Day 1: Tuesday, February 8, 2022

Time Speaker Title
Session 1. Chair: Lee Armus (Caltech/IPAC)
8:00 Lee Armus, LOC Welcome/Introductory remarks
8:10 Julie McEnery (NASA GSFC) Invited: Roman Project Updates
8:40 David Jones (UCSC) Invited: Using the Roman Space Telescope Supernova Survey to Unravel Cosmic Controversies
9:10 Aparna Bhattacharya (NASA GSFC) Invited: Completing Exoplanet Census with Roman Galactic Exoplanet Survey
9:40 Break  
Session 2. Chair: Rebekah Hounsell (UMBC)
9:50 Philip Joseph Macias (UCSC) Contributed: An Updated Reference Time-Domain Survey and Cosmology Forecast with the Roman Space Telescope
10:05 David Rubin (U. Hawaii) Contributed: Evaluating and Optimizing the Roman Prism for the SN Survey
10:20 Eric Hsiao (Florida State) Contributed: Bridging our knowledge gap of supernova properties in the infrared
10:35 Justin Pierel (STScI) Contributed: SALT3-NIR: Taking the Type Ia Supernova Cosmology Workhorse to Longer Wavelengths
10:50 Helen Qu (U. Pennsylvania) Contributed: Photometric Supernova Classification in the Roman Era
11:05 Lightning poster talks  
11:20 Break (Lunch)  
Session 3. Chair: Ori Fox (STScI)
11:50 Sebastiano Calchi-Novati (Caltech/IPAC) Contributed: Microlensing with the Roman Galactic Exoplanet Survey
12:05 Henry Ferguson (STScI) Contributed: Wide-Field Instrument time-domain processing at the Science Operations Center
12:20 Jacob Jencson (U. Arizona) Invited: Revealing Core-Collapse Supernovae and Failed Explosions with Roman
12:50 Wynn Jacobson-Galán (UC Berkeley) Contributed: Extremely Late-time Light Curve Evolution and Progenitor Constraints of Calcium-rich Transients
13:05 Takashi Moriya (NAOJ) Contributed: Discovering Supernovae at Epoch of Reionization with Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope
13:20 Break  
13:30 Benjamin Rose (Duke U.) Invited: Better than the Sum of its Parts: Synergistic Observations for Roman Extragalactic Transient Science
14:00 Discussion TBD
14:30 (End of Day 1)  


Day 2: Wednesday, February 9, 2022

Time Speaker Title
Session 4. Chair: Rachel Street (Las Cumbres Obs.)
8:00 Etienne Bachelet (Las Cumbres Obs.) Invited: Synergies between Roman and other surveys: the case of microlensing
8:30 Krzysztof Adam Rybicki (Astronomical Obs., U. Warsaw) Contributed: Astrometric microlensing with Roman Space Telescope and Gaia
8:45 Valerio Bozza (U. di Salerno) Contributed: Astrometric microlensing with Roman: a public code and perspectives for detection
9:00 B. Scott Gaudi (Ohio State) Contributed: Notional Parameters, Extensions, and Auxiliary Science of the Roman Galactic Bulge Time Domain Survey
9:15 Break  
9:25 Samson Johnson (Ohio State) Contributed: Predictions of the Roman Galactic Bulge Time Domain Survey: Constraints on the Frequency of Earth-Analogs
9:40 Casey Lam (UC Berkeley) Contributed: Hunting for isolated black holes with gravitational microlensing
9:55 Keming Zhang (UC Berkeley) Contributed: Fast Inference Method for Roman Microlensing Unveils a New Unifying Degeneracy
10:10 Break  
Session 5. Chair: Jessie Runnoe (Vanderbilt U.)
10:20 Sjoert van Velzen (Leiden U.) Invited: Tidal Disruption Events in the Rubin/Roman era: a multi-messenger feast
10:50 Thomas Michael Reynolds (U. Turku) Contributed: Energetic nuclear transients in luminous infrared galaxies
11:05 Triana Almeyda (South Carolina State U.) Invited: AGN Variability Studies with the Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope
11:35 Discussion Synergies (leads: Rose, Bachelet)
12:05 Break (lunch)  
Session 6. Chair: Mansi Kasliwal (Caltech)
12:35 Jennifer Barnes (KITP/UCSB) Invited: Multi-messenger Astronomy with the Roman Space Telescope
13:05 Viraj Karambelkar (Caltech) Contributed: NIR searches for electromagnetic counterparts of gravitational waves with WINTER and Roma
13:20 Jillian Rastinejad (Northwestern U.) Contributed: Informed Kilonova Searches Following Short GRBs with the Roman Space Telescope
13:35 Daniel Siegel (Perimeter Inst. for Theoretical Physics) Contributed: "Super-Kilonovae" from Massive Collapsars as Signatures of Black-Hole Birth in the Pair-instability Mass Gap
13:50 Jielai Zhang (Swinburne U.) Contributed: Discovering and characterising kilonovae with untriggered Roman searches
14:05 Lightning poster talks  
14:20 (End of Day 2)  


Day 3: Thursday, February 10, 2022

Time Speaker Title
Session 7. Chair: Federica Bianco (U. Delaware)
8:00 Bryan Holler (STScI) Invited: Exploring Our Solar System's Minor Body Populations with Roman
8:30 Adrian Lucy (STScI) Invited: Archival data retrieval and analysis in the time domain: speak, friend, and enter
9:00 Antonino Cucchiara (College of Marin) Invited: Following Nancy Grace Roman Telescope in the Exploration of the Most Powerful Cosmic Explosions
9:30 Lightning poster talks  
9:45 Break  
Session 8. Chair: Andrea Mehner (ESO)
9:55 Sebastian Gomez (STScI) Contributed: Optimizing the Search for Exotic Transients
10:10 Alexander Thomas Gagliano (UIUC) Contributed: The Simulated Catalog of Optical Transients and Correlated Hosts (SCOTCH)
10:25 Kishalay De (MIT) Invited: Obscured transients in the Galactic plane with the Roman Space Telescope
10:55 Break  
11:05 Jennifer Andrews (Gemini/NOIRLab) Invited: Eruptions and Explosions of Massive Stars
11:35 Patrick Morris (Caltech/IPAC) Contributed: Roman's potential impact on the census of evolved massive stars in transition
11:50 Break (lunch)  
Session 9. Chair: Suvi Gezari (STScI)
12:20 Ori Fox (STScI) Contributed: A Proposed extended Time Domain Survey (eTDS)
12:35 Ryan Foley (UCSC) Contributed: Keck Infrared Transient Survey
12:50 Jeff Cooke (Swinburne U.) Contributed: A Roman Program for Very Fast Transients
13:05 Anais Möller (Swinburne U.) Invited: Transient alerts and brokers, a perspective from Fink broker
13:35 Break  
13:45 Discussion Cadence & Scheduling
14:15 George Helou (Caltech/IPAC), LOC Closing remarks
14:30 (End of Day 3)