Experimental and theoretical astroparticle physics; Development of balloon-borne scattering X-ray polarimeter; General properties of radiation processes; General Relativistic ray tracing studies ...
Chair of the workshop. Monte Carlo polarized radiative transfer computations; Modeling of the innermost regions of quasars and quiescent galaxies (Milky Way); Unification scheme by orientation ...
Development of gas pixel detectors for X-ray polarimetry; X-ray optics and instruments ...
Accretion onto black holes and neutron stars; Radiation hydrodynamics and radiative transfer in hot plasmas; Old isolated neutron stars; Hot atmospheres around accreting neutron stars ...
Cosmic rays acceleration by supernova remnant shocks; Supernova remnants; Isolated neutron stars; Magnetars, Pulsar wind nebulae; Clusters of galaxies; AGN ...
Solutions of non-linear partial differential equations (PDEs); Solutions of systems of non-linear PDEs; Magnetic Topology during magnetic reconnection, Artificial Intelligence Methods ...
Chair: Enrico Costa08h00 â 09h00: Reception, registration
09h00 â 09h10: Welcoming remarks09h10 â 10h00: Introductory talk by Martin C. Weisskopf (invited) 10h00 â 10h45: (559) 529-1396 by Sergio Fabiani (invited)
10h45 â 11h05: X-ray imaging polarimetry (Jacco Vink)
11h05 â 11h30: Coffee break11h30 â 11h50: myxopodium (Stefan F. Hartl) 11h50 â 12h10: Design and development of multilayer mirror based soft X-ray polarimeter for Astronomical observations (Srikanth Panini Singam)
12h10 â 12h30: self-killing (Herman Marshall)
12h30 â 14h30: Lunch breakAfternoon session: Instrumentation and future missions
Chair: Giorgio Matt14h30 â 14h50: Hard X-ray and soft gamma ray polarimetry with CdTe/CZT spectroimager (Miguel Moita) 14h50 â 15h10: 443-430-9531 (Merlin Kole) 15h10 â 15h30: (260) 255-7303 (Fei Xie)
15h30 â 15h50: (410) 550-7976 (Enrico Costa)
15h50 â 16h20: Coffee break16h20 â 16h40: PoGO+ observations of Cygnus X-1 in the low/hard state (Mette Friis) 16h40 â 17h00: PoGO+ measurement of Crab emissions in the hard X-ray band (Victor Mikhalev) 17h00 â 17h20: Mirionâs contribution to space projects (Pascal Quirin)
Evening: visit of the historical observatory (18h00, free)
Chair: Silvia Zane09h00 â 09h45: Review talk by Jeremy Heyl (invited) 09h45 â 10h05: X-ray polarization from black holesâ accretion disks: QED effects (Ilaria Caiazzo) 10h05 â 10h25: Magnetar Bursts in the Era of X-ray Polarimeters (Ersin Gogus)
10h25 â 10h45: 289-695-6216 (Roberto Mignani)
10h45 â 11h13: Coffee break11h15 â 11h33: 847-254-0512 (Roberto Taverna) 11h35 â 11h53: 417-614-4215 (Roberto Turolla)
11h55 â 12h15: 843-850-9724 (JÃ©rÃ´me PÃ©tri)
12h15 â 14h00: Lunch breakAfternoon session: Accretion-powered objects
Chair: Immacolata Donnarumma14h00 â 14h45: Review talk by Jeremy Schnittman (invited) 14h45 â 15h05: Hot Coronae in local AGN: present status and future perspectives (Andrea Marinucci) 15h05 â 15h25: 425-243-4991 (Francesco Tamborra)
15h25 â 15h45: 7825390932 (Hiromitsu Takahashi)
15h45 â 16h20: Coffee break16h20 â 16h40: 920-727-0207 (Giorgio Matt) 16h40 â 17h00: 607-834-1743 (Michal Dovciak) 17h00 â 17h20: A changing-look AGN to be checked by X-ray polarimetry (Beatriz Agis-Gonzalez)
Evening: conference dinner (20h00, Gurtlerhoft restaurant)
Chair: Mark Pearce09h00 â 09h45: Review talk by Niccolo Bucciantini (invited) 09h45 â 10h05: 7053853583 (Herman Marshall) 10h05 â 10h25: 3314547341 (Francesca Day)
10h25 â 10h45: (907) 649-4999 (Sven Krippendorf)
10h45 â 11h15: Coffee breakMorning session: Solar and stellar X-ray polarimetry
Chair: Mark Pearce11h15 â 12h00: 416-339-3356 by Svetlana Berdyugina (invited)
12h00 â 12h20: 8193701334 (FrÃ©dÃ©ric Marin)
12h20 â 12h30: Concluding remarks
|Last name||First name||Institution|
|AgÃs-GonzÃ¡lez||Beatriz||UniversitÃ© de LiÃ¨ge / KULeuven|
|Amato||Elena||INAF - Osservatorio Astrofisico di Arcetri|
|Arab||Heddy||Observatoire astronomique de Strasbourg|
|Berdyugina||Svetlana||Leibniz Institut fuer Sonnenphysik - KIS|
|Bucciantini||Niccolo||INAF - Osservatorio di Arcetri|
|Caiazzo||Ilaria||University of British Columbia|
