5th GalaxyEvolutionWorkshop @ Ehime Univ.




2018/03/30: The first announcement to ASJ mailing list [tennet:16203]

2018/04/20: Registration for talks and financial support is closed

2018/05/15: The second announcement to ASJ mailing list [tennet:16325]

About This Workshop

[scientific rationale]

The field of galaxy evolution covers a wide range of astrophysical scales;from the cosmic large-scale structure to the central black hole of the Milky Way Galaxy. This is a rapidly evolving field and 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 broader workshop on essentially everything about galaxies is highly complementary. Motivated by this, we organize 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 Ehime 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 welcome 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 encourage presentations and discussions in English. To be specific, postdocs and staffs should speak in English. Students are encouraged (but not required) to speak English. All slides and posters should be prepared in English.
As usual, 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 distant galaxies this time and we plan to invite John O’Meara, who is leading the next generation satellite mission LUVOIR, to give us a keynote talk. We particularly welcome talks on distant galaxies for this session.
There is also a discussion session. We encourage everyone to speak in English at the workshop, but this will be a challenge for young people. Some of the organizers have extensive research experience at institutes outside of Japan and we are going to have a casual discussion on 'presentations and discussions in English'. This session unfortunately is going to be mostly in Japanese, but you are of course welcome to join.
We look forward to seeing you at the workshop!

[workshop philosophy]

- Ask questions anytime you like. Feel free to interrupt the speaker.
- No video conference and no microphone. Just speak up when you ask a question.
- Do not present your paper from 2 years ago. We want to see your new results!
- If you ask for travel support, you must ask questions at least 3 times during the workshop. We may prepare special seats for you (i.e., seats in the upfront).

[keynote speakers]

John O'Meara(Saint Michael's College)The lifecycle of galaxies from inside, outside, and in between: the transformative potential of LUVOIR
Takahiro Sumi(Osaka University)WFIRST
Ken Nagamine(Osaka University)英語での議論の極意1 (in Japanese)
Tsutomu Takeuchi(Nagoya University)英語での議論の極意2 (in Japanese)

[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 by Apr. 20. We will give priorities to speakers and students.
This workshop is supported by NAOJ.


2018 June 6 (Wed) - 8 (Fri)


Ehime University, Center for Information Technology
Campus map


Masayuki Akiyama, Kouji Ohta, Kyoko Onishi (LOC)
Nobunari Kashikawa, Masaru Kajisawa (LOC)
Tsutomu Takeuchi, Masayuki Tanaka, Ken Nagamine
Kiyoto Yabe, Toru Yamada


Please contact masayuki.tanaka (add @nao.ac.jp) or kiyoto.yabe (add @ipmu.jp)

