12-20 July 2017
BEXCO
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High Light Talks

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Location: BEXCO
Address: BUSAN, KOREA
Date: from 13 Jul 10:30 to 19 Jul 12:30

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Session: High Light Talks
The CALorimetric Electron Telescope (CALET) space experiment, which has been developed by Japan in collaboration with Italy and the United States, is a high-energy astroparticle physics mission on the International Space Station (ISS). The primary goals of the CALET mission include investigating on the presence of possible nearby sources of high-energy electrons, studying the details of galactic p ... More
Presented by Shojii TORI on 14/7/2017 at 2:00
Session: High Light Talks
Precision measurements by AMS of fluxes and flux ratios of charged elementary particles in cosmic rays are presented. In the absolute rigidity range ∼60 to ∼500 GV, the antiproton, proton, and positron fluxes are found to have nearly identical rigidity dependence while the electron flux exhibits a different rigidity dependence. Below 60 GV, the antiproton-to-proton, antiproton-to-positron, and ... More
Presented by Andrei KOUNINE on 15/7/2017 at 2:30
Session: High Light Talks
The DArk Matter Particle Explorer (DAMPE), also known as “Wukong” (the famous “Monkey King” in China), is a space mission supported by the strategic priority science and technology projects in space science of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. The detector was developed by the collaboration with primary hardware and software responsibilities of Purple Mountain Observatory, University of Sci ... More
Presented by Jin CHANG on 17/7/2017 at 2:30
Session: High Light Talks
The NUCLEON space experiment was designed to measure energy spectra of cosmic ray nuclei from protons to iron in the energy range approximately from 1 TeV per particle to 1 PeV per particle with good individual charge resolution. The apparatus started the collection of data at the beginning of 2015 and it is in operation up to now. The expected duration of the mission is expected to be no less tha ... More
Presented by Alexander PANOV on 13/7/2017 at 1:30
Session: High Light Talks
Hadronic interaction models play an important role in UHECR observations. Since 2015, the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) provides proton-proton collisions at the center-of-mass collision energy of 13 TeV, which is equivalent to 0.9x10^17 eV in the laboratory frame. The LHC forward (LHCf) experiment is an LHC experiment designed to provide critical data for testing models with measurements of very for ... More
Presented by Hiroaki MENJO on 13/7/2017 at 2:40
Session: High Light Talks
TUS (Tracking Ultraviolet Set-up) is the first orbital detector of extreme energy cosmic rays. It was launched into orbit on April 28, 2016, as a part of the scientific payload of the Lomonosov satellite. The main aim of the mission is to test the technique of measuring UV fluorescent and Cherenkov radiation of extensive air showers (EAS) generated by primary cosmic rays with energies above ~50 Ee ... More
Presented by Pavel KLIMOV on 13/7/2017 at 2:20
Session: High Light Talks
The interpretation of EAS measurements strongly depends on detailed air shower simulations. CORSIKA is one of the most commonly used air shower Monte Carlo program. The main source of uncertainty in the prediction of shower observables for different primary particles and energies being currently dominated by differences between hadronic interaction models even after the update taking into account ... More
Presented by Tanguy PIEROG on 18/7/2017 at 2:00
Session: High Light Talks
The Telescope Array measures the properties of ultra high energy cosmic ray induced extensive air showers. We do this using a variety of techniques including utilizing an array of scintillator detectors to sample the footprint of the air shower when it reaches the Earth’s surface and telescopes to measure the fluorescence and Cerenkov light of the air shower. From this we determine the energy sp ... More
Presented by John MATTHEWS on 17/7/2017 at 1:30
Session: High Light Talks
The Extreme Universe Space Observatory on a Super Pressure Balloon (EUSO-SPB) was launched April 25 2017 from Wanaka New Zealand as a mission of opportunity on a NASA super pressure balloon test flight planned to circle the southern hemisphere. The primary scientific goal was to make the first observations of high energy cosmic ray extensive air showers by looking down on the atmosphere with an op ... More
Presented by Lawrence WIENCKE on 13/7/2017 at 2:00
Session: High Light Talks
Like in our galaxy, cosmic rays (CRs) are expected to exist in the space between galaxies. Shocks waves induced during the hierarchical formation of the large-scale structure of the universe, which are collisionless like most astrophysical shocks, are believed to be dominant sources of those intergalactic CRs. Here, based on N-body/hydrodynamic simulations of a LCDM universe, I present the nature ... More
Presented by Dongsu RYU on 14/7/2017 at 2:30
Session: High Light Talks
In this talk we will present highlights from the Pierre Auger Observatory, the world's largest detector for ultra-high energy cosmic rays. The presented results are based on an exposure of more than 66,000 km^2 sr yr, i.e. about 25% more data than presented at the previous ICRC. We will discuss the update of the measurement of the energy spectrum and mass composition of cosmic rays over a wide ran ... More
Presented by Michael UNGER on 15/7/2017 at 3:00
Session: High Light Talks
Astrophysical observations at all scales provide undisputable evidence for the existence of an invisible and dominant mass component in the observable universe. The nature of this dark matter remains one of the greatest challenges of modern physics. The leading hypothesis is that dark matter is made of new elementary particles, with a vast range of masses and interaction cross-sections with normal ... More
Presented by Elena APRILE on 19/7/2017 at 1:30
Session: High Light Talks
