Half a Century of Blazars and Beyond

Europe/Rome
Aula Darwin (Torino - Italy)

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Torino - Italy

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Description
 
Blazars are exemplary systems in which to study relativistic jet processes and connections to accretion onto super-massive black holes. Over half a century ago, studies began recognizing blazars as being distinguished by their flat radio spectra, compactness, variability, and polarized radio and optical emission. Over the past decade, they have become ubiquitous in the high-energy gamma-ray and very-high energy gamma-ray skies. Importantly, blazars have an expanding role in understanding high-energy astrophysics processes and significance in multi-messenger observations, thus driving future mission endeavors.
 
The Fermi Large Area Telescope has changed the landscape, offering 1000’s of gamma-ray blazars for study, and will provide continual all-sky monitoring over the coming decade. The gamma-ray monitoring will soon be joined by sky-survey capabilities in X-rays, optical, radio, infrared, and TeV gamma-rays, bringing an unprecedentedly complete multi-wavelength picture of their population. The Event Horizon Telescope is already making its mark in directly probing the collimation region of the jet base. The coming decade will also realize the multi-messenger connection particularly with IceCube high-energy neutrinos, and the possible role of blazars in the production of ultra high energy cosmic rays is being explored. How blazars may contribute to our understanding binary supermassive black hole systems with Pulsar Timing Arrays and in the LISA-era is ripe for study.

This conference will aim to synthesize the current observational and theoretical understanding of blazars and will anticipate coming frontiers in blazar research including X-ray and gamma-ray polarimetry, MeV gamma-ray prospects with proposed missions, and prospective X-ray imaging studies. The observations anticipated will be driven by advances in understanding of particle acceleration mechanisms through simulations and theory.

The conference is motivated by the
10th anniversary of the launch of Fermi (June 11, 2008) as well as the 40th anniversary of the Pittsburgh Conference on BL Lac Objects (April, 1978), where the blazar name was famously coined by Ed Spiegel at the conference dinner. We will plan to celebrate both Fermi’s (the satellite and its namesake) and their contributions from the vantage point of blazars.



TOPICS:
  • Gamma-ray linchpin: Fermi and Beyond (e-ASTROGAM and AMEGO, CTA)
  • Role of X-ray and Gamma-ray polarimetry (XIPE, IXPE)
  • Jet collimation on Event-Horizon Scales
  • The (Enrico) Fermi connection: particle acceleration, jet launching, and simulations
  • Connection to ultrahigh-energy cosmic rays and neutrinos
  • Identification, population, and time-domain studies with panchromatic all-sky surveys
  • Jet signatures of super-massive black hole binaries and relation to low-frequency gravitational waves

Download the Conference Poster (HD) here:
 
