TeVPA Conference 2015

from Monday, 26 October 2015 (08:00) to Friday, 30 October 2015 (18:00)


        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
26 Oct 2015
27 Oct 2015
28 Oct 2015
29 Oct 2015
30 Oct 2015
AM
09:00
Registration (until 09:30) ()
09:30
Welcome & Information (until 10:00) (Room 5.6)
09:30 Welcome Address by Prof. Takaaki Kajita - Prof. Takaaki Kajita   (Room 5.6)
09:40 Opening Address of TeVPA by Dr. Gianfranco Bertone - Prof. Gianfranco Bertone (University of Amsterdam)   (Room 5.6)
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09:50 Welcome Address and Local Information - Prof. Masahiro Teshima   (Room 5.6)
10:00
Plenary Talks (until 10:30) (Room 5.6)
10:00 Invited Talk: High energy neutrino astrophysics - Dr Aya Ishihara (Chiba University)   (Room 5.6)
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10:30
Coffee break (until 11:00) ()
11:00
Plenary talks (until 12:30) (Room 5.6)
11:00 Invited talk: Direct measurements of cosmic-rays in GeV-TeV - Dr Sadakazu Haino (Institute of Physics, Acadmia Sinica, Taiwan)   (Room 5.6)
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11:30 Invited Talk: Recent cosmic-ray anomalies and their interpretation - Dr Antje Putze (LAPTH, Universite de Savoie)   (Room 5.6)
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12:00 Invited talk: Neutrino physics - Dr Masato Shiozawa (The University of Tokyo, Institute for Cosmic Ray Research, Kamioka Observatory)   (Room 5.6)
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09:30
Plenary Talks (until 10:30) ()
09:30 Invited Talk: The Galactic Gamma-ray sky - Dr Olaf Reimer (University of Innsbruck, Austria)   ()
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10:00 Invited Talk: The Extragalactic Gamma-ray sky - Dr Paolo Giommi (ASI Science Data Center, INAF, Italy)   ()
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10:30
Coffee break (until 11:00) ()
11:00
Plenary talks (until 12:30) ()
11:00 Invited Talk: Theories of VHE emission from pulsar magnetospheres - Dr Kouichi Hirotani (Academia Sinica, Taiwan)   ()
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11:30 Invited talk: Galactic Sources of Very High Energy Gamma-Ray Emission: Highlights from Ground-Based Experiments - Prof. Reshmi Mukherjee (Barnard College, Columbia University)   ()
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12:00 Invited Talk: Extragalactic Sources of Very High Energy Gamma-Ray Emission: Highlights from Imaging Atmospheric Cherenkov Telescopes - Dr Daniel Mazin (ICRR)   ()
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09:00
Excursion 1 (until 20:00) ()
09:00
Plenary Talks (until 10:30) ()
09:00 Invited talk: HAWC Results - Dr Andrew Smith (University of Maryland, College Park)   ()
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09:30 Invited Talk: Indirect DM searches - Dr Keith Bechtol (University of Wisconsin-Madison)   ()
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10:00 Invited Talk: Status of Direct dark Matter Search - Dr Bruno Serfass (University of California Berkeley)   ()
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10:30
Coffee break (until 11:00) ()
11:00
Plenary Talks (until 12:30) ()
11:00 Invited Talk: Future direct search for various types of dark matter - Shigetaka Moriyama (ICRR)   ()
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11:30 Invited talk: Results from the Telescope Array experiment, Hot spots and anisotropy - Dr Toshiyuki Nonaka (Institute for Cosmic Ray Reseach University of Tokyo)   ()
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12:00 Ultra High Energy Cosmic Rays at the Pierre AugerObservatory after 10 years : results and future - Mrs isabelle Lhenry-Yvon (Institut de Physique Nucléaire d'Orsay, CNRS/IN2P3)   ()
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08:45
Plenary Talks (until 10:15) ()
08:45 Invited Talk: Particle physics beyond Higgs - Dr Hitoshi Murayama (Institute for the Physics and Mathematics of the Universe, University of Tokyo)   ()
09:15 Invited Talk: Gravitational wave status of searches - Dr Samaya Nissanke (Radboud University, Nijmegen)   ()
