Revolution in Astronomy with ALMA - The 3rd Year

December 8 - 11, 2014 Tokyo International Forum, Tokyo, Japan

Conference Group Photo


Dec 5, 2014
Google Webform for questions/comments.
Nov 28, 2014
Final program posted (See Program page).
Nov 04, 2014
Preliminary program updated and the latest poster list released.
Oct 22, 2014
Preliminary program updated.
Oct 15, 2014
Preliminary program released.
Oct 1, 2014
List of invited/contributed talks released.
May 26, 2014
Second circular. Registration opens.
Feb 24, 2014
First circular.


The Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) has been producing a growing number of impressive and scientifically compelling results as the most powerful mm/submm interferometer in the world. Held in central Tokyo, the aim of this four day conference is to highlight the most recent science results from ALMA obtained during the first three years of science operations, and to motivate future collaboration among researchers around the world. The science topic includes all fields of astronomy; cosmology and galaxies in the distant universe, nearby galaxies and the Galactic Center, ISM and star formation in our own galaxy, astrochemistry, circumstellar disks, exoplanets, solar system, stellar evolution and the Sun. Recent results using the ALMA Archive are also welcome. This four day conference will feature invited/contributed talks and poster sessions. Young researchers and students are particularly encouraged to attend the meeting.

1st circular: February 24, 2014
2nd circular (registration begins): May 26, 2014
Deadline for registration for oral contribution: August 20, 2014 (UT 3:00)
Conference preliminary program: Late September, 2014
Deadline for registration (poster contribution/attendance only), and payment: October 15, 2014 (UT 3:00)

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Public Talk: December 7
Conference: December 8-11


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ALMA (ESO/NAOJ/NRAO), S. Casassus et al.
ALMA (ESO/NAOJ/NRAO). Visible light image: the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope
ESO/ALMA (ESO/NAOJ/NRAO)/H. Arce. Acknowledgements: Bo Reipurth
ALMA (ESO/NAOJ/NRAO), NAOJ, Fukagawa et al.