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for the parallel workshop sessions in Astrophysical Messengers (Neutrinos, Gamma-Rays, Cosmic Rays).

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Monday – Sep 5, 2011
14:30 – 16:10 Astrophysical Messengers W1 – Cosmic rays
Parallel Session (Millerzimmer) – Chair: Pierre Sokolsky
14:30
(15' + 5')
Anisotropy studies with the Pierre Auger Observatory slides Carla Macolino (LPNHE - Paris)
14:50
(15' + 5')
The nuclear mass composition of UHECR with the Pierre Auger Observatory slides Lorenzo Cazon Boado (LIP)
15:10
(15' + 5')
Determination of hadronic interaction characteristics with the Pierre Auger Observatory slides Ralf Ulrich (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)
15:30
(15' + 5')
Search for the nuclei sources in the ultra-high energy cosmic ray data slides Dmitri Semikoz (APC)
15:50
(15' + 5')
Enhancements to the Southern Pierre Auger Observatory slides Hans Klages (KIT Karlsruhe)
16:50 – 18:50 Astrophysical Messengers W2 – Cosmic rays
Parallel Session (Millerzimmer) – Chair: Marek Kowalski
16:50
(15' + 5')
Recent results from Telescope Array slides Daisuke Ikeda (Institute for Cosmic Ray Research, University of Tokyo)
17:10
(15' + 5')
Lorentz invariance violation and chemical composition of ultra high energy cosmic rays slides Luca Maccione (DESY)
17:30
(15' + 5')
Future projects at Telescope Array slides Pierre Sokolsky (University of Utah)
17:50
(15' + 5')
Cosmic ray anisotropies observed by the ARGO-YBJ experiment slides Giuseppe Di Sciascio (INFN - Sezione Roma Tor Vergata)
18:10
(15' + 5')
The JEM-EUSO mission slides Marco Ricci (INFN Laboratori Nazionali Frascati)
18:30
(15' + 5')
UHECR spectra composition and maps by lightest nuclei from nearest universe Daniele Fargion (Physics Department and INFN)
Tuesday – Sep 6, 2011
14:30 – 16:10 Astrophysical Messengers W3
Parallel Session (Millerzimmer) – Chair: Hans Klages
14:30
(15' + 5')
Density imaging of volcanoes with atmospheric muons slides Felix Fehr (LPC Clermont-Ferrand)
14:50
(15' + 5')
Main results of the PAMELA space experiment after 5 years in orbit slides Marco Ricci (INFN Laboratori Nazionali Frascati)
15:10
(15' + 5')
Restrictions on cosmogenic neutrinos and UHECR from Fermi 3 years data slides Oleg Kalashev (Institute for Nuclear Research RAS)
15:30
(15' + 5')
The first year IceCube-DeepCore results slides Chang Hyon Ha (Penn State University)
15:50
(15' + 5')
Recent results of the ANTARES neutrino telescope slides Juan Jose Hernandez-Rey (IFIC-Instituto de Fisica Corpuscular)
16:50 – 18:30 Astrophysical Messengers W4
Parallel Session (Millerzimmer) – Chair: Marco Roncadelli
16:50
(15' + 5')
Neutrino spectra and flavor composition on the Hillas plot slides Walter Winter (Universität Würzburg)
17:10
(15' + 5')
Classifying and probing flavor transition mechanisms of astrophysical high energy neutrinos slides Kwang-Chang Lai (Chang Gung University)
17:30
(15' + 5')
UHECRs and multiple shock acceleration in active galactic nuclei Athina Meli (University of Liege)
17:50
(15' + 5')
Estimating the significance of a signal in a multi-dimensional search slides Ofer Vitells (Weizmann Institute of Science)
18:10
(15' + 5')
A new interpretation of the high energy atmospheric muon charge ratio slides Maximiliano Sioli (Bologna University and INFN)
Wednesday – Sep 7, 2011
14:30 – 16:10 Astrophysical Messengers W5
Parallel Session (Millerzimmer) – Chair: Nepomuk Otte
14:30
(15' + 5')
Recent results from IceCube on high-energy neutrinos and cosmic rays slides Sebastian Böser (Universität Bonn)
14:50
(15' + 5')
The KM3NeT project slides Simone Biagi (Bologna University and INFN)
15:10
(15' + 5')
Results from high-energy neutrino searches from gamma-ray bursts with IceCube slides Nathan Whitehorn (University of Wisconsin - Madison)
15:30
(15' + 5')
The Askaryan radio array slides Kael Hanson (Universite Libre de Bruxelles)
15:50
(15' + 5')
GRBs and ultra-high-energy cosmic rays slides Martin Pohl (Universität Potsdam / DESY)
16:50 – 18:30 Astrophysical Messengers W6 – Gamma-Rays
Parallel Session (Millerzimmer) – Chair: Dieter Horns
16:50
(15' + 5')
Highlights from the ARGO-YBJ experiment slides Ivan De Mitri (Università del Salento and INFN)
17:10
(15' + 5')
The HAWC observatory slides Andreas Tepe (Georgia Institute of Technology)
17:30
(15' + 5')
Cosmic rays, gamma rays and synchrotron radiation from the Milky Way slides Elena Orlando (HEPL/KIPAC Stanford University)
17:50
(15' + 5')
Importance of axion-like particles for very-high-energy astrophysics slides Marco Roncadelli (INFN Pavia)
18:10
(15' + 5')
Constraints on the intergalactic magnetic field from gamma-ray observations of TeV blazars slides Sergey Ostapchenko (Norwegian University for Science and Technology (NTNU))
Thursday – Sep 8, 2011
14:30 – 16:20 Astrophysical Messengers W7 – Gamma-Rays
Parallel Session (Millerzimmer) – Chair: Robert Wagner
14:30
(15' + 5')
The MAGIC telescopes: performance, results and future perspectives slides Barbara De Lotto (University of Udine & I.N.F.N.)
14:50
(12' + 3')
The Crab pulsar above 100 GeV slides Nepomuk Otte (University of California Santa Cruz)
15:05
(12' + 3')
Observations of the Crab pulsar above 25 GeV with the MAGIC telescope slides Stefan Klepser (IFAE, Barcelona)
15:20
(15' + 5')
Very high energy optical depth of the universe slides Dieter Horns (Universität Hamburg)
15:40
(15' + 5')
Prospects for a dark matter annihilation signal towards the Sagittarius dwarf galaxy with ground based Cherenkov telescopes slides Aion Viana (CEA Saclay)
16:00
(15' + 5')
Searching for primordial black holes with the VERITAS gamma-ray experiment slides Gordana Tešić (McGill University)
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