Andrew Benson, Carnegie Institution for Science
Juna Kollmeier, Carnegie Institution for Science
The third and final Symposium on Galactic Superwinds will revisit the physics of birthing, launching and sustaining galactic superwinds in cosmological calculations. Since the first symposium in 2014, there has been substantial progress in understanding the multiphase wind medium both theoretically and observationally.
In the final symposium, organizers Kollmeier and Benson aim to critically examine the remain uncertainties associated with galactic winds, summarize the progress that has been made, and develop a program of research to continue advancing this field.
Agenda & Slides
A PDF of the agenda may be downloaded here.
10:00 - 11:00 AM M. Krumholz (PDF) /E. Quataert (PDF) : ISM/SF Calculations/Hydro I (Overview of Progress) 11:30 - 12:30 PM E. Ostriker (PDF) /N. Gnedin (PDF): ISM/SF Calculations/Hydro II (Challenges to address) 5:00 - 7:00 PM F. van de Voort (PDF) / D. Nelson (PDF) / C. Steidel (PDF): CGM Structure & Observations I Physical Conditions @ High-z
10:00 - 11:00 AM A. Kravstov/D. Weinberg: Theoretical/Numerical Challenges 11:30 - 12:30 PM J. Kollmeier & A. Benson: Summary 5:00 - 7:00 PM All: Roadmap
Andrew Benson Carnegie Institution for Science Richard Bower University of Durham Romeel Davé University of Edinburgh Nick Gnedin University of Chicago Tim Heckman Johns Hopkins University Dušan Kereš University of California, San Diego Juna Kollmeier Carnegie Institution for Science Andrey Kravtsov University of Chicago Mark Krumholz Australian National University Crystal Martin University of California, Santa Barbara Dylan Nelson Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics Eve Ostriker Princeton University Eliot Quataert University of California, Berkeley Brant Robertson University of California, Santa Cruz Evan Scannapieco Arizona State University Joop Schaye Leiden University Sijing Shen University of Oslo Christine Simpson Heidelberg Institute for Theoretical Studies Chuck Steidel California Institute of Technology Todd Thompson The Ohio State University Christy Tremonti University of Wisconsin, Madison Freeke van de Voort Heidelberg Institute for Theoretical Studies David Weinberg The Ohio State University
A PDF of the participant list may be downloaded here.