https://agenda.infn.it/conferenceDisplay.py/getPic?picId=11&confId=14538

We look forward to seeing you in Torino


Participants
  • Aditi Agarwal
  • Aimo Sillanpää
  • Alan Marscher
  • Alberto Dominguez
  • Alessandro Caccianiga
  • Alessandro Paggi
  • Alexander Kutkin
  • Alexander Plavin
  • Alexander Pushkarev
  • Andrea Mignone
  • Andrea Tramacere
  • Andreas Zech
  • Angela Sandrinelli
  • Anna Lisa Celotti
  • Anton Strigachev
  • Antonio Fuentes
  • Antonio Stamerra
  • Ashwani Pandey
  • Axel Arbet-Engels
  • Barbara Balmaverde
  • Barbara Biasuzzi
  • Boyko Mihov
  • C.C. Teddy Cheung
  • Carolina Casadio
  • Catherine Boisson
  • Chiara Righi
  • Claudia M. Raiteri
  • Dario Gasparrini
  • Dmitry Blinov
  • Elena Nokhrina
  • Elisa Prandini
  • Emmanouil Angelakis
  • Fabrizio Tavecchio
  • Federico Di Pierro
  • Filippo D'Ammando
  • Francesca Panessa
  • Francesco Massaro
  • Gabriele Bruni
  • Gabriele Ghisellini
  • Giacomo Bonnoli
  • Goldoni Paolo
  • Grzegorz Madejski
  • Helene Sol
  • Henric Krawczynski
  • Howard Smith
  • Ioannis Liodakis
  • Ioannis Myserlis
  • Ivan Agudo
  • Jean-Philippe Lenain
  • John Quinn
  • John Wardle
  • Jose A. Acosta Pulido
  • Jose L. Gomez
  • Josefa Becerra Gonzalez
  • Julian Sitarek
  • Junhui Fan
  • Justin Finke
  • Jérémy Mortier
  • Katsuaki Asano
  • Kazuhiro Hada
  • Kenichi Nishikawa
  • Luigi Costamante
  • Luigi Pacciani
  • Marcello Giroletti
  • Maria Charisi
  • Maria Isabel Carnerero Martin
  • Maria Petropoulou
  • Markus Boettcher
  • Massimo Villata
  • Matteo Cerruti
  • Matthew Lister
  • Meg Urry
  • Michael Johnson
  • Michael Kreter
  • Michela Negro
  • Mitchell Begelman
  • Monika Moscibrodzka
  • Nicholas MacDonald
  • Nicolao Fornengo
  • Paolo Padovani
  • Patrizia Romano
  • Paul Morris
  • Renato Falomo
  • Rocco Lico
  • Rumen Bachev
  • Santiago Pita
  • Sergey Savchenko
  • Sergio Cellone
  • Silke Britzen
  • Simona Paiano
  • Stefan Wagner
  • Stefano Covino
  • Stefano Vercellone
  • Svetlana Jorstad
  • Talvikki Hovatta
  • Thalia Traianou
  • Tigran Arshakyan
  • Timur Dzhatdoev
  • Tuomas Savolainen
  • Uwe Bach
  • Valeri Larionov
  • Victor Manuel Patino Alvarez
  • Vincenzo Galluzzi
  • Wara Chamani
  • Wrijupan Bhattacharyya
  • Wystan Benbow
  • Yu-Ling Chang
  • Yuri Kovalev
  • ZAKARIA MELIANI
  • Zhi-Yuan Pei
  • Zulema Abraham
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    • 5:30 PM
      Welcome Cocktails TBD (Turin City Center)

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      Turin City Center

    • Welcome - Francesco Massaro Aula Darwin

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    • Opening Aula Darwin

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      • 1
        Outstanding Problems in Blazar Astrophysics (Opening Lecture)
        Speaker: Alan Marscher (Boston University)
        Slides
    • Identification, population, and panchromatic all-sky surveys Aula Darwin

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        The Devil is in the Details: Using High-Cadence, Multiwavelength Observations to Understand the Disk-Jet Connection in Blazars (Invited)
        Speaker: Jedidah ISLER (Vanderbilt University)
        Slides
      • 3
        Twenty years of the Whole Earth Blazar Telescope (WEBT)
        Speaker: Claudia Raiteri (INAF - OATo)
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    • 10:15 AM
      Coffee Break Aula Darwin

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    • Identification, population, and panchromatic all-sky surveys Aula Darwin

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      • 4
        The Extraordinary Flare of CTA 102 in 2016 - 2017
        Speaker: Markus BOETTCHER (North-West University)
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      • 5
        Quasi-simultaneous decade-long optical and gamma-ray monitoring of selected blazars: the confrontation of the two energy ranges and its outcome
        Speaker: Valeri LARIONOV ((St. Petersburg State University))
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        Multiwavelength studies of blazars
        Speaker: Aditi AGARWAL (Indian Institute of Astrophysics)
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        Multi-wavelength flaring activity in bright blazars
        Speaker: Ioannis LIODAKIS (KIPAC - Stanford University)
        Slides
      • 8
        Radio core dominance of Fermi blazars
        Speaker: Zhi-yuan PEI (University of Padova)
        Slides
    • LOC announcements Aula Darwin

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      Lunch Time Aula Darwin

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    • Identification, population, and panchromatic all-sky surveys Aula Darwin

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      • 9
        Parsec-Scale Studies of Blazar Jet Kinematics (Invited)
        Speaker: Matt LISTER (Purdue University)
        Slides
      • 10
        Dramatic Multi-Wavelength Outburst of the Quasar 4C+29.45 at the End of 2017
        Speaker: Svetlana JORSTAD (Boston University)
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      • 11
        Relationship between Gamma-Rays and the pc-scale Radio Jet in 3C 279
        Speaker: Victor Manuel PATIÑO ALVAREZ (Max Planck Institute for Radio Astronomy)
    • 3:10 PM
      Coffee Break Aula Darwin

