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KITP Conference: Supernova and Gamma-Ray Burst Remnants (Feb 6-10, 2006)
Coordinators: Roger Chevalier, Una Hwang, Martin Laming

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Monday, February 06, 2006

Morning Session Chair: Chris Fryer

8:50am Martin Einhorn
(KITP Deputy Director)
Welcome [Podcast][Aud][Cam]
9:00am Shrinivas Kulkarni
(Caltech)
GRB Observations and the SN Connection [Podcast][Aud][Cam]
9:40am John P. Hughes
(Rutgers)
Review of X-Ray Observations of Core Collapse SNRs [Podcast][Aud][Cam]
10:20am MORNING BREAK
10:50am Daniel Proga
(UNLV)
Making a GRB Jet[Slides][Podcast][Aud][Cam]
11:30am Weiqun Zhang
(KIPAC/SLAC)
GRB Jet Propagation Inside a Star[Slides][Podcast][Vid][Aud][Cam]
12:10pm Jonathan Granot
(KIPAC/SLAC)
GRB Jet Propagation Outside the Progenitor[Slides][Podcast][Aud][Cam]
12:50pm LUNCH BREAK

Afternoon Session Chair: Paolo Mazzali

2:20pm Lifan Wang
(LBNL)
Polarization Observations of Core Collapse Supernovae [Slides][Podcast][Aud][Cam]
3:00pm Robert Fesen
(Dartmouth)
High-Velocity Jets in Core-Collapse SNRs[Slides][Podcast][Aud][Cam]
3:40pm AFTERNOON BREAK
4:10pm James Reeves
(GSFC)
Evidence for Lines in GRB Afterglows, and Prospects[Slides][Podcast][Aud][Cam]
4:50pm Masao Sako
(KIPAC/SLAC)
Discrete X-ray Spectral Features in Gamma-ray Burst Afterglows[Slides][Podcast][Aud][Cam]
5:30pm SHUTTLE TO BWSCI


Tuesday, February 07, 2006

Morning Session Chair: Thierry Foglizzo

9:00am John Blondin
(North Carolina)
The Instability of Standing Accretion Shocks[Slides][Podcast][Aud][Cam]
9:40am Thomas Janka
(MPA, Garching)
Asymmetric Supernovae[Slides][Podcast][Aud][Cam]
10:20am MORNING BREAK
10:50am Roger Romani
(Stanford)
Pulsar Kicks and Spins[Podcast][Aud][Cam]
11:30am Aimee Hungerford
(LANL)
Nucleosynthesis in Asymmetric SNe[Podcast][Aud][Cam]
12:10pm Martin Laming
(NRL)
Jets and Asymmetries in the Cas A SNR[Slides][Podcast][Aud][Cam]
12:50pm LUNCH BREAK

Afternoon Session Chair: Elena Pian

2:20pm David Burrows
(Penn State)
Recent Swift Results on GRB Afterglows[Podcast][Aud][Cam]
3:00pm Alicia Soderberg
(Caltech)
Recent Radio Results on GRB Afterglows[Slides][Podcast][Aud][Cam]
3:40pm AFTERNOON BREAK
4:10pm Vikram Dwarkadas
(Univ. of Chicago)
SNe and GRB Evolution in the Winds of Massive Stars
[Oral Contribution][Podcast][Aud][Cam]
4:35pm Stefan Immler
(GSFC/NASA/USRA)
X-Ray Emission from Supernovae in the SWIFT, Chandra and XMM-Newton Era [Oral Contribution][Slides][Podcast][Aud][Cam]
5:00pm Manfred Pakull
(France)
ULX Bubbles: Energetic Hypernova Remnants or Jet Inflated Nebulae ?
[Oral Contribution][Slides][Podcast][Aud][Cam]
5:20pm Schuyler D. Van Dyk
(Caltech)
Identifying the Progenitors of Core-Collapse Supernovae
[Oral Contribution][Slides][Podcast][Aud][Cam]
5:30pm WINE AND CHEESE RECEPTION
6:00pm SPECIAL EVENTS DINNER
8:00pm SHUTTLE TO BWSCI


