SUGAR 2015, Geneva

from Wednesday, 21 January 2015 (08:00) to Friday, 23 January 2015 (18:00)


        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
21 Jan 2015
22 Jan 2015
23 Jan 2015
AM
08:30 --- Registration ---
09:00
Welcome - Elisa Prandini (eduGAIN - University of Geneva) Simona Toscano (Universite de Geneve (CH)) (until 09:10) ()
09:10
Galactic cosmic rays: spectrum / composition / anisotropy (until 10:10) ()
09:10 One Century of Cosmic Rays - Christine Sutton (CERN)   ()
Slides
10:10 --- Coffee break ---
10:40
Galactic cosmic rays: spectrum / composition / anisotropy - Dr. Paolo Desiati (WIPAC) (until 13:00) ()
10:40 Results from the PAMELA space experiment - Marco Casolino (INFN)   ()
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11:20 Latest results from the AMS-02 experiment - Manuela Vecchi (Universidade de Sao Paulo (BR))   ()
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12:00 All-particle cosmic ray spectrum measured with IceTop - Serap Tilav (Univ. of Delaware)   ()
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12:40 The NUCLEON Space Experiment - Andrey Turundaevskiy (Skobeltsyn Institute of Nuclear Physics, Moscow State University, Moscow, 119991, Russia)   ()
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09:00
Multi-wavelength and Multi-messenger search for cosmic ray sources - Simona Toscano (Universite de Geneve (CH)) (until 10:30) ()
09:00 Search for galactic cosmic ray sources: a multi-wavelength approach - Julia Tjus   ()
Slides
10:00 High-energy Astrophysical Neutrinos in IceCube. - Juan Antonio Aguilar Sanchez (Unknown)   ()
Slides
10:30 --- Coffee break ---
11:00
Multi-wavelength and Multi-messenger search for cosmic ray sources - Juan Antonio Aguilar Sanchez (Unknown) (until 12:30) ()
11:00 Gamma-ray, Cosmic-ray, and Neutrino Connections from the Acceleration of Cosmic Rays at SNR Shocks in the Milky Way and other Star-Forming Galaxies - Charles Dermer (Naval Research Laboratory)   ()
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11:40 Cosmic rays acceleration in stellar wind collisions - Roland Walter (University of Geneva)   ()
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12:00 On the possible correlation of Galactic very-high energy source locations and enhancements of the surface density in the Galactic plane - Dr. Giovanna Pedaletti (DESY Zeuthen)   ()
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09:00
The galaxy in gamma rays - Emma de Ona Wilhelmi (APC) (until 10:20) ()
09:00 Tracing Cosmic Ray Origins: From the First Fermi-LAT SNR Catalog to SuperTIGER - T. J. Brandt (NASA/GSFC)   ()
09:20 The H.E.S.S. Survey in the context of Galactic cosmic ray searches - Dr. Ryan Chaves (Laboratoire Univers et Particules de Montpellier)   ()
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10:00 Gamma-ray emission from star-forming complexes observed by MAGIC: the cases of W51 and HESS J1857+026 - Dr. Ignasi Reichardt (INFN, Padova University)   ()
Slides
10:20 --- Coffee break ---
10:50
The galaxy in gamma rays - Elisa Prandini (eduGAIN - University of Geneva) (until 12:10) ()
10:50 The Gamma-Ray Sky as Seen with HAWC - Petra Huentemeyer (urn:Google)   ()
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11:30 The Cygnus region of the Galaxy: A VERITAS perspective - Prof. Amanda Weinstein (Iowa State University, Physics & Astronomy Department)   ()
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PM
13:00 --- Lunch break ---
14:30
Modeling: particle acceleration and propagation - Andrii Neronov (University of Geneva) (until 16:10) ()
14:30 Origin of Galactic Cosmic Rays - Prof. Pasquale Blasi (Osservatorio Astrofisico di Arcetri)   ()
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15:30 Anisotropic Cosmic Ray Diffusion and its Implications for Gamma­‐Ray Astronomy - Gwenael Giacinti (University of Oxford, Clarendon Laboratory)   ()
Slides
16:10 --- Coffe break ---
16:40
Galactic cosmic rays: spectrum/ composition / anisotropy - Teresa Montaruli (until 18:00) ()
16:40 The Astrophysics of Cosmic Ray Anisotropy - Dr. Paolo Desiati (WIPAC - University of Wisconsin, Madison)   ()
Slides
17:20 Measuring TeV Cosmic Rays at the HAWC Observatory - Segev BenZvi (urn:Google)   ()
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12:30 --- Lunch break ---
14:00
Modeling: particle acceleration and propagation - Prof. Pasquale Blasi (Osservatorio Astrofisico di Arcetri) (until 16:20) ()
14:00 Acceleration of cosmic rays and gamma-ray emission from supernova remnants and molecular clouds - Dr. Stefano Gabici (Laboratoire APC - AstroParticule et Cosmologie)   ()
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14:40 Parametrization of gamma-ray production cross-sections for $pp$ interactions in a broad proton energy range from the kinematic threshold to PeV energies - Dr. Andrew Taylor (Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies)   ()
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15:20 Modeling cosmic ray propagation in the Galaxy - Carmelo Evoli (Hamburg University)   ()
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15:40 What can we learn from a sharply faling positron fraction? - Timur Delahaye (Oskar Klein Centre)   ()
Transparents
16:00 On the CR spectrum released by a type II Supernova Remnant expanding in the presupernova wind. - Martina Cardillo (INAF - Osservatorio astrofisico di Arcetri)   ()
Slides
16:20 --- Coffee break ---
16:50
The galaxy in gamma rays - Segev BenZvi (U) (until 18:30) ()
16:50 Lessons from the remote detection of Galactic cosmic rays - Prof. Isabelle Grenier (AIM, Université Paris Diderot & CEA Saclay)   ()
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17:30 Comparison of the expected and observed supernova remnant counts with Fermi/LAT - Dr. Ievgen Vovk (Max Planck Institute for Physics)   ()
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17:50 High energy emission from the Galactic Center: theory and observations - Maria Chernyakova (DCU)   ()
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18:10 Revealing Cosmic-Ray acceleration in the SNR W51C - Dr. Tobias Jogler (SLAC)   ()
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20:00 --- Workshop Dinner ---
12:10
The future of gamma ray astronomy - Elisa Prandini (eduGAIN - University of Geneva) (until 12:50) ()
12:10 The Cherenkov telescope Array - Teresa Montaruli   ()
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12:50 --- Lunch break ---
14:20
Concluding remarks and discussion (until 15:30) ()
14:20 Summary of the workshop - Andrii Neronov (University of Geneva)   ()