Oct 21 – 24, 2017
Europe/Zurich timezone

Fermi bubbles, Galactic center excess, and Loop I are bright extended sources of gamma rays. In spite of a significant effort to explain the origin of these objects, many questions remain unresolved.
The purpose of the meeting is to review recent studies of the Fermi bubbles, the GC excess, and the Loop I, to discuss the theoretical modeling, and to overview how future observations and new instruments, such as CTA, eROSITA, SKA, will help us to uncover the origin of the three elephants in the gamma-ray sky.

The workshop will be in a conference room in Atlas Posthotel, Marienplatz 12, Garmisch-Partenkirchen.

Stefan Funk
Dmitry Malyshev
Philipp Mertsch
Christoph Weniger

Organized with a financial support from
ECAP (Erlangen)
RWTH (Aachen)
GRAPPA (Amsterdam)

List of participants
Richard Bartels
Benjamin Buckman
Francesca Calore
Eric Charles
Ilias Cholis
Roland Crocker
Julia Deneva
Clive Dickinson
Torsten Ensslin
Carmelo Evoli
Douglas Finkbeiner
Iris Gebauer
Ilya Gurwich
Luc Hendriks
Markus Holler
Xiaoyuan Huang
Yoshiyuki Inoue
Gudlaugur Johannesson
Uri Keshet
Ralf Kissmann
Tim Linden
Hao Liu
Steven Longmore
Naomi McClure-Griffiths
Elena Orlando
Fiona Panther
Christoph Pfrommer
Olaf Reimer
Michael Schulreich
Yuri Shchekinov
Tracy Slatyer
Emma Storm
Andrea Vittino
Karen Yang
Gabrijela Zaharijas

ATLAS POSTHOTEL Goldener Saal Marienplatz 12, Garmisch-Partenkirchen Bavaria, Germany www.atlas-posthotel.com
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