6th GalaxyEvolutionWorkshop @ Kavli IPMU

2019/6/5-7

News

2019/04/02:

The first announcement [tennet:17385]

2019/04/02:

Registration opens (deadline: Apr. 21 (Sun))

2019/04/21:

Registration for "talk" presentation was closed. Registration for "poster" and "banquet" will be closed on May 15.

2019/05/10:

The second announcement [tennet:17492]

2019/05/15:

Registration for presentation and banquet was closed.

About This Workshop

[scientific rationale]

The field of galaxy evolution covers a wide range of astrophysical scales: from the cosmic large-scale structure to a central black hole of the Milky Way Galaxy. This is a rapidly evolving field and thus it is important to understand astrophysical processes operating on various physical scales to draw a complete picture of the galaxy evolution. While a workshop focused on some specific aspects of galaxies is useful, a workshop with a broader scope essentially on everything about galaxies is highly complementary. Motivated by this, we hold a galaxy evolution workshop every June to improve our understanding of the complex nature of galaxies and their evolution over time. Here, we are pleased to announce this year's galaxy evolution workshop at the Tokyo University.
The spirit of the workshop is;
(1) present and discuss recent (and new!) results
(2) discuss what the next steps will be
We very much appreciate presentations by young scientists. We hope this workshop will make the galaxy community stronger on a long run. In the past workshops, we had talks and discussions in Japanese, but in order to further 'educate' young people, we strongly encourage presentations and discussions in English. To be specific, postdocs and staffs should speak in English, students are encouraged (but not obliged) to do so. All slides and posters should be prepared in English.
Any presentations related to galaxies (from the Milky Way to the most distant galaxies) are welcome. In addition to general science sessions, we have a focus session. We focus on the upcoming facility instrument for Subaru: Prime Focus Spectrograph. PFS is a massively multiplexed fiber spectrograph and is going to be an extremely powerful instrument to address a wide range of important astrophysical questions. The PFS team is planning a big survey and this is a great opportunity for young people to participate a big international collaboration. We will invite a few key people from the PFS collaboration and discuss how we, the Japanese community, lead the survey. We also welcome oral/poster contributions about science with PFS.
We look forward to seeing you at the workshop!

[keynote speakers]

Naoyuki Tamura Kavli IPMU PFS Overview
Kiyoto Yabe Kavli IPMU PFS Galaxy/AGN Evolution and Cosmology survey
Miho Ishigaki Tohoku University PFS Galactic Archaeology survey

[travel support]

Although our funding is limited, we offer travel support. If you would like to receive a support, please indicate that when you fill out the online registration form below by Apr. 21 (Sun). We will give priorities to speakers and students.
This workshop is supported by NAOJ and Kavli IPMU.

[code of conduct]

The organizers strongly oppose any discrimination or harassment based on gender, sexual orientation, ethnic origin, language, religion, political or other opinion, physical appearance, disability, or age. If you experience, see, or hear any speech or acts violating our policy above, do not hesitate to let us know.

Date

2019 June 5 (Wed) - 7 (Fri)

Location

The University of Tokyo, Kashiwa Library, Media Hall
Campus map

SOC

Masayuki Akiyama, Kohei Hayashi (LOC), Takuma Izumi, Masaru Kajisawa, Taiki Kawamuro, Kyoko Onishi, Tsutomu Takeuchi, Masayuki Tanaka, Kiyoto Yabe (LOC), Hidenobu Yajima

Contact

Please contact:
6th-galaxyevolutionworkshop (add @googlegroups.com)

Past Workshops

GalaxyEvolutionWorkshop2014(1st)
GalaxyEvolutionWorkshop2015(2nd)
GalaxyEvolutionWorkshop2016(3rd)
GalaxyEvolutionWorkshop2017(4th)
GalaxyEvolutionWorkshop2018(5th)

