7 years of MAXI : monitoring X-ray transients

from Monday, 5 December 2016 (09:00) to Wednesday, 7 December 2016 (16:00)
RIKEN (Suzuki Umetaro Hall)

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
5 Dec 2016
6 Dec 2016
7 Dec 2016
AM
09:30 --- Registration ---
10:00 Opening remarks - Prof. Masaru Matsuoka (RIKEN MAXI team, Japan)   ()
10:10
Session 1 : Highlights (until 11:30) ()
10:10 MAXI 7 years highlights - Dr Tatehiro Mihara (RIKEN MAXI team, Japan)   ()
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10:40 MAXI-SSC results in 7 years - Prof. Hiroshi Tsunemi (Osaka university, Japan)   ()
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11:00 Discovery of 17 X-ray transients with MAXI/GSC and their nature - Prof. Hitoshi Negoro (Nihon University, Japan)   ()
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11:30 --- Lunch & Poster ---
09:00
Session 5 : MAXI Transients (until 10:35) ()
09:00 Quick review of X-ray transients - Prof. Hitoshi Negoro (Nihon university, Japan)   ()
09:05 Swift/MAXI transient collaboration: 7 years of success - Dr Jamie Kennea (Pennsylvania State Univ., United States of America)   ()
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09:35 On the orbital period of MAXI J1305-704 - Dr Aarran Shaw (University of Alberta, Canada)   ()
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09:50 A multi-wavelength view of jets in accreting binaries - Prof. Stephane Corbel (Univ. Paris Diderot & CEA Saclay & Observatoire de Paris, France)   ()
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10:20 Novae with super-Eddington luminosities - Prof. Toshikazu Shigeyama (University of Tokyo, Japan)   ()
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10:35
Session 6 : Superbursts (until 11:25) ()
10:35 Understanding superbursts - Dr Jean in 't Zand (SRON, Netherlands)   ()
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11:05 MAXI detections of superbursts - Dr Motoko Serino (RIKEN MAXI team, Japan)   ()
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11:25
Session 7 : MAXI Archive (until 11:40) ()
11:25 MAXI data archive plan - Prof. Ken Ebisawa (JAXA/ISAS, Japan)   ()
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11:40 --- Lunch & Poster ---
09:00
Session 11 : Binary X-ray pulsars (until 11:55) ()
09:00 Monitoring activities of X-ray binary pulsars with Fermi/GBM - Dr Peter Jenke (University of Alabama in Huntsville, United States of America)   ()
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09:30 Luminosity and spin-up relation in X-ray binary pulsars with MAXI/GSC and Fermi/GBM - Dr Mutsumi Sugizaki (RIKEN MAXI team, Japan)   ()
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10:00 Monitoring Supergiant Fast X-ray Transients with Swift and XMM-Newton - Dr Enrico Bozzo (ISDC - University of Geneva, SWITZERLAND)   ()
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10:15 MAXI/GSC observation of X-ray outbursts from Be/X-ray binary pulsars - Dr Motoki Nakajima (Nihon University, Japan)   ()
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10:40 Cyclotron absorption lines in the era of Suzaku and NuSTAR - Mr Jaisawal Gaurava K. (Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India)   ()
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10:55 Indian Astro-sat : results in the first year - Prof. Biswajit Paul (Raman Research Institute, India)   ()
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11:25 The Hard X-ray Modulation Telescope mission - Prof. Shuang-Nan Zhang (Institute of High Energy Physics, China)   ()
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11:40 X-ray polarimetry mission PRAXyS - Dr Tamagawa Toru (RIKEN, Japan)   ()
11:55 --- Lunch & Poster Session ---
PM
13:30
Session 2 : Stellar Mass Black Hole (until 15:00) ()
13:30 Progress Galactic black hole binaries over the past 7 years: a selection of recent results - Dr Jerome Rodriguez (CEA - Astrophysics division, France)   ()
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14:00 Violent optical variations and correlation with X-ray variability in the 2015 outbursts in V404 Cygni - Ms Mariko Kimura (Kyoto University, Japan)   ()
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14:15 Two optical emission components with different variability in V404 Cygni - Mr Yutaro Tachibana (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan)   ()
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14:30 Observation of the long-term variability of Cygnus X-1 with MAXI - Ms Juri Sugimoto (RIKEN MAXI team, Japan)   ()
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14:45 Accretion flow properties of three MAXI Black Hole candiadtes: analysis with TCAF solution - Dr Dipak Debnath (Indian Centre for Space Physics, India)   ()
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15:00 --- Coffee & Poster ---
15:30
