Gr/En Language Version Hel.A.S., 6-th Hellenic Astronomical Conference, Penteli 2003
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"High-Energy Astrophysics" Session Program
DATE: Tuesday, September 16, 2003
15:45-16:00 Karastergiou A. Pulsar Science with SKA and LOFAR.
16:00-16:15 Mitra D. The effects of aberration on the polarization position angle of pulsars.
16:15-16:30 Kylafis N.
Energy and Time-Lag Spectra from Galactic Black Hole X-Ray Sources.
16:30-16:45 Kakouris A. Angular Momentum Transport in Keplerian Accretion Disks.
17:30-17:45 Mastichiadis A. Modeling the TeV gamma-ray spectra of two low redshift AGNs: Mkn 501 and Mkn 421.
17:45-18:00 Georganopoulos M. Relativistic and slowing down: the flow in the hotspots of powerful radio galaxies and quasars.
18:00-18:15 Manolakou K. A comparison of the spectral energy distributions from the hot spots and the lobes of high power extragalactic radio sources.
18:15-18:45 Kazanas D.
(main session
invited speaker)
Gamma Ray Bursts: some new developments.
18:45-19:00 Vlahakis N. The Dynamics of Magnetized GRB Outflows.
19:00-19:15 Vlahos L. Are gamma-ray bursts driven by gravitational waves?
19:15-19:30 Geranios A. Systematic calculation of the efficiency of the fluorescence detector in EAS of AUGER Observatory triggered by a CR proton and iron nucleus of energy 100 EeV.
1. Akylas A. The X-ray spectral properties of QSOs.
2. Boumis P. First results of the optical study of newly discovered Planetary Nebulae in the Galactic Bulge.
3. Kitsionas S. Photometric redshift estimation for the XMM-Newton/2df survey.
4. Mavromatakis F. Optical studies of supernova remnants.
5. Moraitis K. Radiative signatures of the 'box' model of shock acceleration.
Sessions Program
Sun & Heliosphere
Stars & Stellar Systems
Extragalactic Astronomy
High Energy Astrophysics
Cosmology, Relativity & Relativistic Astrophysics
Galactic Dynamics & Chaotic Dynamical Systems
Infrastructure of Astronomy in Greece
History & Teaching of Astronomy


(*) Only the first author name is shown if more than one contributes.