The goal of this conference is to bring together observers, theorists, and simulators working on
all aspects of the high redshift Universe. One major topic will be intensity mapping of multiple
emission lines (21-cm, Lyman-α, CO, [CII]) with an emphasis on the 21-cm signal from the
Epoch of Reionization and the Cosmic Dawn. Additional topics include: formation of the first
stars and black holes; chemical and radiative feedback; observational constraints on the Epoch
of Reionization; high-redshift galaxies and X-ray sources; and other recent developments.
Application is now open!
Deadline: November 30, 2017.
Click here to apply.
For more information contact Anastasia Fialkov
Chair: Anastasia Fialkov (ITC, Harvard)
Co-Chair: Tzu-Ching Chang (JPL/Caltech/ASIAA)
Rennan Barkana (TAU)
Judd Bowman (ASU)
Adam Lidz (UPenn)
Anthony Pullen (NYU)
Volker Bromm (Austin)
Olivier Doré (JPL/Caltech)
Ely Kovetz (JHU)
Risa Wechsler (UCSC)
Laura Wolz (Melbourne)
Stuart Wyithe (Melbourne)