CASPAR 2013 Cosmic-rays Acceleration, Sources and Propagation: A Rendez-vous

from Tuesday, 10 September 2013 (08:00) to Thursday, 19 September 2013 (18:00)
DESY Hamburg (Building 61, Lecture Hall)

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
10 Sep 2013
11 Sep 2013
12 Sep 2013
13 Sep 2013
16 Sep 2013
17 Sep 2013
18 Sep 2013
19 Sep 2013
AM
08:45 Welcome Speech - Dr Carmelo Evoli (II. Institut für Theoretische Physik, Universität Hamburg)   (Building 61, Lecture Hall)
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09:00 Galactic Cosmic Rays with H.E.S.S. - Kathrin Egberts (Leopold-Franzens-Universität, Innsbruck, Austria)   (Building 61, Lecture Hall)
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10:00 Results from AMS-02 - Iris Gebauer (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Karlsruhe, Germany)   (Building 61, Lecture Hall)
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11:00 --- coffee break ---
11:30 Modeling of Galactic Cosmic Ray propagation in our Galaxy in light of recent AMS results - Daniele Gaggero (SISSA, Trieste, Italy)   (Building 61, Lecture Hall)
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09:00 Sources of galactic cosmic rays - Martin Pohl (DESY, Zeuthen, Germany)   (Building 61, Lecture Hall)
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10:00 Galactic cosmic-ray & gamma-ray sources - Diego F. Torres (IEEC-CSIC, Barcelona, Spain)   (Building 61, Lecture Hall)
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11:00 --- coffee break ---
11:30 Origin of galactic cosmic rays: the role of gamma-ray observations - Stefano Gabici (APC, Paris, France)   (Building 61, Lecture Hall)
09:00 Cosmic ray transport in the interstellar medium - Reinhard Schlickeiser (Universität Bochum, Bochum, Germany)   (Building 61, Lecture Hall)
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10:00 Acceleration of cosmic rays in shocks and reconnection sites - Alex Lazarian (University of Wisconsin, USA)   (Building 61, Lecture Hall)
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11:00 --- coffee break ---
11:30 Particle transport and acceleration in turbulence - Huirong Yan (Peking University, Beijing, China)   (Building 61, Lecture Hall)
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09:00 Cosmic ray propagation and the generalized central limit theorem - Pierre Salati (LAPTh, Annecy, France)   (Building 61, Lecture Hall)
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10:00 Search for Dark Matter in the Galaxy - Gabrijela Zaharijas (ICTP, Trieste, Italy)   (Building 61, Lecture Hall)
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11:00 --- coffee break ---
11:30 Complementaries in indirect dark matter searches - Piero Ullio (SISSA, Trieste, Italy)   (Building 61, Lecture Hall)
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09:00 Welcome Speech - Günter Sigl (Hamburg University)   (Building 61, Lecture Hall)
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09:15 New developments in our understanding of the origin of CRs - Eli Waxman (Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel)   (Building 61, Lecture Hall)
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10:15 PeV Cosmic Rays measured by IceCube/IceTop - Serap Tilav (University of Delaware, US)   (Building 61, Lecture Hall)
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11:15 --- coffee break ---
11:45 An almost perfect Universe - results from the Planck mission - Torsten Enßlin (MPA, Garching, Germany)   (Building 61, Lecture Hall)
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09:00 Galactic Magnetic Field and Cosmic Rays - Glennys Farrar (NYU, New York City, US)   (Building 61, Lecture Hall)
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10:00 Intergalactic Magnetic Field and Propagation of Ultra-High-Energy Cosmic Rays - Dongsu Ryu (Chungnam National University, Korea)   (Building 61, Lecture Hall)
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11:00 --- coffee break ---
11:30 Diffusive shock acceleration at cosmological shock waves - Hyesung Kang (Pusan National University, Korea)   (Building 61, Lecture Hall)
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09:00 Where did UHECRs come from? - Angela Olinto (KICP, Chicago, USA)   (Building 61, Lecture Hall)
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10:00 Extragalactic propagation of UHECRs - Denise Boncioli (INFN-LNGS, L’Aquila, Italy)   (Building 61, Lecture Hall)
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11:00 --- coffee break ---
11:30 Propagation and interpretation of ultra-high energy cosmic rays using CRPropa - Daniel Kuempel (RWTH Aachen University, Germany)   (Building 61, Lecture Hall)
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09:00 The Near Infrared Background: puzzles and promises - Andrea Ferrara (SNS, Pisa, Italy)   (Building 61, Lecture Hall)
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10:00 Extragalactic Background Light: a Review - Hervé Dole (Institut d'Astrophysique Spatiale, Orsay)   (Building 61, Lecture Hall)
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11:00 --- coffee break ---
11:30 Extragalactic messengers: some open questions - Michael Kachelriess (NTNU Institutt for fysikk, Trondheim, Norway)   (Building 61, Lecture Hall)
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PM
14:30 --- coffee break ---
15:00
discussion session (until 17:00) (Building 61, Lecture Hall)
14:30 --- coffee break ---
15:00 Anisotropic Cosmic Ray Diffusion and its Implications for Gamma-Ray Astronomy - Dmitri Semikoz (AstroParticle and Cosmology (APC), Paris, France)   (Building 61, Lecture Hall)
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16:00
discussion session (until 17:00) (Building 61, Lecture Hall)
14:30 Aperitif - Mr Andrey Saveliev (University of Hamburg)   (Building 61, Lecture Hall)
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14:45 Localisation of cosmic ray sources via extended gamma and neutrino emission around them - Andrii Neronov (ISDC Data Centre for Astrophysics, Geneva, Switzerland)   (Building 61, Lecture Hall)
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15:45 --- coffee break ---
16:10
discussion session (until 17:00) (Building 61, Lecture Hall)
14:30 Dark matter searches in charged cosmic rays? Really? - Philipp Mertsch (Stanford University)   (Building 61, Lecture Hall)
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15:30 --- coffee break ---
16:00
discussion session (until 17:00) (Building 61, Lecture Hall)
14:30 Neutrino astronomy with IceCube - Juan Antonio Aguilar Sánchez (Université de Genève, Geneva, Switzerland)   (Building 61, Lecture Hall)
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15:30 --- coffee break ---
16:00 Recents results from the Pierre Auger Observatory - Hans Dembinski (Karlsruher Institut für Technologie, Karlsruhe, Germany)   (Building 61, Lecture Hall)
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14:30 Acceleration to ultra-high energies - Martin Lemoine (IAP, Paris, France)   (Building 61, Lecture Hall)
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15:30 --- coffee break ---
16:00
discussion session (until 17:00) (Building 61, Lecture Hall)
14:30 The view on cosmic rays in galaxy clusters from numerical simulations and observations - Franco Vazza (Hamburger Sternwarte, Hamburg, Germany)   (Building 61, Lecture Hall)
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15:30 --- coffee break ---
16:00
discussion session (until 17:00) (Building 61, Lecture Hall)
15:30 --- coffee break ---
16:00
discussion session (until 17:00) (Building 61, Lecture Hall)