Aschenbach, B.

Relativistic Astrophysics Legacy and Cosmology – Einstein’s

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Table of contents

Part 1. Cosmology

1. Structure Formation in a Variable Dark Energy Model and Observational Constraints
S. Arbabi-Bidgoli, M.S. Movahed

2. Effect of the Rotation of the Universe on the Energy Levels of Hydrogen Atoms
R. Cortés-Huerto, J.M. Tejeiro

3. Modified Chaplygin Gas and Accelerated Universe
U. Debnath

4. Spherically Symmetric, Static Spacetimes in a Tensor-Vector-Scalar Theory
D. Giannios

5. Type Ia Supernovae and Cosmology
W. Hillebrandt, F.K. Röpke

6. Path and Path Deviation Equations in Kaluza-Klein Type Theories: A Brief Introduction
M.E. Kahil

7. Studying Dark Energy with Galaxy Clusters
S. Majumdar

8. Astrophysical Tests of Fundamental Physics
C.J.A.P. Martins

9. Slow-roll Corrections to Inflation Fluctuations on a Brane
S. Mizuno, K. Koyama, D. Wands

10. Statistical Mechanics of the SDSS Galaxy Distribution
A. Nakamichi, M. Morikawa

11. The Second-Order Cosmological Perturbation and the Large Scale Structure Formation
H. Noh, J. C. Hwang

12. Supermassive Black Holes in Galaxies
N. Nowak, R. P. Saglia, R. Bender, J. Thomas, R. Davies

13. Lagrangian Description for the Cosmic Fluid
T. Tatekawa

14. Mach’s Principle and a Variable Speed of Light
A. Unzicker

15. A Century of Cosmology
E.L. Wright

Part 2. Gravity

16. The Stochastic Gravitational-Wave Background from Cold Dark Matter Halos
C. Carbone, C. Baccigalupi, S. Matarrese

17. Gravitational Wave from Realistic Stellar Collapse : Odd Parity Perturbation
K. Kiuchi, K.-I. Nakazato, K. Kotake, K.e Sumiyoshi, S. Yamada

18. Finding the Electromagnetic Counterparts of Standard Sirens
B. Kocsis, Z. Frei, Z. Haiman, K. Menou

19. Strong-Field Tests of Gravity with the Double Pulsar
M. Kramer

20. The Relativistic Time Delay of the Pulsar Radiation in the Non-Stationary Gravitational Field of the Globular Clusters
T.I. Larchenkova, S.M. Kopeikin

21. Relativistic Bose-Einstein Condensation Model for Dark Matter and Dark Energy
T. Fukuyama, M. Morikawa

22. Equilibrium Configurations of Degenerate Fermionic Dark Matter and the Black Hole Mass Hierarchy
T. Nakajima, M. Morikawa

23. Hardening in a Stellar Time-Evolving Background: Prospects for LISA

A. Sesana, F. Haardt, P. Madau

24. Gravitational Waves for Odd Parity from a Collapsing Dust Ball
H. Sotani, K.-I. Maeda

Part 3. Black Holes

25. The Supermassive Black-Hole Mass Estimation in the Sy1.9 Galaxy SBS 0748+499
E. Benítez, A. Franco-Balderas, V. Chavushyan, J. Torrealba

26. Accretion of Stellar Winds in the Galactic Centre
J. Cuadra, S. Nayakshin, V. Springel, T. Di Matteo

27. Winds Driven by Line Opacity near Neutron Stars and Black Holes
A.V. Dorodnitsyn

28. Inspiral of Double Black Holes in Gaseous Nuclear Disks
M. Dotti, M. Colpi, F. Haardt

29. The Cosmogony of Super-Massive Black Holes
W.J. Duschl, P.A. Strittmatter

30. The Flare Activity of Sagittarius A
A. Eckart, R. Schödel, L. Meyer, T. Ott, S. Trippe, R. Genzel

31. Mass Function of Remnant Black Holes in Nearby Galaxies
M.E. Gáspár, Z. Haiman, Z. Frei

32. Tidal Capture by a Black Hole and Flares in Galactic Centres
A. Gomboc, A. ?adež, M. Calvani, U. Kosti?

33. Low-Rate Accretion onto Isolated Stellar-Mass Black Holes
S. Karpov, G. Beskin

34. Clumps of material orbiting a black hole and the QPOs
U. Kosti?, A. Cadež, A. Gomboc

35. Multi-Scale Simulations of Merging Galaxies with Supermassive Black Holes
L. Mayer, S. Kazantzidis, P. Madau, M. Colpi, T. Quinn, J. Wadsley

