The origin of galaxies, stars, and planets in the era of ALMA

Credit: ALMA (ESO, NAOJ, NRAO); NASA (HST, Chandra); NRAO/AUI /NSF

Caltech Astronomy & Astrophysics

November 29 - December 2, 2017


List of participants

Susanne Aalto
Ryo Ando
Philip N Appleton
Jaehan Bae
Aaron Barth
Tony Beasley
Steven Beckwith
Benjamin David Boizelle
Alberto D. Bolatto
Peter Lawrence Capak
John Carpenter
Carlos Carrasco-Gonzalez
Stuartt Allan Corder
Swagat Ranjan Das
Fumi Egusa
Andreas Faisst
Edith Falgarone
Virginie Faramaz
Adalyn Fyhrie
Karl Glazebrook
Sunil Golwala
Avani Gowardhan
Andrew Harris
George Helou
Nathanial Hendler
Richard Hills
David H. Hughes
Andrea Isella
Sreevani Jarugula
Akimasa Kataoka
Jin Koda
Joseph Lazio
Fabien Louvet
Liton Majumdar
Satish Malhotra
Matt Malkan
Allison Man
Matías Montesinos
Antonella Natta
Thanh Liem Ngo
Dieu Duc Nguyen
Riccardo Pavesi
Phil Puxley
Dominik Alexander Riechers
Göran Sandell
Nick Scoville
Adam James Smercina
Karl Stapelfeldt
Paul A Vanden Bout
Enrique Vazquez-Semadeni
Ilhuiyolitzin Villicana-Pedraza
George Wallerstein
Fabian Walter
Jacob Aaron White
David Wilner
Henry Alwyn Wootten
Ya-Lin Wu

Meeting information

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