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09:45 Invited Talk: Searching for sharp gamma-ray spectral features from dark matter annihilation - Dr Alejandro Ibarra (Technische Universität München)   ()
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10:15
Coffee break (until 10:45) ()
10:45
Plenary Talks (until 12:15) ()
10:45 Invited talk: Mapping dark matter in the Milky Way - Dr Miguel Pato (The Oskar Klein Centre for Cosmoparticle Physics, Stockholm University)   ()
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11:15 Invited talk: Status of the CALorimetric Electron Telescope on the International Space Station - Prof. Shoji Torii (Waseda University)   ()
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11:45 Invited Talk: Future of ground gamma-ray astrophysics - Prof. Masahiro Teshima   ()
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PM
12:30
Lunch break (until 14:00) ()
14:00
Dark Matter - Michele Doro (MPP-INFN) Shigetaka Moriyama (ICRR) (until 16:00) (Room 2)
14:17 Asymmetric dark matter and an antineutrino signal - Mr Hajime Fukuda (Kavli IPMU)   (Room 2)
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14:34 Charged Q-balls in gauge mediated SUSY breaking models - Mr Jeong-Pyong Hong (Institute for Cosmic Ray Research University of Tokyo)   (Room 2)
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14:51 Domain Wall Formation from Level Crossing in the Axiverse - Mr Ryuji Daido (Tohoku university)   (Room 2)
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15:08 A reconstruction scheme for f(T) gravity based on QCD ghost dark energy - Dr Surajit Chattopadhyay (Pailan College of Management and Technology, Kolkata)   (Room 2)
15:25 On muon->electron+photon and (g-2)_muon in Non-Sterile Electroweak Scale Right-Handed Neutrino Models - Prof. Tzu-Chiang Yuan (Institute of Physics, Academia Sinica, Taiwan)   (Room 2)
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15:42 Cartan's Supersymmetry and the Universe - Dr Sadataka Furui (Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Teikyo University)   (Room 2)
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14:00
Gamma-Ray Astrophysics -Dr Daniel Mazin (ICRR) Prof. Stefan Funk (Universität Erlangen) Dr mahaya Stefano Gabici (APC) (until 16:00) (Room 5.6)
14:00 Blazars as Cosmic-Ray Sources - Prof. Kohta Murase (Penn State University)   (Room 5.6)
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14:25 Recent observations of Active Galactic Nuclei with H.E.S.S. - Dr Robert Wagner (University of Stockholm)   (Room 5.6)
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14:45 MAGIC detection of the the most distant AGN observed in TeV, gravitationally lensed blazar B0218+357 - Prof. Dijana Dominis Prester (University of Rijeka / The University of Tokyo)   (Room 5.6)
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15:00 Resolving the blazar gamma-ray emission regions with gravitational microlensing - Dr Ievgen Vovk (Max Planck Institute for Physics)   (Room 5.6)
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15:15 MAGIC detection of very-high-energy gamma-ray emission from the z = 0.94 blazar PKS 1441+25 - Mr Miguel Nievas-Rosillo (Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Grupo de Altas Energías)   (Room 5.6)
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15:30 Particle acceleration and nonthermal emission from fast winds in active galactic nuclei - Dr Susumu Inoue (RIKEN)   (Room 5.6)
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15:45 Stochastic Particle Acceleration and Photon Emission in Blazars - Dr Katsuaki Asano   (Room 5.6)
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14:00
Neutrinos - Markus Ackermann (DESY) Shigeru Yoshida (Chiba University) (until 16:05) (Room 3.4)
14:00 KM3NeT: Neutrino astronomy and oscillation research in the Mediterranean Sea - Veronique Van Elewyck (APC)   (Room 3.4)
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14:20 The landscape of flavor composition of high-energy astrophysical neutrinos - Dr Mauricio Bustamante (Center for Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics, The Ohio State University)   (Room 3.4)
