12-20 July 2017
Asia/Seoul timezone
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Invited Review Talks


Location: BEXCO
Date: from 14 Jul 08:30 to 19 Jul 10:00

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on 18/7/2017 at 0:15
Various astrophysical phenomena are believed to be powered by accretion onto black holes. Black holes draw matter in with its gravity, and matter gets heated to produce radiative or kinetic energy. The geometrical and physical characteristic of these accretion flow are diverse: spherical or disk-like, hot or cool, optically thin or thick, radiatively efficient or inefficient, local or global, ​
Presented by Myeong-Gu PARK on 17/7/2017 at 0:15
Presented by Albert DE ROECK on 14/7/2017 at 0:15
In this review, I will reflect on the lessons learnt in the past decade with regards UHECR propagation and their secondary signatures. Starting from a consideration of their travel through extragalactic space, consideration will be made about what can be said about their source evolution. Complimentary to this discussion about the propagation of the UHECR primaries, the information conveyed by the ... More
Presented by Andrew TAYLOR on 16/7/2017 at 23:30
Einstein predicted the existence of gravitational waves one hundred years ago. They have been recently observed from pairs of merging Black Holes by the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-wave Observatory (LIGO). The physics of gravitational waves, the detection technique, the observations, including latest results, and implications will all be discussed.
Presented by Barry BARISH on 18/7/2017 at 23:30
The arguments surrounding the Galactic component of the cosmic rays, the energy budget, questions of composition, spectral features, anisotropy, sources etc, will be critically examined. We are moving into a new phase in the study of the Galactic cosmic rays where it is becoming clear that precision measurements are revealing new, and in some cases unexpected, features which are forcing us to deve ... More
Presented by Luke DRURY on 15/7/2017 at 0:15
There are plenty of evidence that the universe is filled dominantly with unknown matter. After decades of intense search for this dark matter, we still don’t have clear identity for it. The range of theoretical models hypothesizing the identity are widened, and generally we don’t have strong preference to any specific model yet. In addition to the searches for the dark matter particles at LHC, ... More
Presented by Yeongduk KIM on 19/7/2017 at 0:15
Presented by Takaaki KAJITA on 14/7/2017 at 23:30
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