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by Davis Murphy last modified Jul 30, 2014 by Pat Murphy

All Science Sessions are in the Jansky Lab Auditorium

All times are presented in Eastern US Time.

TUESDAY May 28, 2013

7:30 - 9:30pm Evening Reception in the Residence Hall Lounge

WEDNESDAY May 29, 2013

7:30 - 9:00am Breakfast in the Cafeteria
9:00 Introduction and Welcome Jay Lockman
9:15 Gaseous Galaxy Halos (45+10) Mary Putman
10:10 Disk-halo clouds in the inner Milky Way (15+5) Alyson Ford
10:30 Coffee Break
10:55 Low N(HI) HVCs as a major source of fuel for the Milky Way (25+5) Chris Howk
11:25

Large reservoirs of metal-poor gas around galaxies: evidence for cold inflow (35+5)

Nicolas Lehner
12:05pm Low-redshift surveys for high column density neutral gas using quasar absorption lines (35+5) Dave Turnshek
12:45 - 1:45 Lunch in the Cafeteria
1:45 Tour of the GBT (weather permitting, backup is Thursday same time)
3:30 Coffee and Group Photo
3:40 How does gas accrete onto the Milky Way: A look at the neutral and ionized gas of Complex A and the Magellanic Stream (25+5) Kat Barger
4:10 A low metallicity molecular cloud in the lower galactic halo (15+5) Audra Hernandez
4:30 The Smith Cloud (25+5) Jay Lockman
5:00 Searching for Star Formation in the Smith Cloud (10+5) David Stark
5:15 HVC and the Lyman Alpha Forest (40+5) Bart Wakker
6:00 - 7:30 Dinner in the Cafeteria
7:30 Magnetic fields in high velocity clouds Alex Hill
7:45 Panel: What are the high velocity clouds? Howk, Wakker, Putman, Fox
9:00 Discussion continues in the Residence Hall Lounge

THURSDAY May 30, 2013

7:30 - 9:00am Breakfast in the Cafeteria
9:00 The Magellanic Stream (35+5) David Nidever
9:45 The Magellanic Stream: Abundances, Ionization, and Fueling the Galaxy (35+5) Andrew Fox
10:30 Coffee Break
11:00 The discovery of discrete neutral hydrogen clouds between M31 and M33 using the Green Bank Telescope, and HVCs in the GASS (35+5) Spencer Wolfe
11:40 Probing M31 gas with quasar absorption lines (25+5) Gendith Sardane
12:10pm The Outer Disk and HI Environment of M101 (25+5) Chris Mihos
12:40 Searching for starlight in the Leo ring (15+5) Aaron Watkins
1:00 - 2:00 Lunch in the Cafeteria
2:00 GBT mapping of diffuse HI around THINGS galaxies (35+5) D.J. Pisano
2:40 Probing Extended Gas surrounding low-redshift galaxies with quasar absorption lines (35+5) Sandhya Rao
3:30 Coffee Break
4:00 Environmental effects on the circumgalactic medium (25+5) JooHeon Yoon
4:30 Finding tiny, gas-rich galaxies in the GALFA-HI survey (15+5) Jennifer Meyer
4:50 Finding galaxies for galaxy-absorber studies from NED data mining (10+5) David French
5:15

External Perturbations in the Blue Compact Dwarf Galaxy Haro 36

Trisha Ashley
6:00 Visit the Science Center exhibits
6:30 Dinner in the Science Center

THURSDAY May 31, 2013

7:30 - 9:00am Breakfast in the Cafeteria
9:00 Star Formation and Molecular Gas in the XUV disk of NGC 4625 (35+5) Paul Martini
9:45 Deep X-ray and UV views of the halo of NGC 891 (35+5) Edmund Hodges-Kluck
10:30 Coffee Break
11:00 Gas Accretion History of Simulated Galaxies (25+5) Jeremy Bailin
11:30 Atomic Hydrogen in a Galactic Center Outflow (10+5) Jay Lockman
11:45 FLAG-- the next generation of 21cm receivers (10+5) Anish Roshi
12:00pm Final Comments and Discussion
12:30 Lunch in the Cafeteria