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14:40 Multi-Messenger Tests for the Origin of Cosmic High-Energy Neutrinos - Prof. Kohta Murase (Penn State University)   (Room 3.4)
15:00 Enhanced sensitivity to astrophysical neutrinos with a surface veto array above IceCube - Delia Tosi (University of Wisconsin - Madison and WIPAC)   (Room 3.4)
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15:15 Status and prospects for the Askaryan Radio Array (ARA) cosmogenic neutrino detector - Dr Michael DuVernois (University of Wisconsin-Madison)   (Room 3.4)
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15:30 Results of the ARAcalTA experiment: measurement of the coherent radio emission from an electron excess in ice. - Mr Romain Gaior (Chiba University)   (Room 3.4)
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15:45 TeV Gamma rays with ICAL-INO - Dr REETANJALI MOHARANA (University of Johannesburg)   (Room 3.4)
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16:00
Coffee break (until 16:30) ()
16:30
Cosmic Rays - Masahiro mteshima (until 18:50) (Room 3.4)
16:30 Energy spectrum measured by the Telescope Array experiment in 10^15.6 eV to 10^20.3 eV range - Dr Toshihiro FUJII (KICP University of Chicago, ICRR University of Tokyo)   (Room 3.4)
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16:50 Summary of UHECR Composition Measurements by the Telescope Array Experiment - Dr Daisuke Ikeda (Institute for Cosmic Ray Research, University of Tokyo)   (Room 3.4)
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17:10 TA Anisotropy Summary - Dr Eiji Kido (Institute for Cosmic Ray Research, University of Tokyo)   (Room 3.4)
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17:30 Overview and recent results of LHCf - Takashi Sako (Nagoya University)   (Room 3.4)
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17:50 Recent results from the Tibet ASγ experiment - Dr Takashi SAKO (Institute for Cosmic Ray Research, University of Tokyo)   (Room 3.4)
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18:10 Fast winds in active galactic nuclei as sources of ultra-high-energy cosmic rays - Dr Susumu Inoue (RIKEN)   (Room 3.4)
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18:30 The Possible Extragalactic Source of Ultra-High-Energy Cosmic Rays at the Telescope Array Hotspot - Dr Shigehiro Nagataki (RIKEN)   (Room 3.4)
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16:30
Dark Matter - Shigetaka Moriyama (ICRR) Michele Doro (MPP-INFN) (until 18:30) (Room 2)
16:30 New physics searches at the LHC: Where do we go with run II - Dr Osamu Jinnouchi (TokyoTech)   (Room 2)
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17:05 Scalar dark matter with colored partner - Dr Laura Lopez Honorez (Vrije Universiteit Brussel)   (Room 2)
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17:22 Searching for Singlet Majorana dark matter. - Dr YUE-LIN SMING TSAI (Kavli IPMU)   (Room 2)
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17:39 Electroweak physics and Dark Matter: colliders vs sky - Dr Filippo Sala (IPhT, CEA/Saclay)   (Room 2)
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17:56 Complementarity of direct detection and collider searches for Higgs portal DM - Prof. Pyugwon KO (KIAS)   (Room 2)
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16:30
Gamma-Ray Astrophysics - Stefano Gabici (APC) Dr Daniel Mazin (ICRR) Dr mahaya (until 19:00) (Room 5.6)
16:30 2FHL The second Catalog of Hard Fermi-LAT Sources - Dr Alberto Dominguez (Clemson University/UC Madrid)   (Room 5.6)
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16:55 MAGIC observations of the February 2014 flare of 1ES 1011+496 applied to the measurement of the Extragalactic Background Light density - Dr Abelardo Moralejo Olaizola (Institut de Físca d'Altes Energies, Barcelona)   (Room 5.6)
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17:13 Determination of the extragalactic background light spectral energy distribution with H.E.S.S. - Dr Fabian Schüssler (CEA-Saclay / Irfu)   (Room 5.6)
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17:28 Star-Jet Interactions and Gamma-Ray Flares - Dr Maxim Barkov (ABBL RIKEN)   (Room 5.6)
