Sunday, 19 September 2010

Infrared 100 Symposium: Day 2

The second day of the symposium at Burlington House (which also houses the Royal Academy in Piccadilly, London) on October 8th is dedicated to infrared astronomy and organised by the Royal Astronomical Society. Chairs for the day are Helen Walker and Peter Clegg.
  • The UKIRT Infrared Deep Sky Survey
    Steve Warren, Imperial College London
  • Cosmology in the infrared
    Michael Rowan-Robinson, Imperial College London
  • Multi-wavelength far infrared imaging: HERSCHEL today and SPICA tomorrow
    Matt Griffin, Cardiff
  • SWIRE: FIR Luminosity function and the SFR of galaxies at 0 < z < 1.5
    Harsit Patel, Imperial College London
  • AKARI observations of the Galactic Plane
    Mireya Etxaluze, Harvard Smithsonian CfA
  • The impact of HERSCHEL on studies of star formation
    Derek Ward-Thompson, Cardiff
  • Near-infrared performance of the wide-field survey telescope VISTA
    Jim Emerson, QMUL
  • Direct imaging of extra solar planets in the infrared
    Anne-Marie Lagrange, Grenoble
  • Exploring the Universe with WISE
    Ned Wright, UCLA
  • Infrared Imaging with JWST
    Gillian Wright, UKATC
A booking form is available on the RPS-ISG web site and there is a discount for attending both days.

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