HRMOS science workshop

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INAF Osservatorio Astrofisico di Arcetri (Italy), Macquarie University (Australia), and online

INAF Osservatorio Astrofisico di Arcetri (Italy), Macquarie University (Australia), and online

INAF-Osservatiorio Astrofisico di Arcetri Largo E. Fermi, 5 Firenze (Italy) Macquarie University, Balaclava Rd, Macquarie Park NSW 2109, Sidney (Australia)
Eline Tolstoy, Gayandhi De SIlva , Maria Sofia Randich (Istituto Nazionale di Astrofisica (INAF))
Description

We invite the astronomical community to participate in the 2021 HRMOS Science workshop, to be held online and in-person 18-22 October, 2021.

The meeting will be a hybrid of online and in-person (Firenze, Italy and Sydney, Australia), and run for half-days taking into account different timezones.

The High Resolution Multi-Object Spectrograph (HRMOS) is a proposed facility instrument for the ESO’s VLT, following the initial presentation at the VLT 2030 workshop. HRMOS provides a combination of capabilities essential to carry out breakthrough science across a broad range of active research areas from Galactic and Local Group Archaeology to Stellar Astrophysics and Exoplanet studies.

HRMOS fills a gap in capabilities amongst the landscape of future instrumentation planned for the next decade. The key capability of HRMOS is high spectral resolution (R = 60,000 - 80,000) with multi-object (50-100) capabilities and stability that provides radial velocity precision (~10m/s). Initial designs predict a SNR=30 is achievable within 1hr for mag(AB) = 17-18 depending on resolution. The combination of high resolution and multiplex going to relatively bluer wavelengths (from 380nm), is truly a spectrograph that will push the boundaries of our knowledge and is envisioned as a workhorse instrument in the future.

This conference aims to bring together the International scientific community, to propose and discuss science projects where HRMOS will have a strong impact due to its unparalleled capabilities, as well as identifying the areas where it will provide unique synergies with existing and forthcoming large surveys and facilities such as 4MOST, WEAVE, MOONS and the ELTs. 

This meeting is your opportunity to present your science with HRMOS and join the collaboration to push forward the HRMOS project in preparation for an upcoming White paper call. 

 


HRMOS Core Science Team:

  • Sofia Randich (INAF-Arcetri, I)
  • Gayandhi De Silva (AAO-Macquarie, AU)
  • Eline Tolstoy (Kapteyn, NL)
  • Thomas Bensby (Lund. SE)
  • Oscar Gonzalez (UK-ATC. UK)
  • Vanessa Hill (OCA, FR)
  • Rob Jeffries (Keele, UK)
  • Nadège Lagarde (UTINAM, FR)
  • Laura Magrini (INAF-Arcetri. I)
  • Ása Skuladottir (UniFi-INAF, I)
  • Rodolfo Smiljanic (CAMK/PAN, PL)

 

Registration
HRMOS meeting
Participants
  • Akriti Singh
  • Alberto Rebassa-Mansergas
  • Alex Binks
  • Alice Minelli
  • Amirnezam Amiri
  • Andreas Quirrenbach
  • Angela Bragaglia
  • Anna Brucalassi
  • Beatriz Barbuy
  • Benjamin Montet
  • Bertrand Lemasle
  • Borbála Cseh
  • Bradley Carter
  • Brunella Nisini
  • Bruno Leibundgut
  • Bálint Seli
  • Carlos Abia
  • Chiaki Kobayashi
  • Clare Worley
  • David Montes
  • Donatella Romano
  • Elena Franciosini
  • Else Starkenburg
  • Eugenio Carretta
  • Gabriele Cescutti
  • Gayandhi De Silva
  • Georgia Hartzenberg
  • Gerry Gilmore
  • Giada Casali
  • Giordano Viviani
  • Giuseppe Germano Sacco
  • Grazina Tautvaisiene
  • Heitor Ernandes
  • Holger Baumgardt
  • Hugues Sana
  • Janez Kos
  • Jason Sanders
  • Jeffrey Simpson
  • Joss Bland-Hawthorn
  • Juan Manuel Alcala'
  • Katia Biazzo
  • Lara Cullinane
  • Laura Magrini
  • Lorenzo Spina
  • Louise Welsh
  • luca pasquini
  • Mariagrazia Franchini
  • Mario Guarcello
  • Martina Baratella
  • Marwan Gebran
  • Mathieu Van der Swaelmen
  • Matteo Brogi
  • Nadège Lagarde
  • Nicolas Martin
  • Nicole Reindl
  • Nóra Egei
  • Pascale Jablonka
  • Patrick FRANCOIS
  • Paula Jofre
  • Ramon Navarro
  • Rodolfo Smiljanic
  • Rok Vogrinčič
  • Rosaria (Sara) Bonito
  • Sarah Martell
  • Sergi Blanco-Cuaresma
  • Shreeya Shetye
  • Simone Zaggia
  • Sofia Randich
  • Stuart Ryder
  • Thomas Bensby
  • Thomas Masseron
  • Thomas Nordlander
  • Valentina D'Orazi
  • Yuan-Sen Ting
The agenda of this meeting is empty