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New Results in X-ray Astronomy 2009

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Continuing the series of annual one-day workshops on UK X -ray astronomy, this meeting is opportunity to showcase the exciting results continually appearing from current X-ray missions, and to look forward to the science which will drive the next generation of X-ray missions. All welcome.

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Short term variability from some ULXs: Missing in action?

UserLucy Heil, University of Leicester.

HouseSackler Lecture Theatre, IoA.

ClockWednesday 16 September 2009, 17:15-17:30

X-ray reflection in a sample of X-ray bright Ultraluminous X-ray sources

UserMaria Caballero-Garcia, IoA.

HouseSackler Lecture Theatre, IoA.

ClockWednesday 16 September 2009, 17:00-17:15

The Ultraluminous State

UserJeanette Gladstone, Durham University.

HouseSackler Lecture Theatre, IoA.

ClockWednesday 16 September 2009, 16:45-17:00

Diffuse X-ray Emission in the Extended Disk of M33

UserRichard Owen, University of Leicester.

HouseSackler Lecture Theatre, IoA.

ClockWednesday 16 September 2009, 16:30-16:45

Modelling the magnetars quiescent spectra

UserDr Silvia Zane, MSSL-UCL.

HouseSackler Lecture Theatre, IoA.

ClockWednesday 16 September 2009, 16:15-16:30

GRB 090423 at z=8.23 - probing the extremely distant universe with GRBs

UserKlaas Wiersema, University of Leicester.

HouseSackler Lecture Theatre, IoA.

ClockWednesday 16 September 2009, 16:00-16:15

Long Term Monitoring of the Jet in Centaurus A

UserJoanna Goodger, University of Hertforshire.

HouseSackler Lecture Theatre, IoA.

ClockWednesday 16 September 2009, 15:15-15:30

The 'voice' of the accretion disc in black hole X-ray binaries

UserTony Wilkinson, University of Southampton.

HouseSackler Lecture Theatre, IoA.

ClockWednesday 16 September 2009, 15:00-15:15

A physical basis for the timing properties of X-ray binaries

UserAdam Ingram, University of Durham.

HouseSackler Lecture Theatre, IoA.

ClockWednesday 16 September 2009, 14:45-15:00

The XRB analogy to the first AGN QPO

UserMatt Middleton, University of Durham.

HouseSackler Lecture Theatre, IoA.

ClockWednesday 16 September 2009, 14:30-14:45

1H0707-495 ... Beyond Spectral Fitting

UserAbdu Zoghbi, IoA, Cambridge.

HouseSackler Lecture Theatre, IoA.

ClockWednesday 16 September 2009, 14:15-14:30

Cool gas in cluster cores

UserJeremy Sanders, IoA, Cambridge.

HouseSackler Lecture Theatre, IoA.

ClockWednesday 16 September 2009, 12:15-12:30

Measuring electron temperatures using X-ray spectroscopy

UserGiulio Del Zanna, DAMTP, University of Cambridge.

HouseSackler Lecture Theatre, IoA.

ClockWednesday 16 September 2009, 12:00-12:15

The XMM Cluster Survey: First results for cluster scaling relations

UserEd Lloyd-Davies, University of Sussex.

HouseSackler Lecture Theatre, IoA.

ClockWednesday 16 September 2009, 11:45-12:00

X-ray Clusters: Still relevant for Cosmology?

UserKathy Romer, University of Sussex.

HouseSackler Lecture Theatre, IoA.

ClockWednesday 16 September 2009, 11:30-11:45

The present-day growth rates of a large population of heavily obscured AGNs

UserAndy Goulding, Durham University.

HouseSackler Lecture Theatre, IoA.

ClockWednesday 16 September 2009, 10:30-10:45

X-rays and Infrared: A complementary study of AGNs

UserJames Mullaney, University of Durham.

HouseSackler Lecture Theatre, IoA.

ClockWednesday 16 September 2009, 10:15-10:30

The AEGIS-X survey of the Extended Groth Strip

UserElise Laird, Imperial College London.

HouseSackler Lecture Theatre, IoA.

ClockWednesday 16 September 2009, 10:00-10:15

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