A. Scientific talks

I. Landscape of millimetre astronomy (inaugural lecture) - Pepe Cernicharo

II. Interstellar medium - Javier Goicoechea

III. Solar system - Raphael Moreno

IV. Star formation processess - Henrik Beuther

V. Evolved stars - Guillermo Quintana-Lacaci

VI. Nearby galaxies - Amélie Saintonge

VII. Distant galaxies and the high-redshift universe - Stefano Berta

VIII. Dust emission in the universe - Juan Macías-Pérez

IX. Synergies between NOEMA and the 30-meter - Jérôme Pety
 

B. Technical talks 

I. Introduction to millimetre instrumentation and to the 30m telescope - Miguel Sánchez

II. Heterodyne detection - Santiago Navarro

III. Continuum instruments - Juan Macías-Pérez

IV. Data calibration - Carsten Kramer

V. Observing strategies - Jérôme Pety / Sébastien Bardeau

VI. Basics of GILDAS/CLASS - Jérôme Pety / Sébastien Bardeau

VII. Handling data cubes - Sébastien Bardeau / Jérôme Pety

VIII. Introduction to the continuum camera pipeline: PIIC - Stefano Berta

IX. Introduction to interferometry and NOEMA  - Melanie Krips

X. Polarimetry observations - Alessia Ritacco

 

 

C. Working groups (for the practical hands-on work)

 I - Spectral surveys of star-forming regions and pre-stellar cores -- Jerome Pety and Pablo Torne 

II - Continuum observations of extended galactic (TBD) sources  -- Juan Macias and Albrecht Sievers

III - Spectral observations of nearby galaxies -- Monica Rodriguez and Brisa Mancillas

IV - Continuum observations of nearby galaxies -- Carsten Kramer and Ioannis Myserlis

V - Continuum observations of high-redshift galaxies -- Stefano Berta and Gabriel Paubert

VI - Line observations of high-redshift galaxies -- Ángel Bongiovanni and Miguel Sánchez