36. The Parallel Lives of Supermassive Black Holes and~their Host Galaxies
A. Merloni, G. Rudnick, T. Di Matteo

37. The Polarization Properties of Sgr A? at Submillimeter Wavelengths
J.M. Moran, D.P. Marrone, J.-H. Zhao, R. Rao

38. Highlights of XMM-Newton Observations of Black Holes
N. Schartel

39. Evolution of Supermassive Black Holes
M. Volonteri

Part 4. Active Galactic Nuclei

40. AGN and XRB Variability: Propagating-Fluctuation Models
P. Arévalo, P. Uttley

41. The Source of Variable Optical Emission is Localized in the Jet of the Radio Galaxy 3C 390.3
T.G. Arshakian, A.P. Lobanov, V.H. Chavushyan, A.I. Shapovalova, J.A. Zensus

42. XMM-Newton RGS Spectra in Type 2 Seyfert Galaxies
S. Bianchi, M. Guainazzi

43. First Results from the Extended Chandra Deep Field-South (E-CDF-S) Survey
W.N. Brandt, the E-CDF-S Team

44. The Optical and X-ray Properties of AGN in COSMOS
M. Brusa, V. Mainieri, G. Hasinger

45. Relativistic Iron Lines at High Redshifts
A. Comastri, M. Brusa, R. Gilli

46. An Explanation for the Soft X-Ray Excess in Active Galactic Nuclei
J. Crummy, A.C. Fabian, L.C. Gallo, R.R. Ross

47. Extended Inverse-Compton Emission from Distant, Powerful Radio Galaxies
M.C. Erlund, A.C. Fabian, K.M. Blundell, A. Celotti, C.S. Crawford

48. The Most Distant Radio Quasar as seen with the Highest Resolution
S. Frey, Z. Paragi, L. Mosoni, and L.I. Gurvits

49. Investigating Narrow-Line Seyfert 1 with X-Ray Spectral Complexity
L. C. Gallo, I. Balestra

50. A Survey of Gaussian Flares in AGN
M. Guainazzi, P. Rodriguez-Pascal, F. Favata

51. A Simple Model for Quasar Density Evolution
H. Horst, W.J. Duschl

52. The Dispersion of the MIR – Hard X-ray Correlation in AGN
H. Horst, A. Smette, P. Gandhi, W. J. Duschl

53. Gamma-Ray Probe of the QSO’s Obscured Evolution
A. Iyudin, J. Greiner, G. Di Cocco, S. Larsson

54. Optical Observations of SBS1520+530 at TUG
I. Khamitov, I. Bikmaev, Z. Aslan, N. Sakhibullin, V. Vlasyuk, A. heleznyak

55. Less is More? Are Radiogalaxies below the Fanaroff-Riley Break More Polarised on Pc-Scales?
P. Kharb, P. Shastri, D.C. Gabuzda

56. Relativistic Effects on the Observed AGN Luminosity Distribution and Spectral Shape of Seyfert Galaxies
Y. Liu, S.N. Zhang, X.L. Zhang

57. Nuclear Activity in Galaxies driven by Binary Supermassive Black Holes
A.P. Lobanov

58. Extragalactic Photon Background above GeV Energies: High Peaked BL Lacertae Objects or Dark Matter?
K. Mannheim, D. Elsässer, T. Kneiske

59. Resolving the Dust Tori in AGN with the VLT Interferometer
K. Meisenheimer, K. Tristram, W. Jaffe

60. Iron K Lines of AGN in the X–Ray Background
A. Müller, G. Hasinger

61. Black Hole Mass and Growth Rate and Metal Enrichment at Low and High Redshift
H. Netzer

62. Is the Light Bending Effect at Work in the Core of NGC 4051?
G. Ponti, G. Miniutti, M. Cappi, A.C. Fabian, L. Maraschi, K. Iwasawa