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17:43 Multi-band variability and correlation study of the extraordinary Mrk421 flare in April 2013 - Mr Francesco Borracci (Max Planck Institute for Physics (MAGIC Telescopes))   (Room 5.6)
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17:58 Spying on the next-door blazar Markarian 501 during multiple years - Dr Marlene Doert (Ruhr-Universität Bochum)   (Room 5.6)
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18:13 Separation of Electron, Proton and Gamma-ray induced Air Showers with Imaging Atmospheric Cherenkov Telescopes - Ms Tanya Edwards (Max-Planck-Institut für Kernphysik)   (Room 5.6)
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18:28 The ASTRI mini-array and its scientific prospects in the framework of the Cherenkov Telescope Array - Dr Saverio Lombardi (OAR-INAF, ASDC)   (Room 5.6)
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19:00
Welcome & Information (until 20:00) (Foyer 2)
12:30
Lunch break (until 14:00) ()
14:00
Cosmic Rays -Prof. Shoji Torii (Waseda University) Dr Carlos Delgado (CIEMAT) (until 16:00) (Room 3.4)
14:00 The knee of the proton spectrum - Dr Zhen Cao (IHEP, Chinese Academy of Sciences)   (Room 3.4)
14:20 The Large High Altitute Air Shower Observatory by Dr. H. He   (Room 3.4)
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14:40 Precision research of cosmic rays from space with PAMELA detector: Results and perspectives - Dr Marco Casolino (Riken)   (Room 3.4)
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15:00 The Electron Spectrum with MAGIC - Mrs Kathrin Mallot (DESY)   (Room 3.4)
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15:15 Cosmic-ray hardenings in the light of AMS-02 - Dr Yutaka Ohira (Aoyama Gakuin University)   (Room 3.4)
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15:30 Can we explain AMS-02 antiproton and positron excesses simultaneously? - Dr Kazunori Kohri (KEK)   (Room 3.4)
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15:45 Nonrelativistic shocks of young supernova remnants in kinetic simulations - Prof. Jacek Niemiec (Institute of Nuclear Physics Polish Academy of Sciences)   (Room 3.4)
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14:00
Dark Matter - Shigetaka Moriyama (ICRR) Michele Doro (MPP-INFN) (until 16:00) (Room 2)
14:00 Implications of simulated Milky Way-like haloes for dark matter direct detection - Nassim Bozorgnia (University of Amsterdam)   (Room 2)
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14:17 A New Method for Determining the Local Dark Matter Density - Mr Hamish Silverwood (GRAPPA, University of Amsterdam)   (Room 2)
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14:34 Distinguishing WIMP-nucleon interactions with directional dark matter experiments - Dr Bradley Kavanagh (IPhT - CEA/Saclay)   (Room 2)
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14:51 Prospects for dark matter discovery with inelastic transitions of xenon - Dr Christopher McCabe (University of Amsterdam)   (Room 2)
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15:08 Dark Matter Sensitivity of CALET - Dr Holger Motz (ICSEP Waseda University)   (Room 2)
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15:25 Test of Self-interacting dark matter and its thermal transport in the Sun - Dr Chian-Shu Chen (National Center for Theoretical Sciences)   (Room 2)
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15:42 The Extragalactic Radio Background from Dark Matter Annihilation and the ARCADE-2 Excess - Ke Fang (University of Chicago)   (Room 2)
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14:00
Gamma-Ray Astrophysics -Prof. Stefan Funk (Universität Erlangen) Stefano Gabici (APC) Dr Daniel Mazin (ICRR) Dr mahaya (until 16:00) (Room 5.6)
14:00 High-energy emission from Gamma-Ray Bursts - Dr Valerie Connaughton (USRA)   (Room 5.6)
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14:25 Pulsars and pulsar wind nebulae at high energies - Dr Roberta ZAnin (MPIK-Heidelberg)   (Room 5.6)
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14:50 Recent highlights of the MAGIC telescopes - Julian Sitarek (University of Lodz)   (Room 5.6)
15:13 Highlights from VERITAS studies of TeV astroparticle physics - Nahee Park (University of Chicago)   (Room 5.6)
