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XVI International Symposium on Very High Energy Cosmic Ray Interactions (ISVHECRI 2010)

from Monday, June 28, 2010 (8:45 AM) to Friday, July 2, 2010 (6:00 PM)
Fermilab (One West)

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
Jun 28, 2010
Jun 29, 2010
Jun 30, 2010
Jul 1, 2010
Jul 2, 2010
AM
8:45 AM
Welcome (until 9:00 AM) (One West)
8:45 AM Symposium Opening Remarks - Local Organizing Committee (ISVHECRI 2010)   (One West)
8:50 AM Welcome from the Fermilab Directorate - Dr Young-Kee Kim (Deputy Director, Fermilab)   (One West)
9:00 AM
Introductory presentations (until 10:40 AM) (One West)
9:00 AM Accelerator Data - Dr Michael Albrow (Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory)   (One West)
9:50 AM Cosmic rays: current status - Prof. Thomas Gaisser (University of Delaware)   (One West)
Paper
Slides
10:40 AM --- coffee break ---
11:10 AM
Introductory presentations (until 12:00 PM) (One West)
11:10 AM Relating accelerator data and models - Dr Paolo Lipari (INFN Roma 1)   (One West)
Slides
8:30 AM
Recent relevant accelerator data and results -Prof. Oscar Saavedra (Università di Torino / INFN, Torino) (until 8:50 AM) (One West)
8:30 AM First Results from the ALICE Experiment at the LHC - Dr Henner Buesching (University of Frankfurt)   (One West)
Slides
8:50 AM
Balloon and Satellite Experiments (until 10:30 AM) (One West)
8:50 AM Balloon-borne and Space-based Particle Measurements with Magnetic Spectrometers - Dr John Mitchell (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center)   (One West)
Slides
9:40 AM Balloon-borne and Space-based Experiments with Non-magnetic Detectors - Prof. Eun-Suk Seo (University of Maryland)   (One West)
Slides
10:30 AM --- Conference Photo & coffee break ---
11:00 AM
Balloon and Satellite Experiments (until 12:20 PM) (One West)
11:00 AM Status of AMS - Prof. Andrei Kounine (MIT) Prof. Samuel C.C. Ting (MIT)   (One West)
11:20 AM Balloon-borne gamma-ray telescope with nuclear emulsion - Dr Satoru Takahashi (Nagoya University)   (One West)
11:35 AM The JEM-EUSO Mission to Explore the Extreme Universe - Dr James H. Adams, Jr. (NASA/MSFC)   (One West)
Paper
Slides
11:50 AM On the electron/positron excesses and the knee of cosmic ray spectra - Prof. Yuqian Ma (IHEP)   (One West)
Slides
12:05 PM Atmospheric Effects of High Energy Cosmic Rays - Mr Dimitra Atri (University of Kansas)   (One West)
Slides
8:30 AM
Sensitivity of Monte Carlo models to data -Dr Paolo Lipari (INFN Roma 1) (until 10:05 AM) (One West)
8:30 AM New Development in EPOS 2 - Dr Tanguy Pierog (KIT, IK)   (One West)
Paper
Slides
8:45 AM Sensitivity of KASCADE-Grande data to hadronic interaction models - Dr Donghwa Kang (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)   (One West)
9:00 AM Relation of Interaction Characteristics at Ultra-High Energies to Extensive Air Shower Observables - Dr Ralf Ulrich (PSU)   (One West)
Slides
9:15 AM Consequences of the LHC results in the interpretation of gama ray families and giant EAS data - Prof. Jean-Noël CAPDEVIELLE (APC, CNRS-University Paris Diderot)   (One West)
Paper
Slides
9:30 AM Sibyll with Charm - Dr Eun-Joo Ahn (Fermilab)   (One West)
Paper
Slides
9:45 AM Phenomenological approach to multiple particle production (1) - Dr AKINORI OHSAWA (Institute for Cosmic Ray Research, University of Tokyo.)   (One West)