Wednesday, February 08, 2006

Morning Session Chair: Dick McCray

9:00am Kurt Weiler
(NRL)
Observations of Radio SNe[Slides][Podcast][Aud][Cam]
9:40am Roger Chevalier
(UVA)
Mass Loss Environment of Long GRBs and Core Collapse SNe[Slides][Podcast][Aud][Cam]
10:20am MORNING BREAK
10:50am Pawan Kumar
(Univ. Texas)
GRB Environment Deduced from Afterglow Emission[Slides][Podcast][Aud][Cam]
11:30am Claes Fransson
(Stockholm Obs.)
Shock physics in Type II SNe [Slides][Podcast][Aud][Cam]
12:10pm Ken'ichi Nomoto
(Tokyo)
The Unique Type Ib Supernova 2005bf and Aspherical Explosions[Slides][Podcast][Aud][Cam]
12:30pm Norbert Langer
(Utrecht Univ.)
Evolution of the Circumstellar Medium around a Gamma-Ray Burst Progenitor [Podcast][Aud][Cam]
12:50pm LUNCH BREAK
2:30pm AFTERNOON FREE Shuttle Available to BWSCI


Thursday, February 09, 2006

Morning Session Chair: Peter Mészáros

9:00am Felix Aharonian
(MPI, Heidelberg)
Very High Energy Emissions from SNRs[Slides][Podcast][Aud][Cam]
9:40am Charles Dermer
(NRL)
Very High Energy Emission from GRBs[Slides][Podcast][Aud][Cam]
10:20am MORNING BREAK
10:50am John Kirk
(MPI, Heidelberg)
Particle Acceleration in Relativistic Shocks[Slides][Podcast][Aud][Cam]
11:30am Mikhail Medvedev
(Univ. Kansas)
Physics of Collisionless Shocks in SN and GRBs: Weibel Instability[Slides][Podcast][Aud][Cam]
12:10pm Matthew Baring
(Rice Univ.)
Electron Heating and Acceleration in Gamma-Ray Bursts[Slides][Podcast][Aud][Cam]
12:50pm LUNCH BREAK

Afternoon Session Chair: Bob Bingham

2:20pm Parviz Ghavamian
(JHU)
Using Optical and UV Spectra of Young Supernova Remnants to Study the Physics of Collisionless Shocks[Slides][Podcast][Aud][Cam]
3:00pm Sandra Chapman
(Univ. of Warwick)
Kinetic Simulations of SNR Shocks- Prospects for Particle Acceleration[Slides][Podcast][Aud][Cam]
3:40pm AFTERNOON BREAK
4:10pm Jacco Vink
(SRON)
X-Ray Synchrotron Emission and Magnetic Fields in SNRs[Slides][Podcast][Aud][Cam]
4:50pm Donald Ellison
(North Carolina)
Physics of Shocks with Strong Cosmic Ray Acceleration[Slides][Podcast][Aud][Cam]
5:30pm WINE AND CHEESE RECEPTION
6:00pm SPECIAL EVENTS DINNER
8:00pm SHUTTLE TO BWSCI


Friday, February 10, 2006

Morning Session Chair: Una Hwang

9:00am Adam Burrows
(Univ. of Arizona)
Recent Theoretical Results on Core-Collapse SNe[Slides][Podcast][Aud][Cam]
9:40am Patrick Young
(LANL)
The Progenitor of Cas A[Slides][Podcast][Aud][Cam]
10:20am MORNING BREAK
10:50am Carlos Badenes
(Rutgers)
How to Build a Time Machine: Interfacing Hydrodynamics, Ionization Calculations and X-ray Spectral Codes for Supernova Remnants[Slides][Podcast][Aud][Cam]
11:30am Jessica Warren
(Rutgers)
A Principal Component Analysis Technique Applied to Cas A[Slides][Podcast][Aud][Cam]
12:10pm Tracey DeLaney
(Harvard-Smithsonian CfA)
Spectacular Results from Recent Spitzer Observations of Cassiopeia A[Slides][Podcast][Aud][Cam]
12:50pm LUNCH BREAK

Afternoon Session Chair: Una Hwang

2:20pm Cara Rakowski
(Harvard-Smithsonian CfA)
X-ray Observations of Electron Heating at SNR Shocks[Slides][Podcast][Aud][Cam]
3:00pm Glenn Allen
(MIT)
Arcsecond-Scale Spectroscopy of Cas A and the Implications for Cosmic-Ray Acceleration[Slides][Podcast][Aud][Cam]
3:40pm CONFERENCE END
4:00pm SHUTTLE TO BWSCI

*Talks for Invited Speakers are 40 minutes which will be 25 mins Talk + 15 min Discussion.