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15:36 Highlights from the H.E.S.S. telescope array: gamma-ray astronomy from 20 GeV to hundreds of TeV's - Dr Aion Viana (Max-Planck-Institut für Kernphysik (MPIK))   (Room 5.6)
16:00
Coffee break (until 16:30) ()
16:30
Dark Matter - Shigetaka Moriyama (ICRR) Michele Doro (MPP-INFN) (until 18:46) (Room 2)
16:30 Strong support for a millisecond pulsar origin of the galactic center GeV excess - Mr Richard Bartels (University of Amsterdam, GRAPPA)   (Room 2)
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16:47 Towards a refined understanding of the Galactic Center excess - Dr Mauro Valli (SISSA)   (Room 2)
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17:04 Dark matter density profiles in dwarf satellites - Prof. Piero Ullio (SISSA)   (Room 2)
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17:21 Prospects on the indirect dark matter detection and a future spectroscopic survey of dwarf spheroidal galaxies - Mr Koji Ichikawa (Kavli IPMU)   (Room 2)
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17:38 Gamma-ray emission from the recently discovered dwarf galaxy Reticulum II - Prof. Savvas Koushiappas (Brown University)   (Room 2)
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17:55 Modelling the flux distribution function of the extragalactic gamma-ray background from dark matter annihilation - Mr Michael Feyereisen (University of Amsterdam)   (Room 2)
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18:12 The VERITAS Dark Matter and Astroparticle Program - Dr Ben Zitzer (McGill University)   (Room 2)
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18:29 Prospect for indirect Dark Matter searches with the Cherenkov Telescope Array - Dr Saverio Lombardi (OAR-INAF, ASDC)   (Room 2)
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16:30
Gamma-Ray Astrophysics -Dr mahaya Stefano Gabici (APC) Dr Daniel Mazin (ICRR) (until 18:45) (Room 5.6)
16:30 Particle acceleration observed in gamma-rays - Dr Rolf Buehler (DESY,)   (Room 5.6)
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16:55 Propagation of CR in the Galaxy with the DRAGON code - Dr Carmelo Evoli (GSSI, L'Aquila)   (Room 5.6)
17:20 Radial gradients in cosmic-ray transport: Implications for TeV gamma and neutrino astronomy. - Dr Daniele Gaggero (SISSA)   (Room 5.6)
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17:35 Multimessenger test of hadronic model for Fermi bubbles - Prof. Soebur Razzaque (University of Johannesburg)   (Room 5.6)
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17:50 The Fermi GeV excess: testing the point source interpretation - Dr Francesca Calore (University of Amsterdam)   (Room 5.6)
18:05 Natural model for the Fermi bubbles and Galactic haze - Dr Ilya Gurwich (NRCN & Weizmann Institute)   (Room 5.6)
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18:20 The very high energy gamma-ray diffuse emission in the Galactic Center region as seen by H.E.S.S - Dr Anne Lemière (APC, CNRS/Université Paris7, Paris France)   (Room 5.6)
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12:30
Photo session (until 12:45) ()
12:45
Lunch break (until 14:00) ()
14:00
Cosmic Rays - Masahiro mteshima (until 16:00) (Room 3.4)
14:00 Study of Ultra-High-Energy Cosmic Rays from space with K-EUSO detector: status and perspectives - Dr Marco Casolino (Riken)   (Room 3.4)
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14:20 The EUSO-TA telescope for observing UHECR - Dr Lech Piotrowsi (RIKEN)   (Room 3.4)
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14:40 The calibration of the photo-detector module of the EUSO telescope - Dr Yoshiya Kawasaki (RIKEN)   (Room 3.4)
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14:55 Lens manufacturing for the near future missions of ultra high energy cosmic rays - Dr Yoshiyuki Takizawa (RIKEN)   (Room 3.4)
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15:10 Radio Detection of Cosmic Rays - Dr Frank Schröder (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT))   (Room 3.4)
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15:30 Fluorescence detector Array of Single-pixel Telescopes (FAST) project - Dr Toshihiro FUJII (KICP University of Chicago, ICRR University of Tokyo)   (Room 3.4)
