The 3C Extragalactic Radio Sky: Legacy of the Third Cambridge Catalogue

from Monday, 16 September 2019 (08:00) to Friday, 20 September 2019 (19:00)
Torino - Italy (Aula Darwin)

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
16 Sep 2019
17 Sep 2019
18 Sep 2019
19 Sep 2019
20 Sep 2019
A historical perspective of the Third Cambridge catalogue (until 12:30) (Aula Darwin)
09:05 The 3CR Radio Sources - personal reflections - Prof. Malcom Longair   (Aula Darwin)
09:40 3CR, 3CRR and Jet Physics - Dr Robert Laing (SKA)   (Aula Darwin)
10:10 Revisiting the Fanaroff-Riley dichotomy with the LOFAR Two-Metre Sky Survey (LoTSS) - Dr Beatriz Mingo (The Open University)   (Aula Darwin)
10:30 --- Coffee Break ---
11:00 Observing the 3C Survey of Radio Sources - Bruce McAdam (University of Sydney)   (Aula Darwin)
11:30 The sequence of events that led to the 1963 publication in Nature of 3C273, the first Quasar and the first extragalactic radio jet - Dr David Jauncey (CSIRO Astronomy & Astrophtsics, and Research School of Astronomy & Astrophysics, Australian National University, Australia)   (Aula Darwin)
11:50 Catalogue with visual morphological classification of 32,616 radio galaxies with optical hosts - Natalia Zywucka (Centre for Space Research, North-West University, Potchefstroom, South Africa)   (Aula Darwin)
12:10 Nature vs nurture: what shapes the hybrid jet morphology of radio galaxies? - Anna Kapinska (National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO))   (Aula Darwin)
Radio-loud active galaxies and their environments: feedback mechanisms - intracluster medium - mergers, shocks and cavities - role of BCGs - non-thermal processes (until 14:00) (Aula Darwin)
09:00 The case for AGN feedback in clusters of galaxies - Prof. Julie Hlavacek-Larrondo   (Aula Darwin)
09:30 A multi-scale low radio frequency view of the Perseus cluster - Marie-Lou Gendron-Marsolais (European Southern Observatory)   (Aula Darwin)
09:50 NuSTAR observations of 3C84 in the Perseus Cluster - Grzegorz Madejski (SLAC)   (Aula Darwin)
10:10 The Slow Heartbeat of Supermassive Black Hole Fuelling - Alastair Edge (Durham University)   (Aula Darwin)
10:30 --- Cofee Break ---
11:00 Galaxy clusters at low radio frequencies - Prof. Reinout Van Weeren   (Aula Darwin)
11:30 Is AGN activity necessary to power diffuse emission in galaxy clusters? - Chiara Stuardi (Universita' di Bologna)   (Aula Darwin)
11:50 Stormy weather in 3C 196.1: Nuclear Outbursts and Merger Events Shape the Environment of the Hybrid Radio Galaxy 3C 196.1 - Dr Federica Ricci   (Aula Darwin)
12:10 --- Group photo ---
12:30 --- Lunch ---
Frontiers of MHD simulations at all scales: jets, outflows, and intracluster medium (until 14:10) (Aula Darwin)
09:00 Frontiers in Computational Plasma Astrophysics: connecting small and large scales - Prof. Andrea Mignone   (Aula Darwin)
09:30 How relativistic jets from AGNs affect the host galaxy and its environment - Dr Dipanjan Mukherjee (Observatory of Torino (INAF))   (Aula Darwin)
09:50 Jets, Blobs, and Circular Polarization: Using PLUTO to Model Time Domain Variability in Blazars - Nicholas MacDonald (Max Planck Institute for Radio Astronomy (MPIfR))   (Aula Darwin)
10:10 Self-consistent modeling of particle acceleration and evolution of spectral distribution in blazars. - Andrea Tramacere (Astronomy Department of the University of Geneva,)   (Aula Darwin)
10:30 --- Coffee break ---
11:00 What makes a good jet? - Prof. Alexander Tchekhovskoy   (Aula Darwin)
