent University
Hidenori Matsui Asahikawa National College of Technology
Jorge Moreno Pomona College
Aditi Vijayan Raman Research Institute, Indian Institute of Science
Jessica Sutter University of Wyoming
Duncan Forbes Swinburne University
Smriti Mahajan Indian Institute of Science Education and Research Mohali
Mahavir Sharma ICRAR Curtin
Ivana Barisic Max Planck Institute for Astronomy
Martin Sparre Potsdam University
Rebecca Mayes University of Queensland
Zuhad Nisar Comsats University islamabad pakistan
Rafael Logroño-García Centro de Estudios de Física del Cosmos de Aragón (CEFCA)
Alessandro Sonnenfeld Leiden Observatory
Enrico Di Teodoro Australian National University
Lachlan Marnoch Macquarie University
Deanne Fisher Swinburne University
Peter Mitchell Leiden Observatory
Sowgat Muzahid Leiden Observatory
Gonzalo Diaz Gemini Observatory
Tara Fetherolf University of California, Riverside
Diane Cormier CEA Saclay
Claudia Lagos ICRAR/UWA
Bianca Poggianti INAF-OAPd
Sarah Brough UNSW
Ramona Augustin Laboratoire d'Astrophysique de Marseille / European Southern Observatory
Jesse van de Sande Sydney Institute for Astronomy, School of Physics, University of Sydney
Chiara Spiniello INAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di Capodimonte, Naples, Italy
Amir Ebadati Bazkiaei Macquarie University
Waqas Bashir Institute of Space Technology, Islamabad
Anishya Harshan UNSW-Sydney
Abhisek Mohapatra National Institute of Technology, Rourkela, India
Emily Wisnioski ANU
Robert Dzudzar Swinburne University of Technology
Tadayuki Kodama Astronomical Institute, Tohoku University
Julia Bryant University of Sydney
Rebecca Davies Max Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics
Caroline Straatman Ghent University
Muhammad Usama Bin Abbas Comsats University Islamabad Pakistan
Chang-Goo Kim Princeton University
Christian Wolf Australian National University
Tania Barone Australian National University
Joël Vernet ESO
Ivan Delvecchio Department of Astrophysics - CEA-Saclay
Louise Welsh Durham University (Centre for Extragalactic Astronomy)
Michele Cignoni Physics Department, Pisa University
Marianne Girard Geneva Observatory
Jean-Baptiste Jolly Chalmers, University of Technology
Themiya Nanayakkara Leiden Observatory
Scott Croom University of Sydney
Nikki Nielsen Swinburne University of Technology
Tomoko Suzuki Tohoku University/NAOJ
Yu-Yen Chang ASIAA
YVES TCHOFO NZALEWO TRACTAFRIC-EQUIPMENT CAMEROUN
Siddhartha Gupta Raman Research Institute and Indian Institute of Science
Jérémy Fensch ESO - Garching
Sree Oh Australian National University
Adriano Poci Macquarie University
Danilo Marchesini Tufts University
Simon Mutch The University of Melbourne
Kshitija Kelkar Raman Research Institution
Yiqing Liu Oxford University
Sarah Leslie MPIA
Remco van der Burg ESO Garching
Anne Klitsch European Southern Observatory
Aleksandra Hamanowicz European Southern Observatory
Aitazaz Saqlain Kiani Saqlain Kiani Comsats University Islamabad Pakistan
Larry Sin ETH Zurich
Irene Pintos-Castro University of Toronto
