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Message SF2A No 372 - 23/02/09


Message SF2A No 372 - 23/02/09

1. Rectificatif - Ecole Aussois 2009 : "La dynamique des systemes gravitationnels : defis et perspectives", 28 juin - 4 juillet 2009
2. Rappel - Atelier : "Les galaxies a z>3 dans la perspective de MUSE", 18-19 mars 2009, Toulouse
3. "Three decades of gravitational lenses" - symposium at JENAM, 21-23 April 2009, University of Hertfordshire, UK
4. "Harvesting the desert : the Universe between redshift 1 and 3", 29 June - 3 July 2009, Marseille, France
5. Rappel - Symposium IAU 267 : "Evolution of Galaxies and Central Black Holes : Feeding and Feedback", 10-14 August 2009, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
6. Workshop "Missing Baryons, Accretion, and Feedback in Galaxies", November 30 - December 2, 2009, Sydney

1. Rectificatif - Ecole Aussois 2009 : "La dynamique des systemes gravitationnels : defis et perspectives", 28 juin - 4 juillet 2009

Une erreur s’était glissée dans la précédente annonce concernant l’adresse du lien vers site de l’Ecole d’Aussois 2009, voici le nouveau lien

Transmis par Daniel Benest

2. Rappel - Atelier : "Les galaxies a z>3 dans la perspective de MUSE", 18-19 mars 2009, Toulouse

Les inscriptions sont ouvertes pour participer au prochain atelier MUSE qui se tiendra a Toulouse les 18-19 mars prochain. Cet atelier permettra de faire le point sur :
- 1) les avancees techniques du projet MUSE,
- 2) les grandes questions concernant les phases precoces de l’evolution des galaxies a grand decalage spectral (z>3)
- 3) la preparation scientifique du temps garanti.

N’hésitez pas à proposer des contributions orales (15+5mn). Une aide financiere peut etre attribuee aux etudiants en these et aux postdocs dans la limite du financement disponible.

Les details concernant cet atelier sont à cette adresse

Pour en savoir plus sur MUSE, consultez ce site

Transmis par Thierry Contini

3. "Three decades of gravitational lenses" - symposium at JENAM, 21-23 April 2009, University of Hertfordshire, UK

The European Week of Astronomy and Space Science incorporating RAS NAM and EAS JENAM will be held from 20th to 23rd April 2009 at the University of Hertfordshire, for more information see this website.
In particular, Symposium 6 : "Three decades of gravitational lenses" runs over five sessions from Tuesday 21st 16:00 until 12:30 on Thursday 23rd.
This symposium is dedicated to the memory of Sjur Refsdal, one of the main founder of gravitational lensing, who passed away on 29th January. More information is posted on the web site at this address.
Registration is now open, and you are welcome to submit abstracts for oral and poster contributions at this address, with a DL of 9th March. After that date talk submission cannot be accepted anymore, and the registration fee will increase by 25%.

We look forward to seeing you at JENAM in April !
SOC "Three decades of gravitational lenses" O. Wucknitz, S. Mao, J.-P. Beaulieu, W. Evans, E. Kerins, J.-P. Kneib, L. Koopmans, P. Saha, P. Schneider, A. Taylor, J. Wambsganss

Transmis par Jean-Paul Kneib

4. "Harvesting the desert : the Universe between redshift 1 and 3", 29 June - 3 July 2009, Marseille, France

The conference will be devoted to the last results from observational and theoretical programs studying the Universe between redshifts 1 and 3, the so called redshift desert. During this more than 3.5 Gyr long period, the first massive structures condensed, and part of the massive galaxies formed through merging processes. The QSO Luminosity fonction peaked in intensity, allowing to study in detail the IGM physics. A new generation of large observational programs proposes as well to investigate the fundamental cosmology in this period. We propose to browse all these subjects, with reviews, invited talks, and shorter contributions.

Sessions list
- 1) Large Scale and massive structures - Built-up of the clusters and proto-clusters
- 2) Mass Assembly : Built-up of the massive galaxies, merging, morphologies
- 3) Star formation rate/Luminosity Functions/ Lya emitters
- 4) IGM physics

Invited reviewers : R. Wechsler (Stanford), M. Pierre (CEA), G. de Lucia (MPA Garching), M. Kriek (Princeton), N. Förster-Schreiber (MPE Garching), G. Richards (TBC), N. Reddy (NOAO), L. Tresse (LAM), A. Francechini (Padova University), G. Lagache (IAS/Univ Paris-Sud), D. Erb (UCSB), C.C. Steidel (Caltech), J.-M. Deharveng (LAM), J. Schaye (Leiden University), M. Haehnelt (Cambridge), S. Furlanetto (UCLA)

For more information, see the web site of the conference

Transmis par Vincent Le brun

5. Rappel - Symposium IAU 267 : "Evolution of Galaxies and Central Black Holes : Feeding and Feedback", 10-14 August 2009, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Nous tenons à vous rappeler la tenue du Symposium IAU 267 : "Evolution of Galaxies and Central Black Holes : Feeding and Feedback".
La date limite pour la soumission des abstracts pour des contributions est le premier Mars 2009.

Transmis par Suzy Collin

6. Workshop "Missing Baryons, Accretion, and Feedback in Galaxies", November 30 - December 2, 2009, Sydney

It is now well established that that the baryon to dark matter mass ratio is 15-20%. On scales of galaxy clusters, the observed baryons fall just slightly short of this prediction, but on galaxy scales the observed baryons fall well short. For instance, an inventory of baryons in and around the Milky Way reveals at best one-quarter of the expected baryons . Moreover, the build-up of stars in the Galaxy requires an accretion rate of 1-2 solar masses per year, substantially larger than what can be accounted for by direct observation. Taken together, these statements suggest that the majority of baryons in and around galaxies have yet to be observed. Understanding and quantifying these missing baryons is essential for obtaining a complete picture of galaxy formation and evolution. We revisit the baryon inventory on scales of galaxies and galaxy groups in light of new observations, improving numerical simulations, and recent constraints from particle physics. This workshop will bring together observers and theorists from sub-galactic to cosmological scales to make progress on this critical frontier of galaxy formation.

For more information, see this website
Pre-registration deadline : March 1, 2009.

Transmis par Céline Peroux

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