Ground-based imaging atmospheric-Cherenkov telescope arrays such as VERITAS, H.E.S.S. and MAGIC have collected deep exposures on hard-spectrum blazars located at a range of redshifts, in addition to shorter exposures during periods of high source activity. These datasets can be used to characterize the intensity spectrum of the extragalactic background light (EBL), as interactions of gamma rays em ... More
Presented by Elisa PUESCHEL on 19/7/2017 at 2:00
Session: High Light Talks
The discovery of the Fermi bubbles - a huge bilobular structure seen in GeV gamma-rays above and below the Galactic center - implies the presence of a large reservoir of high energy particles at ~ 10 kpc from the disk. The absence of evidence for a strong shock coinciding with the edge of the bubbles, and constraints from multi-wavelength observations point towards stochastic acceleration by turbu ... More
Presented by Philipp MERTSCH on 17/7/2017 at 3:00
Session: High Light Talks
We will report on the Third Catalog of Hard Fermi-LAT Sources (3FHL) built from data taken with the Fermi Large Area Telescope (LAT). This catalog describes the gamma-ray sky at energies above 10 GeV relying on the first 7 years of LAT data using the Pass 8 event-level analysis. The 3FHL contains 1556 sources characterized in the 10 GeV - 2 TeV energy range. The sensitivity and angular resolution ... More
Presented by Alberto DOMINGUEZ on 13/7/2017 at 3:00
Session: High Light Talks
Pulsars and their synchrotron nebulae have been extensively observed in the gamma-ray energy band for the last 15 years. The LAT detector on board of the Fermi satellite increased the number of known gamma-ray emitting pulsars by one order of magnitude, touching the mark 200. On the other hand, the imaging Cherenkov telescopes proved that pulsar wind nebulae are the most common class of sources ra ... More
Presented by Roberta ZANIN on 15/7/2017 at 2:00
Session: High Light Talks
Supernova Remnants (SNRs) have been a favored source of Galactic cosmic rays (CRs) for many decades. This talk will highlight information gleaned from studies of known SNRs using gamma-rays, including from the First Fermi Supernova Remnant Catalog. Current observations suggest that known SNRs could contribute the entire source of directly measured CRs, but do not yet require it. Other observations ... More
Presented by Terri BRANDT on 14/7/2017 at 3:00
Session: High Light Talks
Transient astrophysical phenomena are prime targets of high-energy gamma-ray observatories. The high sensitivity combined with rapid reactions allow Imaging Air Cherenkov Telescopes to perform deep follow-up observations of events detected at other wavelengths or during monitoring campaigns of interesting objects. Complementary, the large field-of-view and high duty-cycle of high-altitude Water Ch ... More
Presented by Fabian SCHÜSSLER on 18/7/2017 at 2:30
Session: High Light Talks
IceCube is a cubic-kilometer Cherenkov telescope buried in the ice sheet at the South Pole that detects neutrinos of all flavors with energies from tens of GeV to several PeV. Since its discovery of the flux of high-energy astrophysical neutrinos in 2013, IceCube has continued to refine its measurements of the properties of this flux. While no individual neutrino sources or transients have been ob ... More
Presented by Jakob VAN SANTEN on 19/7/2017 at 3:00
Session: High Light Talks
Thanks to the clear water, neutrino telescopes in the Mediterranean Sea offer very good angular resolution for neutrinos of all flavours. The ANTARES detector, which has been operating since 2007, has good sensitivity to the Southern sky and can already set valuable constraints on the origin of the cosmic neutrino flux discovered by the IceCube detector. At the same time, the KM3NeT collaboration ... More
Presented by Aart HEIJBOER on 19/7/2017 at 2:30
Session: High Light Talks
Despite decades of observation, the nature and origin of ultra-high energy cosmic rays (UHECR), with energies in the EeV range and above, remains unknown. The mere existence of UHECR implies that UHE neutrinos should also be produced, but at a level that remains uncertain due to the relatively poor knowledge on the sources of UHECR. In the last few years, the IceCube and Pierre Auger observatories ... More
Presented by Jaime ALVAREZ-MUÑIZ on 18/7/2017 at 3:00
Session: High Light Talks
It was the 15th of June of 2006 when the PAMELA satellite-borne experiment was launched from the Baikonur cosmodrome in Kazakstan. Then, for nearly ten years, PAMELA has been making high-precision measurements of the charged component of the cosmic radiation opening a new era of precision studies in cosmic rays and challenging our basic vision of the mechanisms of production, acceleration and prop ... More
Presented by Mirko BOEZIO on 18/7/2017 at 1:30
Session: High Light Talks
The Advanced Composition Explorer (ACE), which carries instrumentation for making high-precision measurements of the charge and mass of energetic nuclei between ~1 keV/nuc and ~1 GeV/nuc, was launched nearly 20 years ago into an orbit about the L1 Lagrangian point 1.5 million km sunward of the Earth. From this vantage point, ACE collects data that are used for a wide range of studies in galactic a ... More
Presented by Mark WIEDENBECK on 14/7/2017 at 1:30
Session: High Light Talks
The physical drivers for high-energy particles accelerated in the heliosphere are solar flares and coronal mass ejections (CMEs). How to disentangle the roles played by these two drivers has been one of the major goals in the studies of the heliospheric particle acceleration. Typically, observational information is obtained from in-situ measurements of the so-called solar energetic particle (SEP) ... More
Presented by Jeongwoo LEE on 15/7/2017 at 1:30
Session: High Light Talks
The Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer (AMS), on the International Space Station (ISS) since May 2011, has acquired the largest number of particles ever measured in space by a single experiment, performing the most precise measurement of galactic cosmic rays (GCR) to-date. The detailed time variation of multiple particle species fluxes measured in the first years of operations, during the ascending phas ... More
Presented by Veronica BINDI on 17/7/2017 at 2:00
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