Matteo Bianconi University of Birmingham
Luidhy Santana da Silva Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
Chian-Chou Chen ESO
Mainak Singha University of Manitoba
Baptiste Faure CEA Saclay - Astrophysics department
Visal Sok York University
Mina Pak Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute (KASI) & UST
Chiara D'Eugenio University of Paris Diderot(Paris 7)/ CEA Saclay
Gabriele Pezzulli ETH Zurich
Sheona Urquhart The Open University
Michael Murphy Swinburne University of Technology
Paul Frédéric Robert Swinburne University of Technology
Aaron Wilkinson Sterrenkundig Observatorium, Universiteit Gent
Lucia Armillotta Australian National University
Daniele Sorini Institute for Astronomy, University of Edinburgh
Ayoub Ouyhia Victor Hugo
Tahere Parto Alzahra University
Shahrzad Dehghani Alzahra University
Issa Ally Dakawa Investment Pty ltd
Gandhali Joshi Max Planck Institute for Astronomy
I-Ting Ho Max Planck Institute for Astronomy
Sebastian Lopez U. de Chile
Josha van Houdt MPIA
Bernd Husemann Max Planck Institute for Astronomy
Caroline Foster The University of Sydney
Chiara Circosta European Southern Observatory
Tjitske Starkenburg Flatiron Institute
Brent Groves Australian National University
Matthew Bayliss MIT
Henry Poetrodjojo Australian National University
Angel Lopez-Sanchez Australian Astronomical Optics, Macquarie University
Garry Foran Swinburne University of Technology
Lister Staveley-Smith ICRAR/UWA
Jaime Salcido Liverpool John Moores University
Allison Man Dunlap Institute for Astronomy & Astrophysics, University of Toronto
Nic Scott University of Sydney
Madusha Gunawardhana Leiden Observatory
Mario Sanfrutos IA-UNAM
Mathew Varidel The University of Sydney
Richard McDermid Macquarie University
Martin Zwaan ESO
Martin Bourne IoA/KICC, University of Cambridge
Christoph Saulder Korea Institute for Advanced Study
Di Wang The University of Sydney
Yusuke Miyamoto NAOJ
Rebecca McElroy Max Planck Institute for Astronomy
Bitten Gullberg Durham University
Jacob Crossett University of Birmingham
Eelco van Kampen ESO
priscilla chauke Max-Planck-Institut für Astronomie
Matthew Colless ANU
Sthabile Kolwa ESO
Annagrazia Puglisi CEA-Saclay
Allison Noble Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Ghazaleh Erfanianfar Max Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics
Matthew Lehnert Institut d'Astrophysique de Paris
Lyndsay Old European Space Astronomy Centre (ESA)
Helmut Dannerbauer Instituto de Astrofísica de Canarias
Drew Brisbin Universidad Diego Portales
Guoqi Xing Eye hospital
Nimisha Kumari University of Cambridge
Antonello Calabro' CEA Saclay
Annalisa Pillepich MPIA Heidelberg
Sebastiano Cantalupo ETH Zurich
Tahere Parto Alzahra University
Baerbel Koribalski CSIRO Astronomy and Space Science
Shahrzad Dehghani Alzahra University
Rhea-Silvia Remus University Observatory Munich (USM)
Maryam Arabsalmani University of Melbourne
Peter Behroozi University of Arizona
john kulick University of Connecticut
Khanal Lochan Tribhuvan University, Amrit Campus, Nepal

