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1/29(월) 세미나 안내 - Dr. Steven Mairs, "A tale of Two Surveys: Recent Progress in the JCMT Gould Belt and Transient Programs"
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안녕하세요. 우주과학과, 우주탐사학과 여러분.

이번 세미나는 01월 29일 오후 4시, 천문대 영상실에서 있습니다.

East Asian Observatory: JCMTSteven Mairs 박사님께서 "A Tale of Two Surveys: Recent Progress in the JCMT Gould Belt and Transient Programs"에 관한 강연을 해 주실 예정입니다. 

강연은 영어로 진행될 예정이며, 초록은 아래에 나타나있습니다.

세미나 참석을 원하시는 분은 세미나 시작 10분 전까지 입실해 주시기 바랍니다.

많은 참석 부탁드립니다. 감사합니다.

Dear Colleagues,
There will be an Astronomy and Space Science seminar on 01/29, 16:00 PM, in the Auditorium, Kyung Hee University Astronomical Observatory.

Dr. Steven Mairs of East Asian Observatory: JCMT will gives a presentation about "A Tale of Two Surveys: Recent Progress in the JCMT Gould Belt and Transient Programs".
The language of the seminar will be English and abstract is shown below.

You are asked to join the seminar five to ten minutes before it starts. Your attendance will greatly be appreciated.

Thank you.

* Abstract:
In this talk, I will highlight recent results from the work I have both led and supported for two James Clerk Maxwell Telescope (JCMT) large programs: The Gould Belt Survey (GBS) and the Transient Survey.
The JCMT Gould Belt Survey is a large program dedicated to mapping and analysing the most prominent nearby (<500 pc) star forming regions at submillimetre wavelengths. Recently, a variety of papers have been released which catalogue dense continuum structures, correlate those sources with young stellar objects, and present investigations into the virial properties of nascent protostellar envelopes. Ongoing work includes comparisons between consistently mapped molecular clouds and observing the magnetic fields in a subset of these regions with the newly commissioned POL-2 instrument at the JCMT.
The JCMT Transient Survey is a three-year submillimetre continuum monitoring program of eight star forming regions previously observed by the GBS. Since December, 2016, this project has been dedicated to observing real-time submillimetre variability related to changes in protostellar accretion rates. So far, the known infrared periodic variable EC53 has been confirmed at wavelengths of 450 and 850 microns and several more variable candidates have been identified. Most recently, an automatic transient source detection system has been built for fast response to variability events.