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IAU S264 Solar and Stellar Variability – Impact on Earth and

Planets

3 - 7 August 2009


Coordinating Division: II

SOC chairs: Alexandre H. Andrei (Brasil), Alexander Kosovichev (USA), and Jean-Pierre Rozelot (France).

SOC members: Annie Baglin (France), Maria Pia Di Mauro (Italy), Julio A. Fernandez (Uruguay), Eduardo Janot Pacheco (Brasil), John D. Landstreet (Canada), Cristina H. Mandrini (Argentina), Hiroko Miyahara (Japan), Mudumba Parthasarathy (India), Ignasi Ribas (Spain), Franck Selsis (France), Jill C. Tarter (USA), Jingxiu Wang (China Nanjing), and Lev M. Zeleny (Russia).

Editors: Alexandre H. Andrei, Alexander Kosovichev & Jean-Pierre Rozelot

Contact: Alexander Kosovichev

URL:


Principal topics

The most critical aspects of the solar and stellar variability and its impact on the Earth and planets, including:

  • physical mechanisms of solar and stellar variability

  • solar diameter and irradiance measurements

  • helio- and asteroseismic inferences

  • variability of spectral irradiance and energetic particles

  • solar cycles and variability on century timescale

  • effects on space weather and solar system planets

  • implications for Earth’s climate

  • stellar magnetic activity and cycles

  • brightness changes in solar-type stars and stellar surface structures

  • effects of magnetic activity on planet formation and evolution

  • space- and ground-based observational projects


S264 Plenary Review, Wednesday 5 August, 09:00 – 10:00 hr:

Solar and Stellar Variability and Space Weather (R) Thomas J. Bogdan

Preliminary program


Monday 3 August

I. Observations of solar and stellar variability

11:00 Solar diameter and irradiance measurements (I)

11:25 Helio- and asteroseismic inferences (I)

11:50 Variability of spectral irradiance and energetic

particles (I)

12:15 contributed talk

12:30 lunch

II. Solar and stellar cycles and variability on century timescale

14:30 Sunspot cycles and grand minima (I)

14:55 Stellar magnetic cycles (I)

15:20 contributed talk

15:35 coffee break

16:00 long-term stellar variability (I)

16:25 3 contributed talks


Tuesday 4 August


09:00 – 10:00 S263 Plenary Review


III. Magnetic activity and dynamo mechanisms

11:00 Evolution of the solar magnetic fields and

polarity reversals (I)

11:25 Solar dynamo and cycles (I)

11:50 Poster presentations. 1.


Wednesday 5 August


09:00 – 10:00 S264 Plenary Review


IV. Magnetic activity and dynamo mechanisms (cont’d)

11:00 Stellar magnetic dynamo during the evolution

across the main sequence (I)

11:25 Realistic MHD numerical simulations (I)

11:50 2 contributed talks

12:30 lunch


V. Physical mechanisms of solar and stellar variability

14:30 Mechanisms of the total and spectral irradiance changes (I)

14:55 Poster presentations. 2.

15:30 coffee break


16:00 Large-scale patterns and ‘active longitudes’ (I)

16:25 Magnetic energy release, flares and CME (I)

16:50 2 contributed talks


Thursday 6 August


VI. Effects on space weather and climate

09:00 Evidence and mechanisms of solar influence on Earth climate (I)

09:25 Thermosphere temperature and density variations (I)

09:50 2 contributed talks

10:30 coffee break

11:00 CME link to geomagnetic storms (I)

11:25 Lower and middle atmosphere and ozone layer responses

to solar variation (I)

11:50 2 contributed talks

12:30 lunch


VII. Effects of magnetic activity on planet formation and evolution

14:30 The paleo-Sun, changes from records and inference from

solar analogs of different ages (I)

14:55 Magnetic activity and stellar radiation emission

as influences on the thermal structure, photochemistry

and photoionization of planetary atmospheres (I)

15:20 contributed talk

15:30 coffee break

16:00 From young chromosphere active stars to cold

dwarfs: regimens of magnetic activity and irradiance (I)

16:25 Stellar activity and magnetic shielding (I)

16:50 Poster presentations. II


Friday 7 August


VIII. Impact of solar and stellar variability on planetary atmospheres and climate

09:00 Sun and stars as the primary energy input

in planetary atmospheres (I)

09:25 Formation and evolution of planetary atmospheres (I)

09:50 UV radiation and planetary biological evolution (I)

10:15 contributed talk

10:30 coffee break


IX. Current and future space missions and ground-based observing programs

11:00 Recent results from CoRoT (I)

11:25 Solar missions (I)


11:50 3 contributed talks

12:30 lunch


X. Open discussion, and closing remarks

14:00 General discussion and closing remarks

15:30 closure


IAUS 265 Chemical Abundances in the Universe – Connecting First Stars to Planets

10 - 14 August 2009


Coordinating Division: IV

SOC chairs: Katia Cunha (Brazil), Monique Spite (France), and Beatriz Barbuy (Brasil).