10:05 AM
Extensive air shower experiments -Prof. Gaurang Yodh (University of California Irvine) (until 10:35 AM) (One West)
10:05 AM Cosmic ray data and their interpretation: the Tibet hybrid EAS experiment -- Primary energy spectra of Cosmic Rays at the knee and tests of hadronic interaction models -- - Prof. Yuqian Ma (IHEP)   (One West)
Slides
10:35 AM --- coffee break ---
11:05 AM
Extensive air shower experiments -Prof. Gaurang Yodh (University of California Irvine) (until 12:35 PM) (One West)
11:05 AM The present status of the GRAPES-3 experiment - Prof. Sunil Gupta (Tata Institute of Fundamental Research)   (One West)
Slides
11:35 AM Results from the GAMMA experiment on Mt. Aragats - improved data - Dr Romen Martirosov (Yerevan Physics Institute, Yerevan, Armenia)   (One West)
12:05 PM Cosmic Ray Physics with IceTop and IceCube - Dr Serap Tilav (University of Delaware)   (One West)
Slides
8:30 AM
Extensive air shower experiments -Prof. Suresh Tonwar (University of Maryland) (until 9:30 AM) (One West)
8:30 AM The KASCADE-Grande experiment: recent results about the energy spectrum - Dr Juan Carlos Arteaga-Velázquez (Instituto de Física y Matemáticas, Universidad Michoacana)   (One West)
9:00 AM Study of the longitudinal development of extensive air showers with the Muon Tracking Detector in KASCADE-Grande. - Dr Paul Doll (KIT-Karlsruhe)   (One West)
9:15 AM Behaviour of the EAS age parameter in the knee energy region - Prof. Jean-Noël CAPDEVIELLE (APC, CNRS-University Paris Diderot)   (One West)
9:30 AM
Experiments above the Ankle -Prof. Dietrich Muller (University of Chicago) (until 10:05 AM) (One West)
9:30 AM Final Results from the High Resolution Fly's Eye (HiRes) Experiment - Prof. Pierre Sokolsky (University of Utah)   (One West)
Paper
Slides
10:05 AM --- coffee break ---
10:35 AM
Experiments above the Ankle -Prof. Dietrich Muller (University of Chicago) (until 12:20 PM) (One West)
10:35 AM Results from the Pierre Auger Observatory - Prof. Paolo Privitera (University of Chicago)   (One West)
Slides
11:10 AM Measurement of UHECRs by the Telescope Array (TA) experiment - Prof. Masaki Fukushima (ICRR, Univ. Tokyo)   (One West)
Paper
Slides
11:35 AM The Telescope Array Low Energy Extension (TALE) - Prof. Charles Jui (University of Utah)   (One West)
Slides
11:50 AM Analysis Techniques for the TA SD Detector - Mr Dmitri Ivanov (Rutgers University)   (One West)
Slides
12:05 PM A Relation Between Charged Particles and Muons With Threshold Energy 1 GeV in Extensive Air Showers Registered at the Yakutsk EAS Array - Dr Stanislav Knurenko (Yu. G. Shafer Institute of cosmophysical research and aeronomy, SB RAS)   (One West)
8:30 AM
Emulsion chambers -Prof. Akinori Ohsawa (University of Tokyo) (until 9:05 AM) (One West)
8:30 AM “Some consequences of the results of cosmic ray investigations above the knee for LHC experiments ” - Prof. Anatoly Petrukhin (National Research Nuclear University MEPhI)   (One West)
Paper
8:50 AM Proton Fraction in the PCR Flux at the Energy Range E_0=1-100 PeV According to the Pamir Experiment Data - Dr Alexander Borisov (P.N.Lebedev Physical Institute, RAS)   (One West)
9:05 AM
Anisotropy (until 10:05 AM) (One West)
9:05 AM Cosmic magnetic fields, and implications for HE particle anisotropies - Prof. Philipp Kronberg (LANL/University of Toronto)   (One West)
