HEAD 2000, November 2000
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Session 39. The Future of X-Ray Timing

Invited Workshop, Thursday, November 9, 2000, 7:30-10:00pm, Pago Pago Ballroom

39.01 I10 The Future of X-Ray Timing
P. Kaaret (Harvard-Smithsonian CfA)
39.02 I10 Challenges for X-ray Timing / Spectral Investigations of Black Hole Binaries in Outburst
R. A. Remillard (M.I.T.)
39.03 I10 X-ray Transients Associated with Radio Jet Production
J. Swank (GSFC)
39.04 I10 Future requirements for X-ray monitoring of AGN
K. Nandra (Universities Space Research Association)
39.05 I10 Kilohertz Oscillations as a Probe of Strong Gravity and Dense Matter
M. van der Klis (Astronomical Institute ``Anton Pannekoek", University of Amsterdam)
39.06 I10 Strong Gravity and Neutron Star X-ray Binaries
M. C. Miller (University of Maryland)
39.07 I10 Burst Oscillations as Probes of Neutron Stars: What can we Learn from Future Timing Missions?
T. E. Strohmayer (NASA/GSFC)
39.08 I10 Gravity Wave Astrophysics and Connections with X-ray Timing
L. Bildsten (UCSB)
39.09 I10 The Unique Power and Promise of X-ray Timing
F. K. Lamb (UIUC)
39.10 I10 Potential of Si PIN diodes for a large area X-ray timing instrument
D. Barret (CESR, Toulouse)
39.11 I10 A Focusing X-Ray All Sky Monitor
W. Zhang (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center)
39.12 I10 Broad Band X-ray Monitor is Essential for Future X-ray Timing Missions
R. E. Rothschild (CASS/UCSD)
39.13 I10 The Scientific Promise of Sensitive All-sky Monitors
W. C. Priedhorsky (Los Alamos National Laboratory), G. W. Fraser (Leicester University), K. N. Borozdin (Los Alamos National Laboratory), V. A. Arefiev (Space Research Institute Moscow)
39.14 I10 Concept for an Advanced X-ray Monitor
R. A. Remillard, A. Levine, E. Boughan, H. Bradt, E. Morgan, U. Becker (M.I.T.), S. Nenonen (Metorex International Inc.), O. Vilhu (University of Helsinki)

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