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15:45 Mini-EUSO: Measurement of the Earth's UV background emission from the ISS as a pathfinder for the JEM-EUSO mission - Dr Oscar Larsson (Riken)   (Room 3.4)
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14:00
Dark Matter - Michele Doro Shigetaka Moriyama (until 16:00) (Room 2)
14:00 Search for Event Rate Modulation in XENON100 Electronic Recoil Data - Mr Fei Gao (Shanghai Jiao Tong University)   (Room 2)
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14:17 Low-mass WIMP results and prospects with the EDELWEISS-III experiment - Dr Eric Armengaud (CEA Saclay)   (Room 2)
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14:34 The PandaX Dark Matter Experiment - Dr Xun Chen (Shanghai Jiao Tong University)   (Room 2)
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14:51 Dark matter search from DarkSide - Masayuki Wada (Princeton University)   (Room 2)
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15:08 Dark matter search using fiducial volume analysis in XMASS experiment - Mr Hiroshi Ogawa (ICRR, The Univ. of Tokyo)   (Room 2)
15:25 New Results from the CRESST Experiment - Dr Raimund Strauss (MPI für Physik München)   (Room 2)
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15:42 Dark Matter Direct Detection at the Ton Scale with the XENON Experiment - Dr Daniel Coderre (Albert Einstein Center for Fundamental Physics, University of Bern)   (Room 2)
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14:00
Gamma-Ray Astrophysics - Stefano Gabici (APC) Prof. Stefan Funk (Universität Erlangen) Dr mahaya Dr Daniel Mazin (ICRR) (until 16:05) (Room 5.6)
14:00 Galactic VHE gamma-ray astrophysics with H.E.S.S. - Dr Ryan Chaves (CNRS Montpellier)   (Room 5.6)
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14:20 Pulsations from the Vela Pulsar down to 20GeV with H.E.S.S. II - Bronislaw Rudak (Nicolaus Copernicus Astronomical Center, Warsaw)   (Room 5.6)
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14:35 The Galactic Center region imaged with MAGIC and variability searches during the G2 pericenter passage - Dr Christian Fruck (Max-Planck-Institut für Physik, München)   (Room 5.6)
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14:50 MAGIC VHE gamma-ray observations of transient and variable stellar objects - Daniela Hadasch   (Room 5.6)
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15:10 Multiwavelength properties of gamma-ray binary systems - Mr Dmitriy Khangulyan (Rikkyo University)   (Room 5.6)
15:30 Broadband Emission of Magnetar Wind Nebulae - Dr Shuta Tanaka (ICRR, The University of Tokyo)   (Room 5.6)
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15:50 H.E.S.S. multi-messenger and real-time follow-up observations - Dr Fabian Schüssler (CEA-Saclay / Irfu)   (Room 5.6)
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16:00
Coffee break (until 16:30) ()
16:30
Dark Matter -Prof. Shigeki Matsumoto (Kavli IPMU) ibe Dr Christoph Weniger (University of Amsterdam) Prof. Mihoko Nojiri Nojiri (KEK) (until 19:00) ()
16:30 The CR-WIMP connection in the Galaxy - Dr Carmelo Evoli (GSSI, L'Aquila)   ()
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17:05 Update on GAMBIT - Pat Scott, on behalf of the GAMBIT Collaboration (Imperial College London)   ()
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17:22 Update on scalar singlet dark matter from GAMBIT - Dr Christoph Weniger (University of Amsterdam)   ()
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17:39 The electron plus positron spectrum from annihilation of Kaluza-Klein dark matter and comparison with recent measurements - Mr Satoshi Tsuchida (Ritsumeikan University)   ()
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17:56 Higgs Portal Dark Matter and GeV Gamma-ray Excess - Dr Yong Tang (Korea Institute for Advanced Study)   ()
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18:13 Galactic Center excess by two Higgs doublet portal scalar dark matter - Osamu Seto (Hokkai-Gakuen University)   ()