For more information, feel free to contact the Conference Local Organising Committee at esoaus_loc@aao.gov.au.

Registration open 21st August 2018
Talk abstract deadline 3rd December 2018
Announcement of talks 15th December 2018
Registration deadline 4th January 2019
Reception 17th February 2019
Conference dates 18th - 22nd February 2019

The conference programme is available now. The poster submission is still open. If you like to register a poster, please either sign up or send an email to esoaus_loc@aao.gov.au to consider your talk submission as a poster. There is time dedicated to poster presentation during each session.

Programme 

5:00 – 8:00pm

Conference Registration and Reception

                                                               Day 1: Monday, 18 February 2019

9:00 – 9:30am

Opening Remarks by Fred Watson (DIIS) and Eric Emsellem (ESO)

 

9:30 – 9:55am

Current/Future ESO/Australia surveys and instruments

IFS surveys and the synergy with ESO capabilities (Julia Bryant)

9:55 – 10:30am

Morning tea break

 

10:30 – 10:55am

10:55 – 11:20am

11:20 – 11:45am

11:45 – 12:10pm

12:10 – 12:25pm

Current/Future ESO/Australia surveys and instruments

Unravelling Galaxy Evolution With The Next Generation of Redshift Surveys (Luke Davies)

Wallaby Early Science Results (Lister Staveley-Smith)

ESO's current and future instrumentation (Joel Vernet)

Current and Future ESO surveys (Magda Arnaboldi)

MAVIS, a VLT instrument: Sharper than JWST, deeper than HST (Francois Rigaut)

12:25 – 1:30pm

Lunch

 

1:30 – 1:55pm

1:55 – 2:10pm

2:10 – 2:25pm

2:25 – 2:40pm

2:40 – 2:55pm

2:55 – 3:00pm

Galaxy formation and evolution throughout cosmic time

Galaxy formation and evolution as seen by integral field spectroscopy (Scott Croom)

Towards Understanding the Origin and Evolution of Ultra-Diffuse Galaxies (Remco van der Burg)

Deciphering the Evolution of Galaxy Kinematics and Large Scale Structure Using Observed Lyman-alpha Relationships (Garry Foran)

Linking the cosmic evolution galaxy SFR, stellar mass and morphology (Sarah Lisle)

An HSC view of the CMASS galaxy sample. Halo mass as a function of stellar mass, size and Sérsic index. (Alessandro Sonnenfeld)

Poster sparklers in 5 minutes

3:00 – 3:30pm

Afternoon tea break

 

3:30 – 3:55pm

3:55 – 4:10pm

4:10 – 4:25pm

4:25 – 4:40pm

4:40 – 4:55pm

4:55 – 5:10pm

5:10 – 5:15pm

Galaxy formation and evolution throughout cosmic time

Galaxy assembly, outflows and the evolution of disks with IllustrisTNG (Annalisa Pillepich)

Spatially resolving star-forming regions within galaxies in a dense proto-cluster core at z=2.53 (Tomoko Suzuki)

The formation of ultra-compact dwarf galaxies and their black holes in a cosmological simulation (Rebacca Mayes)

The Stellar Mass Growth of Galaxies Since z=5 from Abundance Matching: Observations Meet Simulations (Danilo Marchesini)

The Baleful Cloud of Numerics Covering Galaxy Formation Simulations (Aaron Ludlow)

Exotic galaxies as tests for hydrodynamical simulations (Christoph Saulder)

Poster sparklers in 5 minutes

Day 2: Tuesday, 19 February 2019

 

9:00 – 9:25am

9:25 – 9:40am

9:40 – 9:55am

9:55 – 10:10am

10:10 – 10:25am

10:25 – 10:30am

Galaxy formation and evolution in the early Universe

Galaxy Formation and Evolution in the Early Universe: A Radio Perspective (Nick Seymour)

High resolution ALMA imaging of SMGs (Bitten Gullberg)

Diffuse Ionised Gas in galaxies: connection to star formation and impact on measurements (Brent Groves)

Connecting observations of the first galaxies and the Epoch of Reionisation (Simon Mutch)

Early contributions from sub-L* galaxies to the metals in CGM at z>5 (Gonzalo Diaz)

Poster sparklers in 5 minutes

9:55 – 10:30am

Morning tea break

 

11:00 – 11:25am

11:25 – 11:40am

11:40 – 11:55am

11:55 – 12:10pm

12:10 – 12:25pm

12:25 – 12:30pm

Galaxy formation and evolution in the early Universe

Galaxy formation and evolution in the early universe (Michele Trenti)

The Fornax Cluster VLT Spectroscopic SURVEY (FVSS): 
Planetary Nebualae kinematics within 200 kpc of the cluster core (Chiara Spiniello)

Constraining feedback models with Giant Ly-alpha nebulae at z~3 (Gabriele Pezzulli)

Hierarchical fragmentation in high redshift galaxies revealed by hydrodynamical simulations and strong gravitational lensing (Baptiste Faure)