ABSTRACTS/POSTER PRESENTATIONS

M. Bagchi, J. Staff, R. Oyed, S. Ray, M. Dey, J. Dey
(India)
Explanation of GRB and Early Afterglows as Quark-Nova Phenomenon
Arnon Dar
(Israel)
The SN-GRB-Cosmic Ray Connection
Lazendic, Dewey, Schulz, & Canizares HETGS Observation of SNR Cas A: Looking at the trees in the forest[Slides]
Poonam Chandra
(India)
Chandra Observation of a Type IIN Supernova 1995N[Slides]
Ko Nakamura
(Tokyo)
Yana Tikhomirova
(Moscow)
New Soft BATSE GRBs and Spectra of X-Ray Rich Bursts
Mastichiadis & Kazanas (Greece & NASA/GSFC) The Supercritical Pile Model for GRBs
Ennis, Rudnick, Reach, Smith, Rho, DeLaney, Kozasa & Gomez Spitzer IRAC Observations of Cassiopeia A[Slides]
Modjaz, Kirshner, Hicken, Challis, Wood-Vasey & Matheson Optical Observations of Type Ib and Ic Supernovae
Pannuti, Schlegel & Lacey A Chandra Search for X-ray Counterparts to Supernova Remnants in Nearby Galaxies
Plucinsky, Gaetz, Edgar, Sasaki Large Ejecta Fragments in Evolved SNRs
Stockdale, Kaster, Kelley, Panagia, Sramek, Van Dyk, Weiler, & Williams Recent Type II Radio Supernovae
Tamagawa, Tashiro, Urata, Abe, Onda, Usui, Azuma, Kuwahara Ultra Wide-Field Telescope WIDGET for Observing GRBs and SNe
Tashiro and the Suzaku HXD-II team Suzaku Wideband All-sky Monitor Observations of GRB Prompt Emissions
Urata, Huang, Ip, Hu, Qiu, Kuo, Tamagawa, Tashiro, Onda, EAFON team A common feature of long GRB early afterglow
A-J van Marle, N Langer, S-C Yoon, G Garcia-Segura Evolution of the Circumstellar Medium around a Gamma-Ray Burst Progenitor
K. Maeda, et al. An Asymmetric Hypernova (SN 2003jd) Viewed Off-Axis, and a Link to Gamma-Ray Bursts
A. Meszaros, Z. Bagoly, L.G. Balazs, I. Horvath Redshifts of the Gamma-Ray Bursts and the Star Formation Rate
Z. Bagoly, A. Meszaros, L.G. Balazs, I. Horvath, S. Klose, S. Larsson, P. Meszaros, F. Ryde, G. Tusn A Statistical Study of the Redshifts of Long Gamma-Ray Bursts
P. Veres, I. Horvath, A. Meszaros, Z. Bagoly, L.G. Balazs, F. Ryde, G. Tusnady Determining Number of Parameters to Describe GRB Spectra Using BATSE MER Data
A. Vladimirov & D. Ellison Models of Non-linear Amplification of Magnetic Field in SNR Shocks
Peter Hoeflich
(Univ. Texas)
X- and gamma-ray Burst Signatures of Thermonuclear Supernovae
Ken-ichi Nishikawa
(NSSTC)
Particle Acceleration in Jets[Slides]
Bingham, Mendoca, H-T Wang Photon Energy Upshift by Gravitational Waves a Possible Source of X-ray Bursts
K. Torii, K. Hasuike, H. Tsunemi The Automated Response Telescope for Gamma-Ray Burst Afterglows
M.A. Malkov, P.H. Diamond, R.Z. Sagdeev CR radiation spectra in SNR shocks near molecular clouds and other ISM environments: The case of SNR RX J1713.7-3946
P.H. Diamond and M.A. Malkov (UCSD) Particle Acceleration and Magnetic Field Generation in SNR Shocks
R Bingham, L.O.Silva, J T Mendonca, P.K.Shukla, A Serbeto High Energy Density Laboratory Astrophysics
B J Kellett, R Bingham, P Bryans, M Torney, H Summers, V Shapiro, DS Spicer A Plasma Mechanism explaining the Asymmetric X-ray Emission from the Supernova

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