Cosmic rays & their interstellar medium environment CRISM-2011

from Sunday, 26 June 2011 (16:00) to Friday, 1 July 2011 (13:15)
Montpellier, France

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
26 Jun 2011
27 Jun 2011
28 Jun 2011
29 Jun 2011
30 Jun 2011
1 Jul 2011
AM
08:00
Inscription (until 08:45) (Polytech)
08:45
Opening session (until 09:00) (Main amphitheater)
09:00
Cosmic ray sources: Multiwavelength observations (until 12:30) (Main amphitheater)
09:00 Radio observations of supernova remnants and the surrounding molecular gas - Dr Gloria DUBNER (Institute of Astronomy and Space Physics, IAFE)   (Main amphitheater)
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09:35 Shock-Molecular cloud interactions: CO data and OH masers - Dr Dale Frail   (Main amphitheater)
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10:10 Gamma-ray SNRs and the interacting neutral clouds - Dr Yasuo Fukui (Nagoya University)   (Main Amphitheater)
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10:30 --- Pause ---
11:00 X-ray observations of Supernova remnants - Dr Marco Miceli   (Main amphitheater)
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11:35 Gamma-ray emission from Supernova remnants - Dr Yves Gallant (LUPM Montpellier)   (Main amphitheater)
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12:10 Towards Fermi-LAT Detected Supernova Remnants as Cosmic Ray Accelerators - Dr Terri Brandt (IRAP Toulouse)   (main amphitheater)
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09:00
Massive stars and cosmic-ray sources (until 12:35) (Main amphitheater)
09:00 Winds of massive stars - Dr Joachim Puls   (Main amphitheater)
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09:35 Propagation of supernova blastwaves in the circum- and interstellar medium - Dr Vikram Dwarkadas   (Main amphitheatre)
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10:10 On the origin and composition of Galactic cosmic rays - Dr Nikos Prantzos (IAP Paris)   (Main amphitheater)
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10:30 Role of ejecta clumping and back-reaction of accelerated cosmic rays in the evolution of supernova remnants - Dr Salavtore Orlando (INAF osservatorio di Palermo)   (Main amphitheatre)
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10:50 --- Pause ---
11:20 Fermi/LAT view of eta Carinae - Dr Christian Farnier (ISDC Geneva)   (Main amphitheater)
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11:40 Modeling supernova remnants: effects of diffusive cosmic-ray acceleration on the evolution, application to observations. - Dr Daria Kosenko (Astronomical Institut Utrecht)   (Main amphitheater)
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12:00 The sources of galactic cosmic rays - Prof. Andrei Bykov   (Main amphitheater)
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09:00
Cosmic rays at multiple galactic scales. (until 11:55) (Main amphitheater)
09:00 Cosmic rays and the thermal instability - Prof. Thomas Hartquist (Leeds university)   (Main amphitheater)
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09:35 Alfven Wave Amplification and Self-Containment of Cosmic-Rays Escaping from a Supernova Remnant - Prof. Yutaka Fujita (Osaka University)   (Main amphitheater)
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09:55 Equipartition calculation for supernova remnants - Prof. Dejan Urosevic (Department of mathematics Belgrade University)   (Main amphitheater)
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10:15 --- Pause ---
10:45 Cosmic ray driven galactic magnetic field dynamo - Dr Michal Hanasz   (Main amphitheater)
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11:20 Magnetic turbulence in the shock precursor and CR acceleration - Dr Beresnyak Andrey (Ruhr University Bochum)   (Main amphitheater)
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11:55
Cosmic Ray direct detection (until 12:50) (Main ampitheater)
11:55 Direct detection of cosmic rays - Dr Laurent Derome (LPSC Grenoble)   (Main ampitheater)
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12:30 Few-degree anisotropies in the cosmic-ray flux observed by the ARGO-YBJ experiment - Mr Roberto Iuppa (University of Rome Tor Vergata - INFN sez.ne "Tor Vergata")   (Main ampitheater)
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09:00
Cosmic Ray propagation (until 12:35) (Main amphitheater)
09:00 Cosmic Ray Transport in the Heliosphere and its Connection to the Local Interstellar Spectra - Dr Horst Fichtner (Ruhr University Bochum)   (Main amphitheater)
