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SS31: 3-D spectroscopy from sub-mm to X-ray: the promise of Athena in the 2030s multiwavelength context

Fecha: 
28/06/2019
Lugar: 
Lyon

The scope of the proposed Special Session is to bring together theoreticians, observers and data analysis experts on 3-D spectral data to review the potential of the synergies between the Athena X-IFU and 3-D spectroscopic facility from the sub-mm to the optical band.

Programme

The program of the Special Session is structured around the following three main topics:

  • Review the science objectives that will require joint IFU observations in the early 30s, considering what is currently addressed by existing facilities (e.g. VLT/MUSE, and ALMA), and emphasizing the unique advances permitted by complementary X-ray IFU data
  • Review the requirements of the IFUs planned to operate in the early 30s in comparison with the needs to achieve the science objectives identified above, including requirements deriving from the rapidly developing field of time domain astronomy.
  • Review the needs in terms of theoretical modelling, as well as data analysis tools to fully exploit joint multi-wavelength 3-D spectroscopic observations

Invited speakers

  • Francisca Kemper (ESO)
  • Roberto Maiolino (University of Cambridge)
  • Johan Richards (University of Lyon)
  • Shelley Wright (University of California) (TBC)
  • Elisa Costantini (SRON)
  • Marcella Brusa (University of Bologna)
  • Massimo Gaspari (Princeton University)
  • Lisa Kewley (Australia National University)

Scientific organisers

Matteo Guainazzi (ESA) and Didier Barret (IRAP) with the support of the Athena community office

Science Organizing Committee:

  • Roland Bacon (University of Lyon)
  • Xavier Barcons (ESO)
  • Didier Barret (IRAP)
  • Francoise Combes (Observatory of Paris)
  • Thierry Contini (IRAP)
  • Maria Diaz-Trigo (ESO)
  • Matteo Guainazzi (ESA)
  • Evanthia Hatziminaoglou (ESO)
  • Silvia Martinez-Nunez (IFCA)
  • Mara Salvato (MPE)
  • Aurora Simionescu (SRON)
  • Niranjan Thatte (University of Oxford)

Contact

For any information on the scientific program of this session, please contact: ss31.aco@ifca.unican.es

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