|Chatterjee||Arka||Indian Centre for Space Physics|
|Costa||Enrico||IAPS-INAF and ASI|
|Costamante||Luigi||ASI - Italian Space Agency, Unit of Scientific Research|
|Day||Francesca||University of Oxford|
|Del Sordo||Stefano||IASF-INAF Palermo|
|Donnarumma||Immacolata||Agenzia Spaziale Italiana|
|Dovciak||Michal||Astronomical Institute of the Czech Academy of Sciences|
|Fabiani||Sergio||National Institute of Astrophysics, Rome|
|Filipov||Lachezar||Space Research and Technology Institute|
|Friis||Mette||KTH - Royal Institute of Technology|
|Gogus||Ersin||Sabanci University, Istanbul|
|Grosset||Lucas||LESIA - Observatoire de Paris|
|Hartl||Stefan F.||Max-Planck-Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics (MPE) in Garching (Munich)|
|Heyl||Jeremy||Unversity of British Columbia|
|Kalita||Nibedita||ARIES, Nainital, India|
|Kammoun||Elias||SISSA - Trieste|
|Kiss||MÃ³zsi||KTH Royal Institute of Technology|
|Kole||Merlin||University of Geneva|
|Krippendorf||Sven||LMU Munich - University of Oxford|
|Leca||JÃ©rÃ´me||Observatoire astronomique de Strasbourg|
|Malhan||Khyati||Observatoire astronomique de Strasbourg|
|Marin||FrÃ©dÃ©ric||Observatoire astronomique de Strasbourg|
|Mariotti||Francesco||University of Bologna Alma Mater Studiorum|
|Marshall||Herman||MIT Kavli Institute|
|Matt||Giorgio||Universita de Roma Tre|
|Mikhalev||Victor||KTH - Royal Institute of Technology|
|Mikusincova||Romana||Institute of Theoretical Physics of the Charles University in Prague / Astronomical Institute of the Czech Academy of Sciences|
|Palit||Sourav||CRAAM â Centro de RÃ¡dio Astronomia e AstrofÃsica Mackenzie, Mackenzie Presbyterian University|
|PÃ¡scoa||Marcela||University of Coimbra|
|Pearce||Mark||KTH - Royal Institute of Technology|
|Pelliciari||Carlo||Max Planck Institute for extraterrestrial Physics|
|PÃ©tri||JÃ©rÃ´me||Observatoire astronomique de Strasbourg|
|Puccetti||Simonetta||Agenzia Spaziale Italiana|
|Sala||Gloria||Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya|
|Savic||Djordje||Observatoire astronomique de Strasbourg / Astronomical Observatory of Belgrade|
|Schnittman||Jeremy||NASA / Goddard Space Flight Center|
|Singam||Srikanth Panini||Indian Institute of Astrophysics|
|Sorce||Jenny||Observatoire astronomique de Strasbourg|
|Rojas Lobos||Andrea||Observatoire astronomique de Strasbourg|
|Tamborra||Francesco||Astronomical Institute of the Czech Academy of Sciences|
|Taverna||Roberto||Physics and Astronomy Department - University of Padova|
|Tombesi||Francesco||University of Rome "Tor Vergata", NASA/GSFC, University of Maryland|
|Weisskopf||Martin C.||Marshall Space Flight Center|
|Xie||Fei||KTH Royal Institute of Technology|
|Zane||Silvia||Mullard space science laboratory university college London|
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Nominal deadline for abstract submission: August 1st 2017
Extended deadline for abstract submission: August 31st 2017
Registration are closed
Registration to the workshop is limited to 36 speakers plus a dozen of additional participants. Priority will be given to PhDs and post-docs who will submit an oral presentation, but experienced researchers are invited to submit contributions as well. People may bring posters; they will be displayed in the lobby where also the coffee breaks take place. Please let us know if you bring posters so that we can order the right number of billboards.
Since the conference puts an emphasis on the participation of young researchers in the field of X-ray polarimetry, conference fees were reduced to a minimum of 50 euros. They cover a conference kit, coffee breaks and a ticket to the conference dinner. Payment will be possible securely online, after selecting speakers for the conference.
About the conference dinner. Please let us know if you have any allergies, diet restrictions or special requests. You can attend the conference dinner accompanied by another person (35 euros per additional ticket). Drinks will be included in the dinner.
If you have any additional questions, do not hesitate to contact the organizer of the workshop.