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ACS High-Latitude Survey Workshop Program
Program Proceedings

Thursday, March 22
Background/Motivation/Constraints
8:30 Introduction/Motivation Steve Beckwith
9:00 Major science issues -- cosmology/dark-matter Ed Turner
9:25 Major science issues -- high-z supernovae Greg Aldering
9:50 Major science issues -- normal galaxies Richard Ellis
10:15 Major science issues -- AGN Meg Urry
10:40 Break
11:10 Major science issues -- Stars, galactic structure Neill Reid
11:35 The ACS technical characteristics Mark Clampin
11:55 The default ACS pure-parallel program Bill Sparks
12:10 ACS GTO program Holland Ford
12:30 LUNCH
1:30 Scheduling issues (campaigns/CVZ/SN search) Harry Ferguson
1:45 WFC3 capabilities Rogier Windhorst
Complementing other high-latitude surveys
2:00 High-energy Riccardo Giacconi
2:30 UV/optical Buell Jannuzi
3:00 NIR/IR Carol Lonsdale
3:30 Break
3:50 Radio and Sub-mm surveys Eric Richards
Survey Requirements (e.g. bands, depth, area, timing, coordination...)
4:20 Instructions for splinter groups Mauro Giavalisco
4:30 Splinter sessions
Cosmology/lensing/supernovae
Galaxy evolution - "wide-area" science
Galaxy evolution - "deep-fields" science
AGN evolution
Stars/solar system
6:00 Regroup...brief discussion on procedure
6:30 Dinner at the Colonnade
Friday, March 23
8:30 Splinters regroup
9:15 Splinter group summaries
10:30 Break
10:50 Science summary - 1 Roger Blandford
11:10 Science summary - 2 Sandra Faber
11:30 Structured discussion: survey options ... attempt at a synthesis
12:40 Closing remarks Steve Beckwith