Supernova Remnants: An Odyssey in Space after Stellar death

Supernova Remnants: An Odyssey in Space after Stellar death

Supernova Remnants: An Odyssey in Space after Stellar death

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Session 1 [Radiation studies from gamma-rays to radio in Galactic and Extragalactic SNRs]

S1.1 B. Arbutina Some statistics of optical supernova remnant candidates in nearby galaxies
S1.2 R. Bandiera Synchrotron emission in the case of a partly random magnetic field, and the study of some general properties of radio shell-type supernova remnants.
S1.3 P. Boumis A deep optical study of the supernova remnant G 166+4.3
S1.4 J. Devin Disentangling the hadronic from the leptonic emission in the composite SNR G326.3-1.8
S1.5 V. Dwarkadas The X-ray Emission From Young Supernovae as a Probe of their Progenitors
S1.6 E. Egron Observations of Supernova Remnants with the Sardinia Radio Telescope
S1.7 B. Eichmann The Radio-Gamma Correlation In Starburst Galaxies
S1.8 T. Ergin Investigating the X-ray and Gamma-ray Properties of the Galactic Supernova Remnants Kes 69, 3C 396, 3C 400.2
S1.9 B. Humensky The TeV Morphology of the Interacting Supernova Remnant IC 443
S1.10 Y. Kim A New Supernova Remnant Candidate in the UWIFE [Fe II] Line Survey
S1.11 M. Kopsacheili New candidate supernova remnants in nearby galaxies
S1.12 K. S. Long The Xray Properties of Supernova Remnants in Nearby Galaxies
S1.13 S. Loru Modelling high-resolution spatially-resolved SNR spectra with the Sardinia Radio Telescope
S1.14 P. Maggi Fe K and ejecta emission in SNR G15.9+0.2 with XMM-Newton
S1.15 D. Onic On the shape of SNR IC443 radio to infrared continuum spectrum
S1.16 O. Petruk Magnetohydrodynamic simulations of the polarized radio emission of the adiabatic SNRs in ISM with nonuniform distribution of density and magnetic field
S1.17 G. Puehlhofer New constraints on the TeV SNR shells RX J1713.7-3946 and HESS J1731-347
S1.18 A. Sezer Searching for the Time Variation in Supernova Remnant RX J1713.7-3946
S1.19 A. Sezer Searching for evidence of non-thermal X-ray emission from supernova remnant W49B
S1.20 W. Sun Chandra Observation of the Supernova Remnant N11L
S1.21 I. Sushch Deep H.E.S.S. Observations of the Supernova Remnant RX J0852.0-4622
S1.22 M. Vučetić Optical observation of supernova remnant in elliptical galaxy NGC185
S1.23 J. West Cygnus Loop: A double bubble?
S1.24 X. Zhang The role of the diffusive protons in the gamma-ray emission of supernova remnant RX J1713.7-3946 – a two-zone model


Session 2 [The search for the binary companions of SN progenitors in SNRs]

S2.1 S. Gomes A survey of symbiotic stars in the SMC
S2.2 A. Pannicke Runaway Stars in Supernova Remnants


Session 3 [Pulsar wind nebulae (including Crab flares)]

S3.1 R. Bandiera A (semi)-analytic view of the inner structure of Pulsar Wind Nebulae
S3.2 B. Guest Peering deeper into the plerionic supernova remnant G21.5-0.9 Conference Paper
S3.3 R. W.-Y. Leung High Resolution Radio Imaging Study of the Pulsar Wind Nebula MSH 15-52
S3.4 C. Maitra The intriguing double torus-jet PWN around PSR J0855-4644
S3.5 C.-Y. Ng Discovery of a Radio Bubble Trailing PSR J1015-5719
S3.6 I. Sushch Radio Observations of the Pulsar Wind Nebula HESS J1303−631 with ATCA
S3.7 S. Tanaka A Stochastic Acceleration Model of Radio Emission from Pulsar Wind Nebulae


Session 4 [Magnetic fields in SNRs and PWNe]

S4.1 O. Kobzar Nonlinear Evolution of the Nonresonant Instability Upstream of a Young Supernova Remnant Shock
S4.2 O. Petruk Magnetohydrodynamic simulations of the post-adiabatic supernova remnants in the interstellar magnetic field
S4.3 P. Reich A new high-latitude low-surface brightness SNR
S4.4 M.S.E. Roberts What Can Redbacks and Black Widows  Teach Us About Pulsar Winds?
S4.5 S. Safi-Harb Insights into pulsars’ magnetic field evolution and energy loss mechanisms from studying pulsar-SNR associations Conference Paper


Session 5 [Collisionless shock waves in SNRs]

S5.1 L. Hovey A Direct Measurement of the Forward Shock Speed in Supernova Remnant 0519-69.0: Constraints on the Age, Ambient Density and Electron-ion Temperature Equilibration.


