3D2014: Gas and stars in galaxies: A multi-wavelength 3D perspective
ESO Garching, March 10-14, 2014
This conference aims at bringing together the optical/near-IR, millimeter and radio communities working on 3-dimensional extragalactic data. Science topics to be addressed are centered on both gas and stars in and around galaxies in all stages of their evolution. Themes include: galaxy dynamics, supermassive black holes, star formation, gas accretion and outflows, interacting galaxies and deep fields. In addition, tools to visualize and analyse multi-wavelength data cubes will be discussed.
The workshop, spread over a week and held at ESO-Garching, will include invited reviews, ample time for contributed talks and discussions, and short talk slots for younger researchers to advertise their work. Additionally we offer three parallel user workshops for KMOS, MUSE, and ALMA to raise awareness of ESO 3D instrumentation and train people in preparing and analyzing different types of 3D observations.
In support of this goal of the workshop, a concise description of the capabilities of these three new facilities is presented in this flyer.
Conference e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Organised by: ESO and RadioNet