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Rome, 16-17 October  2008 "Polarimetry days in Rome: Crab status, theory and prospects"

Thursday, 16 October 2008 - THE CRAB ACROSS THE ELECTROMAGNETIC SPECTRUM

Speaker Title File
J. Jeff Hester General talk on Crab properties based on Ann. Rev. paper
M. C. Weisskopf High Energy Polarisation - Historical remarks
A.J. Dean The gamma-ray Crab scenario
P. Laurent The IBIS result
S. Gunji The PHENEX experiment result
M. Lopez The TeV Crab
B. Atwood     Can FERMI-LAT measure Gamma Ray Polarization?
A. Pellizzoni AGILE: preliminary resuts
R.P. Mignani The Crab Optical & UVPolarimetry
A. Slowikowska Phase  Resolved Optical Polarisation
G. Kanbach Interpretation and modelling    
P. Persi The Crab Nebula in the infrared: a review
P. De Bernardis for the Planck Collaboration The Crab nebula as a calibrator for microwave polarimeters  

Friday, 17 October 2008 - THEORY AND GENERAL IMPLICATIONS

J. Takata 

The Crab X/gamma-ray polarisation processes

J. Dyks

The role of special relativistic effects in shaping the intensity profiles and polarisation of pulsars

H.Ardavan

A new mechanism of generating broadband pulsar-like polarization

D. Volpi

Polarisation from Pulsar Wind Nebulae

L. Maccione

Gamma-ray polarization constraints on Planck scale violations of special relativity         

Friday, 17 October 2008 - FUTURE PERSPECTIVES AT HIGH ENERGY

N. Barriere

The Gamma Ray Imager

R.M. Curado da Silva

The Polca experiments

S. Larsson

The PoGOLite Experiment

L. Lamanna

The POLAR Experiment

G. Kanbach

MEGA/GRIPS

E. Costa

The Italian Polarimetry Programmes

L. Piro

Polarimetry with ESA-NASA IXO Observatory

H. Krawczynski

Polarimetry with EXIST

       
     

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