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LSST at AAS 205

205th Meeting of the American Astronomical Society
9-13 January 2005 San Diego, CA

Session 133.   Cosmology with Large-Area Surveys

Invited, Wednesday, January 12, 2005, 3:40-5:10pm

133.02 The Large Synoptic Survey Telescope
Presentation [pdf]
P.A. Pinto (Steward Observatory, University of Arizona)

Session 108.   LSST

Poster, Wednesday, January 12, 2005, 9:20am-6:30pm, Exhibit Hall

108.01 The Large Synoptic Survey Telescope Science Requirements
Presentation [pdf]
J. A. Tyson (University of California, Davis), LSST Team
108.02  An Overview of the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope (LSST) System
Presentation [pdf]
C.W. Stubbs (Harvard University), D. Sweeney (LSST Corp), J.A. Tyson (UC Davis), LSST Collaboration
108.03  Optical Design for the 8.4m Large Synoptic Survey Telescope
Presentation [pdf]
L. G. Seppala (LLNL), M. Liang, C. F. Claver (NOAO), J. Burge (U. Arizona), K. Cook (LLNL/NOAO), L. Daggert (NOAO), S. Ellis (Photon Inc.), S. M. Kahn (SLAC), V. Krabbendam (NOAO), D. Sweeney (LSST Inc./LLNL), C. Stubbs (Harvard), D. Wittman, J. A. Tyson (UC Davis)
108.04  LSST Telescope Design
Presentation [pdf]
V. Krabbendam, C.F. Claver, L. Daggert, J. Sebag, D.R. Neill, R. Gomez (NOAO), J.H. Burge, R. Tessieries, W. Davison, B. Cuerden (U. Arizona)
108.05  The Optical and Mechanical Design of the LSST Camera
Presentation [pdf]
L.C. Hale (LLNL)
108.06  Design Overview of the LSST Camera
Presentation [pdf]
S. M. Kahn (SLAC), LSST Camera Team
108.07  LSST Focal Plane and Detector Development
Presentation [pdf]
J.C. Geary (Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory), LSST Focal Plane Team
108.08  Independent Testing of Silicon PIN Detector Arrays for LSST
Presentation [pdf]
D. F. Figer, M. Regan, E. Morse (STScI)
108.09  LSST Operational Cadence Simulation and Design
Presentation [pdf]
K.H. Cook (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, National Optical Astronomy Observatory), A. Saha, F. Pierfedrici, R. Allsman (National Optical Astronomy Observatory), F. Delgado (Cerro Tololo Inter-Americal Observatory), P.A. Pinto (Steward Observatory, University of Arizona)
108.10  Analysis of the LSST image quality and effects seen through the atmosphere
Presentation [pdf]
C. F. Claver (NOAO), L. Rosenberg, S. Asztalos (LLNL), A. Becker (U. Washington), J. R. Peterson (SLAC), D. Wittman, J. A. Tyson (UC Davis)
108.11  The LSST Data Processing Pipeline
Presentation [pdf]
T. Axelrod (Steward Observatory), A. Connolly (U. Pittsburgh), Z. Ivezic (U. Washington), J. Kantor (LSST Corp.), R. Lupton (Princeton Univ.), R. Plante (NCSA), C. Stubbs (Harvard Univ.), D. Wittman (UC Davis)
108.12  LSST : Image Subtraction & Transient Detection Techniques
Presentation [pdf]
A.C. Becker (U. Washington), A. Rest (CTIO), G. Miknaitis (U. Washington), R.C. Smith (CTIO), C. Stubbs (Harvard)
108.13  LSST and Astronomy in 2020
Presentation [pdf]
A.S. Szalay (The Johns Hopkins University), T. Axelrod (University of Arizona), J. Gray (Microsoft Research), R.H. Lupton (Princeton University), R. Pike (Google)
108.14  LSST and Cosmology: Supernovae and Cosmic Shear As Complementary Probes of Dark Energy
Presentation [pdf]
