Cosmic Cartography 2022: Exploring the Cosmic Web and Large-Scale Structure

from Monday, 7 March 2022 (09:30) to Friday, 11 March 2022 (18:00)
Kavli IPMU, Kashiwa, Japan (Lecture Hall)

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
7 Mar 2022
8 Mar 2022
9 Mar 2022
10 Mar 2022
11 Mar 2022
Day 2 Morning (until 12:00) (Lecture Hall)
09:00 Large Scale Structure with the Prime Focus Spectrograph - Jenny Green (Princeton University)   (Lecture Hall)
09:30 Chrono-Cosmographic Analysis of the Cosmic Web with TARDIS - Benjamin Horowitz (Princeton University)   (Lecture Hall)
10:00 Cartography of the Forming Galaxy Clusters: Proposal for a NIR spectroscopic campaign on IGM tomography map by PFS-SSP - Rhythm Shimakawa (NAOJ)   (Lecture Hall)
10:20 --- Break ---
10:40 The Cosmic Web and Galaxy Ecosystems Revealed by Slime Mold - Joseph Burchett (New Mexico State University)   (Lecture Hall)
11:00 The Absorption and Emission of Neutral Hydrogen around Star-Forming Galaxies at Cosmic Noon - Yuguang Chen (University of California, Davis)   (Lecture Hall)
11:20 Constraining the Cosmic Baryon Distribution with FRB Foreground Mapping - Ilya Khrykin (Kavli IPMU)   (Lecture Hall)
11:40 Foreground halo contributions to FRB dispersion measures: Preliminary constraints from the FLIMFLAM Survey - Sunil Simha (University of California Santa Cruz)   (Lecture Hall)
Day 3 Morning (until 12:00) (Lecture Hall)
09:00 Cosmic cartography with Artificial Intelligence - Miguel Aragon (UNAM)   (Lecture Hall)
09:20 A muti-wavelength analysis of a protocluster environment at the Cosmic Noon - Sofia Gallego (Caltech)   (Lecture Hall)
09:40 Accelerated growth of galaxies and super-massive black holes within the cosmic web gas filaments at z=3 - Hideki Umehata (ICRR, University of Tokyo)   (Lecture Hall)
10:00 The HectoMAP Redshift Survey: A Platform for studying intermediate redshift Large Scale Structures - Jubee Sohn (Center for Astrophysics | Harvard & Smithsonian)   (Lecture Hall)
10:30 --- Gather.Town Social ---
11:20 Gas-phase environmental effects in the Spiderweb protocluster at z=2.16 - Jose Manuel Perez-Martinez (Tohoku University)   (Lecture Hall)
11:40 Study environment and mass quenching through statistical analysis of RQGs - Zhiying Mao (Tohoku University)   (Lecture Hall)
Day 4 Morning (until 12:00) (Lecture Hall)
09:00 --- Break ---
09:15 Resimulating gas components of of the local cosmic web - Houjun Mo (University of Massachusetts)   (Lecture Hall)
09:45 Galaxy evolution in the cosmic web at z>1.5 - Balogh Michael (University of Waterloo)   (Lecture Hall)
10:15 Star formation and chemical evolution in plotocluster - Keita Fukushima (Osaka University)   (Lecture Hall)
10:35 --- Break ---
10:50 The Lyman-alpha Tomography IMACS Survey - Andrew Newman (Carnegie Institution for Science)   (Lecture Hall)
11:20 Probing the Morphology-Density Relationship at z ~ 2.3 with MAMMOTH Protoclusters - Emmet Golden-Marx (Tsinghua University)   (Lecture Hall)
11:40 Shape and connectivity of clusters: Impact on gas distribution - Celine Gouin (Korea Institute for Advanced Study)   (Lecture Hall)
Day 5 Morning (until 12:00) (Lecture Hall)
09:00 Cross-Survey Cross-Correlation Cosmology with AI-Accelerated Forward Modeling of the Galaxy--Halo Connection - Andrew Hearin (Argonne National Lab)   (Lecture Hall)
