Program and Speakers

  • Reviewers
    Christy Tremonti
    Gary Ferland


    Invited Speakers
    Allison Strom (High redshift and local analogues: HR)
    Ángeles Díaz (HII regions)
    Antonio Peimbert (HII regions)
    Danielle Berg (surveys)
    Fillippo Mannucci (Metal abundances and gal.evol.)
    Francesco Belfiore (surveys)
    Jarle Brinchmann (surveys)
    Lisa Kewley (Metal abundances and gal.evol.)
    Mercedes Mollá (chemical evol. models)
    Ricardo Amorín (High redshift and local analogues: LA)
    Roberto Maiolino (Metal abundances and gal.evol.)
    Rogemar Riffel (AGNs)
    Ryan Sanders (High redshift and local analogues: HR)
    Thoru Nagao (AGNs)


    Program
    All events will be virtual and be hosted by the Instituto de Pesquisa e Desenvolvimento (IP&D/UNIVAP), located at São José dos Campos, SP. Review talks are 30 minutes long, plus 10 additional minutes for questions. Invited talks are 20 minutes long, plus 10 additional minutes for questions. Contributed talks are 15 minutes long, plus 5 additional minutes for questions..


    The schedule of the workshop follows the Brazil winter timezone (BRT).

    https://www.timeanddate.com/time/zones/brt


    24 May

    9:00-9:30

    Welcome

    9:30-10:10

    Review talk:
    Gary Ferland

    A quick review of measuring chemical abundances in nebulae

    10:10-10:30

    Cesar Esteban

    Precise determination of the He, C, N, O, Ne, S, Cl, and Ar radial abundance gradients of the Milky Way

    10:30-10:50

    Kathryn Kreckel

    Building a comprehensive view of HII region abundance variations across nearby galaxies

    10:50-11:30

    Coffee break

    11:30-12:00

    Invited talk:
    Antonio Peimbert

    TBD

    12:00-12:20

    Natalia Vale Asari

    The role of the diffuse ionized gas in metallicity calibrations

    12:20-12:40

    Horacio Dottori

    The Age-Metallicity Dichotomy in NGC 7020

    12:40-14:00

    Lunch

    14:00-14:30

    Invited talk:

    Ángeles Díaz

    Using sulphur as metallicity tracer in galaxies

    14:30-14:50

    Ciro Pappalardo

    Self-consistent population spectral synthesis with FADO: mean stellar metallicity of galaxies in spectral synthesis method

    14:50-15:10

    Carlos Espinosa Ponce

    Relation between physical properties and the underlying stellar populations of HII regions

    15:10-15:30

    Sandra Zamora Arenal

    Physical properties of circumnuclear ionising clusters: NGC 7742

    15:30-16:00

    Coffee break

    16:00-16:20

    Sandro Tacchella

    Hα emission as a tracer for star formation and the ISM

    16:20-16:40

    Alec Hirschauer

    Hα Dots: Direct-Method Metal Abundances of Low-Luminosity Star-Forming Systems

    16:40-17:00

    Alexia Amayo

    New ionization correction factors for giant H II regions



    25 May

    9:00-9:30

    Invited talk:

    Lisa Kewley

    Metal abundances and galaxy evolution

    9:30-9:50

    Karla Arellano Córdova

    The temperature structure and the performance of strong-line methods in H II regions of nearby galaxies

    9:50-10:10

    Almudena Zurita

    Bar effect on gas-phase abundance gradients

    10:10-10:30

    Yuanza Luo

    Evidence for the Accretion of Gas in Star-Forming Galaxies: High N/O Abundances in Regions of Anomalously-Low Metallicity

    10:30-10:50

    José Eduardo Méndez Delgado

    Echelle spectroscopy of HH objects in the Orion Nebula. Laboratories to better understand ionized nebulae

    10:50-11:30

    Coffee break

    11:30-12:00

    Invited talk:

    Mercedes Mollá

    Chemical evolution models

    12:00-12:20

    Piyush Sharda

    What can gas phase metallicities tell us about galaxy evolution?