Paper
Slides
9:50 AM How dark matter cares about topological superstrings - Prof. Luis Anchordoqui (University of Wisconsin Milwaukee)   (One West)
10:05 AM --- coffee break ---
10:30 AM
Anisotropy (until 11:30 AM) (One West)
10:30 AM Tev Cosmic Ray Anisotropy in Milagro - Dr Jordan Goodman (University of Maryland)   (One West)
Slides
11:15 AM Gamma ray signatures of ultrahigh energy cosmic ray sources in magnetized environments - Dr Kumiko Kotera (University of Chicago)   (One West)
Slides
11:30 AM
Muons (until 12:30 PM) (One West)
11:30 AM Measurement of cosmic muons - L3+C results - Prof. Yuqian Ma (IHEP)   (One West)
Slides
11:45 AM Measurement of the charge ratio of atmospheric muons with the CMS detector - Dr Gavin Hesketh (CERN)   (One West)
12:00 PM MINOS Cosmic Muon Results - Prof. Philip Schreiner (Benedictine University)   (One West)
Slides
12:15 PM Physics of high energy atmospheric muons - Prof. Edgar Bugaev (Institute for Nuclear Research)   (One West)
Paper
PM
12:00 PM
Recent relevant accelerator data and results -Dr Bryan Pattison (CERN) (until 12:30 PM) (One West)
12:00 PM Particle production Experiments and their relevance to understanding Extensive Air showers - Dr Rajendran Raja (Fermilab)   (One West)
Slides
12:30 PM --- lunch ---
1:30 PM
Recent relevant accelerator data and results -Dr Bryan Pattison (CERN) (until 3:30 PM) (One West)
1:30 PM Perspectives on Nuclear Physics Input into High-Energy Cosmic Ray Interactions - Prof. Baha Balantekin (University of Wisconsin)   (One West)
Slides
2:00 PM Recent accelerator data and results from the Tevatron - Dr Mary Convery (Fermilab)   (One West)
Slides
2:30 PM Status and Prospects from the ATLAS Detector - Prof. Georges Azuelos (Univ. de Montreal)   (One West)
Slides
3:00 PM Recent Results from CMS - Dr Ambra Gresele (Trento University)   (One West)
Slides
3:30 PM --- coffee break ---
4:00 PM
Recent relevant accelerator data and results -Prof. Oscar Saavedra (Università di Torino / INFN, Torino) (until 5:35 PM) (One West)
4:00 PM Status and prospects from TOTEM - Dr Emilio Radicioni (INFN/CERN)   (One West)
Slides
4:30 PM LHCf measurements of very forward particles at LHC - Dr Takashi SAKO (Solar-Terrestrial Environment laboratory, Nagoya University)   (One West)
5:00 PM CASTOR LHC and cosmic rays - Prof. Edwin Norbeck (University of Iowa)   (One West)
Paper
Slides
5:15 PM First physics results at LHCb - Mr Christian Linn (University Heidelberg)   (One West)
5:35 PM --- Reception ---
12:20 PM --- lunch ---
1:20 PM
Hadronic cross sections -Prof. Thomas Gaisser (University of Delaware) (until 2:25 PM) (One West)
1:20 PM "Hadron cross sections: from cyclotrons to colliders to cosmic rays" - Prof. Martin Block (Northwestern University)   (One West)
2:10 PM The proton-air inelastic cross-section measurement at sqrt(s) ~ 2 TeV from EAS-TOP experiment. - Dr Gian Carlo TRINCHERO (INAF-IFSI and INFN Torino)   (One West)
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Paper
Slides
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2:25 PM
Sensitivity of Monte Carlo models to data -Dr Paolo Lipari (INFN Roma 1) (until 3:25 PM) (One West)
2:25 PM Modeling Hadronic Multiparticle Production at Very High Energy - Dr Ralph Engel (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT))   (One West)
Slides
3:30 PM --- coffee break ---
