HEAD 2003 Meeting
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Session 18. Cataclysmic Variables/White Dwarfs

Poster, Sunday-Wednesday, March 23, 2003, Duration of Meeting

18.01 X-ray Observations of Recent Classical Novae: on the Fast Recovery of a Cataclysmic Variable after a Nova Explosion
M. Hernanz, G. Sala (IEEC-CSIC)
18.02 Progress in Modeling Classical Nova Outbursts
A.C. Calder, A. Alexakis, L.J. Dursi, A. Mignone, F.X. Timmes, J.W. Truran, R. Rosner, D.Q. Lamb, E. Brown, B. Fryxell (ASCI Flash Center/University of Chicago), M. Zingale (University of California, Santa Cruz), P. Ricker (University of Illinois), K. Olson (UMBC/GEST Center, NASA/GSFC)
18.03 Microphysics of Astrophysical Flames
L. J. Dursi (ASCI Flash Center), M. Zingale (University of California Santa Cruz), A. Caceres, A. C. Calder, F. X. Timmes, J. W. Truran, R. Rosner, D. Q. Lamb, E. Brown (ASCI Flash Center), P. Ricker (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign), B. Fryxell (ASCI Flash Center), K. Olson (NASA Goddard), K. Riley, A. Siegel, N. Vladimirova (ASCI Flash Center)
18.04 An Uninterrupted, Serendipitous Chandra Observation of the Intermediate Polar TX Col
E. M. Schlegel (Harvard-Smithsonian Ctr. for Astrophysics), A. Salinas (Univ. of Texas, Austin and CfA)
18.05 Evidence for Orbital Decay of RX J1914.4+2456: Gravitational Radiation and the Nature of the X-ray Emission
T. E. Strohmayer (NASA/GSFC)
18.06 Magnetically Controlled Accretion
A. Mignone, T. Plewa, D. Lamb (The University of Chicago)
18.07 Chandra HETG Observations of SS Cyg and U Gem in Quiescence and Outburst
C. W. Mauche, D. A. Liedahl (LLNL), K. S. Long (STScI), J. C. Raymond (CfA), P. Szkody (Univ. of Washington), P. J. Wheatley (Univ. of Leicester), J. A. Mattei (AAVSO)
18.08 Shear mixing in classical Novae
A. Alexakis, A. C. Calder, L. J. Dursi, F. X. Times, J. W. Truran, R. Rosner, D. M. Lamb, A. Mignone, B. Fryxel (University of Chicago), M. Zingale, K. Olson (University of California, Santa Cruz), P. Ricker (University of Illinois, Urbana)
18.09 On Variations in the Peak Luminosity of Type Ia Supernovae
J.W. Truran, F.X. Timmes, E.F. Brown (Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics and Enrico Fermi Institute, University of Chicago)
Starting Models in FLASH for Calculations of Ty pe Ia Supernovae
D. Q. Lamb, A. Caceres, A. C. Calder, L. J. Dursi, B. Fryxell, P. MacNeic e, K. Olson, T. Plewa, P. Ricker, K. Riley, R. Rosner, A. Siegel, F. X. Timmes, J. W. Truran, N. Vladimirova, G. Wiers, M. Zingale (ASCI/Alliances Center for As trophysical Thermonuclear Flashes, University of Chicago)

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