Jeans models in LEGA-C: rotational support at 0.6<z<1.0 (Jousha van Houdt)

Poster sparklers in 5 minutes

12:30 – 1:30pm

Lunch

 

1:30 – 1:55pm

1:55 – 2:10pm

2:10 – 2:25pm

2:25 – 2:40pm

2:40 – 2:55pm

2:55 – 3:00pm

Star formation

Star Formation and Gas in Galaxies (Baerbel Koribalski)

An upclose view of turbulent, clumpy galaxies (Deanne Fisher)

Star formation histories of z~1 galaxies in Lega-C (Priscilla Chauke)

The impact of radio jets and star formation on massive galaxies: Feedback on galaxy to halo scales (Matthew Lehnertf)

Lessons Learned from the Definitive Spectral Atlas of Star-forming Galaxies at Cosmic Noon (Matthew Bayliss)

Poster sparklers in 5 minutes

3:00 – 3:30pm

Afternoon tea break

 

3:30 – 3:55pm

3:33 – 4:10pm

4:10 – 4:25pm

4:25 – 4:40pm

4:40 – 4:55pm

4:55 – 5:10pm

5:10 – 5:15pm

Star formation

Star formation (Chang-Goo Kim)

The extension of the cold gas in z>1 galaxies as seen with ALMA (Annagrazia Puglisi)

A widespreading Halpha over the compact cold dust continuum in z~2 dusty star-forming galaxies (Chian-Chou Chen)

MUSE reveals metal-enriched absorbers in the CGM of a radio galaxy at z=2.9  (Sthabile Kolwa)

The influence of galaxy morphology, shape and structure on the mean stellar population age and metallicity (Nic Scott)

Star formation histories of the LEGUS dwarf galaxies (Michele Cignoni)

Poster sparklers in 5 minutes

Day 3: Wednesday, 20 February 2019

 

9:00 – 9:25am

9:25 – 9:40am

9:40 – 9:55am 

9:55 – 10:10am

10:10 – 10:25am

10:25 – 10:30am

Enrichment of interstellar medium with metals and dust and their effect on star formation

Properties of the interstellar medium and star formation in low-metallicity galaxies (Diane Cormier)

Tracing the mass-metallicity relation of star-forming galaxies at high redshifts using GRB-selected galaxies (Maryam Arabsalmani)

The chemical evolution carousel of spiral galaxies: a 3D view of ISM metallicity with PHANGS-MUSE and TYPHOON (I-Ting Ho)

The gas-to-dust cycle in low metallicity dwarf galaxies using  spatially resolved measurements (Sambit RoyChouwdry)

A molecular view of the cosmic baryon cycle (Anne Klitsch)

Poster sparklers in 5 minutes

9:55 – 10:30am

Morning tea break

 

11:00 – 11:25am

11:25 – 11:40am

11:40 –11:55am

11:55 – 12:10pm

12:10 – 12:25pm

12:55 – 12:30pm

Enrichment of interstellar medium with metals and dust and their effect on star formation

Enrichment of ISM with metals and dust and their effect on SF (Claudia Lagos)

Where are the most ancient stars in the Milky Way today? (Joss Bland-Hawthorn)

A VLT/MUSE analysis of HeIIλ1640 emitters at z=2-4 (Themiya Nanayakkara)

Using [CII] 158 micron Emission from Isolated ISM Phases as an Improved Star-Formation Rate Indicator (Jessica Sutter)

Investigating molecular gas at ~500 pc scales in a star forming disk galaxy at z~2 (Drew Brisbin)

Poster sparklers in 5 minutes

12:30 – 1:30pm

Lunch

 

1:30 – 1:55pm

1:55 – 2:10pm

2:10 – 2:25pm

2:25 – 2:40pm

2:40 – 2:55pm

2:55 – 3:00pm

Gas in/outflows

The Azimuthal Distribution of CGM Metallicity Around Galaxies (Glenn Kacprzak)

A MUSE-ALMA view of the physics of star formation and feedback at high angular resolution in nearby galaxies (Rebecca McElory)