L. Knox, A. Albrecht (UCD), Y.-S. Song (U Chicago), J. A. Tyson, D. Wittman (UCD)
108.15  Cosmology with Shear Selected Galaxy Clusters in LSST
Presentation [pdf]
Z. Haiman, S. Wang (Columbia University & Brookhaven National Labs), J. Khoury (Massachussetts Institute of Technology), J. F. Hennawi (UC Berkeley), M. May (Brookhaven National Laboratory), D.N. Spergel (Princeton University), J. A. Tyson (UC Davis)
108.16  Dark Energy Constraints from Lensing Tomography with LSST
Presentation [pdf]
M. Takada (Tohoku U.), G. Bernstein (U Penn), W. Hu, D. Huterer (U Chicago), B. Jain (U Penn), L. Knox, T. Tyson, D. Wittman (UC Davis)
108.17  Weak Lensing Cosmology with LSST: Three-Point Shear Correlations
Presentation [pdf]
M. Jarvis (U. Penn.), M. Takada (Tohoku U.), B. Jain, G. Bernstein (U. Penn.)
108.18  Supernova Science from a "Standard" LSST Cadence
Presentation [pdf]
P. M. Garnavich (Notre Dame), R. C. Smith (CTIO), G. Miknaitis (U. Wash.), C. W. Stubbs (CfA), N. B. Suntzeff, J. L. Preito (CTIO), P. Pinto (U. Ariz.)
108.19  Core Collapse Supernovae Observed with the LSST
Presentation [pdf]
N. B. Suntzeff, R. C. Smith (CTIO/NOAO), M. Hamuy, M. M. Phillips (LCO/OCIW), T. Tyson (U.C. Davis)
108.20  An LSST Deep Supernova Cosmology Program
Presentation [pdf]
P.A. Pinto (Steward Observatory, University of Arizona), C.R. Smith (National Optical Astronomy Observatory), P.M. Garnavich (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics)
108.21  LSST Solar System Survey — Cadence and Sky Coverage Requirements
Presentation [pdf]
A. W. Harris (Space Science Institute), E. L. G. Bowell (Lowell Observatory)
108.22  Mapping the Solar System with LSST
Presentation [pdf]
Z. Ivezic (University of Washington), M. Juric, R. Lupton (Princeton University), A. Connolly, J. Kubica, A. Moore (University of Pittsburgh), A. Harris (STScI), T. Bowell (Lowell Observatoy), G. Bernstein (University of Pennsylvania), C. Stubbs (Harvard University), LSST Collaboration
108.23  Estimating the Astrometric Accuracy of LSST
Presentation [pdf]
D. Monet (USNO), I. Platais (JHU), LSST Team
108.24  Multiple Dimensions of LSST Transient Detection: How do we detect things that go bump in the night that we have not yet thought of?
Presentation [pdf]
W.T. Vestrand (LANL), A. Becker (Univ. of Washington), S. Perkins, J. Theiler (LANL), J. A. Tyson (UC Davis), A. Rest, C. Smith (CTIO), C. Stubbs (Harvard), N. B. Suntzeff (CTIO), P. R. Wozniak (LANL)
108.25  Science Education with the LSST
Presentation [pdf]
S.H. Jacoby (LSSTC), L.M. Khandro, A.M. Larson (UW), D.W. McCarthy (UA), S.M. Pompea (NOAO), M.M. Shara (AMNH)
108.26  Mapping the Milky Way and Intergalactic Space with LSST
Presentation [pdf]
K. Olsen (CTIO/NOAO), Z. Ivezic (Univ. of Washington), D. Monet (USNO), D. Zaritsky (Univ. of Arizona), M. Shara (American Museum of Natural History), A. Saha (NOAO), LSST Collaboration
108.27  Strong Lensing Studies with the LSST
Presentation [pdf]
C. D. Fassnacht (UC Davis), P. J. Marshall, A. E. Baltz, R. D. Blandford (KIPAC), P. L. Schechter (MIT), J. A. Tyson (UC Davis)
108.28  AGN Science with the LSST
Presentation [pdf]
R.F. Green (KPNO), D.P. Schneider (Penn State), P.S. Osmer (Ohio State), D.E. Vanden Berk (Penn State)

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