CONFERENCE PROGRAM


Scientific Program
Preliminary schedule
12/03/2017.


 

   

Sunday March 19th


Morning Session: Cosmic Rays
09:00 - 12:00
Chairperson: J. Dumarchez (LPNHE, Paris)

(10')

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Welcome
Jacques Dumarchez (LPNHE - Univ. of Paris)

(35'+10')

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UHECR and the gamma-ray background
Tsvi Piran (Racah Institute for physics, Jerusalem)    [PDF]

(25'+5')

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Recent Anisotropy Studies with the Pierre Auger Observatory
Roger Clay (University of Adelaide)    [PDF]

(25'+5')

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The Giant Radio Array for Neutrino Detection
Olivier Martineau (LPNHE, Paris)    [PPTX]

(25'+5')

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Results and recent developments of EASIER
Romain Gaior (LPNHE, Paris)    [PDF]


Afternoon Session: Multimessenger Astronomy
17:00 - 20:00
Chairperson: D. Dornic (CPPM, Marseille)

(35'+10')

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Multimessenger tests of high energy sources including UHECR nuclei and neutrinos
Anatoli Fedynitch (DESY, Hamburg)    [PDF]

(25'+5')

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H.E.S.S. multi-messenger and real-time follow-up observations
Fabian Schussler (IRFU/CEA-Saclay)    [PDF]

(25'+5')

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Gravitational waves alert follow-up strategy in the H.E.S.S. multi-messenger framework
Monica Seglar Arroyo (CEA Saclay)    [PDF]

(25'+5')

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The MAGIC multi-messenger Transient Sources program
Alessandro Carosi (LAPP, Annecy)    [PDF]

(25'+5')

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Neutrino masses and ordering via multimessenger astronomy
Aurora Meroni (HIP, Helsinki)    [PDF]


 

   

Monday March 20th


Morning Session: Dark Matter
09:00 - 12:00

(25'+5')

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Dark matter search with LUX
Claudio Pascoal da Silva (Universidade de Coimbra)    [PDF]

(25'+5')

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Dark matter search with the XENON1T experiment
Teresa Marrodan Undagoitia (Max-Planck-Institut für Kernphysik)    [PDF]

(25'+5')

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Current and Future of WIMP Search in DarkSide
Masayuki Wada (Princeton University)    [PDF]

(25'+5')

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Results from the EDELWEISS-III Dark Matter search
Bernhard Siebenborn (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)    [PDF]

(20'+5')

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Directional detection of Dark Matter with nuclear emulsion based detector
Valeri Tioukov (INFN Napoli)    [PPTX]

(20'+5')

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DAMIC
Romain Gaior (LPNHE, Paris)    [PDF]


Afternoon Session: Neutrino Astronomy
17:00 - 20:00
Chairperson: Alessandro Carosi (LAPP, Annecy)

(35'+10')

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Recent results from the ANTARES Neutrino Telescope
Damien Dornic (CPPM/IN2P3)    [PDF]

(25'+5')

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Can we observe neutrino flares in coincidence with explosive transients?
Claire Guépin (Institut d'Astrophysique de Paris)    [PDF]

(25'+5')

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Multi-messenger studies of transient and variable astrophysical sources with the ANTARES neutrino telescope
Alexis Coleiro (IFIC Valencia & APC Paris)    [PDF]

(20'+5')

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On the detectability of BL Lac objects by IceCube
Chiara Righi (DiSAT-Università degli studi dell'Insubria)    [PDF]


 

   

Tuesday March 21st


Morning Session: Gamma Rays
09:00 - 12:00
Chairperson: Fabian Schüssler (Irfu/SPP CEA Saclay)

(35'+10')

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Highlights from TeV extragalactic sources
Elisa Prandini (INFN and Padova University)    [PDF]

(25'+5')

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The impact of gamma-gamma absorption on the observed TeV emission from the gamma-ray binary PSR B1259-63/LS 2883
Iurii Sushch (DESY, Zeuthen)    [PDF]

(35'+10')

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Very High Energy Pulsars
Gregory Richards (Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta)    [PDF]

(25'+5')

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The population point of view on the evolution of TeV pulsar wind nebulae
Stefan Klepser (DESY, Zeuthen)    [PDF]


Afternoon Session: Dark Matter
17:00 - 20:00
Chairperson: Teresa Marrodán Undagoitia (MPI für Kerniphysik, Heidelberg)

(25'+5')

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Dark Matter searches at colliders: ATLAS
Christian Schmitt (University of Mainz)    [PDF]

(25'+5')

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Dark Matter searches at colliders: CMS
Adish Vartak (University of California San Diego)    [PDF]

(25'+5')

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Can dark matter annihilations explain the AMS-02 positron data?
Maxim Laletin (Université de Liège)    [PDF]

(25'+5')

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Dynamically constrained model of Galactic subhalos and impact on dark matter searches
Martin Stref (Laboratoire Univers et Particules de Montpellier)    [PDF]


