The New Era of Multi-Messenger Astrophysics

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    Monday 25 March 19:00: Welcome reception -Franck Smit (University Building, Spiegelzaal)
This reception is offered to you by the University of Groningen, the Municipality of Groningen and the Province of Groningen.
Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
  26 March 27 March 28 March 29 March
  9:00 AM Welcome to ASTERICS:
Multi-messenger astrophysics and ASTERICS results
(C. Jackson and ASTERICS leaders)
F. Genova (CNRS)
Access, Discovery and Interoperability of multi-wavelength/multi-messenger data
E. Bernardini (DESY)
Astrophysical Neutrinos
(tentative title)
Joint Observation planning and Follow-ups (G. Anderson)
  9:15 AM H. Ayala (Pennsylvania State University)
AMON: Multimessenger alerts from high-energy gamma rays and neutrinos
  9:30 AM S. Nissanke (UvA)
Gravitational waves and the birth of Multi-Messenger Astrophysics
(tentative title)
M. Allen (CDS)
All-sky astrophysics enabled by innovative systems for indexing the sky
A. Palladino (DESY)
On the sources of high energy neutrinos

How to implement more flexible operating models for joint observations or ToOs?
  9:45 AM A. Nebot (Observatoire Astronomique de Strasbourg)
Exploring Time Domain Multi-Messenger Astronomy through the Virtual Observatory
F. Krauss (UvA)
Neutrinos on ice - Blazars as counterparts to neutrinos above 100 TeV
  10:00 AM M. Bejger (Laboratory AstroParticle and Cosmology)
Machine learning classification for gravitational-wave triggers in single-detector periods
E. Kuulkers (ESA)
Coordinating observations among ground and space-based telescopes in the multi-messenger era
S. Britzen (MPIfR)
Neutrinos from TXS 0506+056
  10:15 AM V. Savchenko (University of Geneva)
Hunting for elusive multi-messenger transients with INTEGRAL
G. Greco (University Urbino)
Working with Gravitational-Wave sky localizations: new methods and implementations
S. Sclafani (IceCube, Drexel University)
Constraints on neutrino emission in the local universe using 2MASS redshift survey with IceCube
  10:30 AM  
  10:45 AM
  11:05 AM G. Ghirlanda (Brera Observatory)
Gamma-Ray Bursts and Gravitational waves
(tentative title)
M. Molinaro (INAF)
ESFRIs & VO: networking and discussing
D. Dornic (CNRS)
Multi-messenger real-time analysis framework of the KM3NeT neutrino telescope
Stardardizing of VOEvent and archives (E. Petroff)
  11:15 AM A. Trovato (CNRS)
GWOSC: Gravitational Wave Open Science Center
L. Rauch (DESY)
Searching for Optical Counterparts to High-Energy Neutrino Sources with ZTF
D. Morris (University of Edinburgh)
VOEvents and standards
  11:30 AM A. Nathanail (Goethe University of Frankfurt)
Magnetized jets and explosions from the merger of a Neutron star binary
C. Boisson (Observatoire de Paris)
Archiving data from a software telescope
R. Stein (DESY)
Search for High-Energy Neutrinos from Populations of Optical Transients