Tracing the Milky Way outflow with the 21cm atomic hydrogen emission line (Enrico Di Teodoro)

Properties and Scaling Relations of Ionized Gas Outflows at z~1-3 (Rebecca Davies)

Transition of gas accretion mode in proto-clusters at the cosmic noon (Tadayuki Kodama)

Poster sparklers in 5 minutes

3:00 – 3:30pm

Afternoon tea break

 

3:30 – 3:55pm

3:55 – 4:10pm

4:10 – 4:25pm

4:25 – 4:40pm

4:40 – 4:55pm

4:55 – 5:10pm

5:10 – 5:25pm

Gas in/outflows

Gas in and out flows (Rob Crain)

Galactic chimney sweeping: the fate of gas in galaxies (Lilian Garratt-Smithson)

The baryon cycle in the Eagle simulations (Peter Mitchell)

Outflows in z~6 quasars (Flora Stanley)

Young stellar populations in the Antennae galaxies (Madusha Gunawardhana)

Disentangling galaxy formation through radial gradients (Francesco D'Eugenio)

IllustrisTNG simulations: Chemical pre-processing of star-forming cluster galaxies over the past 10 billion years (Anshu Gupta)

Day 4: Thursday, 21 February 2019

 

9:00 – 9:25am

9:25 – 9:40am

9:40 – 9:55am

9:55 – 10:10am

10:10 – 10:25am

10:25 – 10:30am

Gas dynamics and stellar kinematics

A 3D view of the intergalactic medium in fluorescent Ly-alpha emission (Sebastiano Cantalupo)

Hi-KIDS: The HI KOALA IFS Dwarf galaxy Survey (Angel Lopez-Sanchez)

Kinematics of low-mass galaxies at 0.6<z<3.5 (Marianne Girard)

MUSEQuBES CGM Surveys: From Low-z Star-forming Galaxies to High-z Lyman-alpha Emitters (Sowgat Muzahid)

Dynamical masses at z~1 with the LEGA-C survey (Caroline Straatman)

Poster sparklers in 5 minutes

9:55 – 10:30am

Morning tea break

 

11:00 – 11:25am

11:25 – 11:40am

 11:40 – 11:55am

11:55 – 12:10pm

12:10 – 12:25pm

12:25 – 12:30pm

Gas dynamics and stellar kinematics

Gas dynamics and stellar kinematics (Rhea-Silvia Remus)

Comparing 3D spectroscopic observations with galaxies from cosmological hydrodynamical simulations (Jesse van de Sande)

Constraining Models of Galaxy Formation with Lyman-Alpha Absorption around Halos (Daniele Sorini)

Local galaxy kinematics and dark matter content (Duncan Forbes)

An ALMA Study of Gas-Rich Galaxies in z~1.6 Galaxy Clusters (Allison Noble)

Poster sparklers in 5 minutes

12:30 – 1:30pm

Lunch

 

1:30 – 1:55pm

1:55 – 2:10pm

2:10 – 2:25pm

2:25 – 2:40pm

2:40 – 2:55pm

2:55 – 3:00pm

Role of galaxy environments and mergers

The role of mergers on galaxy evolution (Sara Ellison)

Impact of environment on molecular gas reservoirs probed in distant cluster and field galaxies (Helmut Dannerbauer)

LoCuSS: Galaxy properties in and around massive clusters at z=0.2 (Matteo Bianconi)

From starburst to quiescence: post-starburst galaxies and their large-scale clustering over cosmic time (Aaron Wilkinson)

A3376 cluster-merger system: Impact of dynamic cluster environment on galaxy evolution (Kshitija Kelkar)

Poster sparklers in 5 minutes

3:00 – 3:30pm

Afternoon tea break

 

3:30 – 3:55pm

3:55 – 4:10pm

4:10 – 4:25pm

4:25 – 4:40pm

4:40 – 4:55pm

Role of galaxy environments and mergers

Role of galaxy environment and mergers (Yannick Bahe)