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    • Gamma-ray linchpin: VHE Connections Aula Darwin

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      • 12
        Signatures of the extragalactic background light in gamma-rays (Fermi@10 special talk)
        Speaker: Alberto DOMINGUEZ (Universidad Computense de Madrid)
      • 13
        TeV blazars with H.E.S.S.
        Speaker: Matteo CERRUTI (CNRS - LPNHE)
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      • 14
        Highlights from the VERITAS Blazar Observation Program
        Speaker: Wystan BENBOW (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics)
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      • 15
        MAGIC blazars in a multi-wavelength context
        Speaker: Elisa PRANDINI (University of Padova - INFN Padova)
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        Two-component jet scenarios and blazar classification
        Speaker: Helene SOL (CNRS - Observatoire de Paris)
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        Connecting Blazar Kinematics to Supermassive Black Holes: Dynamical Imaging with the Event Horizon Telescope (Invited)
        Speaker: Michael JOHNSON (Harvard University)
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    • LOC announcements Aula Darwin

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    • 8:00 PM
      Fermi@10 Special Dinner La Piazza dei Mestieri (Torino, Italy)

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    • Gamma-ray linchpin: Fermi (and Beyond) Aula Darwin

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        The Fourth catalogue of AGN detected by Fermi-LAT (Fermi@10 Special talk)
        Speaker: Dario GASPARRINI (SSDC)
        Slides
      • 19
        The blazar sequence is alive (Review)
        Speaker: Gabriele GHISELLINI (INAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di Brera)
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      • 20
        To BLR or not to BLR ? The Fermi-LAT view
        Speaker: Luigi COSTAMANTE (Italian Space Agency)
        Slides
    • 10:25 AM
      Coffee Break Aula Darwin

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    • Gamma-ray linchpin: Fermi (and Beyond) Aula Darwin

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      • 21
        High Energy flares of FSRQs: the connection with the accretion disk luminosity
        Speaker: Luigi PACCIANI (IAPS-INAF)
        Slides
      • 22
        Chasing hidden TeV beacons in the elusive population of extreme HBLs
        Speaker: Giacomo BONNOLI (University  of Siena - INFN Pisa - INAF- Bologna Astronomical Observatory)
      • 23
        Extreme TeV blazars as probes of the intergalactic medium: beyond the absorption-only model
        Speaker: Timur DZHATDOEV (Moscow State University)
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      • 24
        The Cherenkov Telescope Array view of extra-galactic jetted sources
        Speaker: Stefano VERCELLONE (INAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di Brera)
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    • 12:15 PM
      Lunch Time Aula Darwin

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    • Gamma-ray linchpin: (Fermi) and Beyond Aula Darwin

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      • 25
        Joint NuSTAR and Fermi observations of blazars
        Speaker: Grzegorz MADEJSKI (SLAC)
        Slides
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        X-ray Intraday Flux and Spectral Variability of TeV Blazars with NuSTAR
        Speaker: Ashwani PANDEY (Aryabhatta Research Institute of Observational Sciences (ARIES))
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      • 27
        A multi-wavelength view of the most extreme X-ray flare from Mrk 501
        Speaker: Josefa BECERRA GONZÁLEZ (Instituto de Astrofisica de Canarias)
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        FERMI transient J1544-0649: a flaring radio-weak BL Lac
        Speaker: GABRIELE BRUNI (INAF - Institute for Space Astrophysics and Planetology)
        Slides
    • POSTER HAIKUS Aula Darwin

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    • 3:30 PM
      Coffee Break Aula Darwin

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    • Gamma-ray linchpin: (Fermi) and Beyond Aula Darwin

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      • 29
        Restarting activity in the nucleus of PBC J2333.9-2343 (HERNANDEZ-GARCIA et al.)
        Speaker: Francesca PANESSA (IAPS-INAF)
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        Jet physics of blazar-like narrow-line Seyfert 1 galaxies in the Fermi era
        Speaker: Filippo D'AMMANDO (INAF-IRA Bologna)
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        Collimation, acceleration and recollimation shock in the jet of gamma-ray emitting radio-loud NLS1 galaxy 1H 0323+342
        Speaker: Kazuhiro HADA (National Astronomical Observatory of Japan)
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        Gamma loud NLS1s: a low scale version of FSRQs?
        Speaker: Catherine BOISSON (LUTH - Observatoire de Paris)
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        Spectroscopy of extragalactic gamma-ray emitters: new identification, classification and redshift
        Speaker: Simona PAIANO (INAF - Padova Astronomical Observatory)
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        Search for AGN counterparts of unidentified Fermi-LAT sources using optical polarimetry
        Speaker: Dmitry BLINOV (University of Crete)
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    • Role of polarimetry, including X-ray and Gamma-ray polarimetry Aula Darwin