VOEvents contain information that is useful for later analysis; how do
we store that information in a way that can be easily extracted and
interpreted later?
  11:45 AM D. Paul (Tata Institute of Fundamental Research)
The binary neutron star merger rate via the luminosity function of gamma-ray bursts
J. Jarvis (OU)
The benefits of public engagement
M. Colomer Molla (Laboratory AstroParticle and Cosmology)
Multimessenger searches with the ANTARES and KM3NeT neutrino telescopes
  12:00 PM E. Howell (University of Western Australia)
Joint gravitational wave - gamma-ray burst detection rates in the aftermath of GW170817
P. Homola (Institute of Nuclear Physics PAN)
Public engagement as a scientific tool to implement multi-messenger strategies with the Cosmic-Ray Extremely Distributed Observatory
M. Lincetto (Aix Marseille Univ)
Supernova detection and real-time alerts with the KM3NeT neutrino telescopes
  12:15 PM R. Duque (Institut d'Astrophysique de Paris)
Neutron Star Merger Afterglows: Population Prospects for the Gravitational Wave Era
  12:30 PM  
  12:45 PM
  1:00 AM
  1:15 AM
  1:30 PM S. Bhattacharyya (Tata Institute of Fundamental Research)
Do some millisecond pulsars emit gravitational waves?
D. Mourard (CNRS)
About policies for multi-wavelengths/multi-messengers astrophysics
P. Ruehl (University of Siegen)
Searches for ultra-high-energy photons at the Pierre Auger Observatory
Facilitating Data sharing (S. Matheusen)
  1:45 AM I. Bartos (University of Florida)
Multi-messenger Astroparticle Physics in the Gravitational-wave Era
A. Bonaldi (SKAO)
SKA science and multi-messenger synergies
H. Prokoph (DESY)
Follow-up observations of multi-messenger alerts with H.E.S.S.
D. Berge (DESY)
Towards a framework for multi-messenger data sharing
  2:00 PM U. Barres de Almeida (Brazilian Center for Research in Physics)
Science with the CTA
C. Hoischen (Potsdam University)
The H.E.S.S. transients alert system
  2:15 AM M. Seglar-Arroyo (CEA Saclay-Irfu)
Searches for counterparts of Gravitational Waves with VHE gamma-ray observatorie
Michael Sterzik (ESO)
ELT science and its potential for multi-messenger astrophysics
M. Kerr (Naval Research Laboratory)
Glowbug, a Gamma-Ray Telescope for Bursts and Other Transients
  2:30 PM D. Carbone (Texas Tech University)
Identifying EM counterparts to NS-NS mergers: an Optimized Radio Follow-up Strategy
D. Darnic (CNRS)
KM3NeT science and multi-messenger synergies
B. Miller (Gemini Observatory)
Gemini Operations for Multi-Messenger Astronomy
  2:45 AM K. Gourdij (UvA)
LOFAR triggered observations of gravitational wave merger events and GRBs
Job de Kleuver (APPEC)
Multi-messenger science in the European Astroparticle Physics Strategy 2017-2026
I. Andreoni (Caltech)
Discovering electromagnetic counterparts with ZTF, DECam, and GROWTH facilities
  3:00 PM  
  3:15 AM
  3:30 PM J. Hessels (ASTRON/UvA)
Multi-messenger view on Fast Radio Bursts
(tentative title)
J. Racusin (NASA)
Future NASA Missions for Multi-Messenger Astrophysics
T. Vuillaume (CNRS)
Observatory e-environments linked by common challenges
Facilitating Joint Analysis (C. Boisson)
  3:45 AM D. Morcuende (Complutense University of Madrid)
Simulation of fluorescence radiation for Cherenkov observatories
J. Nordin (Humboldt-Universitšt zu Berlin)
AMPEL: a streaming data analysis framework
  4:00 PM B. Marcote (JIVE)
Observing a Fast Radio Burst from radio wavelengths to very high energy gamma-rays
J. Lightfoot (Royal Observatory, Edinburgh)
A Platform for Multi-Messenger Observing
C. Bozza (INFN)
pLISA: a parallel Library for Identification and Study of Astroparticles and its application to KM3NeT

How can we best facilitate joint analysis of MM alerts/events?
  4:15 AM G. Anderson (ICRAR - Curtin University)
Rapid-response radio telescopes in the era of multi-messenger astrophysics
S. Antier (LAL)
Multi-messenger science with VIRGO
(tentative title)
A. Keimpema (JIVE)
Efficient remote interactive pipelines using CASA and Jupyter
  4:30 PM E. Petroff (UvA)
A VOEvent Standard for Fast Radio Bursts
A. Levan University of Warwick)
ENGRAVE: Gravitational Wave Follow-up at the European Southern Observatory
C. van Tour (OPNT BV)
White rabbit time and frequency transfer in SURFnet8 network for VLBI purposes
  4:45 AM S. Bethapudi (University of Texas)
VLITE-Fast: VLA's commensal FRB search engine
J. Vink (UvA)
The Athena X-ray mission and its synergy with the next generation of multi-messenger facilities
P. Boven (JIVE)
Dwingeloo telescope VLBI with a remote maser
  5:00 PM DISCUSSION M. Yoshida (Subaru Telescope, NAOJ)
J-GEM collaboration: an optical-infrared follow-up observation network
L. Jouvin (IFAE)
Open data and tools for gamma-ray astronomy
Conclusions and Final remarks
  5:15 AM DISCUSSION H. Verkouter (JIVE)
Are you up for faster dissemination of your data?
  5:30 PM  
      Color labels:  
      Multi-Messenger observations of GW and search for counterparts
  Monday 25 March 19:00: Welcome reception (Academy Building, Spiegelzaal) Fast Radio Bursts
  Tuesday 26 March 18:30: Conference Dinner (het Feithhuis) Data Access / Open science
  Wednesday 27 March 20:00: Public lecture (Academy Building) Multi-Messenger observations of Neutrinos and search for counterparts
      Software and technology for multi-messenger observations and data analysis
      International Coordination
      Alert Mechanisms and multi-messenger coordination platforms