22-24 October 2019
Auditorium della Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Firenze (Italy)
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Presentations

Current and future optical facilities in the multi-messenger era

Next-generation optical facilities in the multi-messenger era: the SOXS case, Sergio Campana (INAF-Brera)

MAVIS: sharper than JWST, deeper than HST, Giovanni Cresci (INAF-Arcetri)

Neutral hydrogen in the distant Universe - New HI absorption results from ASKAP, Elaine Sadler (CSIRO / University of Sydney)

The SkyHopper Space Telescope CubeSat, Michele Trenti (University of Melbourne)

 

Multi-wavelength and transient astronomy

Optical surveys in the multi-messenger era, Enrico Cappellaro (INAF-Padova)

Fast Radio Bursts and their multiwavelength follow-ups, Shivani Bhandari (CSIRO)

The host galaxies of Fast Radio Bursts with ASKAP and the VLT, Stuart Ryder (Macquarie University)

 

The role of current and future radio telescopes in the multi-messenger era

The role of current and future Italian radio telescopes, Federica Govoni (INAF-Cagliari)

Technology for radio astronomy, Tasso Tzioumis (CSIRO)

Gas and dust in the host galaxies of Gamma-Ray Bursts, Leslie Hunt (INAF-Arcetri)

The role of current and future radio telescopes in the multi-messenger era, Melanie Johnston-Hollitt (Curtin University)

A first glimpse of the Galactic Plane with ASKAP, Grazia Umana (INAF-Catania)

Untangling the Magnetic Field of the Giant Radio Galaxy ESO422-G028 with Australian SKA Precursors, Christopher Riseley (University of Bologna)

Jets at the extremes: the GLEAM and LAT view of blazars, Marcello Giroletti (INAF-IRA)

Digital beamforming with the cryogenic C-band PHAROS2 PAFAlessandro Navarrini (INAF-Cagliari)  

Combining large radio continuum surveys with multi-wavelength data to extract the science, Ray Norris (WSU / CSIRO)

Multi-frequency polarimetry of complete samples of extragalactic radio sources, Vincenzo Galluzzi (INAF-Trieste)

Assessing the RQ AGN population: results from observations of the G23 field with ASKAP and ATCA, Isabella Prandoni (INAF-IRA)

UAV-based Antenna Measurements for the Bridging Project of SKA1-low, Fabio Paonessa (CNR-IEIIT)

The Northern Cross Fast Radio Burst project, Gianni Bernardi (INAF-IRA)

 

Gravitational wave detectors and prospects for coordination with electro-magnetic astronomy

Looking for low frequency GWs with the Pulsar Timing Arrays, Andrea Possenti (INAF-Cagliari)

Gravitational wave detectors: prospects for the future, Viviana Fafone (University of Rome Tor Vergata / INFN)

The population properties of gravitational waves in the transient catalog, Eric Thrane (Monash University)

GW signal from transient astronomical events, Martina Toscani (University of Milan)

 

The history of astronomy between Australia and Italy, motivated by the career of Pietro Baracchi

Baracchi and the Great Melbourne Telescope, Phil Edwards (CSIRO)

 

The role of astroparticle experiments in the future

Neutrino telescopes in the Mediterranean sea for multimessenger astrophysics, Maurizio Spurio (University of Bologna / INFN)

Multimessenger astroparticle physics for testing theories of dark matter and new particles, Pat Scott (ICL)

 

High photon energy astrophysics in the multi-messenger era

Cosmic Ray physics in the CTA era, Elena Amato (INAF-Arcetri)

Connecting radio waves and gamma-rays in extreme astronomical settings, Gavin Rowell (University of Adelaide)

The ASTRI mini-array in the context of gamma-ray astronomy, Giovanni Pareschi (INAF-Brera)

Rapid-response radio follow-up of high-energy astrophysical events, Gemma Anderson (Curtin University)

Nano-satellites for high energy astrophysics and fundamental physics, Fabrizio Fiore (INAF-Trieste)

The Transient High-Enegy Sky and Early Universe Surveyor (THESEUS), Lorenzo Amati (INAF-Bologna)