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      • 35
        Magnetic fields in blazar jets (Invited)
        Speaker: Talvikki HOVATTA (Tuorla Observatory)
        Slides
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        Delving Deeper into Blazars Cores with 3mm GMVA Polarimetric Observation
        Speaker: Carolina CASADIO (Max Planck Institute for Radio Astronomy)
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        Scrutiny of the recollimation shock in BL Lacertae on sub parsec scales
        Speaker: Tigran ARSHAKIAN (Byurakan Astrophysical Observatory)
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        X-Ray and Gamma-Ray Spectropolarimetric Observations of Active Galactic Nuclei (Invited)
        Speaker: Henric KRAWCZYNSKI (Washington University in St. Louis)
    • 10:25 AM
      Coffee Creak Aula Darwin

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    • Role of polarimetry, including X-ray and Gamma-ray polarimetry Aula Darwin

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        Polarization Monitoring of AGN at Millimeter Wavelengths with the IRAM 30m Telescope. First results and impact on blazar science
        Speaker: Ivan AGUDO (Instituto de Astrofisica de Andalucia (CSIC))
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        Blazar physics through multi-frequency circular and linear polarization monitoring
        Speaker: Ioannis MYSERLIS (Max Planck Institute for Radio Astronomy)
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        Optical polarisation variability of radio loud narrow line Seyfert 1 galaxies
        Speaker: Emmanouil ANGELAKIS (Max Planck Institute for Radio Astronomy)
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      • 42
        Fermi, Astrophysics and ISM (Invited)
        Speaker: Steven Shore (University of Pisa)
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    • The (Enrico) Fermi connection: particle acceleration, simulations, and theory Aula Darwin

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      • 43
        Dissipation and Particle Acceleration in Blazar Jets (Review)
        Speaker: Mitch BEGELMAN (University of Colorado, Boulder)
        Slides
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        Extragalactic Jet Dynamics after Half a Century of MHD modelling. Where are we? (Invited)
        Speaker: Andrea MIGNONE (UniTO)
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        Reconnection and Associated Flares in Global Relativistic Jets Containing Helical Magnetic Fields with PIC Simulations
        Speaker: Kenichi NISHIKAWA (Univeristy of Alabama in Huntsville)
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        Total and linearly polarized synchrotron emission from overpressured magnetized relativistic jets
        Speaker: Antonio FUENTES (Instituto de Astrofisica de Andalucia (CSIC))
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      Coffee Break Aula Darwin

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    • The (Enrico) Fermi connection: particle acceleration, simulations, and theory Aula Darwin

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        Broadband Modeling of Blazar Spectra with a Turbulent Acceleration Model
        Speaker: Katsuaki ASANO (Institute for Cosmic Ray Research - The University of Tokyo)
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        Signatures of stochastic acceleration in the spectral distributions of Synchro-Self-Compton sources: A self consistent modeling of TeV blazars' flare
        Speaker: Andrea TRAMACERE (ISDC)
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        Modelling blazar flaring using a time-dependent fluid jet emission model - an explanation for orphan flares and radio lags
        Speaker: William POTTER (University of Oxford)
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      • 50
        An observationally driven approach to blazars (Review)
        Speaker: Paolo PADOVANI (ESO)
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    • 12:35 PM
      Lunch Time Aula Darwin

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    • Jet signatures of super-massive black hole binaries and relation to low-frequency gravitational waves Aula Darwin

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      • 51
        Supermassive Black Hole Binary Candidates identified as blazars or quasars with periodic variability -- prospects for multi-messenger astronomy (Invited)
        Speaker: Maria CHARISI (Caltech)
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        OJ287: Deciphering the “Rosetta stone of blazars”
        Speaker: Silke BRITZEN (Max Planck Institute for Radio Astronomy)
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        Evidence of a Supermassive Black Hole Binary system in PG 1553+11.3
        Speaker: Zulema ABRAHAM (Sao Paulo University)
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        Year-long quasi-periodicities of gamma-ray blazars: A cautious approach
        Speaker: Stefano COVINO (INAF - Brera Astronomical Observatory)
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    • 3:10 PM
      Coffee Break Aula Darwin

