MAAT Workshop at La Palma - 10 June 2022
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This 1-day workshop will be our first face-to-face meeting. We will present the different aspects of the instrument, including science and technical developments, and the progress of the final design phase.

Date: 10 June 2022
H10 Taburiente Playa, a hotel located on the sea-front near Playa de los Cancajos

The MAAT Workshop is hosted by
GRANTECAN. They will provide a bus to visit the GTC telescope the afternoon of Thursday June 9th, all participants are invited.

We also welcome the participation of our Nordic-Spanish colleagues attending the workshop
"NOT - a telescope for the future" that will be held in La Palma in the same venue on 7-10 June 2022 (the 10th is their excursion day).

Registration: Send an email to (Subject: MAAT Workshop La Palma) before 30 April 2022. There is no registration fee.

Room booking at the
hotel H10 Taburiente Playa for workshop participants should be done directly to the hotel booking email, a 10% discount on their internet rates is offered for the "MAAT Workshop" participants. Alternatives in Los Cancajos (within few minutes walk from the venue) or in Santa Cruz are listed here.

MAAT Organisers: Carlos Domínguez, David Jones & Francisco Prada.
GTC LOC: Romano Corradi & Raquel Concepción.

Workshop Program:

09:00 Welcome by Romano Corradi (GTC Director) & Antxon Alberdi (IAA-CSIC Director)
09:10 Status of OSIRIS by Antonio Cabrera (GTC)
09:30 MAAT Project Overview by Francisco Prada (IAA-CSIC)

09:45 Science Session

09:45 MAAT Science Overview by David Jones (IAC)
10:00 Nebulae with MAAT by David Jones (IAC)
10:15 Results from the MAAT KN Paper by Ángeles Pérez-García (USAL) & Ana Sagués-Carracedo (OKC)
10:45 Substellar science with MAAT by Jerry Zhang (IAC)
11:00 Supernovae with MAAT by Christa Gall (DARK)

11:15 Coffee Break

11:45 Instrument Session

11:45 MAAT Instrument Overview by Carlos Domínguez (IAA-CSIC)
12:15 Actions on the OSIRIS Mask Loader by Kilian Henríquez (OpticalDepvelopment)
12:35 Discussion

13:00 Lunch

14:30 MAAT Final Design Phase

14:30 Science tasks by David Jones (IAC)
14:50 Instrument tasks by Carlos Domínguez (IAA-CSIC)
15:10 Discussion

15:30 Coffee Break

16:00 Data System Session

16:00 MAAT data reduction pipeline by Ryan Cooke (Durham U.)
16:30 MAAT simulations with ScopeSim by David Jones (IAC)

16:50 MAAT Schedule by Francisco Prada (IAA-CSIC)

17:00 End