SOC members: Martin Asplund (Germany), Timothy C. Beers (USA), Michael S. Bessell (Australia), Christina Chiappini M.L. (Switzerland), Bengt Gustafsson (Sweden), Chiaki Kobayashi (Japan), Dante Minniti (Chile), Paolo Molaro (Italy), Max Pettini (UK), Elena Terlevich (Mexico), Stanley E. Woosley (USA), and Rosemary F. Wyse (USA).

Editors: Katia Cunha, Monique Spite & Beatriz Barbuy

Contact: Katia Cunha

URL:


Principal topics

  • primordial nucleosynthesis and the First Stars in the Universe

  • abundances in the First Stars in the Galaxy

  • abundances in the high-redshift Universe

  • chemical abundance constraints on mass assembly and star formation in galaxies

  • extra-solar planets - the chemical abundance connection

  • abundance surveys and projects in the era of future large telescopes.


S265 Plenary Review, Monday 10 August, 09:00 – 10:00 hr:

Chemical Abundances in the Universe (R) Stanley E. Woosley


Preliminary program


Monday 10 August


9:00-10:00 Chemical Abundances in the Universe (Plenary Review) S.E. Woosley


I. Primordial Nucleosynthesis and the First Stars in the Universe

11:00 Primordial nucleosynthesis after WMAP (I) G. Steigman

11:30 contributed talk

11:45 The Very First Stars; formation and re-ionization of

the Universe (I) V. Bromm

12:15 contributed talk

12:30 lunch

14:00 Nucleosynthesis of the elements in

super-/ hypernovae (I) K. Nomoto

14:30 contributed talk

14:45 Constraints on the nature of s- and r-process (I) C. Sneden

15:15 contributed talk

15:30 coffee break

16:00 contributed talk

16:15 contributed talk


II. First Stars in the Galaxy

16:30 The first Galactic stars and chemical enrichment

in the halo (I) P. Bonifacio

17:00 contributed talk

17:15 contributed talk


Tuesday 11 August


09:00 – 10:00 Plenary review Symposium 266


11:00 Nucleosynthesis in rotating massive stars and

abundances in the early Galaxy (I) G. Meynet

11:30 contributed talk

11:45 Carbon-enhanced metal poor (CEMP) stars (I) W. Aoki

12:05 contributed talk

12:20 contributed talk

12:35 lunch

14:00 NLTE effects and 3D effects in model atmospheres (I) B. Gustafsson


III: Chemical Abundances in the High Redshift Universe

14:30 Star-forming galaxies (I) tbd

15:00 contributed talk

15:20 contributed talk

15:30 coffee break

16:00 Damped Ly-α systems and the host galaxies of

γ-ray bursts (I) J.X. Prochaska

16:30 contributed talk

16:45 The intergalactic medium A.S. Cowie

17:15 contributed talk


Wednesday 12 August

09:00 – 10:00 Plenary review Symposium 267


11:00 Active Galactic Nuclei (I) F.W. Hamann (tbc)

