James Webb Space Telescope Keele Hall

James Webb Space Telescope Community Day at Keele Hall, Wednesday 31 May 2017

JWST instrument team experts presented the capabilities of the various instruments and instrument modes, and demonstrate the tools available to prepare JWST observations and reduce JWST data. This workshop gave you the most up-to-date information to aid you in preparing your Cycle 1 proposals.
Programme (with links to slides):

Registration was free and included free lunch and coffee breaks. For catering purposes participants were required to register by Wednesday 10 May (on a first come first serve basis), by e-mail to j.oliveira@keele.ac.uk
The workshop took place in the Salvin room of Keele Hall, on the Keele University campus near Newcastle-under-Lyme / Stoke-on-Trent.

Directions can be found here.


This JWST Community Day formed part of a 3-day meeting of Mega-SAGE, the umbrella consortium of Surveying the Agents of Galaxy Evolution - resolved studies of stellar death, star formation and the ISM, from local to global scales in nearby galaxies. If you are interested in joining Mega-SAGE or their JWST Early Release Science programme (SAGE-ERS) then you are still very welcome to contact us.
Joana Oliveira and Jacco van Loon
Plume