Cosmic rays & their interstellar medium environment CRISM-2014

from Tuesday, 24 June 2014 (08:00) to Friday, 27 June 2014 (18:55)
Montpellier, France

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
24 Jun 2014
25 Jun 2014
26 Jun 2014
27 Jun 2014
AM
08:00
Registration (until 09:00) ()
09:00 Welcome - Dr Alexandre Marcowith (LUPM) Prof. Fabrice Feinstein   ()
09:15
Multiwavelength view of cosmic ray sources -Prof. Luke Drury (DIAS) (until 10:30) ()
09:15 An observational view of particle acceleration in cosmic ray sources - Dr Jacco Vink (GRAPPA University of Amsterdam The Netherlands)   ()
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10:00 Hadronic TeV emission of the supernova remnant W51C observed with the MAGIC Telescopes? - Dr Julian Krause   ()
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10:30
Pause (until 11:00) ()
11:00
Multiwavelength view of cosmic ray sources -Dr Vikram Dwarkadas (University of Chicago) (until 12:00) ()
11:00 Particle acceleration in the stellar graveyard and the case of young SNRs - Fabio Acero (LUPM)   ()
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11:30 A Catalogue of High-Energy Observations of Galactic Supernova Remnants - Dr Gilles Ferrand (University of Manitoba)   ()
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08:00
Registration (until 09:00) ()
09:00
Cosmic ray sources: theory -Dr Ellen Zweibel (until 10:15) ()
09:00 Origin of Cosmic Rays - Prof. Luke Drury (DIAS Ireland)   ()
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09:45 High energy emission from massive star clusters - Prof. Andrei Bykov   ()
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10:15
Pause (until 10:45) ()
10:45
Cosmic ray sources: theory - Fabio Acero (LUPM) (until 12:15) ()
10:45 Hydrodynamics of Young Supernova Remnants and the Implications for their Gamma-ray emission - Dr Vikram Dwarkadas (University of Chicago)   ()
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11:15 The impact of magnetic turbulence spectrum on particle acceleration in SNR IC443 - Dr Igor Telezhinsky (DESY Zeuthen)   ()
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11:45 Cosmic Rays in star forming galaxies - Dr Pierrick Martin (CNRS/IRAP)   ()
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09:00
Low energy cosmic rays -Dr Katia Ferrière (Observatoire Midi-Pyrénées) (until 10:15) ()
09:00 Cosmic-Ray Ionization of Molecular Clouds - Dr Nick Indriolo (John Hopkins University USA)   ()
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09:45 Wind-driven Exclusion of Cosmic Rays in the Protoplanetary Disk Environment - Ilsedore Cleeves (University of Michigan USA)   ()
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10:15
Pause (until 10:45) ()
10:45
Low energy cosmic rays -Prof. Heinrich Voelk (Max Planck Institute for Nuclear Physics) (until 12:15) ()
10:45 Cosmic-ray induced ionization of a molecular cloud shocked by the W28 supernova remnant - Mr Solenn Vaupré (IPAG)   ()
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11:15 Propagation of cosmic rays into diffuse clouds - Dr Giovanni Morlino (INAF/Osservatorio di Arcetri)   ()
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11:45 Cosmic Ray Transport in the Astrospheres of Solar Twins - Dr Paul Rimmer (University of St Andrews)   ()
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09:00
The turbulent Interstellar medium (until 10:00) ()
09:00 APEX observations of non-stationary magneto-hydrodynamical shocks in W44 - Dr Sibylle Anderl (Institut de Planétologie et d'Astrophysique de Grenoble (IPAG))   ()
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09:30 Irradiated shocks in the W28 A2 star-forming region: sites of cosmic-ray acceleration ? - Dr Antoine Gusdorf (lra/lerma)   ()
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10:00
The galactic center -Dr Lara Nava (Hebrew University of Jerusalem) (until 10:45) ()
10:00 Non-Thermal Radiation from the Inner Galaxy - Dr Roland Crocker   ()
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10:45
Pause (until 11:15) ()
11:15
The galactic center -Dr Philipp Mertsch (KIPAC, Stanford University) (until 12:15) ()
11:15 Low-Energy Cosmic Rays in the Galactic Center Region - Dr Vincent Tatischeff   ()
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11:45 The Contribution of Cosmic Rays Interacting With Molecular Clouds to the Galactic Center Gamma-Ray Excess - Dr Chris Gordon (University of Canterbury)   ()
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PM
14:00
Multiwavelength view of cosmic ray sources -Dr Jacco Vink (until 15:50) ()
14:00 SNR and molecular cloud associations as seen by H.E.S.S. - Cyril TRICHARD (LAPP-HESS)   ()
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14:30 Gamma Rays from supernova remnants - Diane Fernandez (IN2P3)   ()
15:00 TeV sources in the Cygnus region observed with VERITAS - Ms Maria Krause (DESY)   ()
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15:20 The cosmic-ray, dust, and gas content of the local Chamaeleon clouds + reports on Voyager results - Isabelle Grenier (AIM, Paris Diderot et CEA/Irfu)   ()
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15:50
Pause (until 16:20) ()
16:20
The cosmic ray spectrum - Isabelle Grenier (AIM, Paris Diderot et CEA/Irfu) (until 17:35) ()
