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GSFC XMM-Newton GOF Status Report #349: XMM-Newton Workshop 2019: First Announcement

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              * F I R S T   A N N O U N C E M E N T *

        Astrophysics of Hot Plasma from Extended X-ray Sources

                         ESAC, Madrid, Spain
                           12-14 June 2019

                           Organised by the
                 XMM-Newton Science Operations Centre
                                of the
                     European Space Agency (ESA)


The  XMM-Newton Science  Operations Centre  is organising  the Science

        Astrophysics of Hot Plasma from Extended X-ray Sources

                           12-14 June 2019

        European Space Astronomy Centre (ESAC), Madrid, Spain

                 - AIMS AND SCOPE OF THE MEETING -

Hot plasmas dominate the X-ray emission of supernova remnants, much of
the interstellar medium in galaxies, galactic halos and winds, and the
intra-cluster medium in  clusters of galaxies. Plasma characteristics,
observed  through  their  X-ray  morphology and  spectral  properties,
reveal the physical processes at  work and the structure and evolution
of these  systems. XMM-Newton and Chandra have  been accumulating rich
resources  of emission  line  spectra with  medium  and high  spectral
resolution. Building  on this heritage,  in the next decade  the XRISM
mission  and the  Athena  X-ray observatory  will yield  unprecedented
high-spectral resolution mapping  of extended sources. Accurate plasma
codes will  become even more essential for  data interpretation.

This workshop aims to review  our current understanding of these X-ray
plasmas,  their modelling  and their  astrophysical  implications. The
goal is  to prepare the  younger generation and to  foster cooperation
between the participants on common astrophysics issues, on plasma code
requirements,  modelling  of  X-ray  spectra, and  data  reduction  of
extended sources.


- Supernova remnants
- Galaxies
- Clusters of galaxies
- Plasma codes
- Plasma modelling and spectral fitting
- Miscellaneous



Monique Arnaud                CEA, Saclay, France
Aya Bamba                     University of Tokyo, Japan
Hans Boehringer               University of Munich, Germany
Joel N. Bregman               University of Michigan, USA
Anne Decourchelle (chair)     CEA, Saclay, France
Andy Fabian                   University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
Jimmy Irwin                   University of Alabama, USA
Jelle Kaastra                 SRON, Utrecht, The Netherlands
Rosine Lallement              Paris Observatory, France
Pasquale Mazzotta             University of Rome, Italy
Takaya Ohashi                 Tokio Metropolitan University, Japan
Paul Plucinsky                Center for Astrophysics, Cambridge, USA
John Raymond                  Center for Astrophysics, Cambridge, USA
Thomas Reiprich               University of Bonn, Germany
Samar Safi-Harb               University of Manitoba, Canada
Norbert Schartel (co-chair)   ESAC/ESA, Spain
Aurora Simionescu             SRON, Utrecht, The Netherlands
Randall Smith                 Center for Astrophysics, Cambridge, USA
Regis Terrier                 University Paris Diderot, France
Jacco Vink                    University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Q. Daniel Wang                University of Massachusetts, USA


                        - IMPORTANT DATES -

end January 2019              Opening of registration and abstract submission,
                              Second Announcement
Friday    1 March 2019        Deadline abstract submission
Monday    8 April 2019        Notification to authors
Tuesday  30 April 2019        Early registration deadline
Thursday 30 May   2019        Late registration deadline


                   - REGISTRATION AND ABSTRACTS -

The registration  fee will be 80  Euros.  The fee  includes the coffee
breaks, a printed issue of  the refereed conference proceedings, and a
shuttle bus transfer between Madrid and ESAC.


                    - VENUE AND ACCOMMODATION -

The  workshop will  be held  at  the European  Space Astronomy  Centre
(ESAC), near  Madrid, Spain.   We will not  block hotel rooms  for the
conference in any particular hotel, but  a list of hotels that we used
in the past together with useful links will be posted on our webpage.


                       - CHILDCARE SERVICE -

We are pleased  to offer a Childcare Service during  the three days of
the workshop.  The  service will be given on-site at  ESAC and will be
available for  all registered  participants. To make  reservations and
for further information, please contact directly the LOC.


                            - CONTACT -

Local Organising Committee:


Up-to-date information is always available via the conference web page:


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