11:30 contributed talk


IV. Chemical Abundance Constraints on Mass Assembly and

Star Formation in local Galaxies and the Milky Way

11:45 Dwarf galaxies (I) V.M. Hill

12:15 contributed talk

12:30 lunch

14:00 invited talk A. Koch

14:20 Chemo-dynamical substructure in the Galactic halo (I) tbd

14:45 contributed talk

15:00 The Milky Way Bulge and Center (I) M. Zoccali

15:30 coffee break

16:00 invited talk A. McWilliam

16:20 contributed talk

16:35 The Galactic thick disk (I) B.E. Reddy

17:05 contributed talk

17:20 contributed talk


Thursday 13 August


09:00 The Galactic thin disk (I) C. Allende Prieto

09:30 contributed talk

09:45 Metallicity gradients in the Milky Way (I) W.J. Maciel

10:15 contributed talk

10:30 coffee break

11:00 contributed talk

11:15 Chemical evolution models (I) tbd

11:45 contributed Talk

12:00 Chemo-dynamical simulations of galaxies (I) C. Kobayashi

12:20 contributed talk

12:35 lunch

14:00 Session 2 of the IAU XXVII General Assembly


Friday 14 August


V. Extrasolar Planets: The Chemical Abundance Connection

09:00 Metallicity and planet formation: Models (I) D.N.C. Lin

09:30 contributed talk

09:45 Metallicity and planet formation: Observations (I) J.A. Valenti

10:15 contributed talk

10:30 coffee break

11:00 contributed talk

11:15 contributed talk

11:30 contributed talk


VI. Abundance Surveys and Projects in the Era of Future Large Telescopes

11:45 Instrumentation in the era of ELTs (I) L. Pasquini

12:10 lunch


13:40 The Chemo-dynamical history of the Milky Way as

revealed by SDSS/Segue (I) T.C. Beers

14:05 Galaxy assembly through chemical abundance signatures

in the era of Large Surveys (I) R.F. Wyse

14:30 Science in the era of 30m telescopes (I) G.F. Gilmore

15:05 Symposium summary and concluding remarks V.V. Smith


IAU S266 Star Clusters – Basic Galactic Building Blocks
throughout Time and Space


10 - 14 August 2009


Coordinating Division: VII

SOC chairs: Richard de Grijs (UK) and Jacques R.D. Lépine (Brasil).

SOC members: Beatriz Barbuy (Brasil), Giovanni Carraro (Italy), Licai Deng (China Nanjing), Michael A. Dopita (Australia), Yuping Gao (China Nanjing), Douglas P. Geisler (Chile), Rosa M. Gonzalez Delgado (Spain), John Lattanzio (Australia), Stephen L.W. McMillan (USA), André Moitinho (Portugal), Anas M. Osman (Egypt), Philippe Prugniel (France), Ata Sarajedini (USA), and Alison I. Sills (Canada).

Editors: Richard de Grijs & Jacques R.D. Lépine

Contact: Richard de Grijs

URL:


S266 Plenary Review, Tuesday 11 August, 09:00 – 10:00

Cities of Stars: What they may reveal about their

inhabitants, their societies, and their times (R) Bruce W. Carney

Preliminary program


Monday 10 August


I. Physics and modes of star cluster formation

11:00 Statistical properties of embedded and open star

clusters (R) H. Zinnecker

11:40 contributed talk

12:00 Physics and modes of star cluster formation (I) M.R. Bate

12:40 lunch

14:00 Prospects on the modes of star cluster formation in the

ALMA era (I) Y. Gao

14:30 2 contributed talks


II. Massive star clusters: formation, evolution, feedback, destruction

15:10 contributed talk

15:30 coffee break / poster viewing

16:00 Young massive star clusters (R) R. de Grijs

16:40 The nature of nuclear star clusters (I) T. Böker

17:10 contributed talk


Tuesday 11 August


09:00 Cities of Stars: What they may reveal about their inha-

bitants, their societies, and their times (plenary R) Bruce W. Carney

10:00 coffee break / poster viewing

11:00 Star cluster destruction (R) M. Gieles

11:40 contributed talk

12:00 Dynamical evolution of star cluster systems:

