CONFERENCE PROGRAM




The program is presently under construction.
It will consist of plenary talks, both review and contribution talks.

Contributions are welcome: abstracts submitted on this web site will be selected by the scientific committee.

A. High Energy Cosmic Rays

  • Anisotropy in the cosmic ray arrival directions
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  • Propagation of Galactic cosmic rays
  • The nuclear mass composition of UHECR
  • Energy spectra of electrons and positrons produced in supernova remnants
  • LHC results and High Energy Cosmic Ray Interactions models
  • AUGER / TA / KASCADE-Grande / AMS-02 / PAMELA / results
  • Radio / Acoustic detection technics

B. Gamma-ray Astronomy

  • Particle acceleration and nonthermal radiation supernova remnants
  • High energy emission of pulsars
  • Universe's transparency to gamma-rays
  • Photons axions and the transparency of the universe
  • Fundamental physics with very high energy cosmic photons
  • Pulsar Wind Nebulae
  • Supernovae remnants
  • SNR and molecular clouds
  • gamma ray extragalactic diffuse emission
  • gamma ray from extragalactic sources
  • Fermi / HESS / MAGIC / VERITAS / MILAGRO-HAWC results
  • Future projects: CTA

C. Gamma Ray Bursts

  • Fermi / Swift results
  • Tidal disruption effects
  • Photospheric emission in GRBs
  • GRBs and gravitational waves
  • photospheric emissions of neutron stars
  • Intermediate mass black holes
  • Magnetars, quarkstars

D. Dark Matter: direct and indirect detection

  • DM candidates: phenomenology
  • Direct searches: bolometers
  • Direct searches: noble liquids
  • Indirect searches: from ground detectors
  • Indirect searches: from space detectors
  • DM searches at colliders
  • Directional Dark Matter Detection
  • XENON / XMASS / LUX / DarkSide / EDELWEISS / MIMAC results
  • Fermi / HESS / MAGIC / VERITAS / IceCube / ANTARES results

E. Neutrino Astronomy

  • IceCube / ANTARES / Auger resutls
  • Neutrino detectors and multimessenger searches
  • Diffuse neutrino flux

F. Lorentz Invariance

    tests with

  • GRBs
  • Neutrinos
  • Gammas
  • UHECRs