    12:20-12:40

    Poster Session:

    David Carr

    Augusto Lassen

    Lucas Da Silva Brito

    Walter Maciel

    María Candela Zerbo

    James Buell

    Ilyse Clark

    Katia Slodkowski Clerici

     

    1-2 minutes expositions

     

     

    12:40-14:00

    Lunch

    14:00-14:30

    Invited talk:
    Roberto Maiolino

    Metallicity scaling relations and their constraints on galaxy evolutionary processes

    14:30-14:50

    Svea Hernández

    First Co-spatial Comparison of Stellar, Neutral-, and Ionized-gas Metallicities in a metal-rich galaxies

    14:50-15:10

    José M. Vílchez

    Chemical abundances and evolution of galaxies in strongly disturbed environments

    15:10-15:30

    Kathryn Grasha

    The Chemical Evolution of Spiral Galaxies with TYPHOON

    15:30-16:00

    Coffee break

    16:00-16:30

    Invited talk:

    Filippo Mannucci

    The role of DIG in the measure of ISM metallicity

    16:30-16:50

    Emanuele Spitoni

    On the connection between the most fundamental galactic scaling relations and galactic downsizing

    16:50-17:10

    Paola Álvarez Hurtado

    Characterizing the Mass-Metallicity Relation


    26 May

    9:00-9:40

    Review talk:

    Christy Tremonti

    The Mass-Metallicity Relation: a 40 year retrospective

    9:40-10:00

    Juan Antonio Fernández Ontiveros

    Measuring chemical abundances with infrared nebular lines

    10:00-10:20

    Vital Gutiérrez Fernández

    The application of Bayesian models in the analysis of large chemical models and data sets

    10:20-10:40

    Matilde Mingozzi

    Probing ISM properties in local star forming galaxies from Bayesian fitting to photoionization model

    10:40-11:10

    Coffee break

    11:10-11:40

    Invited talk:

    Jarle Brinchmann

    Surveying for metals - past, present and future

    11:40-12:00

    Andrea Franchetto

    GASP and MaNGA surveys unveil the enigma of the gas metallicity gradients in disk galaxies

    12:00-12:20

    Jorge Barrera Ballesteros

    SDSS-IV MaNGA: What Shapes the Distribution of Metals in Galaxies? Exploring the Roles of the

    Local

    12:20-12:40

    Alejandro Lumbreras Calle

    A large population of extreme emission line galaxies in the local universe unveiled with J-PLUS

    12:40-14:00

    Lunch

    14:00-14:30

    Invited talk:

    Francesco Belfiore

    A MUSE view of H II regions in nearby galaxies

    14:30-14:50

    Igor Zinchenko

    The radial gradients of the oxygen abundance and N/O ratio in MaNGA galaxies

    14:50-15:10

    Sebastián Sánchez Sánchez

    The EDGE-CALIFA survey: The local and global relations between Sigma_mass, Sigma_SFR and Sigma_mol[1] 

    15:10-15:30

    Guillermo Blanc

    The SDSS-V Local Volume Mapper Survey

    15:30-16:00

    Coffee break

    16:00-16:30

    Invited talk:

    Danielle Berg

    Mapping Chemical Evolution Across Cosmic Time with UV Emission-Line Surveys

    16:30-16:50

    Borja Pérez Díaz

    Chemical abundances in the nuclear region of nearby galaxies from the Palomar Survey



    27 May

    9:00-9:30

    Invited talk:

    Allison Strom

    Measuring abundance patterns in z~2 galaxies from the Keck Baryonic Structure Survey

    9:30-9:50

    Ayan Acharyya

    Chemical abundances of 22 lensed galaxies at 1.5< z < 4 based on rest-frame UV diagnostics

    9:50-10:10

    Mario Llerena

    The chemical nature of CIII]λ1908 emitting star-forming galaxies at z~2-4 in the VANDELS survey

