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by Taylor Johnson last modified Apr 02, 2012 by Jay Lockman

Tully-Fisher at 35 -- Global Properties of HI in Galaxies

NRAO Green Bank WV 1-3 April 2012

Saturday, 31 March

12:00-18:00  Registration in the Residence Hall Lobby
17:00-18:00   Dinner in the Cafeteria
18:00-             Informal Reception in the Residence Hall Lounge

Sunday, 1 April

07:00-08:30 Breakfast in Cafeteria
08:45-09:00 Welcome, introduction, logistical info: Karen O'Neil, Jay Lockman, Ron Maddalena
09:00-09:45 Brent Tully -- Galaxy distances, then and now
09:45-10:05 Stacy McGaugh -- the Baryonic TF relationship
10:05-10:25 Jenny Sorce -- Calibration of the Mid-Infrared Tully Fisher Relation

10:25-10:45 Coffee

10:45-11:05 Reinabelle Reies -- Constraints on Galaxy Formation from TF and weak Lensing of SDSS Disk Galaxies
11:05-11:25 Sarah Miller -- The TF to z=1.7
11:25-11:45 Tom Osterloo -- HI and the TF relationship in Early Type Galaxies
11:45-12:05 Barry Madore -- The Carnegie Hubble Program (CHP)
12:05-12:25 Jim Braatz -- Measuring Distances to Galaxies Using Water Vapor Megamasers

12:30-13:45 Lunch

13:45-14:05 Barbara Catinella -- HI properties of Massive Galaxies
14:05-14:25 Sheila Kannappan -- Puddling and Quenching: How does HI Content Depend on Galaxy Mass?
14:25-14:45 Virginia Kilborn -- HI scaling relations and large scale characterization of the HI Content of Galaxies
14:45-15:05 Marc Verheijen -- Ultra deep Hi observations at z=0.2
15:05-15:35  Martha Haynes -- The ALFALFA Census of Gas-Bearing Galaxies at z=0

15:35-16:00 coffee

16:00-16:20 Emmanouil Papastergis -- The HI velocity width function
16:20-16:40 Riccardo Giovanelli -- Dark Matter mini halos
16:40-17:00 Erwin de Blok -- Dark Matter and ISM in the THINGS Galaxies
17:00-17:20 John Cannon -- SHIELD: HI in low-mass dwarfs
17:20-17:40 Megan Johnson -- Mapping HI around two star bursting dwarfs
17:40-18:00 Frank Briggs -- Does Cold Mode Accretion Help with Giant Galaxy Warps?

18:00-18:45 Reception in Lounge
18:45-19:45 Dinner

20:00-21:00 Panel: The meaning of the Tully-Fisher relationship and the problem of galaxy distances
21:00- Discussion in Lounge

Monday, 2 April

07:30-08:30 Breakfast in Cafeteria
08:30-08:50 Juergen Ott -- VLA ANGST survey
08:50-09:25 Thijs van der Hulst -- The HI environment of galaxies
09:25-09:45  Maria Patterson -- Early Results from the HALOGAS survey: HI Observations of NGC 5055
09:45-10:05 Jayaram Chengalur -- GMRT Survey of Faint Irregular Galaxies
10:05-10:25 Destry Saul -- The GALFA-HI Compact Cloud Catalog: Isolated Clouds in Different Environments

10:25-10:45 Coffee -- group photo

10:45-11:05 Filippo Fraternali -- The Disk-Halo Connection and Gas Accretion
11:05-11:25 D.J. Pisano -- GBT observations of extended HI around the THINGS galaxies
11:25-11:45 Katie Keating -- Anomalous HI Features in M101: Tidal Debris or Cold Accretion?
11:45-12:30 Helene Courtois -- The Cosmic Flows Project, Voyage to the Great Attractor

12:30-13:30 Lunch

13:30-15:30 Tour of the Green Bank Telescope -- Ron Maddalena

15:30-15:45 Coffee

15:45-16:05 Jay Lockman & Spencer Wolfe -- the M31-M33 HI bridge
16:05-16:25 Robert Minchin -- AGES: the Arecibo Galaxy Environment survey
16:25-16:45 Rhys Taylor -- AGES HI detections in Virgo
16:45-17:05 Jeff Kenney -- Gas Accretion, Starvation and Ram Pressure Stripping in the Virgo Cluster
17:05-18:15 Panel on new instrumentation: Roshi, de Blok, Minchin, Zhu; Kilborn; van der Hulst

18:15-20:00 Reception, dinner and poster viewing in Science center, Sponsored by AUI

20:00-20:30 Panel Discussion in Science Center: HI Studies of Galaxies in the year 2047 20:30- Discussion in Lounge

Tuesday, 3 April

07:30-08:30 Breakfast in Cafeteria
09:00-09:20 Daniel Pomarede -- Visualization of structures and flows in the nearby Universe
09:20-09:40 Ed Shaya -- Masses and orbits of nearby galaxies
09:40-10:00 Adam Leroy -- HI/H2 ratio, star formation in HI
10:00-10:20 Linda Watson -- Star formation as a function of Circular Velocity in Bulgeless Disk Galaxies

10:20-10:45 Coffee

10:45-10:50  Announcements
10:50-11:10 David Stark -- Probing External Influences on Galaxy H2/HI Ratios
11:10-11:30 Ron Allen -- Thermal OH as a tracer for the molecular ISM
11:30-12:30 Workshop review and summary -- the SOC

12:30- Lunch and Workshop end

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