The purpose of the workshop is to bring together leading astronomers and astrophysicists to integrate the planned CMB-S4 Legacy Survey, a multi-band millimeter wave survey covering roughly half the sky at unprecedented sensitivity and observing cadence, with other directions in astrophysics. This includes the time variable sky as seen in solar system science, stellar variability, binary evolution, supernovae, tidal disruption events, and gamma-ray bursts, as well as high-redshift star formation and studies of feedback from black holes and star formation on the intergalactic medium, including galaxy cluster thermodynamics and reionization.

All participants are required to review and agree to follow our KICP Community Values.

Scientific Organizing Committee
Marcelo Alvarez
UC Berkeley
Nicholas Battaglia
Cornell University
Lindsey Bleem
Argonne National Laboratory
John Carlstrom
University of Chicago, ANL
Colin Hill
Institute for Advanced Study/Flatiron Institute
Gil Holder
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Douglas Scott
University of British Columbia
Joaquin Vieira
U. Illinois
Nathan Whitehorn

Picture: Location
William Eckhart Research Center (ERC)
Room 401, William Eckhart Research Center (ERC),
Kavli Institute for Cosmological Physics,
5640 South Ellis Avenue,
Chicago, IL