Program

6/5 (Wed)
10:30 10:40 Logistics
10:40 10:58 Takuji Yamashita NAOJ High-z Radio Galaxy Survey with Subaru HSC abst
10:58 11:16 Xuheng Ding UCLA The mass relations between supermassive Black Holes and their host galaxies at 1 abst
11:16 11:34 Wenting Wang Kavli IPMU The stellar halo of isolated central galaxies in the Hyper Suprime-Cam imaging survey abst
11:34 11:52 Shu Horie Hokkaido U. Star Formation in a Barred Spiral Galaxy in Simulations abst
11:52 13:00 Lunch
13:00 13:18 Yu Morinaga Chiba U. Statistical properties of substructures around Milky Way-sized halos and their implications for the formation of stellar streams abst
13:18 13:36 Anna Lisa Varri U. Tokyo Blurring the star cluster - galaxy divide abst
13:36 13:54 Kohei Hayashi U. Tokyo ICRR Pseudo phase space density of dark matter halos in the dwarf spheroidals abst
13:54 14:09 Poster machine-gun talks 1
14:09 14:40 Coffee break
14:40 14:58 Kohei Ichikawa Tohoku U. Complete infrared view of Swift/BAT AGN abst
14:58 15:16 Satoshi Yamada Kyoto U. Structure of AGN Tori in Merging Galaxies Revealed by Mid-infrared and X-ray Observations abst
15:16 15:34 Akatoki Noboriguchi Ehime U. Discovery of blue-excess dust obscured galaxies abst
15:34 15:49 Poster machine-gun talks 2
15:49 16:20 Coffee break
16:20 16:38 Huang Ting-Chi SOKENDAI ISAS/JAXA The treasury of the AKARI NEP field: AGN selection by SED fitting and galaxy cluster candidates abst
16:38 16:56 Taiki Kawamuro NAOJ An X-ray study of two Green Pea galaxies abst
16:56 17:14 Taira Oogi Kavli IPMU Exploring the AGN clustering using a semi-analytic model of galaxy formation abst
17:14 19:00 Poster session
6/6 (Thu)
09:30 09:48 Tsutomu Takeuchi Nagoya U. Galaxy Evolution from Machine Learning abst
09:48 10:06 Shigeki Inoue Tsukuba U. / NAOJ Dependence of galactic clumpiness on ISM models for high-density gas in cosmological simulations abst
10:06 10:24 Shohei Aoyama ASIAA Hydrodynamical simulation with size distribution evolution abst
10:24 10:42 Sayaka Nagasaki Nagoya U. A New Dust Evolution Model in Galaxies with Gas Infall abst
10:42 11:15 Coffee break
11:15 11:33 Kiyoaki Omori Nagoya U. Investigating the Star Formation History of Local Interacting Galaxies abst
11:33 11:51 Andrea Silva NAOJ The Star Formation Properties of Merging Galaxies at z<2.5 abst
11:51 12:09 Tomoko Suzuki Tohoku U. / NAOJ Extended star-forming region within star-forming galaxies in a dense proto-cluster core at z =2.53 abst
12:09 12:27 Makoto Ando U. Tokyo Exploring Galaxy Proto-Cluster Cores at z~2 abst
12:27 13:30 Lunch & Conference photo
PFS session
13:30 14:00 Naoyuki Tamura Kavli IPMU Subaru Prime Focus Spectrograph -- Overview of the project and instrumentation -- abst
14:00 14:30 Kiyoto Yabe Kavli IPMU PFS SSP survey plan and PFS Galaxy/AGN Evolution and Cosmology survey abst
14:30 15:00 Miho N. Ishigaki Tohoku U. Galactic Archaeology with PFS abst
15:00 15:45 Discussion
15:45 16:15 Coffee break
16:15 16:33 Yutaka Hirai RIKEN Enrichment of Heavy Elements in Local Group Galaxies abst
16:33 16:51 Takanobu Kirihara Chiba U. Effect of interstellar objects on metallicity of low-mass first stars formed in a cosmological model abst
16:51 17:09 Nao Fukagawa SOKENDAI / Tohoku U. Gas inflow and outflow of star-forming galaxies around cosmic noon as revealed by chemical evolution abst
17:09 17:27 Kazuki Kato Tsukuba U. Effects of periodic supernova feedbacks on the formation of UDGs and the cusp-to-core transformation in CDM halos abst
17:27 17:45 Yoshiyuki Yajima Hokkaido U. CO(J=2-1)/CO(J=1-0) ratio in nearby galaxies abst