11:30 Hot Relativistic Jets - Marek Sikora (N. Copernicus Astronomical Center)   (Aula Darwin)
11:50 Theory vs. observations: Unraveling black hole accretion physics with the Event Horizon Telescope - Mr Michael Janssen (Radboud University)   (Aula Darwin)
12:10 Reconnection and Associated Flares in Global Relativistic Jets Containing Helical Magnetic Fields with PIC Simulations - Prof. Kenichi Nishikawa (Alabama A&M University)   (Aula Darwin)
14:00 --- Tour Buses Departure from Conference Venue ---
Extragalactic jets at all scales: from the central supermassive black hole to their interaction with the large scale environments (until 11:00) (Aula Darwin)
09:00 Powerful Radio Galaxies: The Heavy Lifters of the Universe - Prof. Brian McNamara   (Aula Darwin)
09:30 The cool ISM reservoirs of powerful radio galaxies: a new window on fuelling and triggering - Clive Tadhunter (University of Sheffield)   (Aula Darwin)
09:50 The MURALES survey: a MUse RAdio Loud Emission lines Snapshot - Barbara Balmaverde (INAF - Osservatorio astronomico di Brera)   (Aula Darwin)
10:10 Feedback in local radio galaxies using optical IFS - Guilherme Couto (Universidad de Antofagasta)   (Aula Darwin)
10:30 --- Coffee break ---
Special Session A,B,C (until 12:30) (Aula Darwin)
Quasars and Blazars: the heritage of 3C273, 3C279, and 3C454.3 (until 17:30) (Aula Darwin)
09:00 Legacy of Monitoring Parsec-Scale Jets of the Quasars 3C279, 3C273, and 3C454.3 - Dr Svetlana Jorstad (IAR, Boston University)   (Aula Darwin)
09:30 Centimeter-band Variability in 3C 273, 3C 279, and 3C 345 as a Probe of Jet Evolution - Margo Aller (University of Michigan)   (Aula Darwin)
09:50 Multiwavelength behaviour of the blazar 3C 279: decade-long studies from $\gamma$-rays to radio. - Valeri Larionov (St.Petersburg University)   (Aula Darwin)
10:10 Exploring the Dominant Gamma-Ray Emission Mechanism using Multiwavelength Variability Analysis. Case Study: 3C 279 - Dr Victor Manuel Patiño Alvarez   (Aula Darwin)
10:30 --- Coffee Break ---
11:00 Analysis of 3C 279 Orphan Gamma-Ray Flare - Dr Tiffany Lewis (University of Haifa/Tel Aviv Univeristy)   (Aula Darwin)
11:20 Acceleration of AGN jets on parsec-to-kiloparsec scales. - Alexander Kutkin (ASC LPI)   (Aula Darwin)
11:40 The radio properties of FR0 radio galaxies - Dr Ranieri Diego Baldi (University of Southampton)   (Aula Darwin)
12:20 Peering Into the Extended X-ray Emission on Megaparsec Scale in 3C 187 - Alessandro Paggi (INAF-OATo)   (Aula Darwin)
12:40 --- Lunch ---
14:00 Special Session Summary: Radio Galaxy Classification - Prof. Lawrence Rudnick   (Aula Darwin)
14:20 Special Session Summary: Multi-wavelength perspective of the 3C radio sources - Barbara Balmaverde (INAF - Osservatorio astronomico di Brera)   (Aula Darwin)
14:50 Special Session Summary: Polarimetry - Prof. Alan Marscher   (Aula Darwin)
15:20 --- Coffee break ---
15:50 Radio galaxies in gamma rays - Marcello Giroletti (INAF Istituto di Radioastronomia)   (Aula Darwin)
16:10 Gamma-emission and variability: Beaming in Radiogalaxies - Stefan Wagner (LSW, U. Heidelberg)   (Aula Darwin)
16:30 Closing lecture - Prof. Diana Worrall   (Aula Darwin)
17:05 Concluding remarks - Prof. Francesco Massaro   (Aula Darwin)
A panchromatic view of past and future radio surveys (until 18:00) (Aula Darwin)
12:30 --- Lunch ---
14:00 The HST view of extragalactic 3C radio sources: from the central supermassive black holes to galaxy clusters - Dr Marco Chiaberge (STSCI)   (Aula Darwin)
14:30 The promise of next-generation RC surveys: Revealing the physics and evolution of galaxies and AGN in the SKA era - Dr Isabella Prandoni   (Aula Darwin)