4:00 PM
Poster Highlight Talks -Dr Henry Glass (Fermilab) (until 4:30 PM) (One West)
4:30 PM
Poster Session I (until 5:30 PM) (Atrium)
4:30 PM A Project of a Complex Setup at the Pamirs for Multi-Component Study of EAS and Parent PCRs in a Wide Energy Range Around the “Knee”. - Dr Alexander Borisov (P.N.Lebedev Physical Institute, RAS)   (Atrium)
4:30 PM Bistatic Radar: A New Method for Detecting Cosmic Rays - Mr Isaac Myers (University of Utah Department of Physics and Astronomy)   (Atrium)
4:30 PM Constrains of Extragalactic Background Light expected from observation of distant metagalactic sources 1739+522 (z=1.375) and 3c454.3 (z=0.859) (by SHALON Cherenkov telescopes). - Dr Vera Yurievna Sinitsyna (P.N. Lebedev Physical Institute)   (Atrium)
Paper
4:30 PM Cosmic ray composition around the knee. - Prof. Sergey Shaulov (FIAN)   (Atrium)
4:30 PM Extensive air shower simulation for the Telescope Array surface detector - Dr Benjamin Stokes (University of Utah)   (Atrium)
4:30 PM Fluctuation of TeV to EeV Energy Muons and the induced muon showers in Water - Dr Nobusuke Takahashi (Hirosaki University)   (Atrium)
4:30 PM High-energy atmospheric neutrinos - Prof. Sergei Sinegovsky (Institute of Applied Physics, Irkutsk State University)   (Atrium)
4:30 PM Impact of X-Ray Emulsion Chamber Response on Gamma-Family Observable Characteristics - Dr Alexander Borisov (P.N.Lebedev Physical Institute, RAS)   (Atrium)
4:30 PM Integrated circuit of coordinate detector for detection of charged particles - Prof. Rauf Mukhamedshin (Institute for Nuclear Research of Russian Academy of Science)   (Atrium)
4:30 PM Modern status of high-mountain three-level ATHLET complex - Prof. Rauf Mukhamedshin for ATHLET Collaboration (Institute for Nuclear Research of Russian Academy of Science)   (Atrium)
4:30 PM Multiparticle production in nucleus-nucleus interactions at 14.6 A GeV - Mr Ashwini Kumar (Banaras Hindu University)   (Atrium)
4:30 PM Nucleon electromagnetic structure functions in extremely small x-region - Prof. Edgar Bugaev (Institute for Nuclear Research)   (Atrium)
4:30 PM On the origins of the highest energy cosmic rays - Ms Laura Watson (Imperial College London)   (Atrium)
4:30 PM On the Positron Fraction in Cosmic Rays and Models of Cosmic-Ray Propagation - Mr Benjamin Burch (Washington University in St. Louis)   (Atrium)
4:30 PM Phenomenological approach to multiple particle production (2) - Dr AKINORI OHSAWA (Institute for Cosmic Ray Research, University of Tokyo.)   (Atrium)
4:30 PM Pion Production Cross-section Measurements in p+C Collisions at the CERN SPS for Understanding Extensive Air Showers - Dr Marek Szuba (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)   (Atrium)
4:30 PM Search Sources of Cosmic Rays Ultrahigh Energy - Dr Aleksei A. Mikhailov (Yu.G. Shafer Institute of Cosmophysical Research and Aeronomy)   (Atrium)
4:30 PM Spectral Analysis, and Hardness-ratios Correlations of SGR 1900+14 Bursts - Mr Mohammed Hasan Soleiman Yussef (Cairo University, Faculty of Science, Physics department.)   (Atrium)
4:30 PM Studies of Emitted Particles in Nucleus-Nucleus Interactions at 4.5 A GeV/c - Prof. Sayed Saleh (Cairo University)   (Atrium)
4:30 PM Study of primary cosmic rays at superhigh energies on the lunar surface and circumlunar orbit - Prof. Rauf Mukhamedshin (Institute for Nuclear Research of Russian Academy of Science)   (Atrium)
