Cosmic Ray Anisotropy Workshop CRA2019

from Monday, 7 October 2019 (09:00) to Friday, 11 October 2019 (15:20)
GSSI (Ex-ISEF-Building-Main Lecture Hall)

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
7 Oct 2019
8 Oct 2019
9 Oct 2019
10 Oct 2019
11 Oct 2019
09:00 Opening talks   (Ex-ISEF-Building-Main Lecture Hall)
09:40 Recent Advances in (Galactic) Cosmic Ray Observations - Prof. Ivan De Mitri (Gran Sasso Science Institute (GSSI) and INFN)   (Ex-ISEF-Building-Main Lecture Hall)
10:20 --- Coffee break ---
11:00 Cosmic Ray Anisotropies with space-based detectors - Miguel Angelo Velasco (CIEMAT)   (Ex-ISEF-Building-Main Lecture Hall)
11:40 Anisotropy of ultra-high energy cosmic rays - Olivier Deligny (Institut de Physique Nucléaire d'Orsay)   (Ex-ISEF-Building-Main Lecture Hall)
09:00 Anisotropies in the flux of cosmic ray leptons - Fiorenza Donato (University of Turin )   (Ex-ISEF-Building-Main Lecture Hall)
09:40 On Cosmic Ray transport in the magnetized Interstellar Medium: a bias towards microphysics. - Alexandre Marcowith (Universite Montpellier)   (Ex-ISEF-Building-Main Lecture Hall)
10:20 --- Coffee break ---
11:00 Cosmic ray propagation in the Galaxy: the role of self-confinement - Giovanni Morlino (Gran Sasso Science Institute)   (Ex-ISEF-Building-Main Lecture Hall)
11:40 --- Waiting for the Nobel Prize in Physics announcement ---
09:00 What can the cosmic ray composition tell us about the acceleration site - Nikos Prantzos (IAP)   (Ex-ISEF-Building-Main Lecture Hall)
09:40 Recent Cosmic Ray Observations from Voyagers 1 and 2 - Alan Cummings (Caltech, Pasadena US)   (Ex-ISEF-Building-Main Lecture Hall)
10:20 --- Coffee break ---
11:00 Solar Wind Interaction with the Local Interstellar Medium: Consequences for Cosmic Ray Propagation - Prof. Nikolai Pogorelov (Department of Space Science, University of Alabama in Huntsville)   (Ex-ISEF-Building-Main Lecture Hall)
11:40 Global Anisotropies in TeV Cosmic Rays Related to the Sun’s Local Galactic Environment from IBEX - Dr Nathan Schwadron (University of New Hampshire, Princeton University)   (Ex-ISEF-Building-Main Lecture Hall)
09:00 Observation and Interpretation of Small-Scale Cosmic-Ray Anisotropies - Markus Ahlers (Niels Bohr Institute)   (Ex-ISEF-Building-Main Lecture Hall)
09:40 Cosmic ray small-scale anisotropies in quasi-linear theory - Philipp Mertsch (RWTH Aachen University)   (Ex-ISEF-Building-Main Lecture Hall)
10:20 --- Coffee break ---
11:00 MHD turbulence effects on energetic particle transport and acceleration - William Matthaeus (University of Delaware)   (Ex-ISEF-Building-Main Lecture Hall)
11:40 Cosmic-Ray Anisotropy and Extended Gamma-Ray Emissions as Probes of Cosmic-Ray Transport - Dr Gwenael Giacinti (MPIK Heidelberg)   (Ex-ISEF-Building-Main Lecture Hall)
09:00 The origin of the ultra-high energy cosmic-ray dipole - Noemie Globus (New York University/Flatiron Institute)   (Ex-ISEF-Building-Main Lecture Hall)
09:40 Local sources, the Local Bubble and the CR anisotropy - Michael Kachelriess (NTNU)   (Ex-ISEF-Building-Main Lecture Hall)
10:20 --- Coffee break ---
11:00 Time-dependent models for cosmic ray propagation - Igor Moskalenko (Stanford)   (Ex-ISEF-Building-Main Lecture Hall)
11:40 Discussion   (Ex-ISEF-Building-Main Lecture Hall)
12:20 Full-Sky Cosmic-Ray Anisotropy with HAWC and IceCube - Juan Carlos Díaz Vélez (University of Wisconsin-Madison)   (Ex-ISEF-Building-Main Lecture Hall)
13:00 --- Lunch break ---
14:30 Anisotropy results from Telescope Array - Petr Tiniakov (Universite Libre de Bruxelles)   (Ex-ISEF-Building-Main Lecture Hall)