    10:10-10:30

    Maximilien Franco

    Hydrogen fluoride in absorption at z=4.4: witnessing the ramp-up of chemical enrichment of the intererstellar medium

    [1] 10:30-10:50

    Connor Hayden Pawson

    The KLEVER survey: Global and spatially resolved Nitrogen abundances in high-redshift star-forming galaxies

    10:50-11:30

    Coffee break

    11:30-12:00

    Invited talk:

    Ryan Sanders

    Gas-Phase Metallicities in the High-Redshift Universe: Current Status and a Bright Future

    12:00-12:20

    Antonello Calabro

    Environmental processes in star-forming galaxies at high redshift

    12:20-12:40

    Poster Session:

    Kelly Frank Heckler

    Lucas Zenocratti

    Gabriel Maciel Azevedo

    Karla Garnica Luna

    Sandra Zamora Arenal

    Gabriele Ilha

    Celso de Oliveira

    Catarina Aydar

     

    1-2 minutes expositions

     

     

    12:40-14:00

    Lunch

    14:00-14:30

    Invited talk:

    Ricardo Amorín

    Chemical abundances in extreme conditions: Studies of local analogs of reionization galaxies

    14:30-14:50

    Peter Senchyna

    Stellar and gas-phase abundances in extremely metal-poor C IV emitters in the local Universe

    14:50-15:10

    Erik Aver

    Improving Primordial Helium Abundance Determinations

    15:10-15:30

    Mirko Curti

    A KLEVER probe of the ISM in high-z galaxies

    15:30-16:00

    Coffee break

    16:00-16:20

    Christophe Morisset

    Machine learning methods serving interstellar medium studies

    16:20-16:40

    Alex James Cameron

    Mapping minor-axis electron temperature variations in the edge-on galaxy Mrk 1486 with DUVET: Signat


    28 May

    9:00-9:30

    Invited talk:

    Tohru Nagao

    Subaru wide-field AGN surveys toward high-z

    AGN metallicity studies

    9:30-9:50

    Yucheng Guo

    Metal Enrichment in the Circumgalactic Medium and Lya Halos around Quasars at z~3

    9:50-10:10

    Emma Curtis Lake

    Modelling Type-II AGN with BEAGLE

    10:10-10:30

    Sophia Flury

    Semi-empirical AGN metallicities

    10:30-10:50

    Valentina D’ODorico

    Can we detect the chemical signature of PopIII stars at z~6? A view from the XQR-30 survey

    10:50-11:30

    Coffee break

    11:30-12:00

    Invited talk:
    Rogemar Riffel

    Electron temperature distributions and shocked gas emission outside the AGN ionization axis in nearby Seyfert galaxies

    12:00-12:20

    Varsha Kulkarni

    Element Abundances in the Gas in Galaxies over the Past >12 Gyrs and the Relevant Atomic Data

    12:20-12:40

    Poster Session:

    Vanessa Lorenzoni

    Verónica Gómez

    Ayan Acharyya

    Valeria Grisoni

    John Graham

    Marina Bianchin

    Leticia Carigi

     

    1-2 minutes expositions

     

     

    12:40-14:00

    Lunch

    14:00-14:20

    Francisco Ruiz Escobedo

    Physical conditions, abundances and kinematics of CELs and ORLs in young and compact Planetary Nebulae

    14:20-14:40

    Jorge García Rojas

    Neutron-capture emission lines in planetary nebula

    14:40-15:00

    Souradeep Bhattacharya

    Planetary Nebulae as discrete tracers of chemistry in Andromeda: Insight into the recent formation history

    15:00-15:20

    Stavros Akras

    SATELLITE: automatic Spectroscopic Analysis Tool for intEgraL fieLd unIt daTacubEs

    15:20-15:50

    Coffee break

    15:50-16:10

    José Norberto Espíritu Contreras

    Physical conditions and chemical abundances in PN M 2-36. Results from deep echelle observations

    16:10-16:30

    Filippo Santoliquido

    The cosmic merger rate density of compact binaries