The purpose of this workshop is to bring together leading astronomers and astrophysicists to collaborate, discuss, and plan for the rich astrophysical data set that will come from the CMB-S4 Legacy Survey, a multi-band millimeter wave survey covering roughly half the sky at unprecedented sensitivity and observing cadence. This includes the time variable sky as seen in solar system science, stellar variability, binary evolution, supernovae, tidal disruption events, gamma-ray bursts, and active galactic nuclei, as well as high-redshift star formation and studies of feedback from black holes and star formation on the intergalactic medium. This is the second in this series, the first being held at U. Chicago / KICP in April 2019.


Event Information

July 6–7, 2022
Time TBD
Hybrid: in-person and online via Zoom

In-person Location

National Center for Supercomputing Applications • NCSA
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
1205 W Clark St., Urbana, IL 61801

UC Berkeley, Campbell Hall
University Dr., Berkeley, CA 94720

Zoom Location



Scientific Organizing Committee

Anna Ho
UC Berkeley
Tom Maccarone
Texas Tech University
Giuseppe Puglisi
Universita di Roma
Joaquin Vieira
U. Illinois / NCSA
Rachel Osten
Space Telescope Science Institute