4:30 PM TeV emission from NGC1275 viewed by SHALON 15 year observations - Prof. Vera Georgievna Sinitsyna (P.N. Lebedev Physical Institute)   (Atrium)
Paper
4:30 PM The investigation of the hadronic interaction models using WILLI detector - Dr Iliana Brancus (National Institute for Physics and Nuclear Engineering Horia Hulubei)   (Atrium)
4:30 PM The Measured Spectrum of the Telescope Array's Middle Drum Detector - Mr Douglas Rodriguez (University of Utah)   (Atrium)
4:30 PM Threshold Cerenkov detector with Radial Segmentation ( TCDRS ) - Dr Ely Leon (Chicago State University)   (Atrium)
4:30 PM Two source emission behavior of projectile fragments alpha in 84Kr interactions at around 1 GeV per nucleon - Dr Venktesh SINGH (Banaras Hindu University, Varanas 221 005, INDIA)   (Atrium)
4:30 PM Ultra-High Energy Muon Neutrino Propagation through the Earth and Induced Muon Energy Distribution near the One Cubic Kilometer Detector - Dr Nobusuke Takahashi (Hirosaki University)   (Atrium)
12:35 PM --- lunch ---
1:30 PM
Laboratory Tour (until 3:30 PM) (Starting at Atrium / Main Entrance)
3:30 PM --- coffee break ---
4:00 PM
Colloquium (until 5:00 PM) (One West)
4:00 PM The Composition of Cosmic Rays: Questions, Surprises, and Recent Answers - Prof. Dietrich Müller (University of Chicago)   (One West)
Slides
12:20 PM --- lunch ---
1:20 PM
Experiments above the Ankle -Prof. Jean-Noel Capdevielle (CNRS) (until 2:05 PM) (One West)
1:20 PM The Depth of Maximum Shower Development and Its Fluctuations: Cosmic Ray Mass Composition at E<sub>0</sub> &ge; 10<sup>17</sup> eV - Dr Stanislav Knurenko (Yu. G. Shafer Institute of cosmophysical research and aeronomy, SB RAS)   (One West)
1:35 PM The MIDAS Experiment: A New Technique for the Detection of Extensive Air Showers - Mr Christopher Williams (University of Chicago)   (One West)
1:50 PM AIRFLY: Precise measurement of the absolute yield of fluorescence photons in atmospheric gases - Dr Frederick Kuehn (Fermilab)   (One West)
Slides
2:05 PM
Emulsion chambers -Prof. Edison Hiroyuki Shibuya (Universidade Estadual de Campinas) (until 3:30 PM) (One West)
2:05 PM On capability of high coordinate-resolution techniques to study superhigh-energy hadron-nuclear interactions - Prof. Rauf Mukhamedshin (Institute for Nuclear Research of Russian Academy of Science)   (One West)
2:40 PM Hadronic- and electromagnetic-cores of air-showers observed by hybrid experiments at high mountains - Dr Masanobu Tamada (Kinki University)   (One West)
3:15 PM Analysis of one hadron rich event - Dr EDISON HIROYUKI SHIBUYA (UNIVERSIDADE ESTADUAL DE CAMPINAS)   (One West)
3:30 PM --- coffee break ---
4:00 PM
Poster Highlight Talks II (until 4:30 PM) (One West)
4:30 PM
Poster Session II (until 5:30 PM) (Atrium)
6:00 PM --- Symposium Dinner ---
12:30 PM --- lunch ---
1:30 PM
Summary lectures (until 3:30 PM) (One West)
1:30 PM Experimental summary - Prof. Paul Sommers   (One West)
Paper
Slides
2:10 PM Theory summary - Prof. Angela Olinto   (One West)
Slides
2:50 PM Outlook - Prof. Francis Halzen   (One West)
Paper
Slides
3:30 PM --- Director's Wine & Cheese ---
4:00 PM
Joint Experimental-Theoretical Physics Seminar (until 5:00 PM) (One West)
4:00 PM Xmax from Auger and its interpretation - Dr Eun-Joo Ahn (Fermilab) Dr Ralph Engel (KIT, Karlsruhe)   (One West)
Slides