17:45 19:00 Margin
19:00 Banquet
6/7 (Fri)
09:30 09:48 Kazuo Makishima Kavli IPMU Effects of X-ray emitting hot plasmas on the galaxy evolution abst
09:48 10:06 Tetsuro Asano U. Tokyo Environmental impacts on star-forming galaxies in a z ∼ 0.9 cluster during the course of galaxy accretion abst
10:06 10:24 Tao Wang U. Tokyo Environmental effects on massive galaxy formation in the most distant X-ray cluster at z=2.51 abst
10:24 10:42 Yongming Liang SOKENDAI / NAOJ Correlation between galaxy and IGM at z=2.2 based on MAMMOTH overdensities mapped by HSC abst
10:42 11:12 Coffee break
11:12 11:30 John Silverman Kavli IPMU Star formation in luminous QSOs with ALMA abst
11:30 11:48 Xiaoyang Chen Tohoku U. Trace the co-evolution path of SMBHs and spheroids with ULIRGs selected from AKARI/Herschel catalogs abst
11:48 12:06 Alessandro Trani U. Tokyo Density cusps around supermassive black holes as nurseries of gravitational wave events abst
12:06 12:24 Naoto Yoshinari U. Tokyo Dynamical evolution of globular clusters using N-body simulation abst
12:24 13:30 Lunch break
13:30 13:48 Satoshi Yamanaka Waseda U. New method for probing Lyman continuum galaxies with high LyC escape fraction abst
13:48 14:06 Kei Ito SOKENDAI / NAOJ The brightest UV-selected galaxies in protoclusters at z ∼ 4: Ancestors of Brightest Cluster Galaxies? abst
14:06 14:24 Kai Kono Nagoya U. The evolution of radio luminosity function of star forming galaxies and AGNs up to $z\sim 5.5$ abst
14:24 14:42 Haibin Zhang U. Tokyo Photometric and Spectroscopic Properties of Lya Blobs at z=4.9-7.0 abst
14:42 15:00 Yuichi Harikane NAOJ Spectroscopic Identifications of Early Large Scale Structures with Protoclusters Over 200 Mpc at z~6-7: Strong Associations of Dusty Star-Forming Galaxies abst
15:00 15:18 Shotaro Kikuchihara U. Tokyo Early Low-Mass Galaxies and Star-Cluster Candidates at z~6-9 abst
15:18 15:28 Closing remarks
Poster
P1 Chihiro Kondo Nagoya U. Spatially Resolved Scaling Laws in Galaxies abst
P2 Daiki Kimura Tohoku U. Chemical evolution of cluster galaxies at z=1.5 revealed with gaseous metallicity with Keck and gas mass with ALMA abst
P3 Keita Fukushima Osaka U. 原始銀河団内ガスの金属組成比の時間進化 abst
P4 Naoaki Yamamoto Tohoku U. Various evolutionary stages of galaxy clusters at high redshifts abst
P5 Ryotaro Konishi Osaka Pref. U. Investigating physical properties of molecular gas in the disk of NGC253 abst
P6 Shigeru Namiki SOKENDAI Inflow and outflow parameters of nearby galaxies revealed by SDSS and ALFALFA abst
P7 Tomoaki Ishiyama Chiba U. A tutorial on cosmological N-body simulations databases abst
P8 Umi Kobayashi NAOJ / SOKENDAI Influence of galaxy mergers on AGN activities and the environment of merging galaxies abst
P9 Yoshiki Toba Kyoto U. Dusty radio galaxies with high SFR, AGN luminosity, and Eddington ratio discovered by Subaru/HSC and VLA/FIRST abst
P10 Zhiying Mao Tohoku U. Environmental quenching of galaxies at z~1 abst
P11 Masayuki Tanaka NAOJ Past and Future of the Galaxy Evolution Workshop abst
P12 Naoki Yonekura Ehime U. Star formation activity of massive galaxies in the protocluster near 53W002 at z = 2.4 abst
P13 Ken Mawatari U. Tokyo ICRR Physical interpretation for correlation between dust attenuation and star-formation rate abst
P14 Karin Shimodate U. Tokyo ICRR AGN luminosity function in z~4-5 with HSC-SSP survey abst
P15 Yuma Sugahara U. Tokyo ICRR Fast Outflows Identified in Early Star-Forming Galaxies at z = 5–6 abst
P16 Abednego Wiliardy Osaka U. TBD abst