GRAPPA @ 5: Celebrating 5 years of astroparticle physics and cosmology in Amsterdam

from Monday, October 16, 2017 (9:00 AM) to Wednesday, October 18, 2017 (5:00 PM)
Amsterdam

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
Oct 16, 2017
Oct 17, 2017
Oct 18, 2017
AM
9:00 AM
Opening Words (until 9:15 AM) (Turingzaal)
9:15 AM
Opening Words (until 9:30 AM) ()
9:30 AM
Invited Talks (until 11:00 AM) (Turingzaal)
9:30 AM Astroparticle Physics the way ahead according to APPEC - Stavros Katsanevas - Stavros KATSANEVAS (CNRS/IN2P3)   (Turingzaal)
10:15 AM Nergis Mavalvala - Prof. Nergis Mavalvala (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)   (Turingzaal)
11:00 AM --- Coffee Break ---
11:30 AM
Contributed talks - Dark Matter (until 12:45 PM) ()
11:30 AM The Dark Matter distribution of the Milky Way: its uncertainties and their effects on the determination of new physics - Fabio Iocco (ICTP-SAIFR)   ()
11:45 AM The Birth of the Dark Matter Problem - Mr J. de Swart (University of Amsterdam)   ()
12:00 PM Gaia and the Local Dark Matter Density - Dr Hamish Silverwood (Institut de Ciències del Cosmos, Universitat de Barcelona)   ()
12:15 PM The Galactic Center Excess with Skyfact - Richard Bartels (University of Amsterdam)   ()
12:30 PM How to distinguish warm intergalactic medium from warm dark matter? - Antonella Garzilli   ()
10:00 AM
Invited Talks (until 11:30 AM) (Turingzaal)
10:00 AM Universal Axions - Matthew Kleban - Matthew Kleban (New York University)   (Turingzaal)
10:45 AM Towards Fundamental Physics from Cosmological Surveys - Hiranya Peiris - Hiranya Peiris   (Turingzaal)
11:30 AM --- Coffee Break ---
10:00 AM
Invited Talks (until 11:30 AM) (Turingzaal)
10:00 AM Neutrino Astronomy: The Low-Energy Frontier - John Beacom - Prof. John Beacom (Ohio State University)   (Turingzaal)
10:45 AM IceCube: Building a New Window on the Universe from Antarctica - Francis Halzen - Francis Halzen (University of Wisconsin)   (Turingzaal)
11:30 AM --- Coffee Break ---
PM
12:45 PM --- Lunch Break ---
1:45 PM
Invited Talks (until 4:00 PM) (Turingzaal)
1:45 PM Dark Matter - A showcase for GRAPPA - Lars Bergstrom - Lars Bergstrom (Stockholm University)   (Turingzaal)
2:30 PM Searching for Particle Dark Matter - Tim Tait - Tim M.P. Tait (University of California, Irvine)   (Turingzaal)
3:15 PM Dark Matter Direct Detection: News from the Low Background Frontier - Jocelyn Monroe - Jocelyn Monroe (RHUL)   (Turingzaal)
4:00 PM
Special Announcement - NIKHEF (until 5:00 PM) ()
6:00 PM
Social Programme (until 10:00 PM) ()
12:00 PM
Contributed talks - Cosmology & High-energy Astrophysics (until 1:15 PM) ()
12:00 PM Probing Light Relics with CMB and BAO - Benjamin Wallisch (DAMTP, University of Cambridge)   ()
12:15 PM Searching for primordial black holes - Daniele Gaggero   ()
12:30 PM Dark Information: Forecasting with the Fisher Matrix - Thomas Edwards (University of Amsterdam)   ()
12:45 PM Better models of the gamma-ray sky with SkyFACT - Emma Storm (GRAPPA, University of Amsterdam)   ()
1:00 PM The Future of Gamma-ray Observations of Galaxy Clusters - Fabio Zandanel (University of Amsterdam)   ()
1:15 PM --- Lunch Break ---
2:45 PM
Invited Talks (until 5:00 PM) (Turingzaal)
2:45 PM The 3.5 keV Line: Current Status and Future Prospects - Esra Bulbul - Esra Bulbul   (Turingzaal)
3:30 PM Open questions in particle acceleration theory - Luke Drury - Luke Drury (DIAS)   (Turingzaal)
4:15 PM The Gamma-ray view of the Universe - Stefan Funk - Prof. Stefan Funk (ECAP, Universität Erlangen)   (Turingzaal)
7:00 PM
Social Programme (until 11:00 PM) ()
12:00 PM
Contributed talk - High-energy astrophysics (until 1:30 PM) ()
12:00 PM Nu Interactions From the Heavens: Measurement of Neutrino Cross Sections Above 10 TeV - Mauricio Bustamante (Niels Bohr Institute)   ()
12:15 PM Multimessenger studies of blazars - Dr Fe Krauss   ()
12:30 PM Cosmic ray positrons: constraints on propagation parameters and dark matter searches in view of AMS-02 data - Prof. Manuela Vecchi (São Institute of Physics)   ()
12:45 PM Temporal evolution of high energy radiation in type IIn Supernovae - Mr Dimitrios Kantzas (University of Amsterdam)   ()
1:00 PM Molecular hydrogen as probe for new physics - Dr Salumbides Edcel (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)   ()
1:15 PM ANTARES highlights and KM3NET prospects - Prof. Antonio Capone   ()
1:30 PM
Closing Speech (until 1:45 PM) (Turingzaal)