8th HEAD Meeting, 8-11 September 2004
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Session 26. AGN/Galactic Nuclei

Poster, Friday, September 10, 2004, 9:00am-10:00pm, La Nouvelle Orleans Room

26.01 Variable X-ray absorption in Mrk 6; from Seyfert 2 to Seyfert 1.
N. J. Schurch, R. E. Griffiths (CMU)
26.02 The Power Spectrum of the Active Galaxy Markarian 478
A. R. Villarreal (University of Arizona), T. E. Strohmayer (NASA/GSFC)
26.03 X-ray Constraints on CIV Blueshift as an Orientation Indicator for Radio-Quiet Quasars
S.C. Gallagher (UCLA), G.T. Richards (Princeton), P.B. Hall (Princeton, York), D.P. Schneider, W.N. Brandt (Penn State), D.E. Vanden Berk (University of Pittsburgh)
26.04 A Simultaneous XMM/RXTE Observation of the BLRG 3C 111
K. T. Lewis, M. Eracleous (Penn State), M. Gliozzi, R. M. Sambruna (George Mason University), R. Mushotzky (NASA/GSFC)
26.05 Seyfert X-ray Variability: Linking Supermassive and Stellar-mass Black Holes
A. Markowitz (GSFC)
26.06 The origin of X-ray variability in radio-quiet AGN
P. Uttley (NASA-GSFC)
26.07 Timing Analysis of Light Curves from the Tartarus AGN database
P.M. O'Neill, K. Nandra (Imperial College, UK), I.E. Papadakis (U. Crete and IESL, Greece), T.J. Turner (LHEA, NASA GSFC and UMBC)
26.08 Modulations of the redshifted Fe K emission in AGN and the implied black hole mass
K. Iwasawa, G. Miniutti, A.C. Fabian (IoA)
26.09 Origin of AGN outbursts
A. Siemiginowska (CfA), A. Janiuk, B. Czerny (CAMK)
26.10 A Chandra study of the enigmatic nature of the Composite Seyfert/Star-forming galaxies
F. Panessa, A. Fruscione (Harvard-Smithsonian CfA), L. Bassani, M. Cappi, M. Dadina (IASF-CNR Bologna), R. Della Ceca, G. Trinchieri, A. Wolter (INA-OAB), S. Pellegrini, G.G.C. Palumbo (Universita' di Bologna)
26.11 The High Energy Emission of the Nearest Ultra-luminous Infrared Galaxy (Arp 220)
D. F. Torres (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory)
26.12 Normal Spiral Galaxies Really Do Have Hot Gas in Their Halos: Chandra Observations of NGC 4013 and NGC 4217.
D.K. Strickland (JHU), E.J.M. Colbert (CUA), T.M. Heckman, C.G. Hoopes (JHU), J.C. Howk (UCSD), R.J. Rand (UNM)
26.13 The Extended Hot Halo of the Milky Way
J.N. Bregman, E. Lloyd-Davies (University of Michigan)
26.14 The Diffuse Hot Gas in Face-on Spiral Galaxies
E. M. Schlegel (SAO), T. G. Pannuti (SIRTF Science Center/JPL/Caltech), C. K. Lacey (University of South Carolina)
26.15 AGN in Lyman alpha Blobs: Ubiquitous and Irrelevant
R.E. White III, W.C. Keel (Univ of Alabama), R.A. Windhorst (Arizona State Univ)
26.16 Solar Abundances and Implications for Supernova Enrichment in the Normal SO NGC 1332 and other Early-Type Galaxies
P. J. Humphrey, D. A. Buote (UC Irvine), C. R. Canizares (MIT)
26.17 Gamma-ray Observations of Starburst Galaxy IC342
T. Nagai (University of Utah), V. Vassiliev (University of California, Los Angeles), VERITAS Collaboration
26.18 Destroying Degeneracy: Chandra Observations of Faint Radio-Quiet Quasars at z=4
B. Kelly, J. Bechtold (Steward Obs.), A. Siemiginowska, M. Elvis, T. Aldcroft, M. Sobolewska (SAO, CFA)
26.19 X-ray Reflection from Inhomogeneous Accretion Disks: Emission Line Variability
D.R. Ballantyne (CITA), N.J. Turner (JPL), A.J. Young (MIT)
26.20 What to Expect from Astro-E2 Observations of Active Galaxies
T. Yaqoob (JHU/GSFC), P. J. Serlemitsos (GSFC), T. Okajima (JSPS/JHU/GSFC), A. G. Markowitz (NRC/GSFC)
26.21 Is the Hot Missing Matter still missing?
B. McKernan, C. S. Reynolds (University of Maryland College Park), T. Yaqoob (Johns Hopkins University)
26.22 MHD simulations of the Bardeen-Petterson effect in accretion disks
B. McKernan, C. S. Reynolds (University of Maryland College Park)
26.23 Continuum-Driven High-Velocity X-ray Winds
J.E. Everett, D.R. Ballantyne (CITA)
26.24 Title Requested
J.C. Lee (MIT), K. Iwasawa (IoA, Cambridge), C.R. Canizares, H.L. Marshall (MIT)
26.25 A Monte Carlo Treatment of Radiation Transfer in Black Hole Accretion Disks
C. W. Mauche, D. A. Liedahl (LLNL), M. A. Jimenez-Garate (MIT)
26.26 Evidence of Multiple Absorbing Structures around Seyfert Nuclei
J.M. Gelbord (MIT), K.A. Weaver (GSFC), T. Yaqoob (JHU)
26.27 Characterizing the Extended X-ray Emission around Seyfert Galaxies
J.N. Zeng (UMBC), I.M. George (UMBC & NASA/GSFC), S.B. Kraemer (CUA & NASA/), J.T. Turner (UMBC & NASA/GSFC)
26.28 Luminous Hot Accretion Flows: the Origin of X-ray Emission of Seyfert Galaxies and Black Hole Binaries
F. Yuan (Physics Department, Purdue University), A. Zdziarski (N. Copernicus Astronomical Center)
26.29 X-ray QPOs in AGN
K. M. Leighly, J. Choi (U. Oklahoma)
26.30 Computer Simulations of Starburst Galaxies
D. C. Dinge, S. M. Rogers, C. Ricciardi (Coastal Carolina University)
26.31 Chandra Observations of Three Elliptical Galaxies
D. Davis (UMBC/GSFC), R. White,III (University of Alabama)
26.32 Chandra observations of the X-ray luminous star-forming galaxy NGC3310
A. Zezas (SAO), I. Georgantopoulos (Nat. Obs. of Athens), M. Ward (University of Leicester), G. Fabbiano, A. Prestwich (SAO)
26.33 Spectral and temporal variability of the ultraluminous X-ray source NGC 5204 X-1
R.E. Kilgard (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics), T.P. Roberts, R.S. Warwick., M.J. Ward. (University of Leicester), M.R. Goad (University of Southampton)

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