October 24-28, 2016


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GEORGE§ AINMELK Univer§ité de Montréal  
Loïc ALBERT Université de Montréal & iREx Testing Brown Dwarf Models - Secondary Eclipse Observation of LHS 6343
Ricardo AMORIN INAF-Osservatorio Astronomico di Roma Analogs of primeval galaxies at z~3: Studying the early build-up and chemical enrichment of young galaxies before the arrival of JWST
Geneviève ARBOIT Université de Montréal, iREx Simulation of phase-resolved spectroscopic observations of hot Jupiters with NIRISS
Etienne ARTIGAU Université de Montréal/iREx Probing the cloud properties of a benchmark variable T dwarf
    Near-infrared m/s velocimetry: preparing the JWST era in exoplanet characterization
Hakim ATEK Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne Combining JWST With Gravitational Telescopes to detect the Galaxies Responsible For Cosmic Reionization
Shunsuke BABA ISAS/JAXA, the University of Tokyo Near-infrared spectroscopy of CO ro-vibrational absorption toward AGN obscurers with JWST/MIRI
Micaela BAGLEY University of Minnesota Studying the environment around Lyman-alpha emitters during reionization with JWST
Frédérique BARON Université de Montréal - iREx  
Kirk BARROW Georgia Institute of Technology First Light: Exploring the Spectra of Galaxies in the Early Universe
Pierre BASTIEN Université de Montréal - iREx POMM: a new high precision Polarimeter for the Observatoire du Mont-Mégantic
Sylvie Florence BEAULIEU TBD  
Tracy BECKER Southwest Research Institute Mid-IR Spectral Search for Salt Signatures on Solar System Bodies
charles BEICHMAN NExScI Exoplanet Science With JWST
Taylor BELL McGill  
Björn BENNEKE Caltech A Large Hubble Space Telescope Survey of Low-Mass Exoplanets
Jeronimo BERNARD-SALAS The Open University Evolved Stars in the JWST Era
Yan BETREMIEUX JPL/Caltech Effects of sharp transmission boundaries on the effective radius of a transiting exoplanet.
Stephan BIRKMANN European Space Agency JWST/NIRSpec: capabilities for exoplanet characterisation
Dominik BOMANS Astronomical Institute Ruhr-University Bochum 3D Spectroscopy of intermediate redshift galactic outflows
Matteo BONATO Tufts University Exploring galaxy/AGN co-evolution and dwarf galaxy properties with MIRI serendipitous spectroscopic surveys
Nina BONAVENTURA McGill University Red but not dead: Unveiling the Star-forming Far-infrared Spectral Energy Distribution of SpARCS Brightest Cluster Galaxies
Anne BOUCHER Université de Montréal/iREx  
Rychard BOUWENS Leiden University Combining the Power of JWST with Gravitational Lenses to Constrain the Properties of Extremely Low-Luminosity Galaxies
Mia BOVILL STScI Detectability of "First" Light with JWST
Hope BOYCE McGill University  
Martha BOYER STScI Transformative Studies of Stellar Dust Production with JWST: The DUSTiNGS Pathfinding Surveys
Martha BOYER STScI  
Marusa BRADAC UCDavis First Light and Reionization
Gabriel BRAMMER STScI Wide Field Slitless Spectroscopy, from Hubble to JWST
Alyson BROOKS Rutgers University Galaxy Evolution Across Cosmic Ages as Seen by JWST
Stefano CARNIANI University of Cambridge, UK The assembly of "normal" galaxies at z~7
Gerald CECIL University of North Carolina  
David CHARBONNEAU Harvard University Exoplanet Syzygy: A Star, A Planet, and an Infrared Space Telescope
Pragya CHAWLA McGill University  
Ryan CLOUTIER University of Toronto  
Christopher CONSELICE Nottingham Uni Observing High Redshift Galaxies with JWST: What should we expect?
