JWST programs I'm leading with public data:
GO 1433 (PI Coe) studying the z=11 candidate for most distant galaxy known: MACS0647-JD
2022 Sep 22 – Nov 13: NIRCam
2023 Jan 4 – 12: NIRSpec + NIRCam
GO 2282 (PI Coe) studying the most highly magnified galaxy known in the first billion years at z=6:
the "Sunrise Arc" (Welch et al. 2022b) including the lensed star Earendel (Welch et al. 2022a)
2022 July 30: NIRCam
2022 Nov 25 – Dec 31: NIRSpec + NIRCam
other JWST programs I'm involved in:
GTO 1176 and 2738 "PEARLS" (PI Rogier Windhorst) observing 7 galaxy clusters (among other things)
GO 2561 "UNCOVER" (PI Ivo Labbe; Co-PI Rachel Bezanson) obtaining the deepest JWST data on any galaxy cluster in Cycle 1
"JWST Cycle 1 Science Sampler: One of the First Galaxies, Magnified by a Cosmic Lens"
for a general audience: Powerpoint / PDF / video (28 minutes in) - Nov 1, 2021
"JWST Cycle 1 Observations of Strongly Lensed High-Redshift Galaxies"
at SAZERAC 2.0 for high-redshift astronomers: Powerpoint / video - June 13, 2021
Community Science Programs
JWST Cycle 1 Programs: https://www.stsci.edu/jwst/science-execution/approved-programs
JWST Program Information: https://www.stsci.edu/jwst/science-execution/program-information
Google Spreadsheet of JWST programs and high-redshift galaxy targets. Compilation in progress. Contributions welcome!
My SAZERAC 2.0 talk: JWST Cycle 1 Observations of Strongly Lensed High-Redshift Galaxies
Tools and Documentation
JWST Data Analysis Toolbox: https://www.stsci.edu/jwst/science-execution/data-analysis-toolbox
JWST Data Analysis (JDAT) Notebooks: https://spacetelescope.github.io/jdat_notebooks
JWST Documentation (JDox): https://jwst-docs.stsci.edu