16:20 Direct detection of cosmic rays: Recent observational progresses - Dr Laurent Derome (LPSC Grenoble France)   ()
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17:05 A database of charged cosmic rays (CRDB) and constraints on the interstellar flux - Mr David Maurin (LPSC)   ()
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17:35
The cosmic ray spectrum - Isabelle Grenier (AIM, Paris Diderot et CEA/Irfu) (until 18:05) ()
17:35 The highest galactic cosmic ray energies - Dr Denis Allard (APC France)   ()
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18:05
Poster presentation -Dr Alexandre Marcowith (LUPM) (until 18:35) ()
18:05 Gas towards the gamma-ray sources HESS J1731-347 and HESS J1729-345 - Dr Nigel Maxted (Laboratoire Univers et Particules de Montpellier)   ()
18:10 Informations from Very High Energy Muons and Neutrinos contained in Extensive Air Shower cores - Dr Mohamed Cherif TALAI (Departement de Physique, Universite Badji Mokhtar Annaba)   ()
18:15 Secondaries from supernova remnants and new AMS-02 data - Dr Philipp Mertsch (KIPAC, Stanford University)   ()
18:20 Proton analysis with AMS-02 and solar modulation level - Mr Alexandre GHELFI (Doctorant)   ()
18:25 3D simulations of the emission from young supernova remnants including particle acceleration - Dr Gilles Ferrand (University of Manitoba)   ()
18:30 Cosmic ray propagation in local magnetic fields - Mr Romain Cohet   ()
14:00
Plasma instabilities and cosmic rays -Prof. Andrei Bykov (Ioffe Institute) (until 15:45) ()
14:00 Cosmic Ray driven instabilities - Prof. Ellen Zweibel   ()
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14:45 The role of cosmic rays on magnetic field diffusion and the formation of protostellar discs - Dr Marco Padovani (Laboratoire Univers et Particules de Montpellier - France)   ()
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15:15 Cosmic ray driven winds - Prof. Heinrich Völk (MPIK Heidelberg Germany)   ()
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15:45
Pause (until 16:15) ()
16:15
Plasma instabilities and cosmic rays -Dr Alexandre Marcowith (LUPM) (until 17:45) ()
16:15 Relativistic cosmic-ray back-reaction instabilities along the background magnetic field - Dr Anatoly Nekrasov   ()
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16:45 Magnetic field structure from cosmic ray driven dynamo in spiral galaxies - Mr Dominik Woltanski   ()
17:15 X-shape magnetic fields in galactic halos - Dr Katia Ferrière (Observatoire Midi-Pyrénées)   ()
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14:00
Low energy cosmic rays -Dr Giovanni Morlino (INAF/Osservatorio di Arcetri) (until 14:50) ()
14:00 Cosmic-ray heating of molecular cloud cores - Dr Daniele Galli (INAF-Osservatorio Astrofisico di Arcetri)   ()
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14:20 Localized SiO emission triggered by the passage of the W51C supernova remnant shock - Dr Gaelle Dumas (IRAM)   ()
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14:50
The turbulent Interstellar medium -Dr Edith Falgarone (Ecole Normale Supérieure et Observatoire de Paris) (until 15:35) ()
14:50 Recent results from Herschel - Dr Philippe André (CEA-AIM Saclay France)   ()
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15:35
Pause (until 16:05) ()
16:05
The turbulent Interstellar medium -Dr Daniele Galli (INAF-Osservatorio Astrofisico di Arcetri) (until 18:05) ()
16:05 The Multi-wavelength ISM: from CRs to dust emission - Dr Tess Jaffe (IRAP Toulouse France)   ()
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16:35 Wide-Field Polarimetry: A Unique Probe of Interstellar Turbulence - Prof. Bryan Gaensler (The University of Sydney / CAASTRO)   ()
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17:05 Polarized thermal dust emission from Planck - Dr Edith Falgarone (Ecole Normale Supérieure et Observatoire de Paris)   ()
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17:35 Synchrotron emission from molecular clouds - Dr andy strong (MPE)   ()
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20:00
Dinner (until 23:00) ()
14:00
Cosmic Ray propagation -Mr David Maurin (LPSC) (until 15:45) ()
14:00 Cosmic Ray diffusion in magnetized turbulence - Dr Robert Tautz   ()
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14:45 Cosmic Ray propagation close to their acceleration site - Dr Lara Nava (Hebrew university of jerusalem Israël)   ()
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15:15 Propagation of high-energy cosmic-ray electrons in the interstellar medium - Prof. Reda Attallah (Département de Physique, Université Badji Mokhtar, Annaba, Algérie)   ()
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15:45
Pause (until 16:15) ()
16:15
Cosmic Ray propagation -Dr Robert Tautz (until 17:45) ()
16:15 Picard: A new Code for The Galactic Cosmic Ray Propagation Problem - Dr Ralf Kissmann (Universtity Innsbruck)   ()
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16:45 A solution to the cosmic ray anisotropy problem - Dr Philipp Mertsch (KIPAC, Stanford University)   ()
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17:15 Charged-particle heating in imbalanced MHD turbulence - Martin Weidl (IPP Garching)   ()
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17:45
Concluding talk (until 18:05) ()
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