YERAC 2004
Programme



Monday, 30 August 2004

9.00- 9.45 Registration with Tea/Coffee

9.45-10.00 Welcoming Remarks

Pulsars, Supernova Remnants and Planetary Nebulae

10.00-10.20 Krzysztof Krzeszowski Long-term monitoring of the radio flux from PSR~B0329+54Abstract

10.20-10.40 Oleg Malov Integrated radio luminosities of pulsarsAbstract

10.40-11.00 Alessandro Corongiu Double telescopes timing analysis of the binary pulsar PSR~J1811--1736Abstract

11.00-11.50 Peter Duffy Review: Particle acceleration in astrophysics

11.50-12.10 Paul Dempsey Particle acceleration at relativistic shock frontsAbstract

12.10-12.30 Brian Reville Modeling particle acceleration and radio emission in young supernovaeAbstract

12.30-13.45 LUNCH

13.50-14.10 Krzysztof Maciesiak Monte Carlo simulations of pulsar radio emissionAbstract

14.10-14.30 Stephen Bourke The Supernova Remnant CTB80Abstract

14.30-14.50 Luciano Cerrigone Radio characteristics of young planetary nebulaeAbstract

Young Stars and Young Stellar Objects

14.50-15.40 Matt Redman Review: Molecular line emission and the initial conditions of star formationAbstract

15.40-16.00 Vera Konyves Young stellar objects in the LDN1188 dark cloud complexAbstract

16.00-16.20 BREAK

16.20-16.40 Katrin Kampgen A 1.2~mm survey of Bok globulesAbstract

16.40-17.00 Francesco Fontani A Search for high-mass protostarsAbstract

17.00-17.20 Eva Karlsson Observations of the CO J=5-4 line in Orion using the Odin satelliteAbstract

Tuesday, 31 August 2004

Microquasars, Stellar Jets and Stellar Outflows

9.30- 10.20 Tom Ray Review: Probing outflows from young stars

10.20-10.40 Ciriaco Goddi Kinematics of H2O masers towards high-mass Young Stellar Objects

10.40-11.00 Iain Brown Microquasar observations at Jodrell Bank Observatory and the GMRT Abstract

11.00-11.20 Elena Gallo Power output of X-ray binary jetsAbstract

11.20-11.40 TEA/COFFEE

Active Galactic Nuclei

11.40-12.30 Denise Gabuzda Review: Relativistic motion in the jets of AGN

12.30-12.50 Anke Pagels Millimetre VLBI monitoring of AGN with sub-mas resolutionAbstract

12.50-13.10 Shane O'Sullivan The Parsec-scale polarisation structure of a sample of high-z quasars

13.10-13.30 Ilia Pashchenko The Core-region rotation measures of BL Lac objects

13.30-14.45 LUNCH

14.50-15.10 Sarah Croke The Physical conditions in the parsec-scale jet of Mrk501

15.10-15.30 Krisztina Gabanyi Searching for Intraday Variability in the quasar B2005+403Abstract

15.30-15.50 Hayley Bignall The "Interstellar telescope" as a probe of micro-arcsecond scale structure in AGNAbstract

15.50-16.10 Andreas Papageorgiou Helical magnetic fields in radio jets

16.10-16.30 Alexander Pushkarev AGN with spine--sheath structures on parsec scales

16.30-16.50 BREAK

16.50-17.10 Eimear O'Callaghan VSOP and VLBA observations of the BL Lac object 0735+178

17.10-17.30 Vasilii Vitrishchak Parsec-scale circular polarisation measurements of AGN

17.30-17.50 Manuel Perucho Simulations of perturbed parsec-scale relativistic jets and 3C273Abstract

Wednesday, 1 September 2004

EXCURSION TO TIMOLEAGUE FRIARY, RING FORTS, STONE CIRCLES IN WEST CORK

Thursday, 2 September 2004

Other Active Galaxies and Radio Galaxies

9.40- 10.00 Andy Biggs Missing images in the lens B0128+437Abstract

10.00-10.20 Rodrigo Parra Modelling the OH maser emission in the galaxy III Zw 35Abstract

10.20-10.40 Alessandra Rossetti Statistical studies of compact, steep-spectrum sourcesAbstract

10.40-11.00 Dorota Koziel Investigations of giant extragalactic radio sourcesAbstract

11.00-11.20 Marica Branchesi Radio galaxies in an X-ray selected sample of Clusters (0.3 < z < 0.8)Abstract

11.20-11.40 TEA/COFFEE

11.40-12.00 Bjorn Emonts Origin and evolution of radio galaxies investigated with HI observationsAbstract

12.00-12.20 Nick Seymour Faint source counts at 20cm and the nature of the faint radio populationAbstract

Spiral Galaxies

12.20-12.40 Rosita Paladino Radio continuum and CO emission in spiral galaxiesAbstract

12.40-13.00 Katarina Kovac A Search for the lowest mass galaxies: The HI viewAbstract

13.00-14.30 LUNCH

14.30-14.50 Benita Freliha HI absorption in nearby disk galaxiesAbstract

14.50-15.10 Jorge Pineda CI measurements in metal-poor environmentsAbstract

15.10-15.30 Franz Kenn The Dark halo in the spiral galaxy NGC755Abstract

15.50-16.10 Alex Wood Gravitational microlensing and the structure of our GalaxyAbstract

16.10-17.00 POSTER VIEWING

Friday, 3 September 2004

Instruments and Techniques

9.00- 9.20 Massimo Candotti The HIFI Instrument for the ESA Herschel Space ObservatoryAbstract

9.20-9.40 Mikko Parviainen Quick point source extraction from Planck satellite dataAbstract

9.40-10.00 Emily Gleeson The High Frequency Instrument on the ESA Planck Surveyor SatelliteAbstract

10.00-10.50 John Richer Review: High frequency radio astronomy: science and techniques

10.50-11.10 Gary Cahill QUAD, a CMB polarisation experiment for the South Pole

11.10-11.30 TEA/COFFEE

11.30-11.50 Denise Gabuzda A Radio Telescope for Ireland

11.50-12.10 Karlis Berzins Methanol maser observations with the VIRAC RT-32 at 12~GHzAbstract

12.10-12.30 Susanna Tokhchukova Realization of a new regime of observations at RATAN-600Abstract

12.30-12.50 Olga Suarez Fernandez PARTNER: A Radio telescope for educational useAbstract

12.50-13.40 Niall O'Murchadha Gravitational waves and their detection

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