the first 100 Myr (I) G.A. Parmentier

12:30 lunch


III. Star cluster systems in context

14:00 Star cluster systems (R) P. Kroupa

14:40 contributed talk

15:00 Charting the ups and downs of Galaxy evolution with

star clusters: lessons from the nearby Universe (I) J.S. Gallagher

15:30 coffee break / poster viewing

16:00 Observational properties of the open cluster system of the

Milky Way and what they tell us about our Galaxy (R) A. Moitinho

16:35 2 contributed talks


IV. Globular cluster chemical evolution.

17:15 contributed talk


Wednesday 12 August


11:00 Globular cluster abundances: The imprint of first

generation massive stars (R) C. Charbonnel

11:40 Globular cluster abundances and what they can tell us

about galaxy formation (I) J. Cohen

12:10 contributed talk

12:30 lunch

14:00 Chemical yields from asymptotic giant branch stars (I) A.I. Karakas

14:30 contributed talk


V. The multiwavelength view of star clusters

14:40 Multi-wavelength insights into star cluster formation

and evolution (I) R. Indebetouw

15:10 contributed talk

15:30 coffee break / poster viewing

16:00 X-rays from young star clusters as a complement to

optical and IR views (R) F. Damiani

16:40 contributed talk

17:00 Infrared surveys of Galactic star clusters (I) V. Ivanov


Thursday 13 August


09:00 contributed talk


VI. Stellar cluster dynamics

09:30 Star cluster dynamics (R) K. Bekki

10:10 contributed talk

10:30 coffee break / poster viewing

11:00 Stellar dynamics in the era of high-accuracy astronomy (R) C.M. Boily

11:40 Formation and dynamics of star clusters (I) O.Y. Gnedin

12:10 contributed talk

12:30 lunch


Friday 14 August


09:00 The velocity dispersion of brown dwarfs in clusters (I) A.P. Whitworth

09:30 contributed talk


VII. Star clusters as laboratories for stellar evolution

09:50 Star clusters as laboratories for stellar evolution (R) M. Catelán

10:30 coffee break / poster viewing

11:00 Star clusters and single stellar populations (R) L.-C. Deng

11:30 Multiple generations of stars in star clusters:

the observational evidence (I) G. Piotto

12:00 Late stages of stellar evolution and cluster dynamics

in globular star clusters (I) H.B. Richer

12:30 lunch

14:00 3 contributed talks

15:00 Symposium summary S.S. Larsen


IAU S267 Co-evolution of Central Black Holes and Galaxies

10 - 14 August 2009


Coordinating Division: VIII

SOC chair: Bradley M. Peterson (USA).

SOC members: Roberto Cid Fernandes (Brasil), Suzy Collin (France), Horacio Dottori (Brazil), Martin S. Elvis (USA), Laura Ferrarese (Canada), Timothy M. Heckman (USA), Guinevere A.M. Kauffmann (Germany), Stefanie Komossa (Germany), Paulina Lira (Chile), Alessandro Marconi (Italy), Hagai Netzer (Israel), Elaine M. Sadler (Australia), Rachel S. Somerville (USA), Thaisa Storchi-Bergmann (Brasil), Keiichi Wada (Japan), and Martin Ward (UK).

Editors: Bradley M. Peterson, Rachel S. Somerville & Thaisa Storchi-Bergmann

Contact: Bradley M. Peterson


URL:


Principal topics

  • the cosmological framework: the first galaxies and black holes (observations and theory)

  • multi-wavelength properties of AGN and their hosts

  • quasar & supermassive black hole demographics

  • black hole masses, scaling relationships with host galaxies and their evolution

  • relationships between AGNs, starburst regions, and stellar populations

  • accretion and outflows

  • physics of accretion and outflows: theory

  • the interplay between radio jets and the ICM/IGM: observations and simulations

  • modes of AGN feedback to galaxy evolution: observations and theory.


Plenary Review, Wednesday 12 August, 09:00-10:00 hr:

Co-evolution of Galaxies and Blackholes (R) Timothy M. Heckman


Preliminary program


Monday 10 August


I. The first galaxies and black holes

11:00 (R, tbd) P. Madau

11:40 (I, tbd) D. Elbaz

12:10 (I, tbd) X. Fan

12:40 lunch / poster viewing

14:00 (I, tbd) M. Volonteri

14:30 3 contributed talks

15:30 coffee break / poster viewing

II. Quasar and supermassive black hole demographics

16:00 (R, tbd) H. Netzer

16:40 (I, tbd) S. M. Croom

17:10 (I, tbd) A. Marconi


Tuesday 11 August


11:00 (I, tbd) M. Vestergaard

11:30 3 contributed talks

12:30 lunch / poster viewing


III. Multiwavelength properties of AGNs and their hosts

14:00 (R, tbd) M.S. Elvis R. Cid Fernandes
15:10 contributed talk

15:30 coffee break / poster viewing

16:00 (I, tbd) T. Nagao

16:30 3 contributed talks


Wednesday 12 August


9:00 Co-evolution of galaxies and black holes (R) T.M. Heckman

10:00 coffee / poster viewing


IV. Black hole masses, scaling relationships and their evolution

11:00 (R, tbd) B.M. Peterson

11:40 (I, tbd) L. Ferrarese

12:10 contributed talk

12:30 lunch / poster viewing

14:00 (I, tbd) C. Peng

14:30 3 contributed talks

15:30 coffee break / poster viewing


V. Accretion and feeding


16:00 (R, tbd) A.R. King

16:40 (I, tbd) R. Davies

17:10 (I, tbd) G. Risaliti


Thursday 13 August


9:00 (I, tbd) T. Storchi-Bergmann

9:30 3 contributed talks

10:30 coffee break / poster viewing


VI. Outflows and feedback

11:00 (R, tbd) A.C. Fabian

11:40 (I, tbd) N. Arav

12:10 (I, tbd) D. Proga


Friday 14 August


9:00 (I, tbd) K. Wada

9:30 3 contributed talks

10:30 coffee break / poster viewing


VII. The Big Picture: large-scale effects of feedback on galaxies and their environment


11:00 (R, tbd) R.S. Somerville

11:40 (I, tbd) T. Di Matteo

12:10 contributed talk

12:30 lunch / poster viewing

14:00 (I, tbd) P.F. Hopkins

14:30 3 contributed talks

15:30 coffee break / poster viewing

16:00 (I, tbd) G.A.M. Kauffmann

16:30 (I, tbd) R. Morganti

17:00 Closing remarks R.D. Blandford


I.6.7. JOINT DISCUSSIONS


JD1 Dark Matter in Early-type Galaxies

3 - 5 August 2009


Coordinating Division: VIII

SOC chairs: Leon V.E. Koopmans (Netherlands) and Tommaso Treu (USA).

SOC members: Luca Ciotti (Italy), Wyn Evans (UK), Ortwin Gerhard (Germany), Dan Maoz (Israel), Priyamvada Natarajan (USA), Takaya Ohashi (Japan), and Silvia Pellegrini (Italy).

Editors: Leon V.E. Koopmans & Tommaso Treu

Contact: Leon V.E. Koopmans

URL:


Principal topics

Breakthroughs in observational and modelling techniques (lensing, dynamics and X-rays) as well as in theoretical studies, and large observational surveys:

  • are the observational results presenting a self-consistent picture?

  • are there major problems with the standard cold matter scenario?

  • are there any viable alternatives to dark matter?

Assess the current status of the field and discuss future scientific goals:

  • stellar and dark-matter density profiles

  • CDM and stellar substructure

  • scaling relations

  • formation mechanisms

  • cosmic evolution

  • observational/modelling techniques

  • ongoing / new surveys


Preliminary program


Monday 3 August


11:00 - 11:05 Opening L.V.E. Koopmans


I. Dark matter from galaxy dynamics or X-ray observations

11:05 - 11:30 Dark matter and galaxy dynamics (I) O. Gerhard

11:30 - 11:55 Dark matter and X-ray haloes (I) T. Ohashi

11:55 - 12:35 3-4 contributed talks

12:35 - 14:00 lunch


II. Joint techniques: combining lensing, dynamics, X-ray observations

14:00 - 14:25 X-rays and dynamics (I) S. Pellegrini

14:25 - 14:50 Lensing and dynamics (I) L.V.E. Koopmans

14:50 - 15:30 3-4 contributed talks

15:30 - 16:00 coffee break


III. Scaling relations and dark matter connection

16:00 - 16:25 ETGs Scaling Relations (I) T. Treu

16:25 - 16:50 tbd (I)

16:50 - 17:30 3-4 contributed talks


Tuesday 4 August


IV. Dark-matter density profiles from weak lensing

11:00 - 11:25 Extended dark-matter haloes from weak lensing (I) P. Natarajan

11:25 - 11:45 1-2 contributed talks


V. Dark matter substructure

11:45 - 12:10 CDM substructure - simulations vs. observations (I) W. Evans

12:10 - 12:30 1-2 contributed talk


Wednesday 5 August


11:00 - 11:20 1-2 contributed talks


VI. The role of dark matter in formation, evolution and feedback

11:20 - 11:45 Galaxy formation from dry & hydro simulations (I) L. Ciotti

11:45 - 12:10 Semi-analytic Galaxy Formation Models (I) tbd

12:10 - 12:30 1-2 contributed talks

12:30 - 14:00 lunch

14:00 - 14:20 1-2 contributed talks


VII. Ongoing surveys and future outlook

14:20 - 14:45 ETG surveys - past, present, and future (I) Dan Maoz (tbc)

14:45 - 15:25 3-4 contributed talks

15:30 - 16:00 Coffee break


VII. General & Panel Discussion

16:00 - 17:30 General Discussion (Lead by SOC Panel + Selected Speakers)

Discussion on major open questions about the presence and role of dark-matter in ETGs, its influence on galaxy structure, formation, evolution and feedback. The role and presence of CDM substructure. What are the steps forward in this field, where should future research focus on, etc.