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18:30 Gamma ray tests of Minimal Dark Matter - Dr Paolo Panci (Institut d'Astrophysique de Paris (IAP))   ()
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18:47 Radiative Higgs Lepton-Flavor-Violating Decay Mediated by Leptophlic Dark Matter - zhaofeng kang (KIAS)   ()
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16:30
Gamma-Ray Astrophysics -Dr Daniel Mazin (ICRR) Stefano Gabici (APC) Dr mahaya Prof. Stefan Funk (Universität Erlangen) (until 19:00) (Room 5.6)
16:30 X-ray and Gamma-ray Study of Supernova Remnants - Dr Yasunobu Uchiyama (Rikkyo University)   (Room 5.6)
16:55 Gamma-ray emission from the Galactic center and implications of its past activities - Prof. Yutaka Fujita (Osaka University)   (Room 5.6)
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17:15 Testing the Millisecond Pulsar Scenario of the Galactic Center Gamma-Ray Excess With Very High Energy Gamma-Rays - Dr Kunihito Ioka (KEK)   (Room 5.6)
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17:35 Gamma-ray production in millisecond pulsar binary systems - Prof. Wlodek Bednarek (University of Lodz)   (Room 5.6)
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17:55 The Mopra Southern Galactic Plane Molecular Gas Survey - why the CTA needs it - Prof. Michael Burton (University of New South Wales)   (Room 5.6)
18:10 Extending Fermi-LAT discoveries: Compton-Pair Production Space Telescope (ComPair) for MeV Gamma-ray Astronomy - Dr Jeremy Perkins (NASA/GSFC)   (Room 5.6)
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18:25 High performance MeV-GeV gamma-ray astronomy with a time projection chamber - Prof. Denis Bernard (LLR, Ecole Polytechnique & CNRS/IN2P3.)   (Room 5.6)
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18:40 The impact of the Calorimeter-only photons in the Fermi-LAT analysis of VHE sources - Mr Mitsunari Takahashi (ICRR)   (Room 5.6)
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16:30
Neutrinos - Shigeru Yoshida (Chiba University) Markus Ackermann (DESY) (until 18:55) (Room 3.4)
16:30 Observations of the diffuse astrophysical neutrino flux with IceCube - Dr Jakob van Santen (DESY Zeuthen)   (Room 3.4)
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16:50 Recent results from the ANTARES deep-sea neutrino telescope - Mr Rodrigo Gracia Ruiz (APC)   (Room 3.4)
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17:10 IceCube Cosmic Neutrino events from Star-forming galaxies. - Dr REETANJALI MOHARANA (University of Johannesburg)   (Room 3.4)
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17:25 A measurement of the diffuse astrophysical muon neutrino flux using six years of IceCube data - Mr Sebastian Schoenen (RWTH Aachen, 3. Physikalisches Institut B)   (Room 3.4)
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17:40 Neutrino Flavor Ratios Modified by Cosmic Ray Secondary-acceleration - Dr Norita Kawanaka (The University of Tokyo)   (Room 3.4)
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17:55 High-energy Particle Emission and Cumulative Background from Low-Luminosity Active Galactic Nuclei - Dr Shigeo KIMURA (Tohoku University)   (Room 3.4)
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18:10 High-Energy Neutrinos from Fast-spinning Newborn Pulsars - Ke Fang (University of Chicago)   (Room 3.4)
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18:25 Searches for high energy neutrinos and gravitational waves: recent results in data from the LIGO and Virgo detectors and expectations for the Advanced Detector Era - Dr Di Palma Irene (University of Rome, "La Sapienza")   (Room 3.4)
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19:30
Conference Dinner (until 22:00) (Oak Village Restaurant)
12:15
Lunch break (until 13:45) ()
13:45
Plenary Talks (until 14:15) ()
13:45 Invited talk: Next Steps in Experimental High-energy Neutrino Astrophysics - Dr John Kelley (University of Wisconsin)   ()
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14:15
Closing Cermony (until 15:00) ()
14:15 Summary & Conclusion - Dr Alex Kusenko (UCLA Physics & Astronomy)   ()
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15:00
Closing Cermony -Prof. Masahiro Teshima (ICRR, the University of Tokyo) (until 15:30) ()