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    • Particle content and connection to ultrahigh-energy cosmic rays and neutrinos Aula Darwin

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        Blazars as sources of high-energy neutrinos (Invited)
        Speaker: Maria PETROPOULOU (Princeton University)
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        Very High Energy gamma-ray detection by MAGIC from a direction coincident with the IceCube neutrino event
        Speaker: Wrijupan BHATTACHARYYA (DESY Zeuthen)
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        On the Detection Potential of Short Blazar Flares for Current Neutrino Telescopes
        Speaker: Michael KRETER (University of Wuerzburg)
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        Blazars as neutrinos factories
        Speaker: Chiara RIGHI (University of Insubria)
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      • 59
        Modeling the electromagnetic and neutrino flux for the IceCube candidate source TXS 0506+056
        Speaker: Andrea ZECH (LUTH - Observatoire de Paris)
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    • 7:30 PM
      Social Dinner I soliti Ignoti

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      Address: Corso Vittorio Emanuele II 181, 10139 Torino.

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    • Jet collimation on Event-Horizon scales and jet launching Aula Darwin

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        Cores of blazars studied at unprecedented angular resolution (Invited)
        Speaker: Yuri KOVALEV (Astro Space Center of Lebedev Physical Institute)
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        Relationship between interstellar scintillation and intrinsic variability of blazars
        Speaker: Jun Yi KOAY (Institute of Astronomy and Astrophysics, Academia Sinica)
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        Exploring the the radio and GeV-TeV gamma-ray emission connection in Fermi blazars
        Speaker: Rocco LICO (UniBo - INAF - Istituto di Radioastronomia)
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        Spectral Energy Distributions of Blazar substructure
        Speaker: Stefan WAGNER (LSW - University of Heidelberg)
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    • 10:30 AM
      Coffee Break Aula Darwin

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    • Jet collimation on Event-Horizon scales and jet launching Aula Darwin

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        Space-VLBI imaging of nearby radio galaxies with RadioAstron (Invited)
        Speaker: Toumas SAVOLAINEN (Aalto University)
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        First Principles Understanding of Black Hole Accretion
        Speaker: Monika MOSCIBRODZKA (Radboud University)
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        From the Micro to the Macro - Bridging the Gap Between The Theory and Observation of Blazar Jets
        Speaker: Nicholas MACDONALD (Max Planck Institute for Radio Astronomy)
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        Zooming into the jet launching region of the radio galaxy Cygnus A
        Speaker: UWE BACH (Max-Planck-Institut for Radioastronomy)
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    • Remembering the 1978 Pittsburg BL Lac meeting (J. Wardle) Aula Darwin

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    • 12:40 PM
      Lunch Time Aula Darwin

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    • Jet collimation on Event-Horizon scales and jet launching Aula Darwin

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        Probing the innermost regions of blazar jets at tens of microarcseconds through space and millimeter VLBI observations
        Speaker: Jose L. GOMEZ (Instituto de Astrofisica de Andalucia (CSIC))
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        Imaging the Innermost Jet Region of Radio Quasars 3C454.3 and OJ287
        Speaker: Thalia TRAIANOU (Max Planck Institute for Radio Astronomy)
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        The extreme blazar 0235+164 as seen by extensive ground and space radio observations
        Speaker: Alexander KUTKIN (Astro Space Center - LPI)
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        Time Variability of the Core-Shift Effect in the Blazar 3C454.3
        Speaker: Wara CHAMANI (Aalto University - Metsahovi Radio Observatory)
    • 3:20 PM
      Coffee Break Aula Darwin

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    • Jet collimation on Event-Horizon scales and jet launching Aula Darwin

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        AGN physics from multiepoch core-shift measurements in a large sample of radio sources
        Speaker: Alexander PLAVIN (Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology)
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        Correlation between jet magnetic flux and jet power
        Speaker: Elena NOKHRINA (Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology)
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        The Properties of Parsec-Scale Blazar Jets
        Speaker: Justin FINKE (NRL)
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    • Closing Aula Darwin

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        Closing Lecture
        Speaker: Meg URRY (Yale University)
    • Final Remarks Aula Darwin

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