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The 1997 HST Calibration Workshop
Schedule of Talks

Time Speaker Title
Sunday, September 21
17:00-19:00 Registration, Reception
Monday, September 22: STIS and NICMOS
8:00-9:00 Registration
Bob Williams Opening Remarks
Stefi Baum STIS Calibration: an overview
Randy Kimble The on-orbit performance of the STIS detectors
Chuck Bowers The optical performance and sensitivity of STIS
10:30-11:00 Coffeee Break
Steve Kraemer and Ron Downes Target Acquisition and Observing Strategies with STIS
Steve Hulbert and Phil Hodge The STIS Pipeline Calibration
Mary Beth Kaiser The flat fielding and achievable S/N of the MAMA detectors
Paul Goudfrooij The Cycle 7 Calibration Plan for STIS
Bruce Woodgate Pushing the limits with STIS
12:30-14:00 Lunch
Rodger Thompson NICMOS: Status and plans
Chris Skinner The Characteristics of the NICMOS Detectors
Luis Colina The Photometric Performance of NICMOS
15:30-16:00 Coffeee Break
Chris Burrows and Eric Mentzell NICMOS Image Quality and Focus History
John Krist and Richard Hook PSF characterization and Tiny Tim
Susan Stolovy Narrow-Band Emission-Line Imaging with NICMOS
Wolfram Freudling Grism Spectroscopy and Reduction
Glenn Schneider Coronographic science
Dean Hines The Polarimetric Capabilities of NICMOS
Tuesday, September 23: WFPC2, FOC, FOS, and Splinter sessions
Brad Whitmore WFPC2 Status and Overview
John Trauger CCD Nonlinearities
Stefano Casertano Photometric anomalies in WFPC2 data
10:45-11:15 Coffeee Break
Robert Jedrzejewski FOC Status and Overview
Mark Voit F/48 Slit Spectrography
12:30-14:00 Lunch
Tony Keyes The Closeout State of the FOS
Anuradha Koratkar Detailed comparison of FOS and IUE Spectra for Faint Sources
15:00-15:30 Coffeee Break
15:30-17:30 Splinter Sessions (running concurrently for all instruments)
Wednesday, September 24: FGS, GHRS, Software, The Future
Ed Nelan Astrometry with the FGS in POSITION and TRANSFER Mode: Observing Strategies, Pipeline Processing, and Data Reduction
Olivia Lupie FGS1R: Potentially HST's Astrometry Science Workhorse
Otto Franz Interferometrically Resolving Binary Systems with FGS3; Data Reduction Techniques and Scientific Results
Fritz Benedict Astrometric Science Enabled by Maintaining the FGS 3 Optical Field Angle Distortion Calibration
10:30-11:00 Coffeee Break
David Soderblom The Closeout State of the GHRS
Perry Greenfield The New FITS Format, the FITS Kernel and OpenIRAF
12:30-14:00 Lunch
Steve Lubow New Calibration Systems Projects at STScI
Andy Fruchter The ``Dither'' Package and the Reconstruction of Undersampled Images
15:00-15:30 Coffeee Break
Holland Ford The Advanced Camera for Surveys
James Green The Cosmic Origins Spectrograph - A New Instrument for the 2002 Servicing Mission