The first quasars are finally in observational reach owing to increasingly performant selection techniques and facilities. Both observations and simulations are investigating their properties, origin, and role in the early Universe. In this SAZERAC sip meeting over 2 half-days, we will reflect on the potential for future observations to further our understanding of early quasars. The central questions addressed will be:
This meeting will follow the structure of the successful SAZERAC meeting. Contributed talks will be selected to give priority to graduate students and early-career scientists. Questions and discussions among participants will be encouraged on a dedicated official Slack channel.
To apply for a contributed talk please fill in this form by 5 November. Selected contributed talks will be announced by 16 November.
To attend the sip without contributing you don't need to register but you should sign up for the SAZERAC community mailing list to stay up-to-date and recieve the Zoom/Slack logins.