09:30 The DESI Survey: Strategy and Current Status - Jeff A. Newman (The University of Pittsburgh)   (Lecture Hall)
10:00 Clusters and the (Disperse) cosmic web - Joanne Cohn (UC Berkeley)   (Lecture Hall)
10:20 --- Break ---
10:50 CLIMBER Mock Catalogs: Optimizing HOD Constraints from Next-Generation Surveys - Alan Pearl   (Lecture Hall)
11:10 Cosmic Filament Detection Through the Spherically Adaptive Density Ridges - Yikun Zhang (University of Washington, Seattle)   (Lecture Hall)
11:30 The impact of filamentary accretion of subhaloes on the shape and orientation of haloes - Tomoaki Ishiyama (Chiba University)   (Lecture Hall)
Day 1 Afternoon - Khee-Gan Lee (Kavli IPMU) (until 18:00) (Lecture Hall)
14:00 Introduction/Logistics - Khee-Gan Lee (Kavli IPMU)   (Lecture Hall)
14:15 Mapping the Circumgalactic Medium Through the Diffuse Emission - Zheng Cai (Tsinghua University)   (Lecture Hall)
14:45 Field Variation in LAE-IGM HI Correlation at Cosmic Noon Mapped by Subaru/HSC - Yongming Liang (SOKENDAI/NAOJ)   (Lecture Hall)
15:05 Multi-wavelength detection of filaments - Hideki Tanimura (L'Institut d'Astrophysique Spatiale (IAS))   (Lecture Hall)
15:25 The Diversity of IGM-galaxy connection among galaxies at redshift z = 2-3 - Rieko Momose (Kavli IPMU)   (Lecture Hall)
15:55 --- Break ---
16:10 Evidence for the cold-stream to hot accretion transition as traced by Lya emission from groups and clusters at 2<z<3.3 - Emanuele Daddi (CEA Paris Saclay)   (Lecture Hall)
16:40 Galaxy Evolution in the Cosmic Web: The Baryon Content of Field Galaxies in a High-Resolution Cosmological Simulation - Georg Herzog (University Milano-Bicocca)   (Lecture Hall)
17:00 Cosmic metals and missing baryons in EAGLE filaments - Toni Tuominen (Tartu observatory, University of Tartu)   (Lecture Hall)
17:20 Forecast for WEAVE-QSO: 3D clustering and connectivity of critical points with Lyman-alpha tomography - Katarina Kraljic   (Lecture Hall)
Day 2 Afternoon (until 18:00) (Lecture Hall)
14:00 Cosmic Web in Diffuse Light Data - Yi-Kuan Chiang (ASIAA)   (Lecture Hall)
14:20 Galaxy Formation Simulations for Galaxy Clustering with Emission Line Galaxies - Ken Osato (Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics, Kyoto University)   (Lecture Hall)
14:40 Galaxy intrinsic alignment in large scale structure - Jingjing Shi (Kavli IPMU)   (Lecture Hall)
15:00 Forecasting high-redshift intrinsic galaxy-cosmic web alignment for Subaru-PFS - Benjamin Zhang (UC Berkeley, Kavli IPMU)   (Lecture Hall)
15:20 --- Break ---
15:35 the Cosmic Web: Structural Complexity, Connectivity and Dynamics of the Megaparsec Universe - Rien van de Weygaert (Kapteyn Astronomical Institute, Univ. Groningen)   (Lecture Hall)
16:05 Spinning filaments: the largest rotation in the universe - Noam Libeskind (Leibniz Institute for Astrophysics Potsdam)   (Lecture Hall)
16:25 The caustic web and non-linear constrained Gaussian random fields - Job Feldbrugge (University of Edinburgh)   (Lecture Hall)
16:45 Critical event theory: towards a multiscale and anisotropic description of the cosmic web - Corentin Cadiou (University College London)   (Lecture Hall)
17:15 Inferring the origin of the cosmic structure via Bayesian Forward modelling of galaxy surveys - Jens Jasche   (Lecture Hall)
Day 3 Afternoon (until 18:05) (Lecture Hall)