Spatially resolved star formation and metallicity profiles in post-merger galaxies from MaNGA (Mallory Thorp)

The environmental dependence of the star-forming main sequence at 1<z<1.5 (Lyndsay Old)

The Effects of Diffuse Ionized Gas and Spatial Resolution on Metallicity Gradients (Henry Poetrodjojo)

Mergers at high and low redshift: what massive star clusters tell us (Florent Renaud)

6:30 – 10:00pm

Conference Dinner

Day 5: Thursday, 22 February 2019

 

9:00 – 9:25am

9:25 – 9:40am

9:40 – 9:55am

9:55 – 10:10am

10:10 – 10:25am

10:25 – 10:30am

Galaxy assembly and quenching

Gas, star formation and quenching in galaxy clusters and groups (Bianca Poggianti)

Compact star-forming galaxies, a stepping stone to quiescence at z~1-3? (Emily Wisnioski)

The MOSDEF Survey: Probing Resolved Stellar Populations at z~2 using a New Bayesian-defined Morphology Metric (Tara Fetherolf)

Passive galaxies census at z~3 (Chiara D'Eugenio)

Galaxy Outflows in the Circumgalactic Medium at Cosmic Noon (Nikki Nielsen)

Poster sparklers in 5 minutes

9:55 – 10:30am

Morning tea break

 

11:00 – 11:25am

11:25 – 11:40am

11:40 – 12:05pm

12:05 – 12:20pm

12:20 – 12:35 pm

Galaxy assembly and quenching/Starbursts and Active galactic nuclei triggering mechanism

Galaxy Quenching and Assembly: A Review (Peter Behroozi)

Lensed quiescent galaxies at z~2: what quenched their star formation? (Allison Man)

Starbursts and AGN trigering mechanism (Linda Tacconi)

What triggers high-redshift starbursts? New insights from their dust-attenuation (Antonello Calanbro)

The impact of active galactic nuclei on the life of z~2 star-forming galaxies (Chiara Circosta)

12:35– 1:30pm

Lunch

 

1:30 – 1:55pm

1:55 – 2:10pm

2:10 – 2:35pm

2:35 – 2:50pm

2:50 – 3:05pm

3:05 – 3:20pm

3:20 – 3:35pm

3:35 – 3:50pm

3:50 – 4:00 pm

Starbursts and Active galactic nuclei triggering mechanism/Active galactic nuclei Feedback

Starbursts and AGN feedback (Martin Sparre)

Structures of Dusty and AGN Host Galaxies (Yu-Yen Chang)

Impact of AGN on Massive Galaxy Evolution: Observational Signatures (Chris Harrison)

Clues on radio AGN feedback at high-redshift from deep radio surveys  (Ivan Delvecchio)

The MUSE+ALMA Haloes Survey (Aleksandra Hamanowicz)

AGN-driven ionized gas outflows are usually compact (<100pc) - First systematic results from the Close AGN Reference Survey (Mainak Singha)

A systematic study of multi-phase gas outflows in AGN with the CARS survey (Bernd Husemann)

New evidence for (and against) maintenance-mode AGN feedback at z=0-1 (Ivana Barisic)

Closing Remarks

4:00 – 4:30pm

Afternoon tea break

 

The pdf version can be downloaded from here (File type pdf iconProgramme.pdf)

 

All attendees will need to make their own travel and accommodation bookings. The tables below shows a selection of hotels recommended by the LOC.

We have heard of some scam emails related to accommodation booking. We are not providing any hotel packages. Please check when you sign up for hotels and find an accommodation of your choice.

NAME

DISTANCE

COST/NIGHT

TRANSPORT

OTHER INFO

APX World Square

2 Cunningham St, Haymarket NSW 2000

Ph: +61-2-9291-1900

200 m

$136

Within walking distance

7-minute walk from Central train station.