Past Workshops




Note: 15 min. talk + 5 min. QA
6/6 (Wed)
13:00 - 13:10 Logistics
Session: nearby galaxies (Chair: Tanaka)
13:10 - 13:30 Moe Yoda Nagoya University Statistical Study of Star Formation Law in Nearby Galaxies [abst] [slide]
13:30 - 13:50 Abdurro'uf Tohoku University Spatially resolved stellar mass buildup and quenching of massive disk galaxies at z ~ 0-1 [abst] [slide]
13:50 - 14:10 Taiki Kawamuro NAOJ Study of X-ray Irradiated ISM around Circinus Galaxy Nucleus with Chandra and ALMA [abst] [slide]
Session: posters
14:10 - 14:50 Poster session with machine-gun talks
14:50 - 15:20 Break
Featured Session: LUVOIR (Chair: Nagamine)
15:20 - 16:20 John O'Meara Saint Michael's College The lifecycle of galaxies from inside, outside, and in between:  the transformative potential of LUVOIR [abst] [slide]
16:20 - 16:50 Takahiro Sumi Osaka University WFIRST [abst] [slide]
16:50 - 17:10 Mariko Kubo NAOJ The rest-frame optical sizes of massive galaxies with suppressed star formation at z~4 [abst] [slide]
17:10 - 17:30 Shotaro Kikuchihara Univ. of Tokyo RELICS: Identifying Strongly Lensed High-redshift Galaxies for JWST [abst] [slide]
6/7 (Thu)
Session: nearby galaxies 2 (Chair: Onishi)
09:00 - 09:20 Yoshiyuki Yajima Hokkaido University Physical Properties of Molecular Gas in Nearby Barred Spiral Galaxies [abst] [slide]
09:20 - 09:40 Fumiya Maeda Kyoto University Molecular gas and star formation in bar regions of strongly barred galaxies [abst] [slide]
09:40 - 10:00 Sakurako Okamoto NAOJ M81 galaxy archaeology with HSC [abst] [slide]
10:00 - 10:20 Tadafumi Matsuno Sokendai / NAOJ What can be learned from Gaia DR2 and the database of metal-poor stars [abst] [slide]
10:20 - 10:50 Break
Session: physical processes in galaxies (Chair: Ohta)
10:50 - 11:10 Michiko Fujii Univ. of Tokyo Modeling the Milky Way using N-body [abst] [slide]
11:10 - 11:30 Shigeki Inoue Univ. of Tokyo (Kavli IPMU) Spiral-arm instability: destabilization by magnetic fields [abst] [slide]
11:30 - 11:50 Kohei Hayashi Univ. of Tokyo (ICRR) The universal dark halo scaling relation for the dwarf satellites [abst] [slide]
11:50 - 13:40 Lunch break+Conference photo
Featured Session: 英語での議論の極意 (This is a Japanese session)
13:40 - 14:10 Kentaro Nagamine Osaka University 「英語での議論の極意」1 [abst] [slide]
14:10 - 14:40 Tsutomu Takeuchi Nagoya University 「英語での議論の極意」2 [abst] [slide]
14:40 - 15:00 Discussion
15:00 - 15:30 Break
Session: dusty galaxies (Chair: Kashikawa)
15:30 - 15:50 Shohei Aoyama ASIAA Dust properties from cosmological simulation [abst] [slide]
15:50 - 16:10 Yoshiki Toba Kyoto University / ASIAA Discovery of an Extremely Luminous Dust-obscured Galaxy Observed with SDSS, WISE, JCMT, and SMA [abst] [slide]
16:10 - 16:30 Xiaoyang Chen Tohoku University Extreme Outflow in an AKARI-selected ULIRG at z=0.5 [abst] [slide]
16:30 - 16:50 Yuki Yamaguchi Univ. of Tokyo (IoA) ALMA 26 arcmin^2 survey of GOODS-S at 1 mm: Physical properties of ALMA-selected galaxies [abst] [slide]
16:50 - 18:00 Margin
18:00 - Banquet
6/8 (Fri)
Session: active galaxies (Chair: Kajisawa)
09:00 - 09:20 Kohei Ichikawa Tohoku University / Columbia University Looking at drastic AGN luminosity decline in Arp 187 within 10^4 years [abst] [slide]
09:20 - 09:40 Takuma Izumi NAOJ The circumnuclear *multi-phase* torus in the Circinus galaxy revealed by ALMA [abst] [slide]
09:40 - 10:00 Hikari SHIRAKATA Hokkaido University Properties of AGNs predicted from a semi-analytic model of galaxy formation [abst] [slide]
10:00 - 10:20 Break
Session: from the cosmic noon to the present (Chair: Akiyama)
10:20 - 10:40 Shuhei Koyama Ehime University Do galaxy morphologies really affect the efficiency of star formation during the phase of galaxy transition? [abst] [slide]
10:40 - 11:00 Tomoko Suzuki Tohoku University / NAOJ Clumpy galaxy fractions in different environments at z~2 [abst] [slide]
11:00 - 11:20 Kazuma Mitsuda Tohoku University Evolution of Kinematic Properties of Early-Type Galaxies Investigated by Surface Photometry [abst] [slide]
11:20 - 11:40 Daichi Kashino ETH Zurich Disentangle the physical parameters for gaseous nebulae and galaxies [abst] [slide]
11:40 - 12:00 Kiyoto Yabe University of Tokyo (Kavli IPMU) Search for extremely strong emission line galaxies at z < 1 using Subaru/HSC [abst] [slide]
12:00 - 13:00 Lunch break
Session: high-z galaxies (Chair: Takeuchi)
13:00 - 13:20 Yuichi Harikane University of Tokyo (ICRR) Census of Lya, [OIII]5007, Ha, and [CII]158um Line Emission with ~1000 LAEs at z=4.9-7.0 Revealed with Subaru/HSC [abst] [slide]
13:20 - 13:40 Kimihiko Nakajima NAOJ A Hard Ionising Spectrum in z=3-4 Lyman Alpha Emitters [abst] [slide]
13:40 - 14:00 Ryota Kakuma University of Tokyo (ICRR) Cross-Correlating Lyα Intensity Mapping with z=5.7 and 6.6 LAEs: Investigating Diffuse Lyα Emission in the Extremely Large Scale at ~20-300 kpc [abst] [slide]
14:00 - 14:20 Break