Session 3 : Low Mass X-ray Binaries (until 17:05) ()
15:30 Black holes and neutron stars in Low Mass X-ray binaries - Prof. Chris Done (ISAS/JAXA and University of Durham, UK)   ()
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16:00 Spectral states in NS-LMXBs observed with MAXI/GSC and Swift/BAT - Dr Kazumi Asai (RIKEN MAXI team, Japan)   ()
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16:20 Overview of spectral change in NS-LMXB - Dr Hiromitsu Takahashi (Hiroshima University, Japan)   ()
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16:50 Unveiling the spectral transition of Aql X-1 from the hard to soft state - Mr Ko Ono (The University of Tokyo, Japan)   ()
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17:05
Session 4 : GRB (until 18:10) ()
17:05 Short-GRB rate from Yonetoku relation for SGRB and the detectability of GW in O2 of aLIGO/aVirgo - Prof. Takashi Nakamura (Kyoto Univ. , Japan)   ()
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17:20 GRB radio view from all angles - Dr Alexander van der Horst (George Washington University, United States of America)   ()
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17:40 GRBs with MAXI and CALET - Dr Satoshi Nakahira (JAXA, Japan)   ()
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17:55 POLAR - The gamma-ray burst polarimetry experiment onboard China's TG-2 spacelab - Prof. Shuang-Nan Zhang (Institute of High Energy Physics, China)   ()
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13:30
Session 8 : Steller Flares (until 14:40) ()
13:30 X-ray study of stellar flares - Prof. Yohko Tsuboi (Chuo University, Japan)   ()
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13:55 Superflares on Sun-like stars - Prof. Kazunari Shibata (Kwasan and Hida Observatories, Japan)   ()
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14:25 Transient magnetars and magnetic field evolution of neutron stars - Dr Teruaki Enoto (Kyoto University, Japan)   ()
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14:40 --- Coffee & Poster ---
15:10
Session 9 : AGN (until 16:30) ()
15:10 Hard X-ray luminosity function of tidal disruption events: first results from MAXI extragalactic survey - Mr Taiki Kawamuro (Kyoto University, Japan)   ()
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15:25 First statistical tests for clumpy-torus models: constraints from RXTE monitoring of Seyfert AGN - Dr Alex Markowitz (Univ. of California, San Diego, Center for Astrophysics and Space Sciences, United States of America)   ()
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15:55 A Novel view of AGN accretion flows revealed by X-ray and optical monitoring - Prof. Kazuo Makishima (RIKEN Global Research Cluster, Japan)   ()
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16:15 An X-ray spectral variability of fast disk winds in AGN - Dr Kouichi Hagino (ISAS/JAXA, Japan)   ()
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16:30
Session 10 : Science from Hitomi (until 18:00) ()
16:30 Science from Hitomi: Introduction - Prof. Takaya Ohashi (Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan)   ()
16:35 Hitomi observation of the Perseus cluster - gas motions and resonant scattering - - Dr Kosuke SATO (Tokyo university of Science, Japan)   ()
16:59 Hitomi observation of the Perseus cluster - temperature and elemental abundances - - Dr Shinya NAKASHIMA (JAXA/ISAS, Japan)   ()
17:23 Hitomi results of NGC 1275: the origin of Fe-K alpha Line - Dr Hirofumi Noda (Tohoku University, Japan)   ()
17:41 Hitomi observation of the supernova remnant N132D in the Large Magellanic Cloud - Dr Satoru KATSUDA (Chuo University, Japan)   ()
18:15 --- Banquet ---
13:50
Session 12 : Gravitational wave sources (until 15:40) ()
13:50 Advanced LIGO first light: multimessenger astrophysics at the birth of gravitational-wave observatory - Dr Leo Singer (NASA/GSFC, United States of America)   ()
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14:20 Binary black hole remnants of first stars for the gravitational wave source - Dr Tomoya KINUGAWA, (Institute for Cosmic Ray Research, Japan)   ()
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14:35 Search for X-ray counterparts of gravitational wave events - Prof. Nobuyuki Kawai (Tokyo Institute of Technology)   ()
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14:55 X-ray Transient Localization Experiment aboard a micro-satellite for multi-messenger counterpart search - Mr Tatsuya SAWANO (Kanazawa University, Japan)   ()
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15:10 Einstein Probe -- a small mission to explore the transient X-ray sky - Dr Weimin YUAN (National Astronomical Observatories, CAS, China)   ()
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15:40 Closing remarks - Prof. Kazuo Makishima (RIKEN, Global Research Cluster, Japan)   ()