Workshop Program

Wed, May 27, 2015

08:50 Welcome (Either somebody from IRA or Dallacasa)

Lifecycles and Evolution (Chair: Greg Taylor)

09:00 Orienti Monica, INAF IRA, Italy - Radio Properties of GPS and CSS Sources
09:40 Perucho, Manel., Univ. Valencia, Spain - Radio source evolution
10:20 Kunert-Bajraszewska Magdalena, TCfA, NCU, Poland - Dichotomy in the population of young AGNs: optical, radio and X-ray properties
10:40 Brienza Marisa, ASTRON, Netherlands - Phoenices of the radio sky: restarted radio galaxies
11:00 – 11:30 Coffee Break
11:30 Collier Jordan, University of Western Sydney, Australia - Sequencing the Earliest Stages of AGN Development Using The Youngest Radio Sources
11:50 Giroletti Marcello, INAF IRA, Italy - New and future observations of 4C31.04 and other CSOs
12:10 Sara Rastello, DIFA UniBO & IRA – INAF - Multifrequency VLBA observations of two CSOs
12:20 Kino Motoki, KASI, Korea South - Fossil Shell Emission in Dying Radio-Loud AGNs
12:40 Yaser Hafez , KACST, Saudi Arabia - New Flux Density Measurements for 0108+388, 1358+624 and 2134+004 Radio Galaxies at 10.8 GHz
12:50 – 14:00 Lunch at Hotel Sporting

AGN Physics (Chair: Aneta Siemiginowska)

14:00 Migliori, Giulia, CNRS/CEA – Saclay, France X-ray & gamma-ray properties
14:40 D' Ammando Filippo, DIFA UniBo - INAF IRA, Italy - The Fermi-LAT view of young radio sources
15:00 Gabanyi Krisztina, FOMI Satellite Geodetic Observatory, Hungary - Radio properties of gamma-ray emitting CSOs
15:10 Nagai Hiroshi, NAOJ, Japan - Long-term Radio and Gamma-ray Properties of 3C 84
15:30 Czerny, Bozena, CAMK, Poland - GN accretion & disk-jet connection
16:10 – 16:40 Coffee Break
16:40 Baek Junhyun, Yonsei University, Korea South - High Frequency Radio Properties of Central AGNs in Cluster Environments
17:00 Cotton William, NRAO, United States of America - Search for Extreme Rotation Measures in CSS Sources
17:20 Pasetto Alice, MPIfR-Bonn, Germany - Probing the environment of high Rotation Measure AGNs through multifrequency radio observations.
17:40 Fedorova Elena, Astron. Observ. of Kiev National Taras Shevchenko Univ., Ukraine - Three megamaser AGNs: comparison of the X-ray and radio properties
18:00 Liu Yi, Purple Mountain Observatory, CAS, China - Multifrequency VLBA Polarimetry of GPS Quasar OQ172
18:20 Taylor Greg, UNM, United States of America -A Compact Symmetric Object with a Candidate Binary Black Hole

Dinner in town, find the restaurant you like more

Thu, May 28, 2015

AGN Populations (Chair: Magdalena Kunert-Bajraszewska)

09:00 Sadler Elaine, Univ. of Sydney – CAASTRO, Australia - Relation to other AGN types
09:40 Baldi Ranieri D., Technion, Israel - The new class of FR0 radio galaxies
10:00 Coppejans Rocco, Radboud University Nijmegen, Netherlands - Megahertz peaked-spectrum sources - a route to high-redshifts?
10:20 Dallacasa Daniele, DIFA - UniBO & IRA - INAF, Italy - Radio spectra of High Frequency Peakers
10:40 Frey Sandor, FOMI Satellite Geodetic Observatory, Hungary - Are hot DOGs young radio AGN? - a high-resolution view
11:00 – 11:30 Coffee Break
11:30 Gu Minfeng, Shanghai Astronomical Observatory, CAS, China - The compact radio structure of radio-loud NLS1s: the relationship to CSS sources
11:50 Jeong Yongjin, Yonsei University, Korea South - Identifying High Frequency Peakers using the Korean VLBI Network
12:10 Mahony Elizabeth, ASTRON, Netherlands - Searching for GPS and CSS sources at low frequencies with LOFAR
12:30 Callingham Joseph, Sydney Institute of Astronomy (SIfA) / CAASTRO, Australia - The low radio frequency view of gigahertz-peaked spectrum and compact steep spectrum sources
12:50 – 14:00 Lunch at Hotel Sporting

Afternoon: Trip to S. Marino and Workshop Dinner

Fri, May 29, 2015

Host Galaxies and ISM (Chair: Raffaella Morganti)

09:00 O'Dea Chris, University of Manitoba, Canada - Infrared Properties of GPS and CSS Sources
09:40 Ostorero Luisa, Department of Physics - University of Torino, Italy - Correlation between neutral and total hydrogen column densities in GPS galaxies
10:00 Chandola Yogesh, National Astron Observ., Chinese Academy of Sciences, China - HI gas in absorption towards the central regions of radio galaxies
10:20 Pirya Akash, CRyA, Mexico - CCD imaging of 5 GPS radio galaxies
10:40 Maccagni Filippo Marcello, ASTRON - Kapteyn Institute, Netherlands - AGN: the intriguing case of GPS source PKS1718-649
11:00 – 11:30 Coffee Break

Feedback (Chair: Motoki Kino)

11:30 Tadhunter Clive, Univ. of Sheffield, UK - Feedback: Observations
12:10 Wagner Alexander, Univ. of Tsukuba, Japan - Feedback: Theory
12:50 – 14:00 Extended Lunch at Hotel Sporting
14:30 Allison James, CSIRO Astronomy & Space Science, Australia - Discovery of a neutral gas outflow in a young radio galaxy using the Australian SKA Pathfinder
14:50 Bruni Gabriele, MPIfR, Germany - Fast outflows in broad absorption line quasars and their connection with CSS/GPS sources
15:10 Labiano Alvaro, ETH Zurich, Switzerland - AGN feedback in young and old radio galaxies
15:30 – 16:00 Coffee Break
16:00 Lonsdale Carol, NRAO, United States of America - The nature of small jets in heavily obscured hyper-luminous quasars at z~2
16:20 Morganti Raffaella, ASTRON/Kapteyn Groningen , Netherlands - The disruptive effect of a young jet
16:40 C. P. O’Dea, University of Manitoba, Canada - Concluding remarks (& doodle for next meeting?)
17:15? End of Workshop


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The proceedings will appear in Astronomische Nachrichten, which is a fully-refereed journal published both online and in paper form. Details on paper submission will be given at the conference. A hard copy will be sent to each participant.