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LSST at 221st AAS Meeting

Saturday, January 5, 2013

Poster Session 

247.01 - LSST Data Products: Enabling LSST Science
Mario Juric1, J. Kantor1, T. S. Axelrod2, G. P. Dubois-Felsmann3, J. Becla3, K-T Lim3, R. Lupton4, the LSST Project and Science Collaborations
1 Large Synoptic Survey Telescope 2University of Arizona 3SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory 4Princeton University
247.02 - Astroinformatics in the Age of LSST: Analyzing the Summer 2012 Data Release
Kirk Borne1, N. De Lee2, K. Stassun2, Martin Paegert2, P. Cargile2, D. Burger2, J. Bloom3, J. Richards3
1George Mason University, 2Vanderbilt University, 3University of California Berkeley
247.03 - Advancing the LSST Operations Simulator
Abhijit Saha1, Francisco Delgado1, Kem H. Cook2, Stephen Ridgway1, Srinivasan Chandrasekharan1, Catherine Petry3 and the Operations Simulator Group
1NOAO, 2Eureka Science, 3Unaffilliated
247.04 - Simulating LSST Mini Surveys
Stephen T. Ridgway1, Kem H. Cook2, Srinivasan Chandrasekharan1 and the LSST Operations Simulator Group
1NOAO 2Eureka Scientific
247.05 - LSST Image Simulations
En-Hsin Peng1, J. R. Peterson1, J. G. Jernigan2, A. J. Connolly3, Z. Ahmad1, J. Bankert1, D. Bard4, C. Chang5, C. F. Claver6, R. R. Gibson3, D. K. Gilmore4, E. Grace1, M. Hannel1, M. Hodge1, L. Jones3, S. M. Kahn4, K. S. Krughoff3, S. Lorenz1, S. Marshall4, S. Nagarajan1, A. Rasmussen4, M. Shmakova4, N. Silvestri3, N. Todd1, A. Winans1, M. Young1
1Purdue University, 2UC Berkeley, 3University of Washington, 4SLAC, 5Stanford, 6NOAO
247.06 - LSST Astrometry: Simulations and Numerical Tools
Željko Ivezić1, D. Monet2, A. Connolly1, S. Krughoff1, A. Walker3
1University of Washington, 2U. S. Naval Observatory Flagstaff Station, 3Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory
247.07 - The LSST Deep Drilling Program
R. Lynne Jones1, W. Niel Brandt2, Kem Cook3, Saurav Dhital4, Mark Lacy5, and the LSST Deep Drilling Interest Group
1University of Washington, 2Penn State University, 3LSST Corp, 4Boston University, 5NRAO
247.08 - LSST as a Large Scale Structure Telescope: Probing Cosmology and Galaxy Formation
Eric Gawiser1, Hu Zhan2, Alexandra Abate3, Viviana Acquaviva4, Andrew Bradshaw5, Robert J. Brunner6, Shirley Ho7, Jeffrey A. Newman8, J. Anthony Tyson5 and the LSST Large Scale Structure Science Collaboration
1Rutgers University 2National Astronomical Observatories of China 3University of Arizona 4CUNY NYC College of Technology 5University of California, Davis 6University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign 7Carnegie Mellon University 8University of Pittsburgh
247.09 - How to Measure Dark Energy with LSST's Strong Gravitational Lenses
Phil Marshall1, Tommaso Treu2, Robert Brunner3,
and the LSST Dark Energy Science Collaboration (DESC) Strong Lensing Analysis Working Group
1Department of Physics, University of Oxford 2Department of Physics, University of California Santa Barbara 3University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
247.10 - AGN Science with the LSST
Ohad Shemmer1, S. F. Anderson2, D. R. Ballantyne3, A. J. Barth4, W. N. Brandt5, R. J. Brunner6, G. Chartas7, P. S. Coppi8, W. H. de Vries9, M. Eracleous5, X. Fan10, R. Gibson11, A. G. Gray3, R. F. Green12,
A. E. Kimball13, M. Lacy13, P. Lira14, G. M. Madejski15, J. Newman16, G. T. Richards17, D. P. Schneider5, A. Seth18, H. A. Smith19, M. A. Strauss20, E. Treister21, L. Trouille22, 23, C. M. Urry8, D. Vanden Berk24
1University of North Texas, 2University of Washington, 3Georgia Tech, 4UC Irvine, 5Penn State, 6UIUC, 7College of Charleston, 8Yale, 9LLNL, 10University of Arizona, 11Autonomy Software, 12LBTO, 13NRAO, 14Universidad de Chile, 15SLAC, 16University of Pittsburgh, 17Drexel University, 18University of Utah, 19CfA, 20Princeton, 21Universidad de Concepcion, 22Northwestern, 23Adler Planetarium, 24St. Vincent College
247.11 - Connections Between LSST Science and Particle Physics
Tony Tyson1, Patricia Burchat2, Gregory Dubois-Felsmann3 , Steven Kahn2,3, Ian Shipsey4 , Jon Thaler5
1UC Davis 2Stanford 3SLAC 4Purdue 5U. Illinois


Financial support for Rubin Observatory comes from the National Science Foundation (NSF) through Cooperative Agreement No. 1258333, the Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Science under Contract No. DE-AC02-76SF00515, and private funding raised by the LSST Corporation. The NSF-funded Rubin Observatory Project Office for construction was established as an operating center under management of the Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy (AURA).  The DOE-funded effort to build the Rubin Observatory LSST Camera (LSSTCam) is managed by the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory (SLAC).
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NSF and DOE will continue to support Rubin Observatory in its Operations phase. They will also provide support for scientific research with LSST data.   

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