Neil COOK UdeM/iREx  
Nicolas COWAN McGill University  
Nicolas CROUZET Dunlap Institute, University of Toronto Finding the best low-mass exoplanet targets for JWST using TESS and SPIRou
Julianne DALCANTON University of Washington Stellar Populations with JWST
Lisa DANG McGill University - IREx Rounding Up the Misfit: Full-Orbit Phase Curve of CoRoT-2b
Antoine DARVEAU-BERNIER Université de Montréal  
Marie-Eve DESROCHERS iREx (Udem)  
Thavisha DHARMAWARDENA Academia Sinica-Astronomy and Astrophysics Dust production in M31 and M33
René DOYON Université de Montréal - iREx The Near-Infrared Imager and Slitless Spectrograph (NIRISS)
Zachary DRAPER University of Victoria / NRC-Herzberg The Peculiar Debris Disk of HD 111520 as Resolved by the Gemini Planet Imager
Jean DUPUIS Canadian Space Agency  
Daniel DURAND National Research Council Canada - CADC JWST processing in the clouds
Henry FERGUSON Space Telescope Science Institute JWST Data Analysis Tools
Pierre FERRUIT ESA/ESTEC Observing with JWST/NIRSpec
Steven FINKELSTEIN The University of Texas at Austin Using an improved model of reionization to craft a legacy JWST galaxy evolution survey
Will FISCHER NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Understanding Accretion in the Youngest Protostars with MIRI Spectroscopy
Adriano FONTANA INAF OAR Unveiling massive galaxies at high redshift in the JWST era.
Kevin FRANCE University of Colorado  
Brenda FRYE University of Arizona The Best "Optics" for JWST
Jonathan GARDNER NASA GSFC James Webb Space Telescope Overview
Marie-Lou GENDRON-MARSOLAIS Université de Montréal AGN feedback in the Perseus cluster
Andrea GRAZIAN INAF-Osservatorio Astronomico di Roma Warming up the Universe: JWST deep lensing field as a tool to constrain fundamental physics
Claire GUIMOND McGill University  
Lizette GUZMAN-RAMIREZ Leiden Observatory The mixed-chemistry problem in planetary nebulae
Daryl HAGGARD McGill University Multiwavelength Observations of the Galactic Center and Sgr A*
Heidi HAMMEL AURA Observing the Solar System with JWST
Hashima HASAN NASA Headquarters  
Olivier HERNANDEZ Université de Montréal - iREx  
Garth ILLINGWORTH UCSC Maximizing the Science Return from JWST: Seven Years of JSTAC Deliberations and Recommendations.
Natsuko IZUMI National Astronomical Observatory of Japan Observing star-forming regions in the outer Galaxy with JWST
Ray JAYAWARDHANA York University Exploring ‘Rogue Planets’ with JWST
Myoungwon JEON University of Arizona  
Dave JEWITT UCLA Solar System Science - Invited Review
Alexander JOSEPHY McGill University  
Philip JUDGE High Altitude Observatory Bio-signatures from Enceladus' Geysers using transits from 2023
Diane KARAKLA STScI Planning Micro Shutter Array observations of high redshift galaxies in the Hubble Ultra Deep Field
JJ KAVELAARS NRC TNOs surfaces in the JWST era.
Dylan KEATING McGill University  
Thomas KEMP The University of Edinburgh (IFA)/UKATC Simulation of High-Redshift Star Forming Galaxy Observations using MIRI.
Ciska KEMPER ASIAA Crystalline silicates in external galaxies
    A database of computed infrared spectra of proto-silicate clusters and silicate aggregates
Allison KIRKPATRICK Yale How Prevalent are Dust Obscured AGN at z=1-2?: Predictions for MIRI/JWST Samples
Allison KIRKPATRICK Yale  
Ralph KRAFT SAO James Webb Space Telescope and Chandra X-ray Observatory observations of the Frontier Fields clusters: star formation and black hole growth at high redshift
François-René LACHAPELLE Université de Montréal - iREx  
David LAFRENIÈRE Université de Montréal - iREx Characterization of exoplanets with NIRISS
Pierre-Olivier LAGAGE CEA Saclay Characterization of the Atmosphere of Exoplanets with MIRI
Myriam LATULIPPE Université de Montréal Deep VLA observations of the massive cluster MACS J1447.4+0827
Ryan LAU Caltech/JPL Characterizing Infrared Transients with JWST
Janice LEE STScI  
Nikole LEWIS STScI Preparing for JWST
Jennifer LOTZ STScI JWST User Documentation
    Galaxy Mergers and Assembly in the Early Universe
Lison MALO Université de Montréal - iREx / CFHT  
Luca MALTAGLIATI Associate Editor, Nature Astronomy  
Michael MASEDA Leiden Observatory The Prevalence of CIII Emission at 1 < z < 4
Brenda MATTHEWS NRC Herzberg Observations of circumstellar dust with JWST
Kristen MCQUINN UT at Austin Using JWST to Efficiently Probe Different Epochs of Star Formation through Resolved Stars
Andrei MESINGER Scuola Normale Superiore Galaxies during the Epoch of Reionization
Stanimir METCHEV University of Western Ontario Weather on Other Worlds: Implications for JWST Phase Mapping of Variable Brown Dwarfs
Stefanie MILAM NASA Goddard Space Flight Center JWST operations and capabilities for observations in the Solar System
Anthony MOFFAT Univ. de Montreal Wolf-Rayet Stars and Dust Formation in the Early Universe
Marie-Eve NAUD Université de Montréal  
Naslim NEELAMKODAN NAOJ Molecular hydrogen in the interstellar medium of galaxies
Gavin NOBLE McGill University  
Brian O'SHEA Michigan State University Leaving the dark ages: exploring the first galaxies with large-scale cosmological simulations.