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09:35 Three-dimensional anisotropic transport of solar energetic particles in the inner heliosphere - Dr Yulia Kartavykh (University of Würzburg / Ioffe Physical-Technical Institute)   (Main amphitheater)
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09:55 Cosmic ray propagation in the interstellar medium - Prof. Vladimir Ptuskin   (Main amphitheater)
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10:30 --- Pause ---
11:00 A Markov Chain Monte Carlo technique to sample transport and source parameters of Galactic cosmic rays - Dr Antje Putze (Oskar Klein Laboratory Stockolm)   (Main amphitheater)
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11:20 The Long-Term Azimuthal Structure of the Galactic Cosmic Ray Distribution due to Anisotropic Diffusion - Mr Frederic Effenberg (Ruhr University Bochum)   (Main amphitheater)
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11:40 Models of GeV-TeV Galactic cosmic ray electrons - Dr Julien Lavalle (IFT-Madrid)   (Main amphitheater)
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09:00
Impact of cosmic rays over chemistry and climate (until 12:35) (Main amphitheater)
09:00 Cosmic-ray ionization and chemistry: theory - Prof. Eric Herbst   (Main amphitheater)
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09:35 Cosmic-ray ionization and chemistry: observations - Dr Cecilia Ceccarelli   (Main amphitheater)
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10:10 Propagation of Low-Energy Cosmic Rays in Molecular Clouds: Calculations in Two Dimensions - Dr Paul Rimmer (Ohio State university Colombus)   (Main amphitheater)
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10:30 Electron-molecule collisions in harsh astronomical environments - Dr Alexandre Faure (IPAG Grenoble)   (Main amphitheater)
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10:50 --- Pause ---
11:20 Models of interstellar chemistry - The influence of cosmic rays. - Dr Franck Lepetit (LUTH Meudon)   (Main amphitheater)
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11:40 Cosmic rays and climate forcing - Dr Ilya Usoskin   (Main amphitheater)
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12:15 Phase lags between 11-yr cycles of Sunspot Number, Cosmic Ray Flux and Length of Day time series. - Dr Edouard Bard (CEREGE Aix-en-Provence)   (Main amphitheater)
PM
16:00
Inscription (until 18:30) (Polytech entrance)
14:00
Cosmic ray sources: Multiwavelength observations (until 18:40) (Main amphitheater)
14:00 Massive stars clusters at high energies - Dr Thierry Montmerle   (Main amphitheater)
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14:35 Probing proton acceleration in W51C with MAGIC - Mr Ignasi Reichardt (IFAE Barcelona)   (Main Amphitheater)
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14:55 Supernova remnants and Pulsar Wind Nebulae in the CTA era - Dr Matthieu Renaud (LUPM Montpellier)   (Main amphitheater)
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15:15 Young SNRs: a new family of HE gamma ray emitters - Dr Francesco Giordano (university & INFN Bari)   (Main amphitheater)
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15:35 Observation of Supernova remnants by HESS - Dr Ryan Chaves (MPIK Heidelberg)   (Main amphitheater)
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15:55 --- Pause ---
16:25 A new nearby PWN overlapping the VelaJr SNR - Dr Fabio Acero (LUPM Montpellier)   (Main amphitheater)
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16:45 SNR interacting with molecular clouds as seen by HESS - Mr Jérémie Méhault (LUPM Monptellier)   (Main amphitheater)
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17:05 CR escape from Supernova remnants and their radiative signatures - Dr Stefano Gabici (APC Paris)   (Main amphitheater)
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17:40 Fermi-LAT detection of gamma-ray emission in the vicinity of the star forming regions W43 and Westerlund 2 - Dr Marianne Lemoine-Goumard (CENBG Bordeaux)   (Main amphitheater)
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18:00 The Fermi Large Area Telescope unveils a cocoon of freshly-accelerated cosmic rays in the Cygnus X region - Mr Luigi Tibaldo (university & INFN Parma)   (Main amphitheater)
20:00
Public conference (in french) by Dr E. Bard (CEREGE Aix en Provence) (until 22:00) (Salle Rabelais)
14:00
Cosmic ray acceleration processes (until 15:55) (Main amphitheater)
14:00 The streaming instability - Dr Elena Amato (Arcetri observatory)   (Main amphitheater)