Session: high-z galaxies 2 (Chair: Yabe)
14:20 - 14:40 Yuki Yoshimura University of Tokyo (IoA) ASAGAO: Clustering of faint SMGs [abst] [slide]
14:40 - 15:00 Seiji Fujimoto University of Tokyo Metal-rich Gaseous [CII] Halo Extended over 10-kpc Scale at z=5-7 [abst] [slide]
15:00 - 15:20 Final discussion and summary
P1 Kyoko Onishi Ehime University Molecular holes in the centres of nearby galaxies [abst] [slide]
P2 Shiro Mukae University of Tokyo Testing the physical origins of an Enormous Lyα Nebula at z = 2.3 by bright background galaxies [abst] [slide]
P3 Kazuharu Himoto Ehime University Quantitative morphological classification for galaxies with bursty star formation at z=0.7-0.9 in COSMOS [abst] [slide]
P4 Shuntaro Yoshida Nagoya University Extension and Unification of the Scaling Laws in Galaxies [abst] [slide]
P5 Makoto Ando University of Tokyo X-ray study of gas stripping from a infalling galaxy group towards the Virgo cluster [abst] [slide]
P6 Ryo Higuchi University of Tokyo すばるHSCを用いた原始銀河団の探査 [abst] [slide]
P7 Sayaka Nagasaki Nagoya University Relation between the dust evolution and star formation timescale in galaxies [abst] [slide]
P8 Kenta Danbayashi Kwansei Gakuin University Integrated galaxy spectra as a reference to investigate the origin of the cosmic optical background [abst] [slide]
P9 Kazuki Nishida Nagoya University Construction of a galaxy SED model including dust evolution [abst] [slide]
P10 Kai Kono Nagoya University VLA-COSMOS観測を用いたz < 5.5での電波光度進化モデルと銀河計数への制限 [abst] [slide]
P11 Kiyoaki Christopher Omori Nagoya University Investigating the properties of local interacting galaxies [abst] [slide]
P12 Daiki Kimura Tohoku University star formation galaxies in the fields at z=2~3 [abst] [slide]
P13 Sakura Takahashi Ochanomizu University ボースアインシュタイン凝縮体による超大質量ブラックホールの形成 [abst] [slide]
P15 Hajime Ogane / Kaoru Ohmoto Tohoku University 銀河構造の進化に迫るすばる望遠鏡トモグラフィー補償光学 [abst] [slide]
P16 Yosuke Furuya Yamaguchi University The estimation for types of high-z quasars observed by Japanese VLBI Network [abst] [slide]
P17 Suchetha Cooray Nagoya University An Iterative Data Reconstruction Method for Incomplete Measurements in All-Sky Surveys [abst] [slide]
P18 Shgieru Namiki SOKENDAI The environmental impacts on the Mass-Metallicity relation at z=1.52 [abst] [slide]
P19 Kei Ito SOKENDAI HSC 広視野撮像観測による z ∼ 4 Brightest Cluster Galaxy候補 の検出 [abst] [slide]
P20 Liang, Yongming NAOJ / SOKENDAI Search for the most massive over-densities at z~2.2 with Subaru HSC [abst] [slide]
P21 Miftahul Hilmi University of Tokyo (ICRR) Ionizing Photon Production Efficiency of LBGs at z = 3.8 — 5.0: Implications for Cosmic Reionization [abst] [slide]
P22 Haibin Zhang University of Tokyo Discovery of Two Giant LAEs at z=4.9 and 7.0 [abst] [slide]
P23 Chien Feng Lee University of Tokyo (IoA) Line emitter search with ALMA 3mm data [abst] [slide]
P24 Satoshi Kikuta SOKENDAI/NAOJ Lyman alpha imaging around a hyperluminous QSO at z=2.84 with HSC [abst] [slide]
P26 Taira Oogi University of Tokyo (Kavli IPMU) An empirical model for the spatial distribution of cluster galaxies [abst] [slide]
P27 Nao Fukagawa GUAS/SOKENDAI Gas inflow and outflow of star forming galaxies at redshift 1.4 as traced by chemical evolution [abst] [slide]
P28 Tsuyoshi Ishida University of Tokyo (IoA) Spatially resolved [CII] outflow in a lensed submillimeter galaxy, SDP.81 [abst] [slide]
P31 Tao Wang University of Tokyo ALMA reveals massive, HST-dark galaxies at high redshifts [abst] [slide]
P32 Trani Alessandro University of Tokyo Forming circumnuclear disks and rings in galactic nuclei: a competition between supermassive black hole and nuclear star cluster [abst] [slide]
P33 Takashi Kojima University of Tokyo Extremely Metal-poor Emission-line Galaxy Survey with Subaru/HSC [abst] [slide]
P34 Takuji Yamashita Ehime University Optically-faint radio galaxies found by Subaru HSC-SSP and FIRST catalogs [abst] [slide]
P35 Yuki Sato Ehime University The evolution of axial ratio of passive and star-forming galaxies at z < 1 (2nd) [abst] [slide]
P36 Yuya Saeda Ehime University Stacking analysis of quasar host galaxies at z > 1 with Hyper Suprime-Cam [abst] [slide]
P37 Ishino Toru Ehime University Properties of quasar host galaxies at z < 1 revealed by Subaru HSC [abst] [slide]
P38 Nanako Kato Ehime University Broad-band analysis of the rest-frame optical SED of high-z quasars [abst] [slide]
P39 Koki Terao Ehime University Physical and chemical properties of narrow-line regions in z~3 radio galaxies [abst] [slide]
P40 Akatoki Noboriguchi Ehime University Optical properties of infrared-bright dust-obscured galaxies viewed with Subaru Hyper Suprime-Cam [abst] [slide]
P41 Shunsuke Baba ISAS, JAXA AGN-starburst connection suggested by the 4.7 micron CO absorption band [abst] [slide]
P42 Yuma Sugahara Univ. of Tokyo (ICRR) The Outflow-Galaxy relations studied with ~100,000 SDSS spectra [abst] [slide]