SnowCluster Main Program
 Share
The version of the browser you are using is no longer supported. Please upgrade to a supported browser.Dismiss

 
View only
 
 
ABCDEF
1
Abstracts by Last Name
2
Start TimeEnd TimeLength (min)Talk TitleSpeaker &
Link to Abstract
PDF
Slides
3
Saturday, March 17, 2018
4
5:00  PM7:00  PM120Arrival, Poster Setups
5
7
Sunday, March 18, 2018
8
7:15  AM8:00  AM45Breakfast & Registration (Ballroom 2)
9
Advances in Simulations Ichair: Andrey Kravtsov
10
8:00  AM8:10  AM10Opening RemarksMaxim MarkevitchN/A
11
8:10  AM8:35  AM25Reconstructing ICM Thermo- and Chemo-Dynamics with SimulationsStefano BorganiPDF
12
8:35  AM9:00  AM25Galaxy Clusters From the Magneticum SimulationsKlaus DolagPDF
13
9:00  AM9:20  AM20Modeling Challenges for Cluster Astrophysics in the Era of Multi-Wavelength CosmologyDaisuke NagaiPDF
14
9:20  AM9:45  AM25Simulating Galaxy Clusters (and Their Galaxies!) with IllustrisTNGAnnalisa PillepichPDF
15
9:45  AM10:05  AM20The Tidal Evolution of SubstructureFrank van den BoschPDF
16
10:05  AM10:35  AM30Coffee Break (Ballroom 2)
17
Advances in Simulations IIchair: Maxim Markevitch
18
10:35  AM10:55  AM20Exploring the Formation and Destruction of Cool-Cores with IllustrisTNGDavid BarnesPDF
19
10:55  AM11:15  AM20As a matter of force -- Systematic biases in idealized turbulence simulationsPhilipp GretePDF
20
11:15  AM11:45  AM301-slide poster presentations (20)
21
11:45  AM4:30  PMMid Day Break
22
Hitomi Resultschair: Maxim Markevitch
23
4:30  PM4:55  PM25Atmospheric Gas Dynamics in the Perseus Cluster Observed with HitomiYuto IchinohePDF
24
4:55  PM5:20  PM25Temperature Structure in the Perseus Cluster Core Observed with HitomiShinya NakashimaPDF
25
5:20  PM5:45  PM25X-ray Spectral Modeling of the ICM: Codes, Uncertainties, and UpdatesLiyi GuPDF
26
5:45  PM6:10  PM25Metal Abundances of the Perseus Cluster with Hitomi High-Resolution SpectroscopyHiroya YamaguchiPDF
27
6:10  PM6:40  PM30Coffee Break (Ballroom 2)
28
Velocities & Turbulence, Observations and Similationschair: Tony Mroczkowski
29
6:40  PM7:05  PM25New Results on the Radio, X-ray and Optical Properties of Clusters CoresJulie Hlavacek-LarrondoPDF
30
7:05  PM7:30  PM25X-ray Measurements of Velocities in Clusters Using Gratings and CCDSJeremy SandersPDF
31
7:30 PM7:55  PM25Probing the Plasma Physics and Kinematics of the Intracluster Medium with X-Ray Observations and SimulationsJohn ZuHone
32
8:10  PM10:00  PM110Opening Reception (Golden Cliff Ballroom)
33
34
Monday, March 19, 2018
35
7:15  AM8:00  AM45Breakfast (Ballroom 2)
36
Abundanceschair: Jeremy Sanders
37
8:00  AM8:25  AM25Spatial Distribution of Metals in the Intracluster MediumFrançois MernierPDF
38
8:25  AM8:45  AM20Mass-ICM Metallicity Relation From Simulations and Observations of Galaxy ClustersNhut TruongPDF
39
Distant clusterschair: Jeremy Sanders
40
8:45  AM9:10  AM25XMM and Chandra Combined Analysis of the Most Massive Galaxy Clusters at z~1Iacopo BartalucciPDF
41
9:10  AM9:30  AM20HST/WFC3 Spectroscopic Confirmation of XLSSC122: a Mature X-ray/SZ Detected Cluster at z=2?Jon WillisPDF
42
Cool Cores I: heating vs. coolingchair: Julie Hlavacek-Larondo
43
9:30  AM9:55  AM25Characterizing the Outburst of the Supermassive Black Hole in M87William FormanPDF
44
9:55  AM10:25  AM30Coffee Break (Ballroom 2)
45
10:25  AM10:45  AM20Cygnus A: a Powerful Radio Galaxy in a Cool Core ClusterPaul NulsenPDF
46
10:45  AM11:05  AM20When Physics Collide: AGN Feedback in the Merging Cluster Cygnus AMichael Wise
47
11:05  AM11:25  AM20Using New Hot Gas Velocity Measurements To Probe Feedback in Massive GalaxiesAnna OgorzalekPDF
48
11:25  AM11:45  AM20Stopping the Cooling Flow with Turbulent StirringKung-Yi SuPDF
49
11:45  AM4:30  PMMid Day Break
50
Cool Cores II: Rain and Fountainschair: Matt Kunz
51
4:30  PM4:50  PM201-slide poster presentations (13)
52
4:50  PM5:15  PM25Feedback and the Precipitation LimitMark VoitPDF
53
