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Events inspired by or relevant to the Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope mission are organized by STScI and other partners of the Roman Space Telescope project

Archived presentations and webcasts from conferences, workshops, and lectures organized by and held at STScI are available below. Use the filter bar to search by specific event criteria including Type, Keyword, and/or Date. Click the Submit button to generate the query. Information and resources for each event, including links to view the presentations (when available), can be found by clicking on the "Read More" link.

IPAC's Roman website  also maintains an extensive listing of Roman-related conferences and meetings by all project partners. 

 

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  1. Roman Space Telescope

    September 3, 2024 Lectures

    Speaker: Ori Fox (Space Telescope Science Institute)

  2. 2024 HotSci at JHU/STScI: Getting Ready for Roman

    June 26, 2024 Colloquia

    "Getting Ready for Roman" featuring Annalisa Calamida (STScI) on The Roman Galactic Bulge Time-Domain Community Survey, Rachael Beaton (STScI) on Roman & the Quest to find the Smallest...

  3. Roman at the 244th American Astronomical Society Meeting

    June 9 through 13, 2024 Science Meetings

    The 244rd American Astronomical Society (AAS) meeting will feature a variety of events focused on science with Roman, such as town halls, presentations, and iPosters. Staff will be available at the...

  4. Accounting for Spontaneous Charge Production in the EMCCD Gain Register

    May 16, 2024 Lectures

    An electron-multiplying charge-coupled device (EMCCD) is often used for taking images with space telescopes and other devices. Photons hit the pixels and photo-electrons are created, and these are multiplied...

  5. Stellar Spin and Spots with Roman

    April 18, 2024 Lectures

    Rotation and star spots reveal insights to the magnetic lives of stars. Stars less massive than the Sun experience magnetic braking, slowing their rotation as they age. This spin-down should allow us to...

  6. Obscured AGN: Hiding High Growth at the Cosmic Noon

    March 21, 2024 Lectures

    Most bulge-dominated galaxies host black holes with masses that tightly correlate with the masses of their bulges. This correlation suggests that black holes and their host galaxies may co-evolve or mutually...

  7. The Total Solar Eclipse of April 2024

    March 5, 2024 Lectures

    Speakers: Michael Kirk (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center) and John Maple (Space Telescope Science Institute) On Monday, April 8, 2024, a total solar eclipse will pass over Mexico, the United States,...

  8. Astronomy Re-envisioned: Investigating the Physics of Galaxy Evolution with Machine Learning

    February 15, 2024 Lectures

    Astronomical imaging of galaxies reveals how they formed and evolved. While spectroscopy is necessary for measuring galaxies' physical properties, such as their cold gas content or metallicity, it...

  9. Simulation of High-contrast Polarimetric Observations of Debris Disks with the Roman Coronagraph Instrument

    January 18, 2024 Lectures

    The Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope Coronagraph Instrument will enable the polarimetric imaging of debris disks and inner dust belts in the optical and near-infrared wavelengths, in addition to the high-contrast...

  10. Roman at the 243rd American Astronomical Society Meeting

    January 7 through 11, 2024 Science Meetings

    The 243rd American Astronomical Society (AAS) meeting will feature a variety of events focused on science with Roman, such as town halls, splinter sessions, and iposter presentations. Staff will be...

  11. Transits in the Roman Galactic EXoplanet Survey (TRExS): Potential Breakthroughs in Exoplanet Demographics Enabled by Roman's Unprecedented Survey Depth and Volume

    November 16, 2023 Lectures

    The Roman Galactic Bulge Time Domain Survey (GBTDS) will monitor 100s of millions of stars toward the center of the Milky Way, providing a powerful dataset that can be exploited for a number of scientific...

  12. The Detection of M-L-T-Y Dwarfs Belonging to our Milky Way Disks and Stellar Halo with the Roman Space Telescope

    October 19, 2023 Lectures

    How many low-mass stars are in the Milky Way? And where are these low-mass stars and free-floating planet-like objects in our Galaxy? One can use the High Latitude Survey with the Roman Space Telescope...

  13. History of the Roman Observatory Design, and Current Build Status

    September 21, 2023 Lectures

    This talk presents the history of the design of what is now the Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope observatory. Significant evolution from the 2010 Astrophysics decadal submission to flight is traced, with...

  14. Nancy Grace Roman and the Roman Space Telescope

    June 22, 2023 Lectures

    Speakers: Joan Gordon and Rachael Beaton (Space Telescope Science Institute) In coordination with the science conference "Roman Science Inspired by Emerging JWST Results," two guest speakers...

  15. Roman Science Inspired by Emerging JWST Results

    June 20 through 23, 2023 Conferences

    The Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope, planned to launch in late 2026, will provide a simultaneous field of view 100 times larger than that of JWST and 200 times larger than that of HST+WFC3/IR, sensitivity...

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