JD2 Diffuse Light in Galaxy Clusters

6 - 7 August 2009


Coordinating Division: VIII

SOC chairs: Magda Arnaboldi (Italy) and Ortwin Gerhard (Germany).

SOC members: Christophe Adami (France), Robin Ciardullo (USA), Kenneth C. Freeman (Australia), Lucio Mayer (Switzerland), Cláudia L. Mendes de Oliveira (Brasil), Sadanori Okamura (Japan), Simon D.M. White (Germany), and Ann I. Zabludoff (USA).

Editors: Magda Arnaboldi & Ortwin Gerhard

Contact: Magda Arnaboldi

URL:


Principal topics

Diffuse intracluster light (ICL) has now been observed in nearby and in intermediate redshift clusters. Individual intracluster stars have been detected in the Virgo and Coma clusters and the first colour-magnitude diagram and velocity measurements have been obtained. Recent studies show that the intracluster light contains of the order of 10% and up to 30% of the mass in stars overall, but in cores of dense and rich clusters like Coma, the local ICL fraction can be as high as 40-50%. Topics are:

  • what can we learn from the ICL about the formation of galaxy clusters and the evolution of cluster galaxies?

  • how and when did the ICL form?

  • what is the connection to the central brightest cluster galaxy?

  • cosmological N-body and hydrodynamical simulations are beginning to make predictions for the kinematics and origin of
    the ICL

  • need to confront observational evidence and theoretical predictions

  • identify future directions for understanding the origin and implications of this new component of galaxy clusters.


Preliminary program


I. Distribution of diffuse light in clusters and groups – photometry

Clusters z=0

Individual: Virgo cluster (I) J. C. Mihos

Individual: Coma cluster (I) C. Adami

Clusters z=0.3

Individual: (I) J.J. Feldmeier

Statistical: (I) S. Zibetti

Groups – compact and fossil groups (I) C.L. Mendes de Oliveira


II. Kinematics of intra-cluster stars – Individual stars and absorption line spectroscopy

Intracluster Planetary Nebulae

Kinematics of diffuse light in Virgo from planetary nebulae (I) M. Arnaboldi

Dynamics of cluster cores from planetary nebulae velocities (I) O. Gerhard

Absorption line spectroscopy of diffuse light (I) A.I. Zabludoff


III. Intracluster stellar populations – [Fe/H] and age distribution

Planetary Nebulae as tracers of stellar populations (I) R. Ciardullo

The intracluster red giant star population in the Virgo cluster (I) P.R. Durrell

Intracluster globular clusters and ultra-compact dwarfs (I) M. Hilker

Metallicity of the ICL (I) tbd


IV. Cosmological simulations of cluster and group formation /origin of diffuse light

Cluster and group formation in ΛCDM (I) S.D.M. White

Galaxy evolution in clusters (I) L. Mayer

Observations of galaxy formation and mergers in clusters (I) tbd

Building up of cDs and diffuse light

Simulation of diffuse light in clusters (I) tbd

Formation of cDs (I) G. De Lucia


JD3 Neutron Stars – Timing in Extreme Environments

3 - 5 August 2009


Coordinating Division: XI

SOC chairs: Tomaso Belloni (Italy), Mariano Méndez (Netherlands), and Chengmin Zhang (China Nanjing).

SOC members: M. Ali Alpar (Turkey), Didier Barret (France), Dipankar Bhattacharya (India), Deepto Chakrabarty (USA), Marat R. Gilfanov (Germany/Russia), Jorge Horvath (Brasil), Victoria M. Kaspi (Canada), Michiel van der Klis (Netherlands), Duncan R. Lorimer (USA), Donald B. Melrose (Australia), Dany P. Page (Mexico), Andreas Reisenegger (Chile), and Gustavo E. Romero (Argentina).

Editors: Tomaso Belloni, Mariano Méndez & Chengmin Zhang

Contact: Tomaso Belloni

URL:


Principal topics

  • quasi-periodic oscillations from mHz to kHz

  • X-ray bursts and superbursts

  • millisecond X-ray pulsars

  • AXP/SGR and magnetars

  • isolated neutron stars




  • very-high energy emission from neutron stars

  • gravitational waves from neutron stars

  • neutron-star equation of state and strong gravity

  • future instrumentation for timing.


Preliminary program

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