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for the plenary workshop sessions in Astrophysical Messengers.

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Monday – Sep 5, 2011
11:50 – 12:25 Astrophysical Messengers I
Plenary Session (Festsaal) – Chair: Takaaki Kajita
11:50
(25' + 10')
Antimatter in space slides Bruna Bertucci (Università degli Studi di Perugia and INFN)
Thursday – Sep 8, 2011
09:00 – 10:45 Astrophysical Messengers II
Plenary Session (Festsaal) – Chair: David Sinclair
09:00
(25' + 10')
Novel results on low energy neutrino physics slides Gianpaolo Bellini (Università and INFN Milano)
09:35
(25' + 10')
Diffuse supernova neutrino background (DSNB) slides John Beacom (Ohio State University)
10:10
(25' + 10')
Future underground large detectors: Prospects and physics case slides Kate Scholberg (Duke University)
11:15 – 13:00 Astrophysical Messengers III
Plenary Session (Festsaal) – Chair: Christian Spiering
11:15
(25' + 10')
The sources of highest energy cosmic rays and neutrinos Eli Waxman (Weizmann Institute)
11:50
(25' + 10')
Cosmic rays at the highest energies slides Angela Olinto (University of Chicago)
12:25
(25' + 10')
High energy neutrino astronomy slides Teresa Montaruli (University of Wisconsin - Madison)
Friday – Sep 9, 2011
09:35 – 10:45 Astrophysical Messengers IV
Plenary Session (Festsaal) – Chair: Barbara De Lotto
09:35
(25' + 10')
Gamma rays: Review of observations slides David Paneque (MPI für Physik)
10:10
(25' + 10')
Gamma-rays: Physics interpretation slides Felix Aharonian (DIAS Dublin)
11:15 – 12:25 Astrophysical Messengers V
Plenary Session (Festsaal) – Chair: Eugenio Coccia
11:15
(25' + 10')
Gravitational waves: Astronomy and astrophysics with gravitational waves in the advanced detector era slides Alan Weinstein (Caltech)
11:50
(25' + 10')
Gravitational waves: Current and future experimental overview slides Kazuaki Kuroda (ICRR Tokyo)
Updated 10 August 2014
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