8th AGORA Workshop in 2019


We are happy to announce that the 8th Workshop for the AGORA Project will be held 9-10 August 2019 at the University of California, Santa Cruz.  

- Questionnaire/Registration can be found here (coming soon!).
- Looking for the workshops in previous years?
- For the latest updates on the ongoing efforts in AGORA, visit the Project Workspace (membership required).  





Venue and Travel

   
(1) 
On Aug. 9 the Workshop will be in the 
Simularium, Rm 180 of the Engineering 2 (E2) Building (mapin the northwest corner of UCSC campus.  This will be a joint session with the annual Santa Cruz Galaxy Workshop.  On Aug. 10 the Workshop will move to Rm 102 of the Interdisciplinary Science Building (ISB; map).

    (2) For a detailed direction to the meeting venue and the parking nearby, please go to the "General Info" tab in the Santa Cruz Galaxy Workshop 2019 webpage.  You may find it useful to visit the link for visitors by the Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics at UCSC. 

    (3) There will be a $50 registration fee to cover the breakfast, lunch, and dinner on Saturday 10.  You will pay this fee when you register for the Santa Cruz Galaxy Workshop (in early summer).  However, if you are coming *only* for the AGORA portion of the week, and not registering for the Galaxy Workshop, please inform the AGORA Poject coordinator.  

    (4) Parking on campus is free on weekends.  However, on weekdays you will need to display a parking permit which you can purchase during the Galaxy or AGORA Workshop registration.  If you do not wish to purchase your permit through the Galaxy Workshop registration, please do so at the campus main entrance.  If you plan to use public transportation the Santa Cruz Metro schedule to and from the UCSC campus might be helpful.

    (5) We recommend that if you plan to attend the Workshop, you arrange for lodging early.  Although hotel policies vary, ask if there is a special rate for UCSC.  You may find information about local lodging options in the "General Information" tab in the Santa Cruz Galaxy Workshop 2019 webpage.    



Program

    (1) The program for this year's Workshop is still being discussed.  However, on Friday 9, the Galaxy Workshop and the AGORA Workshop will hold joint sessions on high-resolution galaxy simulations.  On Saturday 10 (only Sat, not Sun), we will have the working sessions for Papers “CGM” and “Clumps", and a brainstorming session on Collaboration-wide topics.  For more information about ongoing AGORA efforts, visit the latest web discussion note in the Workspace (membership required).  Feel free to send any suggestion about the Workshop to the Steering Committee members or to the Project coordinator, too.  

    (2) All the simulation talks will be on Friday 9 during the joint session with the Galaxy Workshop.  We do not plan to have any talks on Saturday.  If you are coming only to the AGORA portion of the week, but want to give your talk on Friday 9, please contact the AGORA Project coordinator.  Registered online participants will receive a Hangout invite for weekend sessions.  


08/09 (Fri)  - Rm 180, Engineering 2 Bldg.  (a.k.a. Simularium)
 TimeAgenda
 Sessions 17-20.
09:00 AM - 06:00 PMJoint sessions with the Galaxy Workshop 2019
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Visit the Santa Cruz Galaxy Workshop 2019 webpage 
for the latest schedule, slides, and videos

08/10 (Sat)  - Rm 102, ISB
 TimeAgenda
09:00 - 09:30 AMBreakfast
 Session A1.
09:30 - 09:35 AMOpening Remarks by Primack & Kim
09:35 - 10:45 AM
10:45 - 11:15 AMBreak
11:15 - 12:30 PM
12:30 - 02:00 PMLunch
 Session A2. 
02:00 - 03:30 PM
03:30 - 04:00 PMBreak
04:00 - 05:25 PM
05:25 - 05:30 PMClosing Remarks by Primack & Kim
05:30 - 06:00 PMBreak / Carpool to Primack's House
06:00 - 08:00 PMDinner at Primack's House & Goodbye

08/11 (Sun)  - Rm 102, ISB
 TimeAgenda
 09:00 - 05:00 PMFeel free to stay and work if you like 



List of Participants

 Registered Participants

    - [TO BE ADDED]
    - *  indicates people attending only the Friday session of the meeting
    - ** indicates people attending only the weekend sessions of the meeting 

 Remote Participants

    - [TO BE ADDED]



Organizing Committees

 AGORA Science Steering Committee

    - Tom Abel (Stanford University)
    - Nick Gnedin (Fermilab)
    - Piero Madau (UC Santa Cruz)
    - Lucio Mayer (University of Zurich)    
    - Joel Primack (UC Santa Cruz)
    - Romain Teyssier (University of Zurich)
    - James Wadsley (McMaster University)
    - Ji-hoon Kim (Seoul National University, Project coordinator)

 Local Organizing Committee

    - Joel Primack (UC Santa Cruz)
    - Ji-hoon Kim (Seoul National University, Project coordinator)