63. Jet Activity in Supermassive Binary Black Holes
F.M. Rieger

64. Statistics of Local Hard X-Ray Selected AGN: Contribution of Obscured Accretion Onto Supermassive Black Holes
S. Sazonov, M. Revnivtsev, R. Krivonos, E. Churazov, R. Sunyaev

65. 3D-Models of Clumpy Tori in Seyfert Galaxies
M. Schartmann, K. Meisenheimer, M. Camenzind, S. Wolf, Th. Henning

Part 5. Clusters of Galaxies

66. Cosmological Tests with Galaxy Clusters
H. Böhringer

67. Supermassive Black Holes in Elliptical Galaxies: Switching from Very Bright to Very Dim
E. Churazov, S. Sazonov, R. Sunyaev, W. Forman, C. Jones, H. Böhringer

68. Metal Enrichment of the ICM due to Ram-Pressure Stripping of Cluster Galaxies
W. Domainko, W. Kapferer, M. Mair, S. Schindler, E. v. Kampen, T. Kronberger, R. Moll, S. Kimeswenger, M. Ruffert, O.E. Mangete

69. Radio Bubbles in Clusters: Relativistic Particle Content
R.J.H. Dunn, A.C. Fabian, G.B. Taylor

70. The XMM-Newton Distant Cluster Project
R. Fassbender, H. Böhringer, J. Santos, G. Lamer, C. Mullis, P. Schuecker, A. Schwope, P. Rosati

71. Tracing the Mass–Assembly History of Galaxies with Deep Surveys
G. Feulner, A. Gabasch, Y. Goranova, U. Hopp, R. Bender

72. Outbursts from Supermassive Black Holes and their Impacts on the Hot Gas in Early-Type Galaxies, Groups and Clusters
W. Forman, C. Jones, and E. Churazov

73. Tracing Gas Motions in the Centaurus Cluster
J. Graham, A.C. Fabian, J.S. Sanders, R.G. Morris

74. Simulations of Galactic Winds and Starbursts in Galaxy Clusters
W. Kapferer, W. Domainko, M. Mair, S. Schindler, E. v. Kampen, T. Kronberger, S. Kimeswenger, M. Ruffert, D. Breitschwerdt

75. The ARCRAIDER Project: A Unique Sample of X-Ray Bright, Massive Gravitational Lensing Galaxy Clusters
W. Kausch, M. Gitti, T. Erben, S. Schindler

76. APEX-SZ: A Sunyaev-Zel’dovich Galaxy Cluster Survey
R. Kneissl and the APEX-SZ collaboration

77. Detecting Virialization Shocks Around Galaxy Clusters Through the SZ Effect
B. Kocsis, Z. Haiman, Z. Frei

78. Numerical Simulations of Metal Enrichment and Mergers in Clusters of Galaxies
M. Mair, W. Domainko, W. Kapferer, T. Kronberger, R. Moll, S. Schindler, E. Kampen, S. Kimeswenger, C. Ferrari, M. Ruffert, O.E. Mangete

79. Turbulence in Galaxy Clusters: Impact ontheAbundance Profiles
P. Rebusco, E. Churazov, H. Böhringer, W. Forman

80. Studying the Nature of Dark Energy with Galaxy Clusters
T.H. Reiprich, D.S. Hudson, T. Erben, C.L. Sarazin

81. Hydrodynamical Simulations of Cluster Formation withCentral AGN Heating
D. Sijacki, V. Springel

82. Metal Enrichment Processes in the Intra-Cluster Medium
S. Schindler, W. Kapferer, W. Domainko, M. Mair, T. Kronberger, E. v. Kampen, S. Kimeswenger, M. Ruffert, D. Breitschwerdt

83. Ultraviolet-Bright, High-Redshift ULIRGS
G.M. Williger, J. Colbert, H.I. Teplitz, P.J. Francis, P. Palunas, B.E. Woodgate

Part 6. Gamma Ray Bursts

84. The Correlation between ?F? Peak Energy and radiated Energy in Gamma–Ray Bursts
L. Amati

85. Particle Acceleration and Radiative Losses at Relativistic Shocks
P. Dempsey, P. Duffy

86. The Swift Gamma-Ray Burst Mission: First Results
N. Gehrels

87. The Afterglow of the Gamma-Ray Burst 050502a: First Case of an Early (<1hr) Multi–Colour Detection
C. Guidorzi, A. Monfardini, A. Gomboc, C.G. Mundell, I.A. Steele, D. Carter, M.F. Bode, R.J. Smith, C.J. Mottram, M.J. Burgdorf, N.R. Tanvir, N. Masetti, E. Pian