5:15  PM5:35  PM20Role of BCG and AGN-Driven Turbulence in Cool-Core ClustersDeovrat PrasadPDF
54
5:35  PM6:00  PM25Rainfalls in Clusters and Groups: Kinematic and Thermodynamic Tracers of the Multiphase Condensation CascadeMassimo GaspariPDF
55
6:00  PM6:30  PM30Coffee Break (Ballroom 2)
56
6:30  PM7:00  PM30Poster viewing
57
7:00  PM7:20  PM20ALMA's Perspective on Fueling Feedback in Massive GalaxiesBrian McNamaraPDF
58
7:20  PM7:35  PM15The Combined Power of ALMA and MUSE: Multiphase Velocity Structure of Cluster GalaxiesGrant Tremblay
59
7:35  PM7:55  PM20Molecular Gas Flows in Central Cluster GalaxiesAdrian VantyghemPDF
60
61
Tuesday, March 20, 2018
62
7:15  AM8:00  AM45Breakfast (Ballroom 2)
63
Nonthermal Phenomena Ichair: Gabriel Pratt
64
8:00  AM8:25  AM25Electron Acceleration in Collisionless ShocksAnatoly SpitkovskyPDF
65
8:25  AM8:50  AM25Low-Frequency Radio Observations of ICM Cosmic RaysReinout van WeerenPDF
66
8:50  AM9:10  AM20On Radio Relics in Low Mass ClustersRuta KalePDF
67
9:10  AM9:35  AM25Galaxy Clusters in the LOFAR Two-Metre Sky SurveyTimothy Shimwell
68
9:35  AM9:55  AM20Radio Halos in Galaxy Clusters: New Statistical Constraints From the Largest Unbiased Mass-Selected SampleVirginia CucitiPDF
69
9:55  AM10:25  AM30Coffee Break (Ballroom 2)
70
10:25  AM10:50  AM25Observations of Clusters with the MWA: Uncovering Old Radio Plasma in ClustersMelanie Johnston-Hollitt
71
10:50  AM11:15  AM25Observations of Diffuse Radio Emission in Cool-Core ClustersSimona GiacintucciPDF
72
11:15  AM11:35  AM20Probing the Non-Thermal Emission in the Perseus Cluster with the JVLAMarie-Lou Gendron-MarsolaisPDF
73
ICM Microphysics: Observations and Theorychair: Gianfranco Brunetti
74
11:35  AM11:55  AM20Unravelling the Physics of the ICM with Cold FrontsStephen WalkerPDF
75
11:55  AM4:30  PMMid Day Break
76
4:30  PM4:55  PM25Towards Simulating the Generation and Evolution of Cluster-Scale Turbulence and Magnetic FieldsTom JonesPDF
77
4:55  PM5:15  PM20Things Fall Apart: Waves & Turbulence in a Weakly Collisional ICMMatthew KunzPDF
78
5:15  PM5:35  PM20Suppression of Electron Thermal Conduction in the High-Beta Intracluster Medium of Galaxy ClustersGareth Roberg-ClarkPDF
79
5:35  PM6:00  PM25Connecting the Micro and Macro Scale Astrophysics in Galaxy ClustersYuanyuan Su
80
6:00  PM6:30  PM30Coffee Break (Ballroom 2)
81
6:30  PM6:55  PM25Merger Shocks in Clusters of GalaxiesCraig Sarazin
82
6:55  PM7:15  PM20Shock Front Physics and New Subtle X-ray Features in ClustersMaxim MarkevitchPDF
83
7:15  PM7:35  PM20Electron Heating and Acceleration at Galaxy Cluster Shocks: Insights From NuSTARDaniel WikPDF
84
7:35  PM7:55  PM20Shocked Radio Galaxy Jets: Clues To Cluster WeatherChris NoltingPDF
85
86
Wednesday, March 21, 2018
87
7:15  AM8:00  AM45Breakfast (Ballroom 2)
88
Nonthermal Phenomena IIchair: Klaus Dolag
89
8:00  AM8:25  AM25Turbulent Acceleration and Cluster-Scale Radio EmissionGianfranco Brunetti
90
8:25  AM8:50  AM25Gamma-ray Constraints on Intracluster Cosmic RaysStephan ZimmerPDF
91
8:50  AM9:15  AM25Diffusive Shock Acceleration and BeyondDamiano CaprioliPDF
92
9:15  AM9:40  AM25High Beta Effects on Cosmic Ray Streaming in Galaxy ClustersJoshua WienerPDF
93
9:40  AM9:55  AM15Cosmic ray feedback in cool coresMateusz RuszkowskiPDF
94
9:55  AM10:25  AM30Coffee Break (Ballroom 2)
95
10:25  AM10:45  AM20Abell 1758: a Double Radio Halo System Discovered with LOFARAndrea BotteonPDF
96
10:45  AM11:05  AM20Radio - X-ray Observations at Galaxy Cluster ShockGabriella Di GennaroPDF
97
11:05  AM11:25  AM20Giant Cosmic Tsunamis: Reconciling Observations and Models of Cluster Radio RelicsAndra StroePDF
98
11:25  AM11:45  AM20On the Depolarization of the Observed Emission From Radio RelicsDenis WittorPDF
99
Special featurechair: Klaus Dolag
100
11:45  AM12:00  PM15The tale of 72 BCGsJulie Hlavacek-LarrondoPDF
101
12:00  PM4:30  PMMid Day Break
Loading...
 
 
 
Daily Schedule
Week At A Glance
 
 
Main menu