Pascal OESCH Geneva University JWST's Spectroscopy at the Cosmic Dawn
Emilie PARENT McGill University  
Maria A. PENA-GUERRERO Space Telescope Science Institute Using Simulated Reference Stars to Test NIRSpec Target Acquisition
Laura PENTERICCI INAF-OAR VANDELS: getting ready for JWST with ultradeep spectroscopy
Timothy PICKERING Space Telescope Science Institute Pandeia: The Exposure Time Calculator for JWST
John PINEDA CU Boulder  
John PINEDA CU Boulder  
Nor PIRZKAL STScI Simulating NIRCAM Slitless Observations
Alexandra POPE University of Massachusetts Amherst Using JWST to measure the evolving interstellar medium in high redshift galaxies
Ralph PUDRITZ McMaster University The Origin of Stars and Their Planetary Systems
laurent PUEYO STScI  
Julien RAMEAU iREx, U. de Montréal Direct Imaging of Exoplanets with NIRISS/AMI
Bernard RAUSCHER NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Optimizing JWST Near-IR Detector Readout for Bright Objects and Transits
Swara RAVINDRANATH Space Telescope Science Institute  
Tim RAWLE ESA/STScI NIRSpec MOS observations of massive galaxy clusters
Annabelle RICHARD-LAFERRIÈRE Université de Montréal The relation between mini-halos and the feedback of supermassive black holes
Harvey RICHER University of British Columbia Observing Globular Star Clusters with JWST
Andrew RIVKIN JHU/APL The Promise of JWST for Asteroid Studies
Jason ROWE iREx/UdeM Tools for Slitless Spectroscopy of Extrasolar Planets with NIRISS aboard JWST
Martin SAHLÉN Johns Hopkins & Uppsala University  
Marcin SAWICKI Saint Mary's University  
Joel SCHWARTZ McGill University Exploring the Impact of JWST Measurements on Characterizing Planetary Atmospheres
Peter SCICLUNA ASIAA Fitting AGN mid-infrared spectra efficiently
Holly SHEETS McGill University - iREx  
Heath SHIPLEY Tufts University

Through the Looking Mass: Comprehensive Photometric Catalogs of Multi-wavelength HST Imaging for the Hubble Frontier Fields

    The Luminous Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon Emission Features: Applications to High Redshift Galaxies and Active Galactic Nuclei

Ragandeep Singh SIDHU Department of Physics, Panjab University  
Gabrielle SIMARD McGill University  
Suresh SIVANANDAM University of Toronto  
Henrik SPOON Cornell University The Infrared Database of Extragalactic Observables from Spitzer
Sundar SRINIVASAN ASIAA Dust in the wind: the mineralogy of newly formed dust in Active Galactic Nuclei
Jonathan ST-ANTOINE University of Montreal NOS: NIRISS Optical Simulator
Sherry SUYU Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics Cosmology with Gravitational Lens Time Delays
Michihiro TAKAMI ASIAA, Taiwan Revealing accretion and evolution of heavily embedded high-mass protostars
Robert THACKER Saint Mary's University  
Matthew TISCARENO SETI Institute Observing rings and small moons with JWST
Tommaso TREU UCLA GLASS: science highlights and lessons for JWST
Ariane TRUDEAU Université de Montréal Polarization of A/B stars in the Young cluster NGC 6611
Luc TURBIDE Université de Montreal  
Sofia WALLSTRÖM ASIAA Massive stars and the crystallinity of interstellar silicates
Dan WEISZ UC Berkeley The Local Deep Field
Chris WILLOTT NRC-Herzberg Galaxy Evolution with NIRISS Slitless Spectroscopy
Rogier WINDHORST Arizona State University  
Jennifer WISEMAN NASA Goddard Space Flight Center  
Jennifer WISEMAN NASA Goddard Space Flight Center  
Stuart WYITHE University of Melbourne Origins and fate of the highest known redshift galaxy: Implications for JWST
Marie YGOUF IPAC/Caltech