A Summary on the Category of "Supermassive Black Holes and AGN" in the Cycle 1 GO Program of JWST
The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) has already started its science operations in the summer of 2022. The Cycle 1 General Observers (GO) program provides the opportunity for studies of supermassive black holes (SMBH) and AGN at high redshift (z$\gtrsim$6), which are accessible to the worldwide scientific community. This talk briefly look through the proposals in the category of “Supermassive Black Holes and AGN” with an introduction for the background and objectives of each proposal. These proposals show the ambitious targets including the outflow, feedback, AGN-Galaxy connection, distant quasars, supermassive black holes, and several other interesting questions. Given the sensitivity of JWST, these proposals are expected to reveal the SMBH and AGN at high redshift so that people can push the frontier of the reionization science. What is noticeable that there are 7 proposals (29 in total) concerning the feedback of AGN, so I will give a more detailed introduction particularly for this topic.