April 27-29, 2020; University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL
Supernovae live at the intersection of research interests of a number of the Science Collaborations of the Legacy Survey of Space and Time (LSST). These energetic sources probe stellar physics, aid in modeling nearby multi-messenger sources, trace feedback over cosmic time, and allow us to measure the expansion history of the Universe.
This workshop will cover commissioning activities for the survey, identify key pieces of shared infrastructure, and guide new users accessing LSST data projects. We will foster future collaborations for obtaining follow-up observations, identify innovative extensions to our analyses, and improve our communication wit the LSST Tea. Most importantly we will chart the course for supernova science readiness with LSST.
Registration and information at: https://supernova.web.illinois.edu
LSSTC Support: $27,000