 

   

Wednesday March 22nd


Morning Session: Gamma Rays
09:00 - 12:00

(25'+5')

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TeV Galactic Sources
Vincent Marandon (Max-Planck-Institut für Kernphysik, Heidelberg)    [PDF]

(25'+5')

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The Galactic Center region seen in very-high-energy gamma-rays
Emmanuel Moulin (CEA Saclay, Irfu/SPP)    [PDF]

(25'+5')

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Hard X-ray surveys with the INTEGRAL observatory
Alexander Lutovinov (Space Research Institute, Moscow)    [PDF]

(35'+10')

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Cherenkov Telescope Array Status Report
Salvatore Mangano (CIEMAT, Madrid)    [PDF]


Afternoon Session: Cosmic Rays
17:00 - 20:00

(35'+10')

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Highlights from the HAWC Observatory
Colas Rivière (University of Maryland, College Park)    [PDF]

(25'+5')

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Energy spectrum of cosmic rays measured with the Pierre Auger Observatory
Vladimir Novotny (IPNP, Charles University, Prague)    [PDF]

(35'+10')

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Latest results from the Telescope Array
Petr Tinyakov (University of Brussels)    [PDF]

(25'+5')

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Muon measurements and hadronic interactions at the Pierre Auger Observatory
Raul Sarmento (LIP, Lisbon)    [PDF]


 

   

Thursday March 23rd


Morning Session: Gamma Rays
09:00 - 12:00

(25'+5')

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Long term multi-wavelength variability studies of the blazar PKS 2155-304
Jill Chevalier (LAPP, Annecy)    [PDF]

(25'+5')

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Observing GRBs with the H.E.S.S. experiment
Tania Garrigoux (North-West University, South Africa)    [PDF]

(25'+5')

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Constraints on violation of Lorentz invariance from atmospheric showers initiated by multi-TeV photons
Petr Satunin (INR, Moscow)    [PDF]

(25'+5')

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The intergalactic EM cascade solution for the anomalies from gamma-ray blazar observations
Timur Dzhatdoev (Moscow State University)    [PDF]

(25'+5')

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Blazar Gamma-Ray Halos, the Weibel Instability and Limits on Intergalactic Magnetic Fields
Pranjal Trivedi (Hamburg Observatory)    [PDF]


Afternoon Session (1): Dark Matter
17:00 - 20:00

(25'+5')

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Polarization of photons emitted by decaying dark matter
Anna Tokareva (EPFL, Lausanne)    [PDF]

(25'+5')

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A unique probe of dark matter in the core of M87 with the Event Horizon Telescope
Thomas Lacroix (LUPM)    [PDF]

(25'+5')

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Search for dark matter signals with 10-year obsevations by H.E.S.S. towards the Galactic Centre
Lucia Rinchiuso (CEA Saclay, Irfu/SPP)    [PDF]

(25'+5')

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Generation of strong magnetic fields driven by the electroweak interaction between quarks and the problem of magnetars
Maxim Dvornikov (IZMIRAN, Troitsk)    [PDF]


 

   

Friday March 24th


Morning Session: Cosmic Rays
09:30 - 12:00

(35'+10')

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The role of cosmic ray propagation in constraining astrophysical and dark matter sources
Alessandro Cuoco (RWTH, Aachen)    [PDF]

(30'+5')

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A novel method for the absolute energy calibration of large-scale cosmic-ray detectors using radio emission of extensive air showers
Christian Glaser (RWTH Aachen University)    [PDF]

(30'+5')

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On UHECR Origin
Noemie Globus (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem)    [PDF]


Afternoon Session: Electroweak Conference Session: Neutrinos and Astroparticles
17:00 - 20:00

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Searching for heavy sterile neutrinos in kaons decays
Cédric Weiland (IPPP Durham University)

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New results from IceCube: sterile neutrinos search
JP de André (Michigan State University)

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Short baseline anomaly tests
Mikhail Danilov (NRNU MEPHI)

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Oscillations beyond the 3 neutrino hypothesis
Carlo Giunti (INFN Torino)

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New resulkts from Auger
Laura Valore (INFN Naples)

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New limits on neutrino magnetic moments
Omar Miranda (Cinvestav, Mexico)


 

   

Saturday March 25th


Closing Session: Summary talk
09:00 - 10:00
Chairperson: Jacques Dumarchez (LPNHE, Paris)

(45')

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Highlights of the VHEPU Conference
Tsvi Piran (Racah Institute for physics, Jerusalem)    [PDF]


 

   

Posters

 

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Chiral Tensor Particles in the Early Universe
Daniela Kirilova (Institute of Astronomy, Bulgarian Academy of Science)

 

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Modeling of the high-frequency variability of black holes in binary systems
Tatiana Larchenkova (PN Lebedev Physical Institute, Moscow )


 

 

Last modification 25/03/17 (jdz)