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The Physics and Evolutions of Active Black Holes

2012 May 28th - June 1st

A Research Workshop of the Israel Science Foundation and of the Lewiner Institute for Theoretical Physics at the Technion
supported also by The Moshe Yanai Fund for the Promotion of international Conferences at the Technion
and by the Deutsche Forschungsgemienschaft (DFG) via German-Israeli Project Cooperation (DIP) grant STE1869/1-1.GE625/15-1

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Participants

SOC members:

**David Axon, University of Sussex
Doron Chelouche, Haifa University
* Andy Fabian, Cambridge University
Tim Heckman, Johns Hopkins University
*Luis Ho, Carnegie, Pasadena
Ari Laor, Technion
Dieter Lutz, Max Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics
* Roberto Maiolino, Observatorio di Roma
Alessandro Marconi, University of Florence
Richard Mushotzky, University of Maryland
Hagai Netzer, Tel Aviv University

* unable to attend

**Deceased

Invited participants (all confirmed):

Aaron Barth, University of California, Irvine
Omer Blaes, University of California, Santa Barbara
Tiziana DiMatteo, Carnegie Mellon University
Shane Davis, University of Toronto, CITA
Martin Elvis, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
Fred Hamann, University of Florida
Norm Murray, University of Toronto, CITA
Ramesh Narayan, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
Daniel Proga, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Guido Risaliti, Osservatorio Astrofisico di Arcetri, Firenze
Sylvain Veilleux, University of Maryland
Marta Volonteri, University of Michigan
Jian-Min Wang, The Institute of High Energy Physics, Beijing

Israeli participants

Ehud Behar, Technion
Noam Soker, Technion
Adi Nusser, Technion
Shai Kaspi, Tel Aviv University
Dan Maoz, Tel Aviv University
Noam Soker, Technion
Amiel Stenberg, Tel-Aviv University
Amri Wandel, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Postdocs/students

Raanan Nordon, Tel-Aviv University
Silvia Tommasin, Tel-Aviv University
Alexei Baskin, Technion,
Jonathan Stern, Technion
Oren Sloan, Tel-Aviv University
Benny Trakhtenbrot, Tel-Aviv University
Amit Kashi, Technion

a file of all participants + emails

Participation is by invitation, given the limited facilities and funding.

Location

  • Technion Department of Physics
    Haifa, Israel

Contact

  • 972-4-829-2831
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