Rydges World Square

Ph: +61-2-8268-1888

389 Pitt St, Sydney NSW 2000

 

$169

 

Located at the Convention Centre

Meriton Suites World Tower

Ph: +61-2-8263-7500

95 Liverpool St, Sydney NSW 2000

     

5 star

Meriton Suites Campbell St

Ph: +61-2-8318-8888

6 Campbell St, Haymarket NSW 2000

 

$205

5 min walk

5 star

Vibe Hotel

Ph: +61-2-8272-3300

111 Goulburn St, Sydney NSW 2000

 

$135

5-10 min walk

4 star

Hyde Park Inn

Ph: +61-2-9264-6001

271 Elizabeth St, Sydney NSW 2000

 

$160-$194

5-10 min walk

4 star

Break Free on George

Ph: +61-2-9284-4500

653 George St, Sydney NSW 2000

 

$165

10 min walk

4 star

Ibis Hotel

Ph: +61-2-8267-3111

382/384 Pitt St, Sydney NSW 2000

 

$140

Located beside the Convention Centre

3 star

Song Hotel

Ph: +61-2-9264-2451

5-11 Wentworth Ave, Sydney NSW 2000

 

$99

10 min walk

3 star

Metro Hotel Marlow

Ph: +61-2-9281-6999
431-439 Pitt St, Haymarket NSW 2000

 

$150

5 min walk

3 star

Holiday Inn Darling Harbour

Ph: +61-2-9291-0200

68 Harbour St, Haymarket NSW 2000

 

$161

10 min walk

4 star

Travelodge Hotel Sydney

Ph: +61-2-8267-1700

27-33 Wentworth Ave, Sydney NSW 2010

 

$130

10 min walk

3 star

Big Hostel

Ph: +61-2-9281-6030

212 Elizabeth St, Surry Hills NSW 2010

 

$70 - $110

10 min walk

2 star

Maze Backpackers Hostel

Ph: +61-2-9211-5115

417 Pitt St, Haymarket NSW 2000

 

$46 - $67

5 min walk

2 star

The conference will be held at the Rydges World Square Conference Centre, which is centrally located at 389 Pitt St, Sydney NSW 2000.

It is located in Sydney's Central Business District (CBD) and is accessible by all transport modalities including car, bus, train, and shuttle. 3 train stations (Town Hall, Museum & Central stations) are only a short 10 minute walk and there are many main bus routes along Oxford, Elizabeth & George streets. The conference location is remarkable, a city block packed with trendy shops and many varieties of restaurants and bars. The location offers easy access to Sydney attractions such as Haymarket and Chinatown, the Queen Victoria Building and Pitt Street Mall, Darling Harbour, and the iconic Sydney Harbour foreshore. The conference will be in the main auditorium, the "Grand Ballroom" that accomodates 500 people (see site layout at the bottom), and there are adjacent smaller rooms (ballrooms 1 to 3) that each accomodate over 100 people. There are state of the art audiovisual facilities.
 
The transport options for visitors arriving at Sydney Airport are discussed here:
In brief:
 
By train

Sydney Airport is located just 13 minutes by train from the city. Airport Link offers a fast and convenient way to reach the conference venue with trains running approximately every 10 minutes. The train station is located at the northern end of the Sydney Airport international  terminal and is accessible from the Arrivals level; the train also stops at the domestic airport terminal. Exit the train at Town Hall station, or Museum station, then see the attached map for the 10 minute walk to Rydges World Square. It is necessary to purchase an Opal Card from the station. For more information, including fares, maps, timetables and travel planners, see  transportnsw.info.  Transportnsw.info allows you enter your origin,  destination and departure/or arrival time, and provides street and walking maps that show exact bus/train stop locations. 

Airport Shuttle bus

For visitors arriving from Sydney Airport, there are a number of Airport Shuttle buses that service the Town Hall/conference venue area. The shuttle service costs around $16 per person per trip. If you would like to book a shuttle service, please visit https://www.sydneyairport.com.au/parking-and-transport/arriving/international
 
By taxi
A taxi from Sydney Airport to Rydges World Square costs about $49; after 10 pm the price increases to around $56.


