2nd Annual Workshop, 10–12 Dec 2012, Sydney, Australia
   Prospects for TAIPAN Science


Sunday, 9 December 2012
18:00–21:00 Welcome Reception, AAO, North Ryde.
Please bring photo ID to receive an AAO guest pass.
Monday, 10 December 2012
08:45–09:25 Registration, room E6A 102, Macquarie University.
09:25–09:30 Welcome Address
Speaker: Quentin Parker
     Speaker Type Title
Session 1 The TAIPAN survey
09:30–10:00    Andrew Hopkins   TAIPAN
10:00–10:30    Matthew Colless I How to make TAIPAN happen
10:30–10:50    Stefan Keller   SkyMapper: input to TAIPAN
10:50–11:20 Morning Tea
11:20–11:50    Fred Watson I Observing models for TAIPAN
11:50–12:20    Jon Lawrence I TAIPAN instrument configuration and capabilities
12:20–13:30 Lunch
Session 2 Synergies with radio observations
13:30–14:00    Ray Norris I Redshifts for radio continuum surveys
14:00–14:30    Bärbel Korbalski I TAIPAN & WALLABY: gas and stars in galaxies
14:30–15:00    Chris Power I Galaxy Formation Modelling Predictions for the TAIPAN and WALLABY Surveys
15:00–15:30 Afternoon Tea
15:30–15:50    Bryan Gaensler I The Rotation Measure of the Universe as a Function of Redshift
15:50–16:10    Minnie Y. Mao   Spectroscopic Redshifts for ATLAS, the EMU Pathfinder
16:10–16:30    Michael Brown   TAIPAN, ASKAP and Nearby Galaxies
Tuesday, 11 December 2012
Session 3 Synergies with other surveys
09:30–10:00    Thomas Jarrett I Constructing a Mid-Infrared All Sky Galaxy Catalog in Support of TAIPAN
10:00–10:20    Maciej Bilicki   Towards the largest all-sky 3D galaxy catalogue
10:20–10:50    Simon Driver I Beyond GAMA
10:50–11:20 Morning Tea
11:20–11:40    Scott Croom   SAMI and TAIPAN
11:40–12:10    Joss Bland-Hawthorn I Hector: 3D integral field survey of ~100,000 galaxies
12:10–12:30    Lee Spitler   Establishing the low-redshift baseline with TAIPAN: connection to the ZFOURGE high-redshift galaxy survey
12:30–13:30 Lunch
Session 4 Cosmology & Large scale structure
13:30–14:00    Chris Blake I Cosmology with TAIPAN
14:00–14:20    Mehmet Alpaslan   Filaments and large scale structure in the GAMA survey
14:20–14:40    Chris Springob   TAIPAN as a Peculiar Velocity Survey
14:40–15:00    Morag Scrimgeour   Simulating cosmological measurements with next­ generation peculiar velocity surveys
15:00–15:30 Afternoon Tea
15:30–15:50    Matt Owers   GAMA and the assembly of the cluster Abell 1882
15:50–16:10    Jeremy Mould   Reconstruction of the nearby Universe with TAIPAN
Session 5 Other uses for TAIPAN
16:10–16:30    David J Frew   Multi-object spectroscopy of Planetary nebulae in the Galactic Bulge: Alternative science with TAIPAN
16:30–16:50    Warren Reid   Discrete sources in the magellanic clouds
19:00–22:30 Workshop Dinner, Doltone House, Darling Island Wharf
Wednesday, 12 December 2012
Session 6 Galaxies
09:30–09:50    Edward Taylor   Red ones and blue ones, live ones and dead ones, round ones and flat ones
09:50–10:10    Darren Croton   TAIPAN and the Theoretical Astrophysical Observatory (TAO)
10:10–10:30    Maritza Lara-López   A deeper view of the mass, metallicity and SFR relationships
10:30–10:50    Smriti Mahajan   Galaxy evolution: Transformation in the suburbs of clusters
10:50–11:20 Morning Tea
11:20–11:40    Elaine Sadler   Radio-source populations in the local universe: what next?
Session 7 The next step for TAIPAN
11:40–11:50 Workshop Summary / Discussion
11:50–12:30    Lisa Kewley
   Chris Tinney
   Thomas Jarrett
   Elaine Sadler
  Open discussion
12:30–13:30 Barbecue Lunch