SZ Conference 2011 - Santander, Spain | PROGRAM



Below is a list of the invited speakers and general talks. You can click each persons name to get a copy of their presentation. Or, download the conference program.

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    Invited Talks Title
    Nabila Aghanim
(IAS, France)
SZ with Planck
    Monique Arnaud
(CEA Saclay, France)
X-Rays in Galaxy Clusters
    Tom Broadhurst
(Universidad del Pais Vasco, Bilbao, Spain)
Lensing in Galaxy Clusters
    John Carlstrom
(University of Chicago, USA)
SPT Observations of Clusters
    Dave Clements
(Imperial College, UK)
Probing High Redshift Star Forming Clusters: Herschel and Planck Together at Last
    Jacques Delabrouille
(APC, France)
Extracting SZ signals in Multicomponent Sky Emission
    Marco de Petris
(University of Rome, La Sapienza, Italy)
SZ Spectroscopic Observations
    Tetsu Kitayama
(Physics Department, Toho University)

Daisuke Nagai
(Yale University, CT, USA)

Simulations of Galaxy Clusters
    Huub Rottgering
(Leiden Observator, The Netherlands)
Studying Clusters/Proto-Clusters with LOFAR
    Neelima Sehgal
(Stanford University, USA)
SZ Clusters with ACT
    Rashid Sunyaev
(MPA, Garching, Germany)
SZ Past, Present and Future

    General Talks Title
    Gurvan Bazin
(LMU, Germany)
The Most Massive Galaxy Cluster in the South Pole Telescope Survey
    Narciso Benitez
(Instituto de Astrofísica de Andalucía, Spain)
J-PAS Survey
    Mark Brodwin
(Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, USA)
Discovery of the Most Massive Galaxy Clusters at z>1
    Sergio Calofrancesco
(INAF-OAR, Italy)
Untangling the Atmospheres of Cosmic Structures with Sunyaev-Zel'dovich Effect Observations
    Barbara Comis
("Sapienza" University of Rome, Italy)
Calibration of SZ scaling relations unsing Chandra X-ray observations from the ACCEPT catalogue
    Nicole Czakon
(Caltech, USA)
The Bolocam SZ Program: Model-Independent Cluster Profiles and YSZ-Mgas Scaling Relations
    Ivan De Martino
(University of Salamanca, Spain)
Constraining the evolution of the CMB black body temperature with Planck.
    Mark Delvin
(University of Pennsylvania, USA)
High Resolution Imaging of the SZ Effect in Clusters of Galaxies with the MUSTANG Receiver on NRAO's Green Bank Telescope

Dunja Fabjan
(Center for Excellence SPACE-SI, Slovenia)

X-ray and SZ Scaling Relations from Galaxy Cluster Simulations
    Inés Flores
(Institut de Recherche en Astrophysique et Planétologie, France)
What's Behind the Corona Borealis Cold Spot?
    Megan Gralla
(University of Chicago, USA)
SZ Observations of Strong Lensing Galaxy Clusters
    Carlos Hernandez-Monteagudo
(MPA, Germany)
Cluster Sunyaev-Zel'dovich Optical Scaling Relations with Planck
    Matt Hilton
(University of Nottingham, UK)
The XMM Cluster Survey: First Data Release and Synergy with SZ Surveys
    Ben Hoyle
(ICC University of Barcelona, Spain)
Cosmological Implications of Massive, High Redshift Clusters.
    Jack Hughes
(Rutgers University, USA)
X-Ray Follow-up of ACT SZE Clusters
    Guillaume Hurier
(LPSC, France)
SZ reconstruction with the MILCA algorithm
    Scott Kay
(University of Manchester, UK)
SZ in the New Millennium
    Jounghun Lee
(Seoul National University, Korea)
Modeling the Relative Abundance of the Extremely Disturbed Clusters Discovered Only Via the SZ Effect
    Pasquale Mazzotta
(Universita' di Roma Tor Vergata and CfA, Italy)
Shock Wave-Radio Relic Connection in Clusters of Galaxies
    Felipe Menanteau
(Rutgers University, USA)
Massive Sunyaev-Zel'dovich Galaxy Clusters from the Atacama Cosmology Telescope.
    Subha  Majumdar
(Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, India)
A Universal Entropy Injection Prescription, ICM Pressure and the SZ Effect
    Sandor Molnar
(Aacdemis Sinica. Taiwan)
The Importance of SZ Resolution: A study Based on Numerical Simulations
    Elena  Pierpaoli
(University of Southern California, USA)
Bulk Flows as Probed by Kinetic SZ in WMAP and Planck Data
    Gabriel Pratt
(CEA-Saclay, France)
SZ Scaling Relations from the First Planck All-Sky Survey
    Christian Reichardt
(University of CA-Berkeley, USA)
CMB Power Spectrum Results from the South Pole Telescope
    Douglas Rudd
(Yale University, USA)
Mass and Redshift Dependence of Turbulent Motion in the ICM
    Evan Scannapieco
(Arizona State University, USA)
Measuring AGN Feedback with the Sunyaev-Zel'dovich Effect
    Federico Sembolini
(Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Spain | Sapienza Università di Roma, Italy)
SZ Effect from Clusters of Galaxies in MareNostrum and MultiDark Simulations
    Juawei Shao
(Shanghai Astronomical Observatory, China)
Recovering the Redshift Information of Kinetic Sunyaev-Zel'dovich Effect Using Tomography Method
    Laurie Shaw
(Yale Univeristy, USA)
Towards Precision Modeling of the Thermal and Kinetic SZ Power Spectrum
    Chris Short
(University of Sussex, UK)
The Entropy and Metallicity of the ICM: Predictions from the Millennium Simulation with Gas
    Vladislav Stolyarov
(University of Cambridge, UK)
SZ Clusters Recovery with Harmonic Space-Based MEM
    Daniel Wik
(Nasa Goddard Flight Space Center, USA)
Toward Measuring the Size-Scale of Clumping in the Outskirts of Clusters
    Gustavo Yepes
(Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Spain)
The scaling relations of MUSIC
    Michael Zemcov
(CA Institute of Technology, USA)
Measurements of the Sunyaev-Zel'dovich Effect Increment: Status and Outlook
    Adi Zitrin
(Tel-Aviv University, Israel)
Strong-Lensing Analysis of Extensive Cluster Surveys