15:00 Constraining astrophysical models by using the energy spectrum and mass composition data measured at the Pierre Auger Observatory - Eleonora Guido (INFN Sezione Torino)   (Ex-ISEF-Building-Main Lecture Hall)
15:30 --- Coffee break ---
16:00 Anisotropy Searches with DAMPE - Mikhail Stolpovskiy (University of Geneva)   (Ex-ISEF-Building-Main Lecture Hall)
16:30 Studies of a possible large-scale anisotropy of UHECRs with future orbital detectors - Mikhail Zotov   (Ex-ISEF-Building-Main Lecture Hall)
12:00 Particle escape in middle-aged SNRs - Silvia Celli   (Ex-ISEF-Building-Main Lecture Hall)
12:30 Discussion   (Ex-ISEF-Building-Main Lecture Hall)
13:00 --- Lunch break ---
14:30 Recent results from the Tibet ASgamma experiment and related topics - Dr Masato TAKITA (ICRR, the University of Tokyo)   (Ex-ISEF-Building-Main Lecture Hall)
15:00 Diffusive shock reacceleration at Supernova remnant shocks - Dr Pierre Cristofari (GSSI)   (Ex-ISEF-Building-Main Lecture Hall)
15:30 --- Coffee break ---
16:00 Using Machine Learning to Interpret Arrival Directions of Ultra-high-energy Cosmic Rays - Oleg Kalashev (Institute for Nuclear Research RAS, Moscow, Russia)   (Ex-ISEF-Building-Main Lecture Hall)
16:30 Cosmic ray anisotropy study by means of muon bundles - Dr Mikhail Amelchakov (National Research Nuclear University MEPhI (Moscow Engineering Physics Institute))   (Ex-ISEF-Building-Main Lecture Hall)
17:30 --- L'Aquila guided tour ---
12:20 The true anisotropy of TeV cosmic rays in the local interstellar medium - Prof. Ming Zhang (Florida Institute of Technology)   (Ex-ISEF-Building-Main Lecture Hall)
13:00 --- Lunch break ---
14:30 Magnetic fields in the Milky Way - Ferrière Katia (Observatoire Midi-Pyrenées, Toulouse (France))   (Ex-ISEF-Building-Main Lecture Hall)
15:10 Relativistic charged particle diffusion in turbulent fields: synthetic vs dynamically-generated fields - Oreste Pezzi (GSSI)   (Ex-ISEF-Building-Main Lecture Hall)
15:40 --- Coffee break ---
16:10 Anisotropy Variability Induced by the Chaotic Behavior of Cosmic Rays in Magnetic Bottles. - Vanessa Lopez-Barquero (University of Wisconsin-Madison)   (Ex-ISEF-Building-Main Lecture Hall)
16:40 Recent progress in solar modulation modelling in light of new cosmic-ray data from AMS-02 - Dr Behrouz Khiali (INFN, Sez. di Tor Vergata, SSDC-ASI)   (Ex-ISEF-Building-Main Lecture Hall)
17:10 Telescope Array search for EeV photons - Mikhail Kuznetsov (ULB & INR RAS)   (Ex-ISEF-Building-Main Lecture Hall)
12:20 Modelling interstellar turbulence with anisotropy studies: options and difficulties - Martin Pohl   (Ex-ISEF-Building-Main Lecture Hall)
13:00 --- Lunch break ---
14:30 Unveil the origin of cosmic-ray leptons within a coherent multi-channel propagation scenario - Mr Ottavio Fornieri (University of Siena/IFT Madrid)   (Ex-ISEF-Building-Main Lecture Hall)
15:00 Detection of a gamma-ray halo around Geminga with the Fermi-LAT and implications for the positron flux - Silvia Manconi   (Ex-ISEF-Building-Main Lecture Hall)
15:30 --- Coffee break ---
16:00 Surveying the Interstellar Magnetic Field within 40 parsecs with Polarized Starlight - Priscilla C. Frisch (University of Chicago)   (Ex-ISEF-Building-Main Lecture Hall)
16:40 Expected arrival-direction correlations between ultra-high-energy cosmic rays and high-energy neutrinos - Arjen van Vliet (DESY Zeuthen)   (Ex-ISEF-Building-Main Lecture Hall)
17:10 Effects of the Galactic magnetic field on the spectrum, composition and arrival direction of cosmic rays - Alex Kääpä (University of Wuppertal)   (Ex-ISEF-Building-Main Lecture Hall)
13:00 --- Lunch break ---
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