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ICM Program

August 22nd, 23rd, & 24th 2016

 

Monday, August 22nd

Monday,
August 22nd
 

 

8:45 AM

Registration


West Bank Office Building
Room 142
1300 2nd Street S
Minneapolis, MN 55455

8:55 AM

Tom Jones
University of Minnesota

Welcome and Opening Remarks
9:00 AM
Daisuke Nagai
Yale University

New Kid on the Block: Kinematic Sunyaev-Zel'dovich Effect

9:25 AM
Matthew Kunz
Princeton University

Viscosity, Conduction, Convection, and Dynamo in a Weakly Collisional Magnetized Plasma

9:50 AM
Dongwook Lee
University of California,
Santa Cruz

New High‐order Methods using Gaussian Processes for CFD

10:15 AM

COFFEE BREAK


10:35 AM


Megan Donahue
Michigan State University

Rest-Frame UV Spectroscopy of Hot Gas in the Centers of Cool Core Brightest Cluster Galaxies
11:00 AM

Sebastian Heinz
University of Wisconsin


Cluster kinematics in the post-Hitomi era

11:25 AM

Poster abstracts
Nine Poster Abstracts (~5 min per)

12:10 PM

Discussion Session I

12:30 PM

LUNCH BREAK

2:00 PM
Elke Roediger
University of Hull

Fluid dynamics in the ICM


2:25 PM
John ZuHone
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Simulating the ICM As Seen Through the Next Generation of X-ray Telescopes

2:50 PM
Norbert Werner
Stanford University

Deep Chandra observations as probes of detailed ICM physics

3:15 PM

COFFEE BREAK

3:35 PM
Irina Zhuravleva
Stanford University

Microphysics of ICM from X-ray images: effective equation of state, turbulence, heating


4:00 PM
Aurora Simionescu
ISAS – Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency

Witnessing the growth of the nearest galaxy cluster


4:25 PM
Hitomi Collaboration

High-resolution micro-calorimeter X-ray spectroscopy of the core of the Perseus Cluster of galaxies

4:50 PM

Discussion Session II

5:20 PM

 

Workshop Ends for the Day

 

 

Tuesday, August 23rd


Tuesday,
August 23rd

 

9:00 AM
Annalisa Bonafede
University Hamburg

Insights on non-thermal phenomena in the ICM from radio observations

9:25 AM
Marcus Brüggen
University Hamburg

Merging clusters as physics laboratories - first results from LOFAR

9:50 AM
Gianfranco Brunetti
IRA-INAF, Bologna

The challenge of turbulence in galaxy clusters: physics and particle acceleration

10:15 AM

COFFEE BREAK

10:35 AM

Peng Oh
University of California,
Santa Barbara


The Role of Turbulence in Accelerating Cosmic Rays and Amplifying B-fields in the ICM

11:00 AM

Ellen Zweibel
University of Wisconsin, Madison


Cosmic Ray Propagation in High Beta Plasmas

11:25 PM

Alex Lazarian
University of Wisconsin, Madison


Superdiffusion and Streaming and Acceleration of Cosmic rays

11:50 PM

Discussion Session I

12:20 PM

LUNCH BREAK

2:00 PM

Christoph Pfrommer

Heidelberg Institute for
Theoretical Studies


Is cosmic ray heating relevant in cool core clusters?

2:25 PM

Mateusz Ruszkowski
University of Michigan


Role of cosmic ray heating in the ICM

2:50 PM

Dongsu Ryu
Ulsan National Institute of Technology


Shock Waves in the Outskirt of Galaxy Clusters

3:15 PM

COFFEE BREAK

3:35 PM

Franco Vazza
University of Hamburg


Cluster outskirts as a gateway to the physics of particle acceleration and magnetogenesis

4:00 PM

Hyesung Kang
Pusan National University


Re-acceleration Model for Radio Relics in Galaxy Clusters

4:25 PM

Julius Donnert
University of Minnesota


New Models of the Sausage Relic


4:50 PM

Discussion Session II
5:20 PM

Workshop Ends for the Day


6:00 PM

Banquet for ICM workshop participants
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Workshop Banquet

Vic's on the Minneapolis Riverfront
201 SE Main St
Minneapolis, MN 55414

6:00 PM
Leave Hotel to walk to banquet dinner (28 minute walk)

OR


You may board the bus oustide the hotel at 6:10 pm - the bus will leave at approximatly 6:20 pm.

6:30 PM

Social Hour

7:15 PM

Buffet Dinner


Wednesday, August 24th

Wednesday,
August 24th
 

8:45 AM

Mike McCourt
University of California,
Santa Barbara

Shattering cold gas into tiny cloudlets
9:10 AM

Evan Scannapieco
Arizona State University

Metal Mixing in the Presence of a Magnetic Field
9:35 AM

Martin Pessah

Niels Bohr Institute

On Helium Mixing in Quasi-global Simulations of the Intra-Cluster Medium
10:00 AM

COFFEE BREAK

10:20 AM

Hui Li
 
Los Alamos National Laboratory


Jet-Lobe Morphology Under the Cluster Weather: Inferences on ICM Dynamics and Jet Composition

10:45 AM

Elena Rasia
University of Michigan


Properties of the ICM of Galaxy Cluster from hydrodynamical simulations with AGN feedback

11:10 PM

Karen Yang
University of Maryland


How AGN Jets Heat the Intracluster Medium – Insights from Simulations


11:35 PM


Discussion Session I

12:05 PM

LUNCH BREAK

1:35 PM

Yuan Li
Columbia University

Heating in Simulated Galaxy Clusters with Momentum-driven AGN Feedback
2:00 PM

Brian McNamara
University of Waterloo

Thermal Instability in Low Entropy Gas Lifted behind Buoyantly-Rising X-ray Bubbles
2:25 PM

Paul Nulsen
Center for Astrophysics, Harvard-Smithsonian

Nonlinear thermal instability in the radio mode feedback cycle
2:50 PM

COFFEE BREAK

3:10 PM

Brian O’Shea
Michigan State University

Triggering and delivery methods for AGN feedback
3:35 PM

Mark Voit
Michigan State University

The Black-Hole Feedback Valve
4:00 PM

Prateek Sharma
Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore

Simulations of AGN jet feedback in galaxy clusters: heating and cooling cycles
4:25 PM

Discussion Session II

5:00 PM

Workshop Closing
Thank you for your participation!