Travelling by car

If you would like to book a rental car or limosine, please visit https://www.sydneyairport.com.au/parking-and-transport/arriving/international

For locals driving with their own cars, Rydges World Square offers valet parking at a flat rate of $60.00 per day.

  

 

 

Site-Map

 

Welcome Reception

Welcome reception will be held on 17th February, 2019 at the Rydges World Square Conference Center, "The Cidery Bar and Kitchen”, 5:00-8:00 pm. The reception is covered in the registeration fee. Please check the "Getting there" tab for more information to find the venue.

The guests are not covered. If you would like to bring guests to this event, please let the LOC know at esoaus_loc@aao.gov.au. Extra $30 will be charged per additional guest.

Conference Dinner

The conference dinner will be on the evening of Thursday the 21st of February (6:30 pm-10:00 pm) and will be held in the centre of Sydney at Doltone House (Level 3, 181 Elizabeth Street, Sydney), overlooking the beautiful Hyde Park.

The dinner fee is $100. If you bring extra guest, there will be charge of extra $100 for each guest. 

For attendees needing childcare services, we recommend the World Tower Child Care facility as it is located at the conference venue and offers a 24-hour care. The service is an occasional care service and Australians can benefit from the Department of Human Services Child Care Subsidy (CCS).

The daily rates depend on the ages of each child (below 7 years) as follows:

  • 0-3 years - $160 per child, per day
  • 3-6 years - $150 per child, per day

Inclusions each day are 5 chef-prepared meals, nappies, and wipes, linen and sunscreen. All that is required for children to bring each day is a small bag with a change of clothes, a hat, and jacket for outdoor play times. Personal items such as bottles, formula, dummy, and sleeping comforters may also be brought in if necessary.

If you are selecting your child to attend the care facility, please fill out the enrollment form attached at the bottom. A copy of each child's birth certificate/passport and immunisation history statement will also be required for enrolment. All documentation can be sent to Natalie Debes (natalie@worldtowerchildcare.com.au) when you are ready. Please refer the conference in your correspondence to benefit from regular rates rather than casual rates.

For international attendees, the conference will provide some daily subsidy to assist towards the cost. Funding is limited and on a first-come, first served basis!

PDF iconWTCC_Routine_Enrolment_Form_2018.pdf

PDF iconInformation_Booklet.pdf

All travellers to Australia must have a valid visa before boarding their plane.

Participants require either a eVisitor (subclass 651) or an Electronic Travel Authority (subclass 601) visa or a Visitor Visa (subclass 600). You can use the Visit Australia website of the Australian Government to help you decide the visa you need for entering Australia.

The eVisitor (subclass 651) visa is free and it is available for short (up to 3 months) visits or for business visitor purposes. Participants must apply for it at least 2 weeks before traveling to Australia and must have a passport of certain countries (including Austria, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, The Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and the U.K.). Please check the details of your case in the eVisitor (subclass 651) visa webpage.

The a Electronic Travel Authority (ETA, subclass 601) visa costs 20 AUD and it is available for short (up to 3 months) visits or for business visitor purposes. Participants must apply for it at least 2 weeks before traveling to Australia and must have a passport of certain countries (including Austria, Canada, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Portugal, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, the U.K. and the U.S.A.). Please check the details of your case in a the Electronic Travel Authority (ETA, subclass 601) visa webpage.

The Visitor Visa (subclass 600) visa costs 135-340 AUD and it is available for short (up to 3 months) visits or for business visitor purposes. Depending on nationalities, participants must apply for it at least 2 months before traveling to Australia. A passport holder of any country other than the ones mentioned above could apply for this visa class. Please check the details of your case in the Visitor Visa (subclass 600) visa webpage.

Conference participants who are not eligible to apply for an eVisitor or ETA visa need to request a "Letter of Invitation" to supplement their application. Please email esoaus_loc@aao.gov.au if you need an invitation letter or any further information.