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14:35 Cosmic ray streaming instabilities in the long-wavelength limit - Dr Klara Schure (Oxford University)   (Main amphitheater)
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14:55 Cosmic ray production and gamma-ray emission from Tycho's supernova remnant - Dr Giovanni Morlino (Arcetri observatory)   (Main amphitheater)
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15:15 The Impact of the Reverse Shock on Cosmic-Ray Spectra in Supernova Remnants - Dr Igor Telezhinsky (Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron Zeuthen)   (Main amphitheater)
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15:35 Molecular Clouds as Cosmic Ray Laboratories - Dr Sabrina Casanova (Ruhr University)   (Main amphitheater)
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15:55 --- PAUSE ---
16:25
Interstellar medium (until 18:35) (Main amphitheater)
16:25 Magnetic fields in the interstellar medium - Dr Katia Ferrière (IRAP Toulouse)   (Main amphitheater)
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17:00 Fermi gamma-ray `bubbles' from stochastic acceleration of electrons - Dr Philipp Mertsch (Rudolf Peierls Centre for Theoretical Physics Oxford)   (Main amphitheater)
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17:20 The CO-H2 conversion factor of diffuse ISM: Bright 12CO emission also traces diffuse gas - Dr Jérome Péty (IRAM & Observatoire de Paris)   (Main amphitheater)
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17:40 Turbulence in the interstellar medium - Dr Patrick Hennebelle (LERMA Paris)   (Main amphitheater)
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18:15 Non-thermal emission from molecular clouds in the Galactic centre: Illumination vs cosmic rays. - Dr Régis Terrier (APC Paris)   (Main amphitheater)
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14:00
Free time (until 18:00) ()
14:00
Diffuse emission and cosmic ray interaction with interstellar matter (until 18:00) (Main amphitheater)
14:00 Diffuse Galactic Gamma Rays at intermediate and high Latitudes, Constraints on ISM properties and DM - Dr Ilias Cholis (SISSA Trieste)   (Main amphitheater)
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14:20 Gamma-ray emission from CR-ISM interactions in star-forming galaxies - Dr Pierrick Martin (IPAG Grenoble)   (Main amphitheater)
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14:40 Diffuse galactic gamma-ray emission - Dr Timur Delahaye (IFT-Madrid)   (Main amphitheater)
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15:00 Cosmic Ray production of Beryllium and Boron at high redshift - Dr Emmanuel Rollinde   (Main amphitheater)
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15:35 --- Pause ---
16:05 Spallation reaction and cosmic rays - Dr Vincent Tatischeff   (Main amphitheater)
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16:40 Spallation modelling - What's new on nuclei production with INCL4.5-Abla07? - Dr Jean-Christophe David (CEA)   (Main amphitheater)
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17:00 Fe Ka line emission as a tracer of high energy processes in the Galactic Centre region - evidence against a past AGN activity of Sgr A*? - Dr Renzo Capelli (MPE Garching)   (Main amphitheater)
17:20 How does the cosmic rays influence the gas and grain chemistry in star-forming regions? - Dr Estelle Bayet (Oxford University)   (Main amphitheater)
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17:40 Cosmic-ray ionisation of molecular clouds - Dr Marco Padovani (IEEC Barcelona)   (Main amphitheater)
18:00
Poster session (until 19:00) (Entrance hall)
18:00 An Integral View of Shocks: VIMOS-IFU Observations of SN1006 - Mrs Sladjana Nikolic (MPIA Heidelberg)   (Entrance hall)
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18:05 Ion irradiation experiments relevant to the astrophysics ices - Mr Christian Fernando MEJíA GUAMáN (PUC Rio)   (Entrance hall)
18:10 Cosmic ray-induced carbon isotope fractionation of molecules in dense dark gas. - Dr Harvey Liszt (NRAO)   (Entrance hall)
18:15 AGILE observations of middle-aged SNRs - Dr Giuliani Andrea   (Entrance hall)
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18:20 Unraveling HESS J1745-303 with new results from the Fermi-LAT telescope - Dr Andrea Caliandro   (Entrance hall)
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20:00
Conference dinner - Montpellier downtown (until 22:30) (Mercure Hotel Antigone)
12:35
Concluding session (until 12:55) (Main amphitheater)
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