15:00 Radio bimodality of Swift/BAT AGNs and SDSS quasars - Katarzyna Rusinek (Nicolaus Copernicus Astronomical Center Polish Academy of Sciences)   (Aula Darwin)
15:20 --- Coffee break ---
16:00 X-ray and multi-wavelength observations of z>0.5 3CRR radio galaxies. - Dr Belinda Wilkes (SAO)   (Aula Darwin)
16:30 Unravelling the origin of extended X-ray emission surrounding FR II radio galaxies - Ana Jimenez-Gallardo (Dipartimento di Fisica, Università degli Studi di Torino)   (Aula Darwin)
16:50 Radio morphology-accretion mode link in FRII low-excitation radio galaxies - Duccio Macconi (OAS-Bologna, DIFA Bologna)   (Aula Darwin)
17:10 The composite X-ray spectrum and pc-scale radio structure of 3C RR radio sources - Prof. Minfeng Gu (Shanghai Astronomical Observatory, CAS)   (Aula Darwin)
17:30 --- Aperitive ---
The most famous 3C sources (until 17:30) (Aula Darwin)
14:00 Recent results from JVLA Observations of Cygnus A - Dr Rick Perley (NRAO)   (Aula Darwin)
14:30 X-ray Observations of Cygnus A: a Powerful Radio Galaxy in a Dense Environment - Paul Nulsen (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics)   (Aula Darwin)
14:50 Feeding and feedback in radio galaxies: an X-ray perspective - Francesco Tombesi (University of Rome "Tor Vergata")   (Aula Darwin)
15:10 The Quasi-Quasar 3C 120 - Alan Marscher (Boston University)   (Aula Darwin)
15:30 --- Coffee break ---
16:00 M87 (aka 3C274; Virgo A): The interaction between M87’s black hole and its environment - Dr William Forman   (Aula Darwin)
16:30 Detection of Proper Motions in the Knots of the M87 (3C 274) Jet with the Chandra X-ray Observatory - Dr Ralph Kraft (SAO)   (Aula Darwin)
16:50 Exploring new data and imaging frontiers with the Event Horizon Telescope - Dr Sara Issaoun   (Aula Darwin)
17:10 M87 black hole mass from observations of a jet shape break - Elena Nokhrina (Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology)   (Aula Darwin)
Social Dinner at "La Piazza dei mestieri" (until 22:30) (Aula Darwin)
20:00 The 3C Survey - A personal perspective - Dr Alastair Edge   (Aula Darwin)
Lunch (until 14:00) (Aula Darwin)
Extragalactic jets at all scales: from the central supermassive black hole to their interaction with the large scale environments (until 19:05) (Aula Darwin)
14:00 Dynamical modelling of powerful radio galaxies and their environmental impact - Martin Hardcastle (University of Hertfordshire)   (Aula Darwin)
14:30 Life-cycle of radio galaxies seen by LOFAR - Raffaella Morganti (ASTRON and Kapteyn Institute (NL))   (Aula Darwin)
14:50 Resolved spectral studies in the SKA era: radio galaxies and the AGES-XL survey - Jeremy Harwood (University of Hertfordshire)   (Aula Darwin)
15:10 Resolved spectral ageing in 3C320 and 3C444 - Vijay Mahatma   (Aula Darwin)
15:30 A study of different orientation of jet axes in DDRGs - Sumana Nandi (Indian Institute of Astrophysics)   (Aula Darwin)
15:50 --- Coffee break ---
16:20 A new class of radio structures: hybrid ICM/radio tails - Prof. Lawrence Rudnick (University of Minnesota)   (Aula Darwin)
16:40 A low frequency view on the restarted radio galaxy 3C388 - Marisa Brienza (IRA-INAF Bologna)   (Aula Darwin)
17:00 A correlation between supermassive black holes and the hot atmospheres of host galaxies - Prof. Norbert Werner (MTA-ELTE Lendulet Hot Universe Research Group)   (Aula Darwin)
17:20 POSTER HAIKUS   (Aula Darwin)
17:45 --- Aperitive and Poster session ---
Farewell (until 19:00) (Aula Darwin)