88. Kinetic Plasma Simulations of GRB Fireball Collisions: Synchrotron Features
C.H. Jaroschek, H. Lesch, R.A. Treumann

89. Relativistic Jet Propagation in the Progenitor of GRBs
A. Mizuta, T. Yamasaki, S. Nagataki, S. Mineshige

90. Gravitational Collapse and Neutrino Emission of Population III Massive Stars
K. Nakazato, K. Sumiyoshi, S. Yamada

91. Theoretical Interpretation of GRB 031203 and URCA-3
R. Ruffini, M.G. Bernardini, C.L. Bianco, P. Chardonnet, F. Fraschetti, S.-S. Xue

92. Baryonic Loading and e+e- Rate Equation in GRB Sources
R. Ruffini, C.L. Bianco, G. Vereshchagin, S.-S. Xue

93. Gamma-ray Bursts from X-ray Binaries
H.C. Spruit

Part 7. X-ray Binaries and Jets

94. Accretion and Relativistic Jets in Galactic Microquasars
T. Belloni

95. Spectral and Variability Properties of LS 5039 from Radio to very High-Energy Gamma-Rays
V. Bosch-Ramon, J.M. Paredes, G.E. Romero

96. 30 Years Blandford-Znajek Process – Are Black Hole Jets Driven by the Ergosphere ?
M. Camenzind

97. Radiative Acceleration and Collimation of Jets from TCAF Discs
I. Chattopadhyay

98. Relativistic Jets in Active Galactic Nuclei: Importance of Magnetic Fields
I. Du?tan, P.L. Biermann

99. String Mechanism for Relativistic Jet Formation
S.A. Dyadechkin, V.S. Semenov, B. Punsly, H.K. Biernat

100. Shock Location in Funnel Flows onto Magnetized Neutron Stars
S. Karino, M. Kino, J.C. Miller

101. General Relativistic Simulation of Jet Formation in Kerr Black Hole Magnetosphere
S. Koide

102. Radio Jets as Decelerating Relativistic Flows
R.A. Laing, A.H. Bridle, J.R. Canvin

103. Extragalactic Relativistic Jets and Nuclear Regions in Galaxies
A.P. Lobanov, J.A. Zensus

104. Modeling the Relativistic Jets in SS 433 Using Chandra X-ray Spectroscopy
H.L. Marshall, C.R. Canizares, S. Heinz, T.C. Hillwig, A.J. Mioduszewski, N.S. Schulz

105. General Relativistic MHD Simulations of Relativistic Jets from a Rotating Black Hole Magnetosphere
Y. Mizuno, K.-I. Nishikawa, P. Hardee, S. Koide

106. Particle Acceleration with Weibel Instability
K.-I. Nishikawa, C. Hededal, P. Hardee, G.J. Fishman, C. Kouveliotou, Y. Mizuno

107. Analytical and Numerical Studies of Fluid Instabilities in Relativistic Jets
M. Perucho, A.P. Lobanov, J.M. Martí

108. Forced Oscillations in Relativistic Accretion Disks and QPOs
J. Pétri

109. QPOs: Einstein’s Gravity Non-Linear Resonances
P. Rebusco, M.A. Abramowicz

110. Cosmic-Ray Acceleration and Viscosity
F.M. Rieger, P. Duffy

111. Gamma-Ray Emission from Microquasars: Leptonic vs. Hadronic Models
G.E. Romero, V. Bosch-Ramon, J.M. Paredes, M. Orellana

112. Magnetized Supernovae and Pulsar Recoils
H Sawai, K Kotake, S Yamada

113. Jet Deceleration: the Case of PKS 1136-135
F. Tavecchio, L. Maraschi, R.M. Sambruna

114. Some Conclusions on The Magnetic Fields of Neutron Stars in Atoll and Z Sources
C.M. Zhang

Part 8. Conference Summary

115. Einstein’s Legacy: a Summary
R. Blandford

Keywords: Physics, Relativity and Cosmology, Astronomy, Astrophysics and Cosmology

Publication year
ESO Astrophysics Symposia
Page amount
535 pages
Natural Sciences

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