14:00 GOODS-ALMA: Optically dark ALMA galaxies shed light on a cluster in formation at z = 3.5 - Luwenjia Zhou (NANJING UNIVERSITY)   (Lecture Hall)
14:20 Thermal Instabilities and Shattering in the High-redshift Cosmic Web - A Source for Low-metallicity Strong HI Absorbers - Nir Mandelker (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem)   (Lecture Hall)
14:40 HAmiltonian Monte carlo reconstruction of the Local EnvironmenT (Hamlet) - Aurelien Valade (IP2I/AIP)   (Lecture Hall)
15:00 Beyond halo mass: Some clues on how the geometry and vorticity of gas flows shape galaxy mass assembly - Clotilde Laigle (IAP)   (Lecture Hall)
15:30 Why does the cosmic web matter for low redshift galactic morphology? - Christophe Pichon (IAP/CNRS)   (Lecture Hall)
16:00 --- Break ---
16:15 Pre-processing galaxies in protoclusters - Nina Hatch (Nottingham University)   (Lecture Hall)
16:45 MOONS at the VLT: current status and planning for galactic and extragalactic surveys - Michele Cirasuolo (European Southern Observatory)   (Lecture Hall)
17:15 Galaxies, clusters, and superclusters: connectivity, collapse, and evolution - Maret Einasto (Tartu Observatory)   (Lecture Hall)
17:35 TBD - Linda Tasca   (Lecture Hall)
Day 4 Afternoon (until 18:40) (Lecture Hall)
14:00 Constrained Simulations of COSMOS galaxy protoclusters at high redshifts - Metin Ata (Kavli IPMU)   (Lecture Hall)
14:30 The Void-Galaxy Cross-Correlation Function In Future Large Scale Structure Surveys - Sladana Radinovic (Institute of Theoretical Astrophysics, University of Oslo)   (Lecture Hall)
14:50 Cluster and Void abundance as a probe of the non-linear Universe - Stephen Stopyra   (Lecture Hall)
15:10 How do voids influence galaxy evolution? - Marius Peper (Nicolaus Copernicus University)   (Lecture Hall)
15:30 --- Coffee Break ---
15:45 Hierarchical structure of voids - Mariana Jaber   (Lecture Hall)
16:05 LyAl-Net: A high-efficiency Lyman-α forest simulation with neural network - Chotipan Boonkongkird (Institut d'Astrophysique de Paris)   (Lecture Hall)
16:25 Encoding large scale cosmological structure with Generative Adversarial Networks - Aurélien Decelle (Universidad Complutense de Madrid)   (Lecture Hall)
16:45 --- Gather.Town Social ---
Day 5 Afternoon (until 18:00) (Lecture Hall)
14:00 --- Break ---
14:40 Mapping and characterisation of filaments and filament galaxies feeding clusters - Ulrike Kuchner (The University of Nottingham)   (Lecture Hall)
15:00 Entangled in the cosmic web: probing the success of WEAVE in the extraction of cosmic filaments. - Daniel Cornwell (University of Nottingham)   (Lecture Hall)
15:20 Cloning the local Large-Scale Structure with constrained simulations - Jenny Sorce (Institut d'Astrophysique Spatiale / Leibniz-Institut fuer Astrophysik, Potsdam)   (Lecture Hall)
15:40 --- Break ---
15:55 Nuw Cosmology beyond the average from one-point statistics - Cora Uhlemann (Newcastle University)   (Lecture Hall)
16:25 Better cosmological predictions with less effort - Nicolas Chartier (Laboratoire de Physique de L'Ecole Normale Supérieure (LPENS))   (Lecture Hall)
16:45 Cosmology with cosmic web environments - Tony Bonnaire (École Normale Supérieure)   (Lecture Hall)
17:05 Clustering statistics of Lyman-α forest beyond 2-point - Soumak Maitra (INAF − Osservatorio Astronomico di Trieste)   (Lecture Hall)