HEAD 2000, November 2000
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Session 16. Workshops

Display, Tuesday, November 7, 2000, 8:00am-6:00pm, Bora Bora Ballroom

16.01 Hollow Cone Accretion Models for X-ray Pulsars:Rings of Fire, Pencil Beams and Plasma Jets with Large Aperture PCA
R.I. Klein (University of California, Berkeley Dept. of Astronomy and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory), J.G. Jernigan (University of California, Space Science Laboratory)
16.02 Monitoring Rapid X-ray Transients: Recent Results and Challenges for the Future
C. Markwardt (U. Maryland & NASA/GSFC)
16.03 X-ray timing studies of AGN with future All-sky Monitors
P. Uttley, I. M. McHardy (University of Southampton)
16.04 Results from HETGS In-flight Calibration
H.L. Marshall (MIT CSR)
16.05 A Realistic, Inexpensive, Soft X-ray Polarimeter and the Potential Scientific Return
H.L. Marshall (MIT CSR), S.S. Murray, J.H. Chappell, E.H. Silver, H.W. Schnopper (SAO), M.C. Weisskopf (MSFC)
16.06 MEGA - A Next-Generation Compton Telescope for Medium Energy Gamma-Ray Astronomy
G. Kanbach (MPE), MEGA Collaboration
16.07 XeACT: A Concept for an Advanced Compton Telescope based on High Resolution Time Projection Chambers
E. Aprile, U. Oberlack, A. Curioni (Columbia University)
16.08 Markov Chain Monte Carlo Algorithms for Optimizing Grazing Incidence Optics for Wide-Field X-Ray Survey Imaging
P.W.A. Roming, J.C. Liechty, G. Kinney, D.H. Sohn, D.N. Burrows, G.P. Garmire (Penn State University)
16.09 A Workshop on High Energy Astrophysics for Amateur Astronomers
G.J. Fishman (NASA-MSFC), J.A. Mattei (AAVSO)
16.10 Using Bayesian Hierarchical Modeling to Address Pile-Up in the Chandra X-ray Observatory
Y. Yu, R. Protassov, E. Sourlas, D. van Dyk (Department of Statistics, Harvard University)
16.11 GLAST Likelihood Calculations
P. L. Nolan (Stanford University)

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