Session 6 [Jets and asymmetries in SNe and their remnants]

S6.1 M. Gabler The first few month of a supernova remnant


Session 7 [SNRs as probes and drivers of galaxy structure]

S7.1 D. Huizenga A Radio Selected Supernova Remnant Catalog in the Magellanic Clouds
S7.2 D. Leahy Supernova Remnant Explorer
S7.3 D. Leahy HI absorption spectra for Supernova Remnants in the VGPS survey
S7.4 M. Sasaki SNR-shock Impact on Star Formation
S7.5 B. Vukotić An empirical study on distances and evolution of supernova remnants: insights from “Sigma D” data distribution


Session 8 [SNe and SNRs cosmic ray acceleration]

S8.1 R. Brose Transport of magnetic turbulence in supernova remnants
S8.2 E. Giacani The interstellar medium towards three Supernova
S8.3 J. Niemiec Electron energization through spontaneous turbulent magnetic reconnection at nonrelativistic perpendicular shocks
S8.4 M. Pavlović Radio evolution of supernova remnants including nonlinear particle acceleration” and not “Importance of Richtmyer-Meshkov Instability on Measurements of Cosmic-Ray Acceleration Efficiency at Supernova Remnants
S8.5 J. Shimoda Importance of Richtmyer-Meshkov Instability on Measurements of Cosmic-Ray Acceleration Efficiency at Supernova Remnants
S8.6 L. Supan First GMRT radio observations of the SNR candidate G29.37+0.10


Session 9 [SN ejecta – abundances, clumpiness]

S9.1 P. Cigan High-resolution observations of dust in SN1987A
S9.2 R. Fesen Optical and UV Spectra of the Remnant of SN 1885 (S And) in M31
S9.3 S. Marassi SN Dust Yields: Fallback, Metallicity and Rotation Impact
S9.4 H. Matsumura Discovery of Recombining Plasma in G166.0+4.3: A Mixed-Morphology Supernova Remnant with an Unusual Structure
S9.5 F. Priestley The origin of the argonium emission discovered in the Crab Nebula
S9.6 E. Tsiakaliari Dust formation in Supernovae


Session 10 [SNe and SNRs with circumstellar interactions]

S10.1 A. Alarie Multispectral analysis of Cygnus Loop and IC 443 with iFTS
S10.2 N. Bartel Supernova research with VLBI
S10.3 M. Bocchio Dust grains from the heart of supernovae
S10.4 Y.-H. Chu Type Ia Supernova Remnants in the Large Magellanic Cloud
S10.5 J. E. Drew Exploiting IPHAS H-alpha imagery of supernova remnants
S10.6 É. Harvey The previous nebulous incarnations of type Ia supernovae
S10.7 D. Kantzas Early time signatures of gamma-ray emission from Supernovae in dense Circumstellar Media
S10.8 D. Kantzas The Effect of Circumstellar Medium on Cosmic Ray Acceleration in Type Ia Supernovae
S10.9 H.-G. Lee Near-infrared IFU and MOS observations of supernova remnants
S10.10 Y.-H. Lee Supernova Remnants in the UWIFE and UWISH2 Surveys
S10.11 M. Miceli Investigating the galactic Supernova Remnant Kes 78 with XMM-Newton
S10.12 E. R. Micelotta Dance into the fire: dust survival inside supernova remnants
S10.13 K. Migotto The circumstellar ring of SN 1987A
S10.14 S. Orlando Three-dimensional hydrodynamic modeling of SN 1987A from the supernova explosion till the Athena era
S10.15 L. Pan The impact of supernova remnants on interstellar turbulence and star formation
S10.16 S. P. Reynolds Asymmetric Expansion of the Youngest Galactic Supernova Remnant G1.9+0.3
S10.17 A. Sarangi Dust formation in dense CSM behind the shock: A study based on SN2010jl
S10.18 X. Tang Kinematic evolution of non-radiative supernova remnants
S10.19 B. Yu Determination of  the extinction law of dust in SNRs