Splinter Meeting CCAT

CCAT-prime: new submillimeter science opportunities

Time: Tuesday September 19, 14:00-16:30

Room: Auditorium MPS

Organizers: Peter Schilke, Jürgen Stutzki (U Köln), Frank Bertoldi (U Bonn)

CCAT-prime is a high-altitude submillimeter telescope dedicated to spectral line and panchromatic continuum surveys. This German-U.S.-Canadian project aims to map local star-forming regions and galaxies in [CI] and CO, trace the first population of star-forming galaxies through intensity mapping of their [CII] emission, and measure the motion and temperature of galaxy clusters via the Sunyaev-Zel’dovich effect. Our splinter invites the German community to discover CCAT-p capabilities and explore joint science opportunities, three years before the first data. Contributed talks are most welcome.


14:00  F. Bertoldi:
CCAT-prime project overview

14:15  J. Stutzki:
CCAT-p first light instrumentation

14:35  R. Simon:
CCAT-p: The Galactic ECology (GEco) Project

14:55  B. Magnelli:
High-redshift galaxy surveys with CCAT-p

15:15-15:30 Break

15:30  D. Riechers:
Tomography of Cosmic Reionization Through [CII] Intensity Mapping at Redshifts 5-9 with CCAT-p

15:50  K. Basu:
Cluster cosmology with CCAT-p

16:05  J. Erler:
Observations of the relativistic SZ effect: from Planck to CCAT-p

Related contributions

PresentationTitleType PDF
BruckmannSimulation of Galactic disk PDRs line emissionPoster PDF
KaroumpisPredictions for the redshift 5-9 [CII] intensity distributionPoster PDF
ZiebartMapping the ISM in nearby galaxies with CCAT-p: the case of M51Poster PDF

Further information provided by the organizers